My husband plays video games every night, and when I get mad at him and start yelling at him, he tells me that I'm lucky because one of his friends play video games even more than him. When I tell him, "Well, I'm not BOB's wife," he simply tells me I should feel lucky that he's not out at a bar somewhere doing God knows what. He also tells me that he only plays video games at the end of the day after he makes dinner (which I do appreciate) every night, and gets his other "chores" done (which isn't really much! He usually throws clothes in the washer or dryer, but I'm the only one who folds laundry. I also do the dishes most of the time. Sometimes there will be a rare occasion that he does this.). Do I sound unreasonable? I don't think so. He usually starts playing at nine or ten o'clock at night until he goes to be around twelve. I'm usually folding laundry, or doing work that I had to bring home with me. It's not just the unequal amount of chores that bothers me - I don't think it wold bother me as much if we were doing something together, like watching a movie. Does anyone else have any similar problems? Or any suggestions?!