LMFAO. I got a good laugh from this one. I got great visuals of the dog sitting there happily wagging his tail and bouncing about as all the food kept hitting the floor next to him.25) While she's out with the girls, removing everything from the bottom half of the second fridge and loading it up with kegs that need to be chilled/carbed, and feeding whatever doesn't fit back in to the dog.
That pic is eerily similiar to the condition my living room is in.33)
Not mine by the way
Here Here! She was all about having a compost pile close to the house for food scraps til I started dumping grains in it. Well I turned it last weekend and HOLY $HIT! I've NEVER smelled anything that bad in my life. It smelled so bad for 3-4 days we wouldn't even open the back door.Let's see... I have done these:
#19 Spent grain in the compost pile near the window is a bad idea.
If my family had a family room like that, I might still be on speaking terms.51) Have the basement waterproofed ($4900)to fix the leaks and tel her that it will be finished and become the family room and then build a wine and beer making room on one side and a wine cellar on the other side!
Thankfully the SWMBO has this one down pat, and checks out the beer selections before making any decisions on which places we go.#56 Refusing to go to certain restaurants because they don't sell the beer you want to drink.
Hahaha, I've done that! Funny, my wife doesn't drink beer or even like the smell of cooking wort. But she LOVES to bottle!16. When she comes out to the kitchen to make some food 5 minutes before the end of the boil, shoo her out and tell her she should have thought about eating at the start of the boil, now its time to chill the wort.
Maybe your (former)SWMBO just held it all in? 1 million little things and then a stuck sparge made her crack and she went crazy?Hmmmm. I was never scolded for any of this. Why is it that you people are still married and I'm divorced???????????
So, does your wife have a sister who is single & loves to bottle?Hahaha, I've done that! Funny, my wife doesn't drink beer or even like the smell of cooking wort. But she LOVES to bottle!
She gets mad at me if I bottle without enlisting her help. She's now to the point where I can tell her that a batch needs to be bottled and she can almost do it unsupervised: racking, priming, sterilizing, etc. If I bottle without her, she gets mad at me.
She fills, I empty---this is the key to marital bliss.
I take the Fifth.12. Say, with the upmost sincerity, "I swear dear! This is ________is the very last item I need. I promise, I won't need anything else ever." Then two weeks later, remember why you need just "one more thing".
Haha, pwnt. I'm totally going to do this for a first date. I'm calling it right now.69- Ask if she wants to come over for the weekend, and inform her on arrival that not only are we brewing today, we're bottling as well.
I kid, she knew what she was getting into and seemed to have fun, except for the aching back. With me footing the bill, she brewed her first batch a few weeks later.