Have Relationship Questions? Ask a Counselor for Answers ASAP
Yes, it does sound ridiculous. Try to find out if she really means that literally or just saying it to make you frustrated (because she herself can not express her frustration any other way) Think of the times prior to getting married if similar things had happened where she was unable to communicate/express her needs appropriately.
At times it may be helpful to just avoid her and not feed into it. Some battles are not worth fighting. If you see this as a really huge issue then couple's counseling can assist you both if she is willing to admit to her part of the ordeal and go to the therapy. It can not hurt to try it (especially for a newly married couple) with years ahead of them.
Communication Miracles for Couples: Easy and Effective Tools to Create More Love and Less Conflict (Paperback - May 1, 2009)
Couple's Communication Made Easy
(Audio CD - Jun 2007)