First, last night, I asked him . . Why did you ask me that 600 x 1,000? He told me it was something that came up on some online game he plays. He thinks I don’t like him playing the game online but I don’t have a problem with it . . heck I sit and knit way more than he plays that game. I get frustrated when I send him a link to a house to look at and he says “I’ll look at it when I finish what I’m doing” and then he totally forgets (or ignores) to look at the link. Later, sometimes days, I’ll say “What did you think about that link I sent to the house with 20 acres?” and he’ll say “I never looked at it!” Then, I say “Ohhh . . that game is more important than finding a home!” I’m mostly just giving him a hard time. I’ve learned to say at the end of the day or when he comes back in from being outside . . “before you start playing your game (or before we go to bed), please look at the link I sent you!”
But, then he said something else funny yesterday. We were watching one of those cooking shows and they were making bread pudding.
Vince: They REALLY put bread in bread pudding?
Me: Yes! (My look said more than my words.)
Vince: Do you put bead in your bread pudding?
Vince: I guess I’ve never had it before.
Me: You have!
I asked him how he thought bread pudding is made if bread isn’t used. No idea. I told him the next time we have a reason for being off our diet, I will make bread pudding. He’ll probably have to watch to be sure I’m really using bread. 🙂