Today my wife and I were fixing our lunch. I was boiling some soft boiled eggs and she wanted hers hard boiled so she took a separate pot and put two eggs in some water and started to boil them. My eggs were in another pot. I walked to the bedroom then a few minutes later I walk into the kitchen to check on my eggs so they don't overcook and when I looked at her pot it was boiling over. Apparently one of her eggs had a crack in it and the whites of the eggs were now cooked and boiling over the pot. I told her in a calm voice, "your eggs are boiling over." She's working from the kitchen and so she turns and looks at the stove and says, "well, what do you want me to do?" I said, "the common sense thing to do would be to get up and come check on your eggs." She got all bent out of shape with me like I was trying to tell her or demanding that she do something. Maybe it's a woman thing where they don't want to be told what to do especially by a man, but I wasn't running around frantic like the house was on fire. I just told her that her eggs were boiling over. I just find it funny that she looked at the stove then said "what do you want me to do? So now I feel like I'm in the dog house because her eggs boiled over. What did I do wrong here?