Here We Pokémon Go Again, Part 7

| Denmark | Marriage & Partners, Pokemon

(My husband and I are lying in bed, looking online, when I come across this ‘What type of Pokémon are you’ quiz where you have to use your birth month and day to find the types. My husband and I are both pretty big nerds, so he and I have this conversation. It should be noted that I’m pregnant.)

Me: “Huh, I’m a water normal type Pokémon.”

Husband: “Oh, what am I?”

Me: “Fighting water… What kind of Pokémon is water normal type?”

(There’s a moment of silence between us where I’m looking to see what the rest of my family will be and I’m assuming he’s fallen asleep.)

Husband: “Magikarp!”

Me: *gasp in horror and start laughing* “Oh, h***, no! I’m a Vaporion at least.”

Husband: *nudging my back* “Hey! Hey! Honey? Use Splash.”

Me: *turns around and smacks his arm, still laughing* “Mother-f****, I will evolve into a dragon in a second!”

Husband: *laughing his a** off* “It’s super effective.”

Here We Pokémon Go Again, Part 6
Here We Pokémon Go Again, Part 5
Here We Pokémon Go Again, Part 4


Engaging The Reptile Part Of Your Brain

| Kansas City, MO, USA | Boyfriend/Girlfriend

(I’m texting my boyfriend, and the subject of snakes comes up. He does not like snakes; I do.)

Boyfriend: “I’m just glad snakes don’t have legs. They’re scary enough as it is. Can you imagine a snake with legs?”

Me: “I can, actually. They’re called lizards.”

Boyfriend: “YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN!”



| Melbourne, VIC, Australia | Boyfriend/Girlfriend

(My boyfriend and I are sitting at home, eating some desserts we’d purchased from a frozen foods company. I have apple pie and he has a chocolate cheesecake.)

Boyfriend: “Hey, this isn’t cheesecake. It’s chocolate lemon mousse… Try some.”

(I am hesitant because I am not a fan of either chocolate mousse or lemon, but I try some anyway.)

Me: “Wow, that’s gross.”

Boyfriend: “I know.”

Me: “Why’d you make me try some, then?”

Boyfriend: “I didn’t want to suffer alone.”

(Gee, thanks.)

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