Chrissy Teigen is notorious for putting her domestic life with musician John Legend on Twitter for all to see. While many find her blunt outlook on celebrity life funny and refreshing, this bout of complaining about how John handles having dinner guests got pretty heated. It also hit close to home, with a lot of commenters saying that their spouses do exactly the same thing by making plans and not leaving them time to prepare!

It started when she announced on Twitter that she was annoyed with her husband for inviting his colleagues from The Voice over for dinner, but neglecting to mention that it was the show’s season finale, an occasion she thought deserved a lot more planning than just ordering in.

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Chrissy Teigen wasn’t pleased that John Legend left out a pretty big detail about dinner plans

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She went on to post screenshots of the argument

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John might be right that judges from The Voice just want to unwind after the finale is over and like ordering pizza and ice cream as much as the rest of us do. But if you’re a perfectionist who always wants to put on a show, having guests over can cause hidden stress that someone who prefers more casual get-togethers wouldn’t understand. A lot of the time, when people don’t appreciate the work that goes into “being extra” it’s because they prefer more spontaneity and “extra” just isn’t very important to them.

If you have one style of planning and your partner has the other, try to acknowledge this early on so you can remember what their perspective is and why they’re like this before you get mad at them⁠. The more laid-back person could try giving details about “who, what, when, where and why” when they bring up plans, so the “extra” person knows what to prepare for. Meanwhile, the “extra” person should remind themself that most people just want to socialize and have a good time, and aren’t deducting points from you if they see you in an article of clothing they’ve seen before.

John responded, but she wasn’t impressed by his approach to hosting

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When they posted pictures from the gathering at their home, it looked like they had a great time and the argument was put by the wayside. Who hasn’t complained about something that ended up not being very significant in the end? What do you think, do you ever vent about disagreements with your partner (including about this exact issue, as many people said they have in the replies?) Do you think it’s different when somebody has millions of followers reading their vent posts?

At least the couple say the dinner party was still fun for all

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But commenters could relate to the couple’s disagreement on planning issues

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