Me: Honey, I made the bed.
W1: You need to fix that right corner; it’s got wrinkles
W2: I was going to get to it later today.
Me: Should I run the dishwasher?
W1: Not yet; wait until I finish this tea so we can fill it up completely.
W2: I can’t believe it’s full again already.
Me: I mowed the grass.
W1: It’s about time you did it without my having to ask you.
W2: Good, the Homeowners’ Association will be proud of you.
Me: Have you seen my reading glasses?
W1: It’s not my responsible to keep track of your things.
W2: You have a pair in the car.
Me: Do we have any bills yet to pay this month?
W1: We wouldn’t have so many if you didn’t go out for pizza once a week.
W2: I just paid all except one, but we can wait until next week.
Me: I cleaned the top of the stove.
W1: Are you implying that when I cook I make a mess?
W2: It looks as good as new.
Me: Where’s the mayonaise?
W1: It’s where you left it.
W2: It’s on the middle shelf, to the left, behind the jelly.
Me: Do you recall how to reset the computer to an earlier time?
W1: If you weren’t on the computer so much you wouldn’t have to ask.
W2: Google it.