How To Get Even With The Hubby!

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keonicakes Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 4:40am
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Ok ladies, guys feel free to join in too..........I've been watching the thread, "dh yelled at me". This has some great stuff in it. This is how this thread came about. I want to know the evil things that you did to your significant other when you were your maddest. I want to know the things that you can laugh about now. If you did something really harmful, you may want to skip that part. Do read the posts on the thread I mentioned, it gets quite humorous! icon_lol.gif

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keonicakes Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 5:07am
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I'll throw out a couple. These are both linked to my ex-husband.
1. After he went on a rampage and destroyed some of my most cherished items, I intentionally made a habit of unlocking his truck which held his stereo which was worth a few thousand dollars. I hated hearing him coming from a mile away, so you guessed it, he went to his truck one day and that stereo, speakers, amp, WAS GONE!!!!! (too bad it was reimbursed by insurance)
2. Called the cable co. to turn him in for stealing cable. Yep he got a fine. That was genious, as they wouldn't legally hook it back up and they kept tabs on him for months!
3. There's lots more..... icon_lol.gif
Yes, he really was mean. Ironically, we get along now and laugh about these things.

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mommykicksbutt Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 4:35pm
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My hubby pairs his socks together by tying the two socks together - yes, in a knot. When he is being an a$$, and it's laundry day, I'll wont dry his socks, but I'll still pair them up and tie them as usual while wet. Of course when you tie wet anything together it will make an almost impossible knot to untie once dry. He's really careful now about what he says as laundry day approaches, It'll take him 10-15 minutes of frustration to get his socks on in the morning for the whole week.

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keonicakes Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 5:04pm
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It's true, mommy does kick butt! That's funny, I'll have to remember that one.

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indydebi Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 5:15pm
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at our house, we're pranksters. Hubby was in the shower. It was 2 steps from the bathroom to our bedroom, so when the kids weren't home, he'd walk naked from the bathroom to the bedroom.

While he was in the shower, I set up 2 big fans on each side of the bathroom door. So when he walked out, fresh out of the shower with wet skin, the fans blowing right on him, his body temp dropped to about 72! He was screaming and I was rolling on the floor laughing!

We came home from shopping one day. It was REALLY hot outside. He runs inside and locks the door, then stands there looking out the window laughing at me, outside in the heat. I told him to open the door. he laughed. I said, "open this door or I am taking my clothes off right here on the front porch!" He dared me.

I didn't get the shirt halfway up over my head when the door flew open with him exclaiming, "What are you doing!!!!" (He's hasn't dared me to do anything since!)

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mpitrelli Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 6:29pm
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Ok how about while DH is in the shower take a glass of ice water and pour it over his head while he is in the shower. Even and funny.

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Doug Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 6:38pm
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pranks, jokes I understand (very good one Indydebi -- double dog dare you to make me a b-day cake next year! --- hey, gotta try!)

get even, revenge?

what happened to love?

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keonicakes Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 8:56pm
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Originally Posted by Doug

pranks, jokes I understand (very good one Indydebi -- double dog dare you to make me a b-day cake next year! --- hey, gotta try!)

get even, revenge?

what happened to love?

Hey doug, you know you've got some good ones to share............ We're just having some laughs over bad things we've done. All in good fun.

Indydebi, I couldn't wait to see what you had to say. I think our personalities somehow have been cloned.

Come on Doug, we're waiting, don't make us ladies mad now. icon_lol.gificon_evil.gificon_lol.gif

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keonicakes Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 9:08pm
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Here's a funny about my hubby who is the polar opposite of my ex. This one is awsome, however, I'm not above playing jokes on him just for my own entertainment.. icon_lol.gif
My best friend was pregnant and my hubby and I hosted a baby shower for her. We held the shower in a restraunt it was full and we had about 30 of our own guests. Amber, my prego friend and I went to the restaraunt and explained to the manager that we wanted to play a joke on my hubby, but their staff must be involved. Now keep in mind that the hubby embarrasses so easily!!!!!
We get to the restaraunt and when everyone is seated and having lunch, the staff comes out with one of those big sombreros and puts in on my hubby, makes him get up, dance, and shake some maraccas to the tune of happy birthday. NO it wasn't even close to being his bday, and when it was over and everyone in the rest. was staring at him, he was handed a scroll tied with ribbon. They made him read it out loud, and here's what it said: "congratulations, you ARE the father!" No he wasn't the father nor was it his bday. It was just a prank from his girls behaiving badly. The guests needless to say were floored and he was mortified, Amber and I were rollin'!l God I love this man!

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NEWTODECORATING Posted 3 Sep 2007 , 11:17pm
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DH and I rairly have a disagreement much less argue (he has come to the realization that I am always right, so what is the point icon_lol.gif ) However the one thing that burns me up is to try and keep things from me.

We were on a VERY tight budget when we were first married. He came home with 2 new playstation games and told me some guy at work gave them to him,because they would not work in his machine (stupid mistake #1)--whatever. I discovered the receipt in his pants pocket on laundry day (stupid mistake #2) I put the receipts in the cases with the games so when he opened them up that night to play they would fall in his lap.
Begin serious apologies and begging--NOW!!!

Got 2 tickets in a week! Did not tell me! (stupid again) Happened to be a day I needed him after work-called the school where he was supposed to be waiting to conduct a concert that night. One of the other teachers said "Sorry he was trying to run to town to pay those tickets and get back here in time for the concert"
I called the magistrates office where my SIL works and had a fake warrent sworn out for his arrest. The magistrate was in on it and ask him "Mr. Cale would you like to post bond now or should an office escort you downstairs" He nearly had a heart attack thinking of how to explain this and how he was going to miss his concert.

I doubt this will be the last of his stupidity, but at least he knows what to expect from me!! icon_surprised.gificon_lol.gif

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keonicakes Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 4:06am
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I'm cracking up at the thought of how he must have looked! Isn't it great to have friends in high places??? icon_evil.gificon_lol.gif

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mustang1964 Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 4:07am
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We built a new house but after we moved in my husband would not paint the metal back door, which faces the street. (He paints cars and is very picky) One day while he was at work I got the most disgusting color from his paint room and started painting. It was very hot and the brush would stick to the door because the paint would dry so fast. So the result was an ugly color that clashed with the house that was covered in some areas and light in others and painted in all different directions. He came home and asked me what happened I said I painted the door. I pretended I was completely happy with the way it looked. He said that's going to have to be painted over. I acted hurt. He did a great job painting the door the next day. And to think how disappointed I was, he ruined all my great work. (ha ha)
My friend's husband is a very prominent man in the community. He would pile all his work papers on the dining room table. One night they were having a fancy dinner party and he did not move the papers. When the guests arrived, my friend invited everyone into the dining room where she had put the tablecloth and all the dinner ware on the floor. Her husband was not happy but everyone else thought it was hilarious.

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imagine76 Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 4:10am
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my husband is freaked out by clowns. we collect pez dispensers (yes we are dorks) and i got a jumbo clown one -it dispenses whole packs of pez rather than singles. i even think this one's creepy. very stephen king. so i'd put the big clown pez on the toilet facing the shower so when he pulled the curtain back to get out it would be there. he worked nights so i'd put creepy clown pez on his nightstand. in his car. etc. we weren't even fighting. i'm just like that!

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AuntieElle Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 7:40am
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This is fun! I was once married to the biggest bleep bleeep blleeeeppp in America. During our marriage he started to "fancy" other women. I had just had my son and had gained 80 pounds. I felt like Shamu! I had zero self-esteem and he liked it that way. He was a sharp dresser. Always very concerned about his appearance! Neatly coiffed hair, shined boots, clothes always ironed. . .He spent about 2 hours starching each pair of his jeans. They had to be perfect! Well after I caught him with Holly, I packed up his shiz but not before I cut the a$$ out of every pair of his nicely starched jeans!

I also used to follow him to bars unbeknownst to him and move his truck! He never found that one out! I wish I could have watched him walk the parking lot looking like the bafoon he was. Dude, where's my car?


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indydebi Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 11:27am
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[quote="AuntieElle"] Always very concerned about his appearance! /quote]

Sounds like my ex. My oldest daughter was almost born at home because he was busy blow drying his hair!!!!!!!!!!

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lsawyer Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 12:53pm
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My friend observed this incident:

She lives in Lake Havasu. During the busy 3-day weekends, she would amuse herself by hanging out at the boat ramp at the end of the day to see what horrors the drunken boaters could accomplish. A woman was driving a truck, backing the trailer into the water. Her husband was on the boat, in the water, getting ready to drive the boat onto the trailer. However, the wife was having a problem with the truck. She tried to tell her husband, but he yelled at her to shut her f***ing mouth and drive the G.D. thing into the water. So she did.......truck and all. The truck had a transmission problem. Perhaps next time he'll listen to her!

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mommykicksbutt Posted 10 Sep 2007 , 4:24am
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Yip, maybe next time he'll shut his f***ing mouth and listen to what his wife is telling him!

I'd give him the dumba$$ award for the week!

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Rosie_from_MD Posted 11 Sep 2007 , 2:33am
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These are great--and I have a couple to add to it! I personally never did either of these, but my very close cousin did when she found her fiance cheating on her. 1) Her fiance drinks nothing but ice tea. She dumped all the sugar down the drain and instead mixed up the ice tea with SALT!! 2) This one is so baaaad--everyday when fiance would come home from work his first stop was the bathroom. Cousin took every roll of tolit paper, paper towels, napkins, regular towels, etc and put it all in her trunk, so that when he came home and used the potty, he had absolutly NOTHING to wipe with!! HAHAHAHA

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famousamous Posted 11 Sep 2007 , 3:02am
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I like to hide in small places and jump out and scare the crap out of my hubby. The pantry is a favorite.

Once I hid in the dryer and jumped out at him when he walked by.

One morning he was being soooo loud getting ready for work that I ran outside and hid in the back seat of the car and when he got in I jumped up, screaming at the top of my lungs! Hahahaha!
Who needs coffee?? I of course did it before he started the car. lol

I hide under the bed sometimes and when he sits down I'll grab his ankles. I dont do that too often, killer dust bunnies live under there.

His reactions are priceless! He tries so hard to stop the startle factor when he sees its just me! Hahahaha! Its like someone shot him or something! Sometimes when I hide I jump out and throw someting at him, like a pair of soxs, he does this fast fluttering of the hands! Hahaha!
I swear I can scare him and then laugh for hours at his reactions.

If you have some pent up anger at your sig. other I reccomend scaring the sam hell out of them. icon_lol.gif

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dueter Posted 11 Sep 2007 , 4:09am
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my mother did this one...her and my then step-father had taken us all to the beach for the weekend. he was being a real horse' @$$ by getting drunk. when he passed out on his stomach, mom took the sun block and drew a smiley face on his back icon_lol.gif . the rest of his back she put tanning oil on. we didn't say a word about it he thought it was a plain old sunburn...did i mention that he was a constuction worker and when he went to work on that monday took his shirt off in front of his whole crew...way to go mom icon_twisted.gif

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mommykicksbutt Posted 11 Sep 2007 , 5:23am
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my parents were real practical jokers. Do you remember those cheap creamy colored bouncy balls that places like Wal-mart would have in the cages? They made a "ting-ting" echo type sound when bounced, they were about the size of a basketball? Well, anyway, my dad placed that ball on my moms pillow and half covered it with the bedspread so you could still see it. Mom, getting ready for bed, saw the ball and smacked it off the bed, ting-ting onto the floor. Next night same ball, same place but covered completely. Mom recognizing the similarity to the night before smacked it again and the ball flew off the bed on to the floor ting-ting. 3rd night my mom finds what appears to be the same thing again, round object covered up on her pillow, again she smacked it but no ting-ting of the rubber ball! My dad had substituted his bowling ball instead. Needless to say mom was out for revenge... to be continued

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mommykicksbutt Posted 12 Sep 2007 , 11:48pm
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... so, my mom got her revenge. My dad liked to play golf on the weekends. In Florida in the summer it gets pretty muggy. He would come home all stinky and smelly and mom made him march right up to the shower at once. Well, she had asked me, the devious teenage, to put black cherry kool-aid in the shower nozzle. My dad was a military man and there was no wasting water, just step in and turn it on no matter what the temperature was. Well, he did just that and I could hear him scream all the way down the block at my friend's house! My mom thought it great, but there was still more to come.

Oh, BTW did I mention that my parents were married on Halloween night? My mom worn black and carried a broom? My dad wore a mock turtle neck with a jacket, platform shoes, and rubber bolts glued to his neck? Try growing up in that family!

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thecupcakemom Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 12:54am
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If my husband is being salty I take all the remotes (w/o him knowing), place them in my car and then leave for awhile. Drives him crazy...

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thecupcakemom Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 12:56am
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Another one... when he got salty with me I made his hot tea w/ salt instead of sugar. I told him I was just returning the "salt."

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indydebi Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 12:57am
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Once I told him I had emailed him a really x-rated note .... then I password protected it and wouldn't give him the password! Oh THAT was fun!! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

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mommykicksbutt Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 1:15am
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other things that have been done to my dad by either my mom, myself, or my sister...

superglue in his mustash comb.
replace his mouthwash with colored vinegar.
plastic wrap over the toilet bowl.
vasoline the door knob on the inside of the bathroom after removing everything that one could possiblly wipe with.
vasoline on covering the whole toilet seat.
salt in the sugar dish.
odorless ben-gay in his socks, the arm pits of his t-shirts, and the crotch of his underware.
dirty laundry on top of the door so as the fall on him when he opened it.

There were many, many, more but I gotta tend to dinner now.

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shooterstrigger Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 1:31am
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I have never felt the need to get even with my husband but we have a bit of jokester in us. My favorite is to put easter egg tablets in the shower head. I nearly gave DH a heart attack the first time he saw red coming out. But one time I used the blue one. My sister got it by mistake. The side of her face wsa blue for days!
Another time my niece and I filled DH entire car with balloons. He had to pop them just to remove them. Some of them were filled with shaving cream. It was a junky old car.
But the best (and cleanest) Dh drives an armoured truck with 1 or 2 other guys. They are pretty rough riding. For his birthday I took a whole bouquet of those giant musical balloons to one of the stores he stopped at so they could give them to him. So here are these 3 guys riding around for 10 hours with a dozen singing balloons going off at every pothole.
I should probably worry after that one but Dh ideas never match mine

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cakes21 Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 3:13am
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These are so good, it's giving me lots of ideas. The only thing that i can think of, is that i did parent control codes on all of his channels so he couldn't access them without a code.

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mommykicksbutt Posted 13 Sep 2007 , 9:15pm
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oh, now that's good! parental controls on the remote (and not give him the codes!). I like that one!

My parents weren't ever mean about their jokes, it was always with fun and laughter! You just gotta be there kinda thing. Everyone laughed, including dad.

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famousamous Posted 14 Sep 2007 , 4:26am
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Oh, when I was like 8 I put either ambosol or orgel, you know the stuff for tooth pain, on my Grandmas coffee mug, all aroung the rim. Hahaha.
She has such a good sense of humor, I got her and she sure did get me back, she made me some beautiful french toast and replaced the sugar with salt! LOL

I was such a little snot!

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