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So, we are trying to make room for things in the West household. This involves getting rid of rather a lot of other things. I was downstairs making dinner and my husband was upstairs, inspecting the bookshelves (there are bookshelves in all of the rooms of the house except the kitchen).

He just came downstairs, and asked if I needed the Japanese language Kenshin (I don't, although I told him to hold on to the French versions until the kids are done with French in school). Then he asked about one or two others (all not needed) and last:

"What about the other Japanese ones?"

"Which ones?"

"The ones with the short, obnoxious girl."

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kchew
May. 5th, 2008 02:19 pm (UTC)
And, well, asking him isn't always easier, either. 'Cause, you know, there might be sarcasm somewhere, lurking. Or he might use the dreaded Socratic method. Pain all around.