Leaving fewer than the household-agreed-upon minimum number of ice cubes in the tray. (Our household minimum is four.)
Leaving the toilet paper roll empty, or with less yardage remaining than the household-agreed-upon amount.
Throwing away a roll that still has a half-length on it.
Leaving dishes "to soak" (the quotes here signify "and never coming back to wash them after they've soaked").
Leaving dirty clothes on floor, in presence of laundry basket.
Leaving towels on floor, in presence of towel bar/hook.
Late enough to activate the "Dead by side of road / injured in hospital / we should have more life insurance" sequence.
Leaving removed hairs on display.
Leaving toenail/fingernail clippings on display.
Leaving dishes symbolically on counter.
Being too quiet, in a way that makes the other person tense and nervous.
Not knowing the name of that actress I'm thinking of. You know, the one we liked! In that thing!
Washcloth falls on shower floor; takes other person's washcloth instead; does not remedy situation after shower is finished. (See also: towel too wet, forgot to get a towel, etc.)
Going to bed early without saying anything about it beforehand.
Using up the last of something without putting it on the list.
Loading dishwasher the stupid way.
Forgetting to use in-sink disposal before starting dishwasher.
Fingers still on keyboard while "listening."
Leaving drops of pee on the toilet seat.
Claiming nothing is wrong when something clearly is.
Tracking in slush.
Allowing last sliver of soap to fall to shower floor; leaving it there to turn to mush and/or for the other person to handle.
Eating the last of the leftover pizza without mentioning it.
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...