So I had this friend once (well I still consider her a friend though I'm not great at keeping in touch) that really thought her husband knew the answer to everything. If you were having a conversation and a question came up that no one knew the answer to, she would say: "I'll ask my husband tonight. He'll know!" Every single time without fail. And to her credit, there were a lot of times that he did know, but I didn't always believe it because I just did not believe that her husband could possibly know that much about just about everything. Now. I will admit that I was slightly envious that she was married to a man that she absolutely adored and truly believed 100% in. She placed all of her faith in him and never had reason to doubt her darling husband's abundance of knowledge. It annoyed me. I absolutely loved and adored them, but it really annoyed me. They were such loyal friends and took such good care of me and yet I was annoyed at their perfectness and that she could possibly think that her husband truly knew it all.
And yet....here I am several years later married to the man that DOES know it all. :-) In all reality, I do now know that I am a slightly extreme version of my friend. Even prouder, even more annoying. Because I am married to the man that knows it all, I tell everyone so. They don't even have to have a question that needs to be answered; I just tell them anyway, in case they ever do have one! I know, this is pathetic. You know what's worse? I actually encourage people to think of some random question just so we can ask and see if he knows the answer. It's like a game...well for me anyway. And I think it's a fun one! :-) Go ahead. Ask a question, ANY question. So I can go home and ask MY husband!