I'm pretty sure that "outliteralled" is not a word, but what I mean is this. I've finally found someone who takes things more literally than I do. Here's our latest story.
We were walking in a mall with our baby in the stroller. My husband likes to walk much faster than I can keep up with, and was pusing the stroller. I wanted to put something in the stroller storeage basket, so I said, "Can I put this in the stroller, please?"
From way up ahead, he said back at me, "Sure, go ahead."
"Well, I can't reach the stroller when you're way up there."
"Oh, well you didn't say to come back or slow down."
I had figured he would assume that he needed to slow down so that I could catch up to him, and thus, be able to put my item in the stroller.
Just a reminder to those of you with Aspie husbands: say and ask for exactly what you mean! :)
Happy Thanksgiving again!