New Favorite Pots (2010-03-19)will eventually accept a Rolex (because I believe its craftsmanship is superb) from him but not until my current watch dies.
And dining out? He is more than happy to buy me any meal at
any restaurant I choose, be it a $100 (p/p) or $300, he won't bat
an eyelash taking me there, as long as I name the place.
But then, there's this problem: my favorite shopping is not name
brand bags or clothes or silly jewelry, I LOVE KITCHENWARE and he won't
buy me most of the stuff I ask for! Okay, to be fair, I did ask
for a dehydrator, a freezer, a meat slicer and a Kitchenaid which are
all bulky products. I can understand (but not truly accept) his
reason for refusing my request (crowding the apartment). But
even cheap kitchenware gets the no-no from him which sort of leads to
You see, we have two ramen bowls which get crazy scorching hot when filled with hot soup and there're so many times I nearly dropped it on the way to the table. I've been looking for decent-sized ramen bowls with handles until I found a gorgeous set of enamel pots/bowls. A mere US$34 and the poop-face he'd been showing me every time I brought up the question "When can I buy two bowls to replace our ramen bowls?" was unbelievable. I eventually bought the set but they are the result of round-the-clock nagging!
This is what baffles me: he can splurge a few hundred dollars on me
easily but soooo reluctant to let me buy cheap new bowls. What
P.S. For those who live in Japan, I bought the set from www.rakuten.co.jp/kitchensanki which carries a lot of cute stuff for the kitchen.
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