Question: Is it ever a good idea to say to your eight-months-pregnant wife, "You know, your butt has gotten bigger."
Is it unreasonable to expect your wife to understand that you were paying her a compliment, because you like what pregnancy has done to her?
Well, gentle readers, it has been over five years since that ill-considered remark was made, and the matter is still under discussion. The husband now says he understands that it was a mistake to have said it, but still tries to defend himself. The wife should have known that her behind was so small before, and that there was no way that it could get too big. The wife thinks that her husband was insane to say something like that, and thinks that she showed remarkable restraint in only shedding a few tears about it.