Well, for the next month or so, we're on a VERY limited budget. Hubby was just laid off, and he isn't getting much for unemployment. I'm JUST going back to work, and it will be up to a month before I even get a paycheck, and it may be a crummy paycheck that just barely puts gas in my car. Anyways, we're going to have $100 to spend for our grocery bill tomorrow, and we're low on just about everything and out of everything that we're not low on. Anyways, I was putting together a list of things to buy to stock up for the next month and a half to two months. I put the usual on it, milk, eggs, chicken, bread, tea, sugar, etc. Now hubby is upset with me because he only got to put enough stuff on to make two meals. Well, when you demand that you have canned chili, nacho cheese, homemade fries, burgers, lettuce, tomato, onion, sliced AND shredded cheese for ONE FREAKING MEAL, of course you're going to be going over your limit. He says it's excusable because then we can make hotdogs with the chili/cheese, but, the way we are, one can of cheese/chili lasts us ONE meal, not two. He rarely ever offers to make dinner when we actually have money and can afford his luxury cooking style, then he gets upset because I say that we can't afford it when we really can't afford it. I mean, it would be one thing to buy burgers and buns and then slap some mayo, ketchup and mustard on and be done, tada, there's a burger, but he INSISTS on adding on all of the extra junk. *Sigh* Why is it so hard for him to understand something so simple?