My girlfriend and I recently went on our first holiday together. It had been in the pipeline for months and in those couple of months, she had spent a good chunk of time buying bits and pieces and packing for the holiday.
An excellent way of sorting yourself out for a holiday some might say.
I, on the other hand, began buying and panicking the day/night before we were meant to head to airport the following morning and just started throwing things into a suitcase and hoping for the best.
Both of which are perfectly fine methods, in my opinion, when it comes to packing. Because, if you forget something you have nobody to blame but yourself.
But, when you start splitting the packing into jobs for each person, (i.e. you pack the shower essentials and I'll deal with the passports/boarding passes) things get messy.
Sadly, that's what happened to this couple as the ventured out of the capital on a nice little holiday.
All was going swimmingly until the husband realised that his wife had not packed their passports.
One witness was on hand to describe the killer line which we think probably ended the relationship...
Scenes in Dublin Airport as a red faced man shouts at his wife for losing the passports. "You remembered every fucking pair of shoes but not the fucking passports" has been the standout line.
— Paddy Galloway (@PaddyG96) June 15, 2018
Paddy Galloway said on Twitter that:
"Scenes in Dublin Airport as a red faced man shouts at his wife for losing the passports. 'You remembered every fucking pair of shoes but not the fucking passports' has been the standout line."
Oh dear, we have a feeling the husband might have got one of those shoes thrown in his direction following the comments.
We really hope they worked it out, even if they did miss their holiday.