He said, "well what kind of problem do I have." I told him that he's got a problem saying please and thank you and do you mind. I told him that it's easier to say it to other people but not to his wife. Ya'll, I already knew this was about to start into something where I didn't want it to go. He sat back in the recliner as if to say this woman is out of her mind. I told him that married couples tend to get comfortable with one another and think the rules doesn't apply to marriages. I know I probably sounded like a nagging drag queen but I would like it if my husband asked me sometimes than assuming I want to, even if it is just water. It could be something else the next time.
Hubby then replied in his own way. He had the audacity, with a capital A to say that where he is from they don't talk like that and it's just understood. (Refer back to elementary subject and verb) I said, "well when in Rome, you do as the Romans do." He then said, "just because I don't say please, thank you or whatnot, that doesn't mean that I don't love you." Hellllooo, Tina Turner moment...what's love got to do with it! Ain't nobody said
After all that, hubby then says I'm not acting Christian-like... and you see your honor, that is how he ended up in a straight jacket.