Justin Theroux finds it "infuriating" when his wife Jennifer Aniston gives him the silent treatment.
The 'Leftovers' star, 44, has admitted there's nothing that frustrates him more than when the 46-year-old actress refuses to talk to him after an argument.
Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight' he said: "Someone once said, 'Silence is the most unbearable rejoinder.' And that's true in relationships. If someone's giving you the silent treatment, there's nothing more infuriating."
Meanwhile, the couple tied the knot last month at their lavish home in Bel Air, California, in front of 75 friends and family - including stars such as Ellen DeGeneres, Orlando Bloom and Sandra Bullock - following a three-year engagement.
And the handsome star has admitted married life so far has been "easy" and he's enjoying calling Jennifer his "wife."
He said recently: "Oh my god. It's really nice to say 'my wife'. I'm not [used to saying wife]. I don't want to get used to it for a while. It's nice to drop the fiancée moniker.
"There's just sort of an easy that comes with it that's really nice. I can't quite describe it. I guess it's one of those things that's like you know it when you see it, or feel it when you feel it for those who are married they'd know. But it's just something that settles and feels lovely and wonderful."