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You're just asking for trouble, when has this been said to you, who was it & perhaps most importantly, why?

Asked by ucme (50037points) February 15th, 2020

The wife asked if she could cook dinner tonight, I said yeah sure…what could possibly go wrong?

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JLeslie's avatar

My husband has said similar about me trying to be helpful to his family. You just can’t win with them, better to just keep your distance.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I’ve heard that before for various things. :D

Patty_Melt's avatar

Open wide.
Not saying who, but not my dentist.

RabidWolf's avatar

I was being way too promiscuous and I was sleeping with a married woman. It was my parents that told me this. I of course just couldn’t break it off. Just being with her gave me a high I had never felt in my life. I liked who I was when I was with her. Aside from the cheating part, I was a better person when I was with her.

seawulf575's avatar

@Patty_Melt I notice you also didn’t mention what was supposed to be opened wide!

seawulf575's avatar

I was dating a girl once. My friends started referring to her as Psycho-kitty. One of them told me I was just asking for trouble by staying with her. He was right, but thankfully I managed to extricate myself before too much damage was done.

LadyMarissa's avatar

My dad used to throw that out just every so often & he always followed it with a balled up fist saying “And I’m going to give it to you”. He NEVER hit me nor my brother, but he usually just threatened us!!!

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