Don't get us wrong: We love our guys. But have you ever noticed that they've retained certain boyish (read: juvenile) aspects? Exhibit A: His undying love of that neon beer sign he uses as the main source of light in his living room. Or that Max Headroom poster he sees as a perfectly legitimate piece of art. Oh well!
Of course, this boyishness is partly what we love about them. But some of that stuff he holds onto, um, not so much. We asked you which of his prized possessions you wouldn't mind mysteriously vanishing. Not that you'd have anything to do with it! Read 'em and weep...
"His 47-inch trophy mounted Muskie fish that will only fit above the couch." — Keli T.
"A really creepy hologram picture of Jesus that a friend of his bought in Italy." — Monica L.
"A shirt that says 'CANCUN, I came, I partied, I don't remember....' He's never been to Cancun in his life!" — Carissa D.
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"My husband thinks turtlenecks are comfy and cool. He owns quite a few. I plan on burning them the next time he goes out of town!" — Mackenzie W.
"His '3 Wolf Moon' shirt. Look it up." — Kelsea N.
"His camouflage Crocs (sadface)." — Jessica R.
"He had a stuffed (taxidermy) dog that was made out of rabbit fur. It's sick." *— Kelsey E. *
"His hats! He as a baseball cap in every color and team logo and brand. I'm talking a huge shopping bag collection that he won't throw away. He color coordinates them with every outfit he wears. I find his hats all over the house, and he buys a new one every time he goes shopping on his own. Worse than a girl and her shoe collection!" — Megan K.
"He's quite fond of the movie Halloween. He has a poster for every Halloween movie and a couple of Michael Myers action figures. Every single item is signed by a majority of the cast. I hate every single item. I hate that movie with a passion!" — Ashly L.
"His red plaid, cut-off sleeved 'Larry the Cable Guy' shirt. Can't stand the thing, and he knows it! He chooses to wear it when it'll embarrass me the most!" — Lisa Marie H.
Jolène M. Bouchon is a regular contributor to Brides.com and a freelance writer.