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Monday, October 17, 2011

Yes, My Hubby Is Still A Klutz!

My husband is such a klutz, he has me laughing out loud on a regular basis.  Some of his antics I've written about and you can read them herehere, and here.

Before I get started, I have to ask.  Is there anyone out there who doesn't know how to work a covered water pitcher????  Anyone?????  Anyone at all???

It's pretty standard, right?  You pour in the drink, add the ice and then put on the lid.  You want a drink, you twist the lid so the teeth line up with the spout to allow the drink to pour out.  This basic design keeps the ice in the jug while you pour.  It's not rocket science, doesn't take a university degree to figure out.  It's simple and straight forward, especially if the same damn jug has been on the table for 10 years!

Well, apparently I'm wrong.  Who would have guessed this simple jug could stump someone who spent years going to medical school.

Only my hubby would go to pour from this jug WITHOUT either removing the lid or turning it so the opening was in the front.  In the middle of dinner, he picked it up and went to fill his glass and when the juice didn't pour out, he continued to tip the jug until the pressure of the juice inside forced the entire lid to pop off upside down on the table.  Oh yes, all the juice went flying everywhere.

Do you think I laughed hysterically in spite of the mess???  If you said "Yes", you'd be right.  Thanks hubs for another belly laugh.

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Simply Suthern said...

Come on. Give him a break.

Medical school dont teach that kinda thing. Them things can be complicated.

You laughed? Really? REALLY?

Stephanie said...

LOL At least he gave you a good old belly laugh!

Vigabo said...

I'm afraid I've done that myself ... so now you know 2 klutzes!

Sandy said...

Too funny. I really loved the story!

Tammy said...

Too funny! May you need to label it to make it easier for him! :) LOL

Babaloo said...

Hey, those things are hard and have, at least, a 10 year learning curve.