BuzzFeed has produced a hilarious new video that perfectly captures the arguments that take place between couples in millions of American households. From which way the toilet paper roll is supposed to go to what to eat for dinner, at least one aspect of this video will undoubtedly ring true for you.
Glenn, Pat, Stu, and Jeffy found the video to be remarkably apropos, and, on radio this morning, they discussed a few additional things they spar with their wives over.
“This is why guys don't do housework because nothing we do is ever good enough,” Glenn lamented. “I got to the point [where] I have Tania wrap her presents. ‘Here. I got this for you. Want to wrap this’… Never good enough. Never. Ever.”
Pat said he often argues with his wife Jackie about how to change the sheets on their bed. He said he tried helping her for many years, but she would always just redo what he had done.
“I just gave up,” Pat said.
Glenn made clear that it is not that men are “incompetent” when it comes to household chores. Instead, he simply does not understand why it matters which way the towels are folded.
One thing men are good at, according to Glenn? Packing the car.
“I am the worst packer in the world… [But] let me please pack the back of the car. Guys have to pack it into a car… Women's responsibility on the luggage ends at the bedroom or the front door,” Glenn said. “We are the ones that will move it from the front door to the car… to the airport… to the luggage thing… to the hotel. Once it's there, pop that baby open. I don't care if it all springs out.”
Stu admitted he too is a “horrible” packer. On a recent trip to Las Vegas, Stu failed to bring any underwear aside from the pair he was wearing.
“I'm horrible like that,” he said. “On vacation, I went to Las Vegas with only the underwear I was wearing. I didn't pack any additional underwear. So I had to get additional underwear. That was my trip of Las Vegas.”
Ultimately, Glenn, who has three daughters and one son, is always glad to see Raphe in situations like this because there is an unspoken understanding between the two of them.
“You know, Raphe is my first son. It is so great to have a son because you could walk around the corner and just look at each other,” Glenn concluded. “Raphe just shakes his head like, ‘What was that?’ That's rest of your life, buddy. Enjoy it!”