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Not romantic

Assalamualaikum wbt..

Generally, when my darling hubs is out of town, our only communication tends to be brief phone calls that occur when I'm going to bed and when he wakes up in the middle of the night. Our conversations tend to consists of "Are you going to sleep now, it's still early dude?", "How was your work today?", "Owh your girl is driving me batsh** crazy, she's talking to herself AGAIN!!" "Did you see the hot kampung chicks again today?", "How much did you spend on supper? You think we're made of money???" and my personal favourite, "Do you miss me?"

(Of course I miss you, darling, What between cleaning up your daughter's poopoo, chasing after her and the tracks she like to make when ever she came through the door, trying to decide what to feed her so she don't wilt away and ruin our chance at having another one, keeping your family informed about your whereabouts, and generally just living the life of a single mother, I have nothing but time on my hands to jones for you, and the untold amounts of laundry that seem to follow you whenever you land on my door step.)

Yes our phone calls are nothing, if not romantic. But the current job the hubs is busting his arse on, has a perk. (Besides the hot kampung chicks he gets to ogle every day.)

While I like to tease him to stay off watching those chicks, I know that he is much too tired to engage in that type of conversation. Instead, before he crawls into bed to dream of those kampung chicks his beautiful wife, he'd call me to say I love you. Haha really dude??

Haha Okay I love you too!

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