As a wise woman once explained to me: it's only nagging because men don't do things the first time they're asked. If they did, we wouldn't "nag" and our request would remain just that - a request! Sorry boys, but that's just the way it is!
I try not to nag, but sometimes it is called for, like when my dad doesn't put his plate in the dish washer, but just leaves it on the side for someone else to clean. And when he leaves crumbs on the kitchen table, or doesn't put things in the recycling, but on the side for someone else to do.
I don't know if you would call it nagging! but I do get sick and tired of asking to have things done, and they seem to go to the "not so important list"I've been wanting to have the pantry fixed for how long now, and there is allways an excuse from my husband!
Women nag because men don't listen or do what they say they will do. Eg: can you pls now the lawn this weekend?" "No worries".... forward 2 months, the lawn now resembles a jungle. Possibly snakes have moved in, hazardous to the kids and everyone else. Then a gentle reminder to the dick, after all he did say he'd do it, and a fight about nagging starts.