The Things You Learn Only After Living Together

Apparently I make ramyeon the wrong way.

Good Man is a blanket destroyer. I have no idea how he does it, but when I wake up in the morning, it looks like a tornado has hit our bed. A tornado I never felt. At least he doesn’t try and push me out of bed all night like he did when we lived in Korea. (That bed was smaller.)

Good Man sleeps in his cloths. Not night clothes, but rather whatever he wore that day.

I have a hell of a lot of yarn. “If you calculate all of the money you spent on yarn, it’s bigger than my computer. Which means if you calculate all of the yarns, it’s bigger than the money we spend on the wedding. Which means you have no reason to argue about how much I’ve spent on my computer.”

Good Man is adept—masterful, even—at dish sculptures.

One thought on “The Things You Learn Only After Living Together

  1. Comment from: Mariposa [Visitor] ·
    Where are the pictures of said dish sculptures?
    12/31/08 @ 11:20

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    12/31/08 @ 11:38

    Comment from: william [Visitor] ·
    you cannot ‘let’ him sleep in day clothes in bed. that is wrong. please tell me he doesn’t wear shoes in the house as well. that’s a thing i found extremely weird while growing up in the states, that americans wear shoes INSIDE the house.

    add sesame oil to spicy ramyeon (especially shin ramyeon). it makes it delicious!

    01/01/09 @ 19:51

    Comment from: admin [Member] Email
    He doesn’t wear shoes inside the house. He is Korean.

    As for letting him wear his clothes to bed, he usually comes to bed after I’m asleep, so there’s nothing I can do about it!
    01/01/09 @ 19:55

    Comment from: Robbin [Visitor]
    So small a problem in the grand scheme of things…
    01/06/09 @ 01:38

    Comment from: admin [Member] Email
    Yeah, that’s been the nice thing, Robbin. Other than 4-6 weeks of adjustment…things are really easy with Good Man.
    01/06/09 @ 01:41

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