I don't want to be asked how my Yom Tov was. It was long and traumatizing. When I say I'm very happy it's over, I don't want to see the looks of horror and watch people tiptoe away silently (OK, I'm being a bit of a drama queen here). I can handle the spiritual work and can immerse myself in it completely - it's the physical work that makes me cry.
Did anyone read the Dear Abby-type letter in the current Jewish Press from a man whining that his wife needs to remember that "men have needs too" after a day of cleaning and preparing for Pesach etc.?? That maybe if they just "gave the man some attention" at the end of the day, they wouldn't be tempted to commit the aveira of buying porn etc.?? (I am paraphrasing very loosely here!)
Try taking the money you spend on that filth and using it to hire a CLEANING LADY so your wife might be SLIGHTLY LESS THAN DEAD at the end of her fifth day in a row of cleaning up a year of your chometz!!!!
Don't get me STARTED.