Has something that you assume is common sense ever been the complete opposite of what the other person thinks/does? I experienced that last night around 9:30 when my fiance offered to run to the store to grab stuff for our lunch because we literally had nothing in the house to take. We even made a quick list that read, "Pastrami. Bread. Cereal Bars. Strawberries. Bananas. Sun Chips. Crystal Light." He calls me from the store and says they're out of pastrami, that he'll go to another store to get some. I tell him not to worry about it because it's late, to just come home. Imagine my surprise when he arrives home with NOTHING but a box of Crystal Light. Now, here's what would have made sense to me. If someone sends me to the store for something specific and they don't have it, I would call and say, "Hey, they didn't have pastrami. Do you want ham or turkey instead?" or if I didn't feel like calling I would've grabbed something random for lunch and hoped for the best. But I would have gotten SOMETHING because I feel like that's better than returning empty handed. I explained that to him as kindly as possible and he's like, " then argues "But you said not to worry about it." (true) So I countered with, "Alright. Well what are we supposed to eat for lunch tomorrow? And what did no pastrami have to do with you not grabbing the snacks and fruit?" and I got another confused/deer in headlights look. :lol: I :wub: my fiance so much, but last night I wanted to fufu him.