Susan is going to tell you something then ask if you've ever heard of such bullsh*t before in your life.

Susan is able to maintain a stash of dark chocolate in the house because no one else likes it. They don't like it so they don't look for it. Even still, Susan keeps her dark chocolate eating restricted to the husband's company. She trusts him.

The lure of dark chocolate was too much and drove the husband to weave a web of bullsh*t.

Let me see that chocolate he sez.

You don't like it.

Yes I do.

No you don't, it's not sweet.

It absolutely is sweet.

You're completely full of sh*t and will say anything to get my chocolate.

I like dark chocolate.

F*ck you, liar.


Frugal Vegan Mom said...

Ah, the dangers of teaching men to enjoy the finer things in life. My dark chocolate AND tofutti cuties regularly disappear!

Kathryn said...

Watch that man, he's a tricky one.

Cupcake Murphy said...

One word: DIVORCE.

Meg at the Members Lounge said...

I feel the same way about my wine, Susan.

Anonymous said...

Since I have no man, I'm not even going to comment. Better a man who covets your chocolate than no man at all....(Actually, why DID I get divorced? Did it have something to do with sharing my chips and salsa?)

Dawn in D.C. said...

My husband suddenly finds my favorites to be his favorites. Except marshmallows. Yeah for chocolate covered marshmallows!

WebSavvyMom said...

-->Everyone fears me too much in my house to eat "Mommy's Candy" which is Reese's candy. I've even made the 4-year old breath on me when I thought he snuck a piece.