The Cheese and Cracker Incident | Mental Poo

Friday, February 22, 2013

The Cheese and Cracker Incident

Just in case you were wondering why I was divorced I present you THIS text conversation between my ex-wife and I.

I posted it on my Facebook page and women were completely siding with my ex on this one but, just in case you missed it, ENJOY:


I sent my son with the store-brand crackers because I didn't feel like asking if that was okay.

Plus I saved some money that I spent on the pre-sliced cheese.

WIN.

9 comments:

Jenn Thorson said...

If it were having to bake a cake or something, you might have my sympathy. But it's CHEESE and CRACKERS, dude. It's so straightforward, what you need to put together is handily right there in the name of it.

You've formatted a blog post, and written a book, but can't figure out how to assemble cheese and crackers?

Nope. Not buying it. :)

Michelle said...

From *this* divorced woman's standpoint, I say "good job!" You're active and engaged in your kids lives and that's awesome. Maybe you didn't do things the way she would have, but that's her problem! You got it done and that's what matters.

handflapper said...

So what you're saying here is I'm probably going to end up divorced since I have text conversations like this with my husband all the time? Good to know.

Mandy_Fish said...

Your ex-wife is pretty funny.

So are you.

Moooooog35 said...

In my defense, I'm actually this stupid.

Roxanne said...

I feel like I would've been on your side of this conversation.

Also, parent volunteer sign ups are evil.

middle child said...

I'm with ya man! Cheese and crackers ARE hard to make.....when you're drunk!

Ann said...

You can buy it pre-made at the deli.

Brett Minor said...

I just love messing with people so I have text convos like that. However, my ex-wife would not have had the patience to ride it out that long. She would lose it. Her temper was part of the reason we got divorced.

And those three guys she slept with.

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