The Good Charlotte rocker can't stand it when his spouse puts on a special tone to talk in interviews, because she comes across nicer than she is to him in everyday life.
After being played a clip of his wife talking by Australian radio station 2Day FM, he said: ''First of all, she has that interview voice that really gets on my nerves! You ever hear your wife or girlfriend talk to someone you're like, shut up man? She's not that nice in real life!''
Joel also claimed he is the organised one in the relationship, and after he had completed his stint on TV show 'The Voice Australia', he was the one who had to pack up all of the things she had brought over for her and their children, Harlow, four, and Sparrow, two, before they missed their flight.
He added: ''To be honest with you we can't count the number of bags she brought, it was in the neighbourhood of 10 to15. After 'The Voice', I was like, 'Let's get the kids home.' We were all homesick, I was like, 'Can you pack all the bags?' She said, 'Yes,' and then she didn't pack all the bags.
''We were literally about to miss our flights, and I had to throw all this s**t in a bag. She is the worst with packing, she tells all our friends, 'I pack his bags when we he goes on trips,' she doesn't pack my bags when I go on trips, I pack my own bags.''
In a further complaint against his spouse, he claimed she almost ruined the climax of the Olympic Games in London over the weekend, although he was quick to add he still loves her despite their tiffs.
He said: ''The final of the Olympics were on! I've been in the studio, I missed most of the Olympics, all I wanted was to watch it. She was watching one of 10 movies she watches all the time; she watches 'Glitter', 'First Wives Club'. She watches all these awful movies!''
When the show's hosts told him it was good he has the same issues in his relationship as everyone else, he added: ''God bless her though, I love my wife!''