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Old 07-31-2014, 12:30 AM   #29
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Probably a stupid question..

We got home safely and the first thing he did was try to show me how to empty the tanks and clean up all the crud. I will admit to being so cranky and tired after a trip home that included 2 girls constantly asking "Are we home yet?" And "Why didn't we just stay longer at Granmas?" Annnnd a puppy pooping in our new truck! That when he started showing me I sorta waved my hand around and said "Sure honey.. I completely understand.. Yup that's pretty cool and next time we go out I will be sure to help!"

All bs! I am sorry. Amen to your amazing wives.. But.. I will do anything he wants but that. Sorry ain't happening! He can do the icky stuff and I will do the rest.

Thank You all for your help!

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Old 07-31-2014, 06:55 AM   #30
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Nothing wrong with having general his and hers duties. It gets bad if one spouse can't fill in during a pinch though. Generally I do inside and hubbie does outside, but I do know how to do the outside and he knows the steps to do the inside. Neither of us are terribly efficient at the other's "standard" jobs, but if something happens, we can take care of each other. And dumping tanks is not a dirty job if done correctly. You should be wearing plastic gloves anyway! It is actually much less dirty than changing diapers. Give it a try when you aren't so stressed.

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