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Pioli Zombie
02-04-2009, 10:23 AM
This way I will laugh instead of being really ticked off this morning :mad:

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!



* Gals, feel free to post Mental Ex-husband ones too!!! Id rather talk to a nice divorced lady than a mean, mental ex of hers anyday just because hes a man.

So sick of these crazy people.:drool:

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 10:50 AM
divorced last jan. I got the POS truck, a 1995 ford. supposed to get the plates/title transferred, but it won't pass inspection. I think, no problem, I'm deploying in Aug and that's when the plates expire, I'll just wait and donate it to the savation army when I leave.

well, there was no deployment, my job gave me a had time about taking me back, didn't work for 3 months because of it, then the flood that moved me;

anyway-december 23rd, merry christmas, I get a letter from her lawyer that they are going to take me to court if I don't get it done in 10 days, it's freaking 2 days before christmas!!! But get this, it's because she's out money for something. what is she out money for? a ticket, that was mailed to her, but I still paid it, is the only thing it can be. I had already told her all the things that had been going on and she still got her lawyer to start shit. No F-ing soul in that bitch. she acts so high and mighty too, a "good christian" type. I truely hate her now.

To top it all off she still contacts my kids, even visits them when she goes to that area of the world, I asked her to stop, but don't know if I can do anything. I believe she does it just to get to me. wouldn't surprise me at all if it were.

Delano
02-04-2009, 10:54 AM
I don't have any. I only enter relationships with sane women.

Breakups have all been mutual and end with friendship.

There have been a few crazy bitches who got a wild idea or two after a one-night stand.

Pioli Zombie
02-04-2009, 11:07 AM
divorced last jan. I got the POS truck, a 1995 ford. supposed to get the plates/title transferred, but it won't pass inspection. I think, no problem, I'm deploying in Aug and that's when the plates expire, I'll just wait and donate it to the savation army when I leave.

well, there was no deployment, my job gave me a had time about taking me back, didn't work for 3 months because of it, then the flood that moved me;

anyway-december 23rd, merry christmas, I get a letter from her lawyer that they are going to take me to court if I don't get it done in 10 days, it's freaking 2 days before christmas!!! But get this, it's because she's out money for something. what is she out money for? a ticket, that was mailed to her, but I still paid it, is the only thing it can be. I had already told her all the things that had been going on and she still got her lawyer to start shit. No F-ing soul in that bitch. she acts so high and mighty too, a "good christian" type. I truely hate her now.

To top it all off she still contacts my kids, even visits them when she goes to that area of the world, I asked her to stop, but don't know if I can do anything. I believe she does it just to get to me. wouldn't surprise me at all if it were.

oh yeah, i had a "good christian" too. trouble is I am too, so Im a reminder to her of who she really is. She hates me because I found out about what she was doing, so im the monster. I took way,way less than I was entitled to because I wanted to spare the kids the year at least of scorched earth warfare she would create for all of us if i didnt. Didnt matter, she wanted it all anyway. So I lose the house, the money, the marriage, then she turns the church against me by spreading lies so i lose them (which actually was a favor as they turned out to be no help).

I swear I pray she finds someone to marry so that she will torture THAT GUY for next 10 years.

Dave Lane
02-04-2009, 11:09 AM
So what was she doing?

Pioli Zombie
02-04-2009, 11:12 AM
So what was she doing?

I think the question is who, not what. If you know what I mean.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:16 AM
Wow, I love not being married/dating someone who isn't psycho. Now her mother and aunts are another story. Those people are psychos, especially cause they won't get divorced.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:17 AM
This way I will laugh instead of being really ticked off this morning :mad:

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!



* Gals, feel free to post Mental Ex-husband ones too!!! Id rather talk to a nice divorced lady than a mean, mental ex of hers anyday just because hes a man.

So sick of these crazy people.:drool:

And what happened to you that you're so pissed? LET IT OUT MAN!

CoMoChief
02-04-2009, 11:20 AM
divorced last jan. I got the POS truck, a 1995 ford. supposed to get the plates/title transferred, but it won't pass inspection. I think, no problem, I'm deploying in Aug and that's when the plates expire, I'll just wait and donate it to the savation army when I leave.

well, there was no deployment, my job gave me a had time about taking me back, didn't work for 3 months because of it, then the flood that moved me;

anyway-december 23rd, merry christmas, I get a letter from her lawyer that they are going to take me to court if I don't get it done in 10 days, it's freaking 2 days before christmas!!! But get this, it's because she's out money for something. what is she out money for? a ticket, that was mailed to her, but I still paid it, is the only thing it can be. I had already told her all the things that had been going on and she still got her lawyer to start shit. No F-ing soul in that bitch. she acts so high and mighty too, a "good christian" type. I truely hate her now.

To top it all off she still contacts my kids, even visits them when she goes to that area of the world, I asked her to stop, but don't know if I can do anything. I believe she does it just to get to me. wouldn't surprise me at all if it were.

Women get lawyers because they don't have that first instinct of common sense, and most of them can't make any rationale decisions on their own, they need a man to do it for them.

I'm not kidding either. Many women are like this. Obviously not all, but I would say most, esp those that have been married and are used to the man making the rules and decisions.

Gonzo
02-04-2009, 11:23 AM
Buddy of mine, (not me) married a "Good Catholic Woman" too. They dated off and on through high school and college. He moved away when he joined the Army. Came back and they hooked up again, got married at a really nice Catholic Church here in Omaha.

Two months later he wakes up to her throwing shoes at him, now this guy is like 5 ft. 10 265lbs. She was 5-4 110lbs. Started throwing punches at him as well. He moved in with me and my wife for a few months.

Come to find out, crazy whore married him just to get divorced so he'd pay half her credit card bills. She waited the exact amount of time needed to pull this off.

Crazy whore.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:27 AM
Buddy of mine, (not me) married a "Good Catholic Woman" too. They dated off and on through high school and college. He moved away when he joined the Army. Came back and they hooked up again, got married at a really nice Catholic Church here in Omaha.

Two months later he wakes up to her throwing shoes at him, now this guy is like 5 ft. 10 265lbs. She was 5-4 110lbs. Started throwing punches at him as well. He moved in with me and my wife for a few months.

Come to find out, crazy whore married him just to get divorced so he'd pay half her credit card bills. She waited the exact amount of time needed to pull this off.

Crazy whore.

This is why I can't stand christians. I know you all aren't bad, but they're just so many fucking hypocrites. But they get absolved of their sins so they don't have to feel as guilty about it.

CoMoChief
02-04-2009, 11:32 AM
Buddy of mine, (not me) married a "Good Catholic Woman" too. They dated off and on through high school and college. He moved away when he joined the Army. Came back and they hooked up again, got married at a really nice Catholic Church here in Omaha.

Two months later he wakes up to her throwing shoes at him, now this guy is like 5 ft. 10 265lbs. She was 5-4 110lbs. Started throwing punches at him as well. He moved in with me and my wife for a few months.

Come to find out, crazy whore married him just to get divorced so he'd pay half her credit card bills. She waited the exact amount of time needed to pull this off.

Crazy whore.

That sounds like a situation a buddy of mine had.........almost exactly.

CoMoChief
02-04-2009, 11:33 AM
This is why I can't stand christians. I know you all aren't bad, but they're just so many ****ing hypocrites. But they get absolved of their sins so they don't have to feel as guilty about it.

Thats why I dont get caught up in religion or anything. I dont let shit like this slide and pull out the Jesus card I will tell that someone to STFU.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 11:36 AM
This is why I can't stand christians. I know you all aren't bad, but they're just so many ****ing hypocrites. But they get absolved of their sins so they don't have to feel as guilty about it.

You're right, there are a lot of hypocrites. But if we never act holier than thou, which we're not supposed to be doing anyway then we don't have to worry about it being thrown up in our face when we screw up. I mess something up every single day an I'll continue to do so until the day I die. When a person becomes a follower of Christ it doesn't mean that we're perfect. We're still human and still prone to the same mistakes and temptations that might befall a non-believer as well.

A little understanding and grace from both sides goes a long way in these cases.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 11:36 AM
I don't have any. I only enter relationships with sane womenSo you don't enter relationships at all? Sounds like a good plan. That's the one I'm on.

The rest of you, no matter how mental your ex-wives may be, don't ever forget that it's your fault, whatever it was that happened.

CrazyHorse
02-04-2009, 11:39 AM
Buddy o mine was married over 20 years. Had 3 kids. All girls.

The wife started cheating and decided the grass was greener on the other side. So she left him. In the process they split with the intention of not making it ugly.

By the time the atty. finished with him, she took the house, the money, ran up all the credit cards to the max and switched back to her maiden name so she could get new cards.

The attys. get them so revved up that before they know what going on




you're hosed.

I'm sure in some way...he deserved all that:grr::shake:

Monty
02-04-2009, 11:40 AM
You're right, there are a lot of hypocrites. But if we never act holier than thou, which we're not supposed to be doing anyway then we don't have to worry about it being thrown up in our face when we screw up. I mess something up every single day an I'll continue to do so until the day I die. When a person becomes a follower of Christ it doesn't mean that we're perfect. We're still human and still prone to the same mistakes and temptations that might befall a non-believer as well.

A little understanding and grace from both sides goes a long way in these cases.

This

sedated
02-04-2009, 11:41 AM
I took way,way less than I was entitled to because I wanted to spare the kids the year at least of scorched earth warfare she would create for all of us if i didnt.

the most common piece of advise I hear from people going through a divorce is: take everything you can now. if you get shit-on in the divorce, you can never get it back. if you get everything now, you always have the option of giving some back (voluntarily)

Bowser
02-04-2009, 11:42 AM
Buddy of mine, (not me) married a "Good Catholic Woman" too. They dated off and on through high school and college. He moved away when he joined the Army. Came back and they hooked up again, got married at a really nice Catholic Church here in Omaha.

Two months later he wakes up to her throwing shoes at him, now this guy is like 5 ft. 10 265lbs. She was 5-4 110lbs. Started throwing punches at him as well. He moved in with me and my wife for a few months.

Come to find out, crazy whore married him just to get divorced so he'd pay half her credit card bills. She waited the exact amount of time needed to pull this off.

Crazy whore.The exact same thing happened to my nephew, although I don't think she was religious, just faucking insane. Too bad, because the kid is as nice as can be (the whole good guys finish last thing can be referenced here).

You're right, there are a lot of hypocrites. But if we never act holier than thou, which we're not supposed to be doing anyway then we don't have to worry about it being thrown up in our face when we screw up. I mess something up every single day an I'll continue to do so until the day I die. When a person becomes a follower of Christ it doesn't mean that we're perfect. We're still human and still prone to the same mistakes and temptations that might befall a non-believer as well.

A little understanding and grace from both sides goes a long way in these cases.

The day you stop eating cabbage soup is the day I stop wondering if there really is a God.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:43 AM
You're right, there are a lot of hypocrites. But if we never act holier than thou, which we're not supposed to be doing anyway then we don't have to worry about it being thrown up in our face when we screw up. I mess something up every single day an I'll continue to do so until the day I die. When a person becomes a follower of Christ it doesn't mean that we're perfect. We're still human and still prone to the same mistakes and temptations that might befall a non-believer as well.

A little understanding and grace from both sides goes a long way in these cases.

Yeah, I just have trouble with a system that faults you for being human, and it gives you goals which are literally impossible unless you are the son of god...

Gonzo
02-04-2009, 11:43 AM
The day you stop eating cabbage soup is the day I stop wondering if there really is a God.

ROFL ROFL ROFL


That's fugging funny right there.

sedated
02-04-2009, 11:44 AM
Come to find out, crazy whore married him just to get divorced so he'd pay half her credit card bills. She waited the exact amount of time needed to pull this off.

they can do that?

seriously, a judge will make a guy pay for some dumb broad's bills from before they met?



...and what is "the exact time needed to pull this off"? I hope its more than a couple of months.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:45 AM
they can do that?

seriously, a judge will make a guy pay for some dumb broad's bills from before they met?



...and what is "the exact time needed to pull this off"? I hope its more than a couple of months.

Good thing my girlfriend does not have a credit card and had college paid for by her parents. And her grad school is completely paid for.

Bowser
02-04-2009, 11:46 AM
they can do that?

seriously, a judge will make a guy pay for some dumb broad's bills from before they met?



...and what is "the exact time needed to pull this off"? I hope its more than a couple of months.

I can't speak for every instance, but in the case of my nephew, he was married to his psycho bitch a grand total of four months, and that includes the seperation.

Gonzo
02-04-2009, 11:48 AM
I can't speak for every instance, but in the case of my nephew, he was married to his psycho bitch a grand total of four months, and that includes the seperation.

The separation time is what killed him. Bitch filled for divorce on the 1 year mark.

Bowser
02-04-2009, 11:51 AM
The separation time is what killed him. Bitch filled for divorce on the 1 year mark.

Yeah, that's right. He was with her for four months until she kicked him out. The divorce didn't come until after the year mark.

Great kid, but young and naive. We have actually floated the idea that this cunt does this shit for a living.

sedated
02-04-2009, 11:52 AM
The separation time is what killed him. Bitch filled for divorce on the 1 year mark.

damn. nice anniversary gift.

I think I'm gonna go run my girlfriend's credit score.

Bi_polar
02-04-2009, 11:52 AM
I want to bang my 'ex' one last time, really hard.

That is all.

Delano
02-04-2009, 11:54 AM
I want to bang my 'ex' one last time, really hard.

That is all.

With a hammer?

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:54 AM
I want to bang my 'ex' one last time, really hard.

That is all.


With a two-by-four?

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 11:54 AM
You're right, there are a lot of hypocrites. But if we never act holier than thou, which we're not supposed to be doing anyway then we don't have to worry about it being thrown up in our face when we screw up. I mess something up every single day an I'll continue to do so until the day I die. When a person becomes a follower of Christ it doesn't mean that we're perfect. We're still human and still prone to the same mistakes and temptations that might befall a non-believer as well.

A little understanding and grace from both sides goes a long way in these cases.


I'm with you in theory, and I try to live this way myself. My post above was just a vent about a very recent poop on my face part of a long long time of being taken advantage of.

I consider myself a christian, when she spent the night with a co-worker in vegas, I tried to believe she didn't really do anything, when she didn't want me to stay in the army reserves, I got out, when she didn't want me to be a cop anymore, I sold office products. all in the name of compromise, love and a good christian marriage. I made mistakes too, no question, and the fact that I made them after hers isn't even an issue in my mind.

But the thing is, if she was truely christian, she would love unconditionally, she would see my good sides, see that I'm not the one taking advantage of her, ever. Not then, during the divorce or even now either. I want to take care of this car issue, and am working on it, but in light of recent personal situation, you would think a good person, or a christian, would show some compassion and understanding. I didn't fight her on the divorce, I didn't fight for the house, I didn't fight for the better car, fight for palimony (she was making three times what I made), or fight her on taken the majority of the credit card debts. Somehow though, I still haven't done enough to keep creditablility/respect in her eyes.

so after five years of feeling emasculated, controled, taken advantage of; am I now the hypocrite for calling her a bitch, or am I only saying enough is enough?

or since during those five years, she changed and expected me to change with her, taking everything she legally could during the divorce that she filed for, and now going to court just because she can; has she been the hypocrite all along?

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:55 AM
With a hammer?

Damn you beating me to it! I had to see if "two-by-four" had hyphens... and if you're wondering, it does.

alpha_omega
02-04-2009, 11:55 AM
This seems to fit the bill, not an ex-wife, but clearly mental.

http://www.kmbc.com/news/18637591/detail.html

Fritz88
02-04-2009, 11:55 AM
Buddy of mine, (not me) married a "Good Catholic Woman" too. They dated off and on through high school and college. He moved away when he joined the Army. Came back and they hooked up again, got married at a really nice Catholic Church here in Omaha.

Two months later he wakes up to her throwing shoes at him, now this guy is like 5 ft. 10 265lbs. She was 5-4 110lbs. Started throwing punches at him as well. He moved in with me and my wife for a few months.

Come to find out, crazy whore married him just to get divorced so he'd pay half her credit card bills. She waited the exact amount of time needed to pull this off.

Crazy whore.

dude

EyePod
02-04-2009, 11:57 AM
I'm with you in theory, and I try to live this way myself. My post above was just a vent about a very recent poop on my face part of a long long time of being taken advantage of.

I consider myself a christian, when she spent the night with a co-worker in vegas, I tried to believe she didn't really do anything, when she didn't want me to stay in the army reserves, I got out, when she didn't want me to be a cop anymore, I sold office products. all in the name of compromise, love and a good christian marriage. I made mistakes too, no question, and the fact that I made them after hers isn't even an issue in my mind.

But the thing is, if she was truely christian, she would love unconditionally, she would see my good sides, see that I'm not the one taking advantage of her, ever. Not then, during the divorce or even now either. I want to take care of this car issue, and am working on it, but in light of recent personal situation, you would think a good person, or a christian, would show some compassion and understanding. I didn't fight her on the divorce, I didn't fight for the house, I didn't fight for the better car, fight for palimony (she was making three times what I made), or fight her on taken the majority of the credit card debts. Somehow though, I still haven't done enough to keep creditablility/respect in her eyes.

so after five years of feeling emasculated, controled, taken advantage of; am I now the hypocrite for calling her a bitch, or am I only saying enough is enough?

or since during those five years, she changed and expected me to change with her, taking everything she legally could during the divorce that she filed for, and now going to court just because she can; has she been the hypocrite all along?

Well, I say FUCK HER. I'm on your side. And good for you on not trying to screw her over to get revenge. I'd say it's best to get as far away as possible from her. Do they have chiefs planet in South America?

Gonzo
02-04-2009, 12:06 PM
I'm with you in theory, and I try to live this way myself. My post above was just a vent about a very recent poop on my face part of a long long time of being taken advantage of.

I consider myself a christian, when she spent the night with a co-worker in vegas, I tried to believe she didn't really do anything, when she didn't want me to stay in the army reserves, I got out, when she didn't want me to be a cop anymore, I sold office products. all in the name of compromise, love and a good christian marriage. I made mistakes too, no question, and the fact that I made them after hers isn't even an issue in my mind.

But the thing is, if she was truely christian, she would love unconditionally, she would see my good sides, see that I'm not the one taking advantage of her, ever. Not then, during the divorce or even now either. I want to take care of this car issue, and am working on it, but in light of recent personal situation, you would think a good person, or a christian, would show some compassion and understanding. I didn't fight her on the divorce, I didn't fight for the house, I didn't fight for the better car, fight for palimony (she was making three times what I made), or fight her on taken the majority of the credit card debts. Somehow though, I still haven't done enough to keep creditablility/respect in her eyes.

so after five years of feeling emasculated, controled, taken advantage of; am I now the hypocrite for calling her a bitch, or am I only saying enough is enough?

or since during those five years, she changed and expected me to change with her, taking everything she legally could during the divorce that she filed for, and now going to court just because she can; has she been the hypocrite all along?



So uh.....Hey bro.....I know some "people" if you know what I mean. ;)

Dave Lane
02-04-2009, 12:19 PM
This seems to fit the bill, not an ex-wife, but clearly mental.

http://www.kmbc.com/news/18637591/detail.html

I had a better one than that :)

bluehawkdoc
02-04-2009, 12:27 PM
I'm with you in theory, and I try to live this way myself. My post above was just a vent about a very recent poop on my face part of a long long time of being taken advantage of.

I consider myself a christian, when she spent the night with a co-worker in vegas, I tried to believe she didn't really do anything, when she didn't want me to stay in the army reserves, I got out, when she didn't want me to be a cop anymore, I sold office products. all in the name of compromise, love and a good christian marriage. I made mistakes too, no question, and the fact that I made them after hers isn't even an issue in my mind.

But the thing is, if she was truely christian, she would love unconditionally, she would see my good sides, see that I'm not the one taking advantage of her, ever. Not then, during the divorce or even now either. I want to take care of this car issue, and am working on it, but in light of recent personal situation, you would think a good person, or a christian, would show some compassion and understanding. I didn't fight her on the divorce, I didn't fight for the house, I didn't fight for the better car, fight for palimony (she was making three times what I made), or fight her on taken the majority of the credit card debts. Somehow though, I still haven't done enough to keep creditablility/respect in her eyes.

so after five years of feeling emasculated, controled, taken advantage of; am I now the hypocrite for calling her a bitch, or am I only saying enough is enough?

or since during those five years, she changed and expected me to change with her, taking everything she legally could during the divorce that she filed for, and now going to court just because she can; has she been the hypocrite all along?

I commend you for your character in the face of obvious betrayal and emotional/monetary loss. Are you a hypocrite? No more than me (or anyone else on this board). We all fall short but you have shown more grace than most even if it was just to protect the kids (which is honorable in itself).

I see this stuff often in my office and usually good people end up better off in the long run. Just because you are a Christian doesn't mean you won't have tragic/sad things happen in your life but God will use all things for His glory. Keep your head up, man.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 12:35 PM
I'm with you in theory, and I try to live this way myself. My post above was just a vent about a very recent poop on my face part of a long long time of being taken advantage of.

I consider myself a christian, when she spent the night with a co-worker in vegas, I tried to believe she didn't really do anything, when she didn't want me to stay in the army reserves, I got out, when she didn't want me to be a cop anymore, I sold office products. all in the name of compromise, love and a good christian marriage. I made mistakes too, no question, and the fact that I made them after hers isn't even an issue in my mind.

But the thing is, if she was truely christian, she would love unconditionally, she would see my good sides, see that I'm not the one taking advantage of her, ever. Not then, during the divorce or even now either. I want to take care of this car issue, and am working on it, but in light of recent personal situation, you would think a good person, or a christian, would show some compassion and understanding. I didn't fight her on the divorce, I didn't fight for the house, I didn't fight for the better car, fight for palimony (she was making three times what I made), or fight her on taken the majority of the credit card debts. Somehow though, I still haven't done enough to keep creditablility/respect in her eyes.

so after five years of feeling emasculated, controled, taken advantage of; am I now the hypocrite for calling her a bitch, or am I only saying enough is enough?

or since during those five years, she changed and expected me to change with her, taking everything she legally could during the divorce that she filed for, and now going to court just because she can; has she been the hypocrite all along?

I'm not going to judge you nor her. There is a segment of the legal community who are TRAINED PROFESSIONALS to charge you money to achieve a legal divorce. They are trained to ensure they will get the most amount of money they possibly can to get that decree. It is not in their best interest to represent an amicable divorce. Every state's laws vary on what each party is entitled to but even in the nastiest of divorces with highly paid attorneys the final divorce decree closely resembles what the law says it's going to be even before you initiate divorce proceedings. If we all know this and we still hire these mercenaries to represent our "best interests" then we kinda deserve what we get.

All that said, I do understand why your ex wants you to transfer that truck into your name. She has a liability and responsibility to that truck plus the property tax issue and further complicated if it's financed. If you were to provide proof of insurance and pay the property tax then I don't think she has anything to complain about. She probably paid more to have the attorney send you a letter than the property tax on that truck cost though.

With regard to all the other stuff... I don't know, man. I know a fine Christian man for whom I've had a lot of respect who stepped out on his wife last year with another woman. He has small children and he's turned that entire family upside down due to his physical needs, ego, and possibly midlife crisis. But I can't judge the guy. I don't know everything about what goes on in that relationship.

I do know that I'm going to encourage every couple on the outs to resolve their issues and provide them with the tools I've been given to assist their marriages. I also know that in my case, I repeated behaviors which led to the destruction of my first marriage even in my second marriage. If I had not been taught how to manage a relationship with a spouse then my current marriage would have inevitably been destroyed by now as well. I know people who have been married 4 and 5 times who continually blame the other party even though they are repeating the same mistakes with each relationship. It's an awful cycle and until we adjust our own behaviors there is absolutely no possible way we can expect our partners to adjust theirs.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 12:38 PM
It's an awful cycle and until we adjust our own behaviors there is absolutely no possible way we can expect our partners to adjust theirs.

Both sides compromising is essential in a successful relationship.

kaplin42
02-04-2009, 12:54 PM
I'm with you in theory, and I try to live this way myself. My post above was just a vent about a very recent poop on my face part of a long long time of being taken advantage of.

I consider myself a christian, when she spent the night with a co-worker in vegas, I tried to believe she didn't really do anything, when she didn't want me to stay in the army reserves, I got out, when she didn't want me to be a cop anymore, I sold office products. all in the name of compromise, love and a good christian marriage. I made mistakes too, no question, and the fact that I made them after hers isn't even an issue in my mind.

But the thing is, if she was truely christian, she would love unconditionally, she would see my good sides, see that I'm not the one taking advantage of her, ever. Not then, during the divorce or even now either. I want to take care of this car issue, and am working on it, but in light of recent personal situation, you would think a good person, or a christian, would show some compassion and understanding. I didn't fight her on the divorce, I didn't fight for the house, I didn't fight for the better car, fight for palimony (she was making three times what I made), or fight her on taken the majority of the credit card debts. Somehow though, I still haven't done enough to keep creditablility/respect in her eyes.

so after five years of feeling emasculated, controled, taken advantage of; am I now the hypocrite for calling her a bitch, or am I only saying enough is enough?

or since during those five years, she changed and expected me to change with her, taking everything she legally could during the divorce that she filed for, and now going to court just because she can; has she been the hypocrite all along?


You are a man of patience is all I can say. I would have lit her on fire and given her dog Antifreeze about 4 1/2 years ago.

Fish
02-04-2009, 01:00 PM
Didn't we just have an "All women are crazy" thread yesterday?

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 01:03 PM
I'm not going to judge you nor her. There is a segment of the legal community who are TRAINED PROFESSIONALS to charge you money to achieve a legal divorce. They are trained to ensure they will get the most amount of money they possibly can to get that decree. It is not in their best interest to represent an amicable divorce. Every state's laws vary on what each party is entitled to but even in the nastiest of divorces with highly paid attorneys the final divorce decree closely resembles what the law says it's going to be even before you initiate divorce proceedings. If we all know this and we still hire these mercenaries to represent our "best interests" then we kinda deserve what we get.

All that said, I do understand why your ex wants you to transfer that truck into your name. She has a liability and responsibility to that truck plus the property tax issue and further complicated if it's financed. If you were to provide proof of insurance and pay the property tax then I don't think she has anything to complain about. She probably paid more to have the attorney send you a letter than the property tax on that truck cost though.

With regard to all the other stuff... I don't know, man. I know a fine Christian man for whom I've had a lot of respect who stepped out on his wife last year with another woman. He has small children and he's turned that entire family upside down due to his physical needs, ego, and possibly midlife crisis. But I can't judge the guy. I don't know everything about what goes on in that relationship.

I do know that I'm going to encourage every couple on the outs to resolve their issues and provide them with the tools I've been given to assist their marriages. I also know that in my case, I repeated behaviors which led to the destruction of my first marriage even in my second marriage. If I had not been taught how to manage a relationship with a spouse then my current marriage would have inevitably been destroyed by now as well. I know people who have been married 4 and 5 times who continually blame the other party even though they are repeating the same mistakes with each relationship. It's an awful cycle and until we adjust our own behaviors there is absolutely no possible way we can expect our partners to adjust theirs.


can I claim to still be venting? I didn't mean to sound like I attacked you, or even have a need for any approval. I was talking to your post. You have always come off to me as a stand up guy.

the car is paid for, titled and insured in my name only. I'll pay the property tax when/if I change the plates, or when I donate it in the next week or two. I claim the vehicle, it's mine. I'm not trying to shy away from that responsibility, but the other issues that affected my finances, put me behind on a bigger more important financial issue to me; my kids - insurance (never missed a payment of) and child support (still over one month behind, been overpaying to catch up). I'm digging out of a hole, trying to stay afloat. I told her all this before she got her lawyer.

BTW-kids aren't hers, she's the step mom, trying to stay in their lives. Funny because she always added frustration to our relationship and the relationship with their mother, because she always acted like they were a burdin she inherited when she married me. And now she's sending gifts to them and visiting them. I think it's out of spite, could be wrong - but past actions lead me to think that.

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 01:04 PM
Both sides compromising is essential in a successful relationship.


I agree whole heartedly.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 01:04 PM
Both sides compromising is essential in a successful relationship.

Very true but that's not the point I'm trying to make.

We cannot change our spouses. We can only control our own behaviors. If we want the behavior of our spouse to change for our benefit then requesting it or discussing it does little good. We have to modify our own behavior. Period. Generally the behavior of our spouse will follow suit.

My wife and I just started the Love Dare last week. I think that will make our already close relationship stronger. But a major turning point in our relationship was participating in a study called Love and Respect. If you can understand that the basic need of women is to feel love and the basic need for men is to feel respected and then act on that knowledge then any marriage will improve. I gained that understanding by reading and discussing that book (Love and Respect) with my wife and peers.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 01:12 PM
can I claim to still be venting? I didn't mean to sound like I attacked you, or even have a need for any approval. I was talking to your post. You have always come off to me as a stand up guy.

the car is paid for, titled and insured in my name only. I'll pay the property tax when/if I change the plates, or when I donate it in the next week or two. I claim the vehicle, it's mine. I'm not trying to shy away from that responsibility, but the other issues that affected my finances, put me behind on a bigger more important financial issue to me; my kids - insurance (never missed a payment of) and child support (still over one month behind, been overpaying to catch up). I'm digging out of a hole, trying to stay afloat. I told her all this before she got her lawyer.

BTW-kids aren't hers, she's the step mom, trying to stay in their lives. Funny because she always added frustration to our relationship and the relationship with their mother, because she always acted like they were a burdin she inherited when she married me. And know she's sending gifts to them and visiting them. I think it's out of spite, could be wrong - but past actions lead me to think that.

I didn't feel attacked at all and I hope I don't sound defensive.

Glad you got the vehicle thing under control. I've received dozens of letters from my ex's attorney. The only consolation I took from them is that each one costs her $200 an hour plus processing, postage, and processing.

With regard to your kids,... tough call. If your other ex is the custodial parent then I'd defer to her judgment on it since it is her goodwill and patience that is most affected. If she's comfortable with your ex seeing her kids then you probably should be as well. Clearly, there's a mother-figure issue there and if your relationship is terminated then there's some grey area. As long as it benefits your children in terms of gifts and quality time with a positive influence then your objection is probably sour grapes on your part. If the lady is negatively influencing your kids against you then that needs to be stopped last week. That's a tough situation and if you attempt to stop it then you're going to look like the bad guy to everybody except in your own mind. I don't envy you that.

Lord forbid if my current marriage ended tomorrow I would absolutely want my wife to continue whatever relationship she desires with my daughters from my first marriage. She's been the "other mother" since they were 3 and 4 so I know there's a maternal bond that transcends any relationship I could wrap my head around.

Emo_Channel_Rick
02-04-2009, 01:16 PM
Very true but that's not the point I'm trying to make.

We cannot change our spouses. We can only control our own behaviors. If we want the behavior of our spouse to change for our benefit then requesting it or discussing it does little good. We have to modify our own behavior. Period. Generally the behavior of our spouse will follow suit.

My wife and I just started the Love Dare last week. I think that will make our already close relationship stronger. But a major turning point in our relationship was participating in a study called Love and Respect. If you can understand that the basic need of women is to feel love and the basic need for men is to feel respected and then act on that knowledge then any marriage will improve. I gained that understanding by reading and discussing that book (Love and Respect) with my wife and peers.

Forget the book and just stick it in her balloon knot. :evil: ROFL

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 01:17 PM
Love and respect is a push for male dominance in a relationship is it not? About wives being submissive to husbands, as some argue scripture dictates? That approach could work for conservative religious folks (not just christians, other religions are patriarchal), but I'm not sure how it would work for people who are more egalitarian.

bluehawkdoc
02-04-2009, 01:20 PM
Phobia, Emerson is the man isn't he? I would also recommend the movie "Fireproof" to anyone. Very convicting and inspiring.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 01:21 PM
Love and respect is a push for male dominance in a relationship is it not? About wives being submissive to husbands, as some argue scripture dictates? That approach could work for conservative religious folks (not just christians, other religions are patriarchal), but I'm not sure how it would work for people who are more egalitarian.

Love and respect as basic needs stand with or without a biblical influence.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 01:23 PM
Phobia, Emerson is the man isn't he? I would also recommend the movie "Fireproof" to anyone. Very convicting and inspiring.

I don't know. I don't follow the man. Don't know anything about him. I believe and adopt some of his teachings though.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 01:27 PM
Love and respect as basic needs stand with or without a biblical influence.I'd tend to think both sides need both love and respect. But that's just me. In any case, "love and respect" is deeply grounded in scripture, is it not? At least everything I've found on it seems to indicate that.

Not that I'm delving all that deep, since I gave up relationships years ago...

bluehawkdoc
02-04-2009, 01:28 PM
I found him to be very entertaining in the Love & Respect DVDs. Check them out if you get a chance.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 01:29 PM
I'd tend to think both sides need both love and respect. But that's just me. In any case, "love and respect" is deeply grounded in scripture, is it not? At least everything I've found on it seems to indicate that.

Not that I'm delving all that deep, since I gave up relationships years ago...

Certainly, both sides need both. The point is that the most basic and strong need for women is to feel loved. The most basic and strong need for men is to feel respected.

I've been through the study and read the book. There was some scriptural reference but not so much that it wouldn't stand on its own. I've recommended the book to several non-believing friends.

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 01:31 PM
I'd tend to think both sides need both love and respect. But that's just me. In any case, "love and respect" is deeply grounded in scripture, is it not? At least everything I've found on it seems to indicate that.

Not that I'm delving all that deep, since I gave up relationships years ago...


it is something that religious counselors will say/use/teach and can do so based upon scriptures, but phobia is saying (and I agree, been to both religious and non-religious counseling) that even non-religious counselors will say that women and men have some basically different physical/emotional needs. Those happen to echo the counsel of religion. Also noting; it's not true in EVERY case, just in the majority.

So, the man doesn't have to be the primary bread winner, but if he's not, it's nice of the woman not to make comments to his manliness because of it.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 01:34 PM
Certainly, both sides need both. The point is that the most basic and strong need for women is to feel loved. The most basic and strong need for men is to feel respected.I tend to think this falls into the whole nature versus nurture argument, that this is only the case if or when an individual is molded that way throughout their developmental years, but I'd be the first to admit I'm no sociologist. Either way, that argument opens larger discussions into the rightness/wrongness of gender rolls in society, which will never be resolved on a bulletin board (or anywhere else).

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 01:44 PM
So, the man doesn't have to be the primary bread winner, but if he's not, it's nice of the woman not to make comments to his manliness because of it.I'm probably one of the few here (on chiefsplanet I mean) who's been through that. It ain't fun, that's for sure.

Course, at the time I was unemployed, and for a long, long time, so it wasn't really a matter of not being the primary bread-winner...

I was having a discussion with someone I work with, who'd been in a situation years ago where his first wife couldn't handle the fact he was a freelancer at the time, that she just couldn't deal with not having a 'steady' paycheck to provide for them. And that to me is such an alien concept, because I can't imagine any sort of relationship (or marriage) where my partner didn't work (a comment on her, not him, although he didn't understand that initially).

I'm not sure why I'm the way I am - I was raised catholic in a rural community, so not really unusual in any way; my parents certainly aren't 'liberal' - but I've never seen myself as a 'provider' or 'protector' (it's not gender reversal either - i see relationships as more of a partnership). 'course, I'm wired differently than most of mainstream society in a lot of ways: I'm not goal- or career-oriented either. For whatever reason, I'm sort of a log floating along in the river of life, going wherever the current takes me.

Anywho, I'm really bored today, apparently, to be talking about serious stuff seriously.

sedated
02-04-2009, 01:55 PM
damn you coffee for turning this into a religious debate. I thought we were all having fun bashing dumb gold-digging whores

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 01:57 PM
damn you coffee for turning this into a religious debate. I thought we were all having fun bashing dumb gold-digging whoresI want to be a dumb gold-digging whore. Find a rich supermodel who likes fat poor guys, marry her and take half of everything.

Lzen
02-04-2009, 01:59 PM
I'm probably one of the few here (on chiefsplanet I mean) who's been through that. It ain't fun, that's for sure.

Course, at the time I was unemployed, and for a long, long time, so it wasn't really a matter of not being the primary bread-winner...

I was having a discussion with someone I work with, who'd been in a situation years ago where his first wife couldn't handle the fact he was a freelancer at the time, that she just couldn't deal with not having a 'steady' paycheck to provide for them. And that to me is such an alien concept, because I can't imagine any sort of relationship (or marriage) where my partner didn't work (a comment on her, not him, although he didn't understand that initially).

I'm not sure why I'm the way I am - I was raised catholic in a rural community, so not really unusual in any way; my parents certainly aren't 'liberal' - but I've never seen myself as a 'provider' or 'protector' (it's not gender reversal either - i see relationships as more of a partnership). 'course, I'm wired differently than most of mainstream society in a lot of ways: I'm not goal- or career-oriented either. For whatever reason, I'm sort of a log floating along in the river of life, going wherever the current takes me.

Anywho, I'm really bored today, apparently, to be talking about serious stuff seriously.

So, you're a homosexual?

NTTAWWT

Bob Dole
02-04-2009, 02:00 PM
they can do that?

seriously, a judge will make a guy pay for some dumb broad's bills from before they met?


Yes.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 02:01 PM
but I've never seen myself as a 'provider' or 'protector' (it's not gender reversal either - i see relationships as more of a partnership).

I think my relationships hit bumps because I'd get confused. Am I supposed to be the strong woman that can provide for us all or am I supposed to be the bubble of serenity ensuring that all in my sphere of influence were protected and happy? I adore adore adore definition. I like to know what we expect from ourselves and eachother. I guess I just don't like it when someone else defines my role for me.

I like your way. I've had strength. I've had pussy. I think I like the combination of both. And it only took me 30 years to find my first example of cooperative loving. Ok, 20. I didn't start dating till I was 10.

Dayze
02-04-2009, 02:06 PM
dang; those are some scary stories.

I'm married once. If it doesn't work out (which no indications otherwise etc)...I'm 'done' with relationships. Period.

I'll get a small house, a used sportbike and start traveling to trackdays often!!

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:09 PM
So, you're a homosexual?

NTTAWWTNo, I'm celibate.

I figured the best way to not have disfunctional relationships was to not have relationships.

:D

kepp
02-04-2009, 02:10 PM
I don't have any. I only enter relationships with sane women.

Wow, I love not being married/dating someone who isn't psycho. Now her mother and aunts are another story.

Is it wrong that I'm silently laughing inside? :doh!:

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:16 PM
I think my relationships hit bumps because I'd get confused. Am I supposed to be the strong woman that can provide for us all or am I supposed to be the bubble of serenity ensuring that all in my sphere of influence were protected and happy? I adore adore adore definition. I like to know what we expect from ourselves and eachother. I guess I just don't like it when someone else defines my role for me.

I like your way. I've had strength. I've had pussy. I think I like the combination of both. And it only took me 30 years to find my first example of cooperative loving. Ok, 20. I didn't start dating till I was 10.Just be you. Problems start when you try to to be who somebody wants you to be instead of who you are. It goes the other way, too. People try so hard to force a match. It either works or it doesn't. That's what I think, at least.

'course I avoid relationships like liver and onions, so what the fuck do I know.

Phobia
02-04-2009, 02:18 PM
Is it wrong that I'm silently laughing inside? :doh!:

You can definitely pick the young guys out based on comments in these types of threads.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:20 PM
You can definitely pick the young guys out based on comments in these types of threads.Makes you want to fast-forward 5 years and see what they have to say.

kepp
02-04-2009, 02:25 PM
I think my relationships hit bumps because I'd get confused. Am I supposed to be the strong woman that can provide for us all or am I supposed to be the bubble of serenity ensuring that all in my sphere of influence were protected and happy? I adore adore adore definition. I like to know what we expect from ourselves and eachother. I guess I just don't like it when someone else defines my role for me.

I like your way. I've had strength. I've had pussy. I think I like the combination of both. And it only took me 30 years to find my first example of cooperative loving. Ok, 20. I didn't start dating till I was 10.

http://i176.photobucket.com/albums/w168/temptationdesigns/housewife.jpg

Any more questions?

sedated
02-04-2009, 02:25 PM
No, I'm celibate.

know how I know you're gay? You just told me you're not sleeping with women anymore.

I just want you to know this is like the first conversation of like three conversations that leads to you being gay. Like... there's this and then in a year it's like, "Oh you know, I kinda wanna, ya know, get back out there but I think I like guys" and then there's the big, "Oh I'm a gay guy now".

<img src="http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/movie/gallery/1149494/photo_05.jpg">

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:27 PM
know how I know you're gay? because you just said you aren't having sex with women anymoreDoes masturbation make you gay? I mean, my hand is a dude's hand.

God, I hope not.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 02:36 PM
Does masturbation make you gay? I mean, my hand is a dude's hand.

God, I hope not.

Monks and armless men would be the only straight men alive in that case my friend. :)

Phobia
02-04-2009, 02:36 PM
damn you coffee for turning this into a religious debate. I thought we were all having fun bashing dumb gold-digging whores

I don't see any religious debate. I see a discussion on marriage and relationships.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:37 PM
Monks and armless men would be the only straight men alive in that case my friend. That just proves my theory that you're all a bunch of fags.

tyton75
02-04-2009, 02:39 PM
Antifreeze...


problem solved

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 02:39 PM
I'm engaged to a sane and awesome girl. And her mother...completely normal and great to me.

Sooo...should I be waiting for the hammer to drop one day or what??

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 02:40 PM
Antifreeze...


problem solved

This seems to solve many problems for many people Mr. Tyton.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:41 PM
Sooo...should I be waiting for the hammer to drop one day or what??Yes.

Although maybe you're in that 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000

*rests from typing*

00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

*rests of typing*

0000000000000000000000000000001% that finds sanity.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 02:46 PM
Yes.

Although maybe you're in that 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000

*rests from typing*

00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

*rests of typing*

0000000000000000000000000000001% that finds sanity.

ROFL hahaha.

...oh wait you are serious. :)

kepp
02-04-2009, 02:47 PM
I'm engaged to a sane and awesome girl. And her mother...completely normal and great to me.

Sooo...should I be waiting for the hammer to drop one day or what??

Don't expect the hammer, but be prepared for it.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 02:48 PM
Don't expect the hammer, but be prepared for it.And don't be surprised if the hammer's named hank. Or bill. Although, hey, it's entirely possible it'll be helen or jill.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 02:50 PM
And don't be surprised if the hammer's named hank. Or bill. Although, hey, it's entirely possible it'll be helen or jill.

ROFL, one of her best friends is named Jill!

If it is her that's the hammer, I'll take pictures and post them.

Jilly
02-04-2009, 02:53 PM
My ex, we've been divorced for 6 years? Just showed up at my office out of the blue while I was pregnant. His excuse? Heard I was pregnant and wanted to see what I looked like that way. He also shows up at my folks house unannounced, just to say hi or brag on the latest toy he's bought - jeep, motorcycle, hot tub.... Not sure if he's trying to rub it in my face or what. I just don't understand why he can't just leave us all alone by this point?

Jilly
02-04-2009, 02:54 PM
ROFL, one of her best friends is named Jill!

If it is her that's the hammer, I'll take pictures and post them.

I dont know anyone going through a divorce....so, it's def not me!

Gonzo
02-04-2009, 02:55 PM
My ex, we've been divorced for 6 years? Just showed up at my office out of the blue while I was pregnant. His excuse? Heard I was pregnant and wanted to see what I looked like that way. He also shows up at my folks house unannounced, just to say hi or brag on the latest toy he's bought - jeep, motorcycle, hot tub.... Not sure if he's trying to rub it in my face or what. I just don't understand why he can't just leave us all alone by this point?

Have you told him to GTFO? That might take care of it.

I take it your parents like him or want to see him?

What an asshole btw.

Jilly
02-04-2009, 02:59 PM
Have you told him to GTFO? That might take care of it.

I take it your parents like him or want to see him?

What an asshole btw.

I am prob too nice, but I never encourage anything. When he showed up that day I said, "well this is what I look like." And then I held the door open like..."Ok, you saw, see ya later." But he came in further and sat down in my office and just started talking. So I just listened but didn't engage....he's just weird. Seriously weird. And my parents are way too nice too.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:00 PM
My ex, we've been divorced for 6 years? Just showed up at my office out of the blue while I was pregnant. His excuse? Heard I was pregnant and wanted to see what I looked like that way. He also shows up at my folks house unannounced, just to say hi or brag on the latest toy he's bought - jeep, motorcycle, hot tub.... Not sure if he's trying to rub it in my face or what. I just don't understand why he can't just leave us all alone by this point?

Might be trying to stay in your life?

My old roommate did that to his ex, and we all gave him hell for it. He just liked to stay in her life just enough so that she could never completely move on.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:01 PM
edit: I'm not saying you haven't moved on or anything, I'm just saying maybe he's trying to do that to you.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:04 PM
You want a somewhat scary ex story:

Bout a year and a half ago, a chick I'd broken things off (badly) with 5 or 6 months earlier showed up about 11 pm one night. As far as I know, she didn't live anywhere remotely close to me at the time (as in within several hours).

Not knocking on my door at 11 pm, no.

I was taking a late walk, as I sometimes do. And she pulled up to the curb in front of me and got out of her car. "Can I get a hug? How are you?"

I'm thinking, at the time, that either she's a vampire or she's about to pull a gun on me.

Not fun.

Shortly after that I decided (again) that I was never getting in another relationship. Ever.

Matter of fact, I'm pretty sure there's a thread on it here somewhere, but I'm not going to dig it up.

Gonzo
02-04-2009, 03:05 PM
I am prob too nice, but I never encourage anything. When he showed up that day I said, "well this is what I look like." And then I held the door open like..."Ok, you saw, see ya later." But he came in further and sat down in my office and just started talking. So I just listened but didn't engage....he's just weird. Seriously weird. And my parents are way too nice too.

Dude, Seriously?


You need to find a way to get this guy gone. It totally sounds like your going to be on an episode of cops any day now.

I can see it now:

The camera crew enters your house, Your husband is in cuffs wearing a wife beater, the ex is on the floor with more holes in him than the 9th green at a municipal golf course in November. Your crying in the corner with a Newport hanging off your lips screaming, "He had it comming! That ass hole knew it too! I told him, GTFO but he kept coming back."

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:08 PM
Dude, Seriously?


You need to find a way to get this guy gone. It totally sounds like your going to be on an episode of cops any day now.

I can see it now:

The camera crew enters your house, Your husband is in cuffs wearing a wife beater, the ex is on the floor with more holes in him than the 9th green at a municipal golf course in November. Your crying in the corner with a Newport hanging off your lips screaming, "He had it comming! That ass hole knew it too! I told him, GTFO but he kept coming back."

is it sad that the most disturbing part of this comment is my husband being in a wife beater? I hope to God that never happens!!!!

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:09 PM
You need to establish a boundary. Be harder now since it's been going on a while, but it sounds like it needs to be done.

Sometimes people just don't get it...

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:09 PM
When I was living in Kansas, but had family in PA I flew home from Kansas State and my gf at the time made a book for me. How sweet right?

She told me not to open it up until I was on the plane. I did.

She had cut out Abercrombie models from the magazine and placed our faces over their faces, and she had cut out a picture of a wedding cake and placed a bubble beside it in which she wrote...do you like this one??

The Kicker.

She had *somehow* (to this day I do not know how) found out where I would be staying in Penna (my grandfather's house) and drawn a map from her house in Olathe to my grandfathers house in PA. With a note beside it that said "in my heart, I'll be here with you".

We had been dating for 3 weeks at this point.

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:10 PM
Might be trying to stay in your life?

My old roommate did that to his ex, and we all gave him hell for it. He just liked to stay in her life just enough so that she could never completely move on.

He's not smart enough to be that manipulative...but part of me wonders if he doesn't regret that he let someone like me walk out of his life. I'm pretty awesome. Thing is, he does have a wife and 2 kids....so I'm not sure why he would need to still stay in touch....liek I said, weird.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 03:11 PM
http://i176.photobucket.com/albums/w168/temptationdesigns/housewife.jpg

Any more questions?

I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.

Breakfast and a blow job.
Get the kids up and ready for school.
Get the mate ready for work.
Get me ready for work.
Lunch sex.
Impressive knowledge of all that exists on the History channel.
Speed Channel.
ESPN.
Ability to fold shirts the Martha Stewart ninja way.
Ability to kill.
Ability to place many subjects in my weight class in a triangle, kimura, or omoplata.
Great cook.
Great baker.
Great kitchen sex.
Darling conversationalist.
Flirty conversationalist.
Stuffy conversationalist.
Fantastic with a stick shift.
Automatic.
Pedals.
Can skate.
Dance.
Skip.
Whistle.
Can erect a tent in the dark, drunk, and stoned.
Has a fascination with finding fire wood.
Can roll a blunt like no one's business.

For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:11 PM
When I was living in Kansas, but had family in PA I flew home from Kansas State and my gf at the time made a book for me. How sweet right?

She told me not to open it up until I was on the plane. I did.

She had cut out Abercrombie models from the magazine and placed our faces over their faces, and she had cut out a picture of a wedding cake and placed a bubble beside it in which she wrote...do you like this one??

The Kicker.

She had *somehow* (to this day I do not know how) found out where I would be staying in Penna (my grandfather's house) and drawn a map from her house in Olathe to my grandfathers house in PA. With a note beside it that said "in my heart, I'll be here with you".

We had been dating for 3 weeks at this point.

oh good God....I hoep you didn't date any longer....

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:11 PM
You want a somewhat scary ex story:

Bout a year and a half ago, a chick I'd broken things off (badly) with 5 or 6 months earlier showed up about 11 pm one night. As far as I know, she didn't live anywhere remotely close to me at the time (as in within several hours).

Not knocking on my door at 11 pm, no.

I was taking a late walk, as I sometimes do. And she pulled up to the curb in front of me and got out of her car. "Can I get a hug? How are you?"

I'm thinking, at the time, that either she's a vampire or she's about to pull a gun on me.

Not fun.

Shortly after that I decided (again) that I was never getting in another relationship. Ever.

Matter of fact, I'm pretty sure there's a thread on it here somewhere, but I'm not going to dig it up.

Normally after that kind of story, your body would be found in a ditch somewhere. Dodged that landmine.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:13 PM
Good god PhillyChiefFan.

Reminds me of that new Taco Bell commercial that runs like 20000 times an hour during all the shows I watch, with the girl giving a guy her number at a party, says 'call me sometime'. 2 seconds later he calls, asks her out to dinner (taco bell of course) and the ad ends with his parents walking up to them saying "is this her?"

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:13 PM
oh good God....I hoep you didn't date any longer....

Actually, we are engaged! :) Kidding.

I broke it off soon after I got back from PA.

yea...she was one of those hot but REALLY crazy chicks.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:16 PM
Good god PhillyChiefFan.

Reminds me of that new Taco Bell commercial that runs like 20000 times an hour during all the shows I watch, with the girl giving a guy her number at a party, says 'call me sometime'. 2 seconds later he calls, asks her out to dinner (taco bell of course) and the ad ends with his parents walking up to them saying "is this her?"

ROFL yes, exactly.

I was waiting for her to introduce me to her parents and say "this is the guy mom, this is THE guy."

Katipan
02-04-2009, 03:16 PM
Good god PhillyChiefFan.

Reminds me of that new Taco Bell commercial that runs like 20000 times an hour during all the shows I watch, with the girl giving a guy her number at a party, says 'call me sometime'. 2 seconds later he calls, asks her out to dinner (taco bell of course) and the ad ends with his parents walking up to them saying "is this her?"

I really like that commercial!

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:16 PM
Actually, we are engaged! :) Kidding.

I broke it off soon after I got back from PA.

yea...she was one of those hot but REALLY crazy chicks.

OH! one of those! I had a best friend like that....I kept telling her the crazy would work if she were hot, but she didn't listen.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:17 PM
Actually, we are engaged! :) Kidding.

I broke it off soon after I got back from PA.

yea...she was one of those hot but REALLY crazy chicks.Terribly sexist thing to say, but degree of hotness often seems to be the inverse equivalent of bitchiness, brains or sheer craziness.

'course, you can say the same thing about guys, too, I'd guess.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:17 PM
Terribly sexist thing to say, but degree of hotness often seems to be the inverse equivalent of bitchiness, brains or sheer craziness.

'course, you can say the same thing about guys, too, I'd guess.

Indeed Mr. keg.

That girl had two scoops of crazy in her.

Inspector
02-04-2009, 03:18 PM
Very true but that's not the point I'm trying to make.

We cannot change our spouses. We can only control our own behaviors. If we want the behavior of our spouse to change for our benefit then requesting it or discussing it does little good. We have to modify our own behavior. Period. Generally the behavior of our spouse will follow suit.

My wife and I just started the Love Dare last week. I think that will make our already close relationship stronger. But a major turning point in our relationship was participating in a study called Love and Respect. If you can understand that the basic need of women is to feel love and the basic need for men is to feel respected and then act on that knowledge then any marriage will improve. I gained that understanding by reading and discussing that book (Love and Respect) with my wife and peers.

Your maturity and knowledge exceed your years man. Good job!

Katipan
02-04-2009, 03:19 PM
Terribly sexist thing to say, but degree of hotness often seems to be the inverse equivalent of bitchiness, brains or sheer craziness.

'course, you can say the same thing about guys, too, I'd guess.

The more attention you get the crazier you are. The hotter you are, the more attention you get.

Thus is the Internet the ultimate equalizer.

sedated
02-04-2009, 03:19 PM
brag on the latest toy he's bought - jeep, motorcycle, hot tub....

my g'f's ex does that, but through texts.

"I got this new car, check out this deck I built, look where I'm going for vacation, I bought this new motorcycle and I'm thinking about racing, etc, etc."

he really just uses his toys (and people's envy) to feel better about himself. he has no friends because he's an image-obsessed shallow prick.

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:20 PM
Terribly sexist thing to say, but degree of hotness often seems to be the inverse equivalent of bitchiness, brains or sheer craziness.

'course, you can say the same thing about guys, too, I'd guess.

wow, I'm not bitchy, dumb or crazy.....so I must be FUGLY!!!

I'm kidding

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:20 PM
I really like that commercial!You say that now. Wait'll you see it a few dozen more more times.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:20 PM
OH! one of those! I had a best friend like that....I kept telling her the crazy would work if she were hot, but she didn't listen.

Weird thing was she seemed completely normal until I started dating her.

When I met her, I thought wow this girl is awesome...why is she single??

......ohhhh

phisherman
02-04-2009, 03:20 PM
And my parents are way too nice too.

hmmm, your dad was never all that nice to me. :D

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:22 PM
hmmm, your dad was never all that nice to me. :D

cuz you SLEPT IN HIS CLASS!!!!! And you never dated his daughter, prob a prerequisite for him to pay special attention to you!

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 03:22 PM
my g'f's ex does that, but through texts.

"I got this new car, check out this deck I built, look where I'm going for vacation, I bought this new motorcycle and I'm thinking about racing, etc, etc."

he really just uses his toys (and people's envy) to feel better about himself. he has no friends because he's an image-obsessed shallow prick.

Gotta love those ex's.

Has he threatened to beat your ass.

Did this guy steal laptops too????

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:25 PM
my g'f's ex does that, but through texts.

"I got this new car, check out this deck I built, look where I'm going for vacation, I bought this new motorcycle and I'm thinking about racing, etc, etc."

he really just uses his toys (and people's envy) to feel better about himself. he has no friends because he's an image-obsessed shallow prick.

my husband absolutely HATES that he even tries to be in touch and understandedly so....

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:25 PM
The more attention you get the crazier you are. The hotter you are, the more attention you get.

Thus is the Internet the ultimate equalizer.Damn right.

Plus you can just pretend to be someone else and nobody will ever know.

I mean, I'm a 6'3 veterinarian with a chiseled body who vacations in monaco when I'm not donating all my free time to charity, just waiting for that perfect girl to show up on match.com.

Really I swear!

Yeah, I know my picture looks exactly like matthew mcconaughey - I've heard that for years and years. It's a curse, I tell you!

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:27 PM
wow, I'm not bitchy, dumb or crazy.....so I must be FUGLY!!!

I'm kiddingThat's why I always throw in the caveat of "often"...

Hell, besides, I'm dumb, crazy and ugly. There's nothing wrong with that. I think of myself as the total package.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:28 PM
Forget the book and just stick it in her balloon knot. :evil: ROFL

I couldn't figure out what you meant until I visualized it. A butthole really does look like that piece at the end of a balloon... LOL!!!

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:31 PM
I tend to think this falls into the whole nature versus nurture argument, that this is only the case if or when an individual is molded that way throughout their developmental years, but I'd be the first to admit I'm no sociologist. Either way, that argument opens larger discussions into the rightness/wrongness of gender rolls in society, which will never be resolved on a bulletin board (or anywhere else).

Good point, except for the last part. Imagine if Hitler had a bulletin board! He wouldn't need to kill million's of Jews. He could just neg rep every single one instead!!!

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:35 PM
No, I'm celibate.

I figured the best way to not have disfunctional relationships was to not have relationships.

:D

So you and you're hand still aren't talking?

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:37 PM
So you and you're hand still aren't talking?Well, I'm sort of in a vicious love triangle. Don't want to risk the left hand finding out what the right hand's doing.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:38 PM
I'm engaged to a sane and awesome girl. And her mother...completely normal and great to me.

Sooo...should I be waiting for the hammer to drop one day or what??

Yes. There's something back there ready to cursh you. Have you gone on vacation with the girl's family yet? That's when I first found out her mom was a psycho. She hadn't taken her medication, and we all just got to Florida, and within about 15 minutes her entire family was crying. So glad that I can now just turn to alcohol in these types of situations!! Here's to being over 21!!!:toast:

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:39 PM
Well, I'm sort of in a vicious love triangle. Don't want to risk the left hand finding out what the right hand's doing.

Crazy Jill and Backwards Jill... always fighting... especially during a good performance...

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:43 PM
When I was living in Kansas, but had family in PA I flew home from Kansas State and my gf at the time made a book for me. How sweet right?

She told me not to open it up until I was on the plane. I did.

She had cut out Abercrombie models from the magazine and placed our faces over their faces, and she had cut out a picture of a wedding cake and placed a bubble beside it in which she wrote...do you like this one??

The Kicker.

She had *somehow* (to this day I do not know how) found out where I would be staying in Penna (my grandfather's house) and drawn a map from her house in Olathe to my grandfathers house in PA. With a note beside it that said "in my heart, I'll be here with you".

We had been dating for 3 weeks at this point.

And you're not murdered?

EyePod
02-04-2009, 03:46 PM
I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.

Breakfast and a blow job.
Get the kids up and ready for school.
Get the mate ready for work.
Get me ready for work.
Lunch sex.
Impressive knowledge of all that exists on the History channel.
Speed Channel.
ESPN.
Ability to fold shirts the Martha Stewart ninja way.
Ability to kill.
Ability to place many subjects in my weight class in a triangle, kimura, or omoplata.
Great cook.
Great baker.
Great kitchen sex.
Darling conversationalist.
Flirty conversationalist.
Stuffy conversationalist.
Fantastic with a stick shift.
Automatic.
Pedals.
Can skate.
Dance.
Skip.
Whistle.
Can erect a tent in the dark, drunk, and stoned.
Has a fascination with finding fire wood.
Can roll a blunt like no one's business.

For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.

I think that I've highlighted all of the important ones.....

Jilly
02-04-2009, 03:48 PM
I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.

Breakfast and a blow job.
Get the kids up and ready for school.
Get the mate ready for work.
Get me ready for work.
Lunch sex.
Impressive knowledge of all that exists on the History channel.
Speed Channel.
ESPN.
Ability to fold shirts the Martha Stewart ninja way.
Ability to kill.
Ability to place many subjects in my weight class in a triangle, kimura, or omoplata.
Great cook.
Great baker.
Great kitchen sex.
Darling conversationalist.
Flirty conversationalist.
Stuffy conversationalist.
Fantastic with a stick shift.
Automatic.
Pedals.
Can skate.
Dance.
Skip.
Whistle.
Can erect a tent in the dark, drunk, and stoned.
Has a fascination with finding fire wood.
Can roll a blunt like no one's business.

For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.


If I got to choose: kitchen sex, erecting the tent, cook, breakfast and a blowjob (the equivalent, anyways), flirty conversationalist

Katipan
02-04-2009, 03:49 PM
I think that I've highlighted all of the important ones.....

Ha! Only nurturing things.

If you're going to be the provider, you should know I like buffalo and deer, but I'm not a big fan of ostrich or alligator.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 03:49 PM
If I got to choose: kitchen sex, erecting the tent, cook, breakfast and a blowjob (the equivalent, anyways), flirty conversationalist

We're so going camping.

raybec 4
02-04-2009, 03:53 PM
I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.

Breakfast and a blow job.
Get the kids up and ready for school.
Get the mate ready for work.
Get me ready for work.
Lunch sex.
Impressive knowledge of all that exists on the History channel.
Speed Channel.
ESPN.
Ability to fold shirts the Martha Stewart ninja way.
Ability to kill.
Ability to place many subjects in my weight class in a triangle, kimura, or omoplata.
Great cook.
Great baker.
Great kitchen sex.
Darling conversationalist.
Flirty conversationalist.
Stuffy conversationalist.
Fantastic with a stick shift.
Automatic.
Pedals.
Can skate.
Dance.
Skip.
Whistle.
Can erect a tent in the dark, drunk, and stoned.
Has a fascination with finding fire wood.
Can roll a blunt like no one's business.

For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.
I would let you put me in a triangle or an omoplata or even a gogoplata but I would pass on the kimura

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 03:55 PM
Maybe I am gay, I can't find 5 things on that list.

'course it could be that only 3 of them directly involve sex. Unless you mean "erect a tent" the same way my demented mind does, and then we're up to 4.

EyePod
02-04-2009, 04:04 PM
Ha! Only nurturing things.

If you're going to be the provider, you should know I like buffalo and deer, but I'm not a big fan of ostrich or alligator.

I love deer. I've never had the others.....

EyePod
02-04-2009, 04:06 PM
Maybe I am gay, I can't find 5 things on that list.

'course it could be that only 3 of them directly involve sex. Unless you mean "erect a tent" the same way my demented mind does, and then we're up to 4.

The worst part is that 2 of them are food and sex... she does mean at the same time, right? Breakfast while getting a blow job... and Lunch while having sex... nothing like a ham and cheese sandwhich being eaten off of your lovers chest.... except for when the crumbs get down there....

Fritz88
02-04-2009, 04:07 PM
Terribly sexist thing to say, but degree of hotness often seems to be the inverse equivalent of bitchiness, brains or sheer craziness.

'course, you can say the same thing about guys, too, I'd guess.

that seems to be the case in general .

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 04:07 PM
The worst part is that 2 of them are food and sex... she does mean at the same time, right? Breakfast while getting a blow job... and Lunch while having sex... nothing like a ham and cheese sandwhich being eaten off of your lovers chest.... except for when the crumbs get down there....Hey, if she wants to blow me while I down some eggs benedict, who am I to say 'no'?

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:09 PM
I would let you put me in a triangle or an omoplata or even a gogoplata but I would pass on the kimura

ROFL I don't blame you.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:10 PM
Maybe I am gay, I can't find 5 things on that list.

'course it could be that only 3 of them directly involve sex. Unless you mean "erect a tent" the same way my demented mind does, and then we're up to 4.

Oh my. Now I have a challenge.

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 04:11 PM
Hey, if she wants to blow me while I down some eggs benedict, who am I to say 'no'?



what if it's make you a bowl of cereal and go blow the neighbor

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:12 PM
I love deer. I've never had the others.....

I've only had deer and buffalo as jerky. Which I love. I've had burgers made of ostrich and alligator. Really quite gross.

Everyone says the alligator tastes like chicken. Tastes like alligator to me.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:13 PM
what if it's make you a bowl of cereal and go blow the neighbor

You read my divorce papers!

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 04:13 PM
what if it's make you a bowl of cereal and go blow the neighborAs long as she doesn't expect me to kiss her after. I mean, I'm still getting breakfast without getting off my ass, so it's not a total loss.

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 04:14 PM
You read my divorce papers!



are you my ex?

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 04:14 PM
are you my ex?I'm not sure, I think she's mine.

crazycoffey
02-04-2009, 04:15 PM
I'm not sure, I think she's mine.


LOL

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:18 PM
ROFL

PunkinDrublic
02-04-2009, 04:30 PM
Well this thread has officially convinced me. It's one night stands and prostitutes from here on out.

Dicky McElephant
02-04-2009, 05:10 PM
I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.

Breakfast and a blow job.
Get the kids up and ready for school.
Get the mate ready for work
Get me ready for work.
Lunch sex.
Impressive knowledge of all that exists on the History channel.
Speed Channel.
ESPN.
Ability to fold shirts the Martha Stewart ninja way.
Ability to kill.
Ability to place many subjects in my weight class in a triangle, kimura, or omoplata.
Great cook.
Great baker.
Great kitchen sex.
Darling conversationalist.
Flirty conversationalist.
Stuffy conversationalist.
Fantastic with a stick shift.
Automatic.
Pedals.
Can skate.
Dance.
Skip.
Whistle.
Can erect a tent in the dark, drunk, and stoned.
Has a fascination with finding fire wood.
Can roll a blunt like no one's business.

For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.

These....how much for these?

kepp
02-04-2009, 05:21 PM
I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.
...
For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.

I don't mean this in a bad way...just an observation...but you're fairly controlling, huh? The person you need to be looking for isn't the one who chooses the right things from your lists or allows you to be one of your pre-conceived personas. Those things are just self-protection mechanisms that allow you to hold on to your control. You need to find someone who makes you feel comfortable with laying down your control. /DR_PHIL

Katipan
02-04-2009, 05:24 PM
I don't mean this in a bad way...just an observation...but you're fairly controlling, huh? The person you need to be looking for isn't the one who chooses the right things from your lists or allows you to be one of your pre-conceived personas. Those things are just self-protection mechanisms that allow you to hold on to your control. You need to find someone who makes you feel comfortable with laying down your control. /DR_PHIL

The list was a joke. I can't really whistle.

The rest I can own up to. I know I don't want the control but a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.

keg in kc
02-04-2009, 06:33 PM
The list was a joke. I can't really whistle.

The rest I can own up to. I know I don't want the control but a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.There's people who'll pay good money for you to be in control. Add leather, some handcuffs and a whip to that list and you're golden.

Over-Head
02-04-2009, 07:44 PM
My former was an:
Acadian French,
Red headded,
Jehovah's Witness.

Nuff Said :eek: :fire: :eek:

DomerNKC
02-04-2009, 07:56 PM
Phobia, Emerson is the man isn't he? I would also recommend the movie "Fireproof" to anyone. Very convicting and inspiring.total pro-christian propaganda. Horrible storyline, Incredibly poor acting, and totally over simplified. Probably the worst piece of crap movie EVER made.

kstater
02-04-2009, 08:12 PM
I don't have any. I only enter relationships with sane women.



Hate to break it to you, but that's not possible.

PhillyChiefFan
02-04-2009, 08:28 PM
I've only had deer and buffalo as jerky. Which I love. I've had burgers made of ostrich and alligator. Really quite gross.

Everyone says the alligator tastes like chicken. Tastes like alligator to me.

Peppered Deer Jerky or Teryaki Deer Jerky is amazing.

I have had rattlesnake before. Not bad, tastes like tough chicken.

My grandmothers half brother is cajun. They eat some weird shit down on the bayou.

Marcellus
02-04-2009, 08:58 PM
I had an ex-not wife (the ex wife is too long a story to type) come over to my house after a first date with a girl I met a while after breaking it off with her crazy ass.

She brought 3 guys with her with me not knowing and lured me out of the house by trying to beat the shit out of my date as she was leaving and the 3 guys beat on me for about 5 minutes.

My date (co-worker at the time) got the window broken out of her car as she drove off while a guy sat on me with 2 others holding me down, trying to knock all my teeth out.

It was a good time. The best part was after I got loose and the ex and her friends left the cops showed up (called by my date).

I answered the door all bloody with my lips the size of a couple of bananas from the beating and a female cop is standing there.
She says "want to tell me what happened" and I said "nothing major just my ex and couple of her "friends" came over and this is what happened."

She looks at me completely serious and says

"A bunch of women did this to you?"

I never got another date with the new girl.

Skip Towne
02-04-2009, 09:02 PM
Huh, imagine that.

Groves
02-04-2009, 09:34 PM
This is why I can't stand christians. I know you all aren't bad, but they're just so many ****ing hypocrites. But they get absolved of their sins so they don't have to feel as guilty about it.

Repeat after me, and life will make a lot more sense:

"Not everyone who says they're a Christian is a Christian, and for the love of God, certainly not everyone who goes to church is a Christian."

I've got enough problems screwing up myself without scads of churchgoingyetnotbelieving people further ruining our image. Wouldn't it be great if God saw through all of this to see hearts?

JOhn
02-04-2009, 10:34 PM
Posted one a while back, concerning the Ex having the cops come to my house. To bad the whole thing backfired on her.

But don't want to post it again as she does have an account, and really don't need the drama again.:rolleyes:

Pioli Zombie
02-04-2009, 11:56 PM
Count me as a christian who hates fireproof because its basically my insane ex wifes version of our marraige. Its all my fault. She is perfectly wonderful. And it was all up to me to change. And I suppose if I coughed up 24k like in the movie that would help. Fireproof is wimpified christianity, the wife never asks for forgiveness. Why?
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Skip Towne
02-05-2009, 12:14 AM
I think I shall alter your idea and just offer my special talents a la carte.

Breakfast and a blow job.
Get the kids up and ready for school.
Get the mate ready for work.
Get me ready for work.
Lunch sex.
Impressive knowledge of all that exists on the History channel.
Speed Channel.
ESPN.
Ability to fold shirts the Martha Stewart ninja way.
Ability to kill.
Ability to place many subjects in my weight class in a triangle, kimura, or omoplata.
Great cook.
Great baker.
Great kitchen sex.
Darling conversationalist.
Flirty conversationalist.
Stuffy conversationalist.
Fantastic with a stick shift.
Automatic.
Pedals.
Can skate.
Dance.
Skip.
Whistle.
Can erect a tent in the dark, drunk, and stoned.
Has a fascination with finding fire wood.
Can roll a blunt like no one's business.

For relationships lasting 6+ months, they can pick 5 things. Less than 6, then 3 things. More than 12... um... I don't really know. Only guy (so far) I dated longer than that was my psycho ex husband and I'm pretty sure none of that stuff worked on him.

A la carte, huh? OK, How much is the breakfast and blowjob? Just so I'll know.

Phobia
02-05-2009, 12:25 AM
Count me as a christian who hates fireproof because its basically my insane ex wifes version of our marraige. Its all my fault. She is perfectly wonderful. And it was all up to me to change. And I suppose if I coughed up 24k like in the movie that would help. Fireproof is wimpified christianity, the wife never asks for forgiveness. Why?
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Probably because she hasn't figured out how to have a healthy, loving relationship yet. We don't pop out knowing how to conduct a marriage, we generally learn from our parents and if their marriage is dysfunctional then we're kinda screwed right from the beginning.

patteeu
02-05-2009, 01:34 AM
You want a somewhat scary ex story:

Bout a year and a half ago, a chick I'd broken things off (badly) with 5 or 6 months earlier showed up about 11 pm one night. As far as I know, she didn't live anywhere remotely close to me at the time (as in within several hours).

Not knocking on my door at 11 pm, no.

I was taking a late walk, as I sometimes do. And she pulled up to the curb in front of me and got out of her car. "Can I get a hug? How are you?"

I'm thinking, at the time, that either she's a vampire or she's about to pull a gun on me.

Not fun.

Shortly after that I decided (again) that I was never getting in another relationship. Ever.

Matter of fact, I'm pretty sure there's a thread on it here somewhere, but I'm not going to dig it up.

Repost!

Count Alex's Losses
02-05-2009, 02:08 AM
I consider myself a christian

This is the funniest post in the history of this board. LMAO

Sully
02-05-2009, 12:20 PM
my husband absolutely HATES that he even tries to be in touch and understandedly so....

I mean...really...
Why the hell does he need to just pop up all the time? It's stupid.

JASONSAUTO
02-05-2009, 12:23 PM
I mean...really...
Why the hell does he need to just pop up all the time? It's stupid.

if it was me i would put a stop to it, he's probably trying to fuck with you as much as her

Jilly
02-05-2009, 12:27 PM
I mean...really...
Why the hell does he need to just pop up all the time? It's stupid.

you're right, it is... so far though, nothing to be heard from...so let's hope it's over!!

Sully
02-05-2009, 12:28 PM
if it was me i would put a stop to it, he's probably trying to **** with you as much as her

The guy has never met me. He should have no beef with me.
And considering the disdain he showed for her while they were married, I can't imagine why he is suddenly so interested in her friendship. It gets on my last nerve.

Jilly
02-05-2009, 12:31 PM
The guy has never met me. He should have no beef with me.
And considering the disdain he showed for her while they were married, I can't imagine why he is suddenly so interested in her friendship. It gets on my last nerve.

ummm...maybe it's cuz I'm so damn awesome

JASONSAUTO
02-05-2009, 02:01 PM
The guy has never met me. He should have no beef with me.
And considering the disdain he showed for her while they were married, I can't imagine why he is suddenly so interested in her friendship. It gets on my last nerve.

male dominance, seems like he still wants to have a little bit of control. my wife's ex did this for a while, then it got ugly. thats when i had to step in. not really a good thing.

Jilly
02-05-2009, 02:32 PM
male dominance, seems like he still wants to have a little bit of control. my wife's ex did this for a while, then it got ugly. thats when i had to step in. not really a good thing.

he's just a douche is all... he's too stupid to really play any games like that

gblowfish
02-05-2009, 03:49 PM
My wifey and I keep all our finances separate. I have my paycheck, my credit cards. She has her paycheck, her credit cards. Nothing crosses. I figure up the bills, she pays her half. Works great, no hard feelings, she's helped me when I was having a hard time making ends meet, I paid her back when things got better.

I think that's the way to go.

And, for those of you who married psycho bitches... All the late great Sam Kinison would say is....


AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!!!

MOhillbilly
02-05-2009, 04:49 PM
I own my place. why would i wanna get married?

bogey
02-05-2009, 04:59 PM
I own my place. why would i wanna get married?


Say no more. Continue getting laid and enjoy your life.
(until you're ready, or want to be a Daddy)

Pioli Zombie
02-05-2009, 09:18 PM
We have joint custody split all kids expenses. Suddenly she wants to claim both on the taxes. Why? Cuz that's why.this time I'm not caving already been raked over the coals enough thank you
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Jilly
03-05-2009, 01:07 PM
he's just a douche is all... he's too stupid to really play any games like that

So, I walk out of the church today to go get a sammie from Goodcents, guess who is playing in the church's park? My ex, his wife and their two kids. What the hell?

Pioli Zombie
03-05-2009, 01:49 PM
Ouch!!!! I'm sorry. Why is he bringing them to your churches park? Guh

My ex is taking our kids on a camping trip with my old church lifegroup.

Why do they do crap like that?
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CoMoChief
03-05-2009, 01:51 PM
My best friend and his wife got a divorce over Myspace...........not even fuckin kidding. She's fucking nuts/ no where near mature enough to get married in the first place.

Jilly
03-05-2009, 01:53 PM
Ouch!!!! I'm sorry. Why is he bringing them to your churches park? Guh

My ex is taking our kids on a camping trip with my old church lifegroup.

Why do they do crap like that?
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I sorta feel like he was bragging, "see, look how happy I am because this wife is already talking about having a third kid!" The thing is is that I am So happy he's happy. I couldn't do that for him, I'm glad someone can. I just went up to his wife, introduced myself, complimented the children and talked about baby stuff with her as if he wasn't there...I don't have anything against any of them. He was a dick, sure, but even dicks deserve to be happy.

keg in kc
03-05-2009, 01:55 PM
My best friend and his wife got a divorce over Myspace...........not even ****in kidding. She's ****ing nuts/ no where near mature enough to get married in the first place.Do you mean due to myspace, or on myspace?

Pioli Zombie
03-05-2009, 01:56 PM
I sorta feel like he was bragging, "see, look how happy I am because this wife is already talking about having a third kid!" The thing is is that I am So happy he's happy. I couldn't do that for him, I'm glad someone can. I just went up to his wife, introduced myself, complimented the children and talked about baby stuff with her as if he wasn't there...I don't have anything against any of them. He was a dick, sure, but even dicks deserve to be happy.

How long have you been divorced? You sound so mature about it. I'm still in sam kinison mode.
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keg in kc
03-05-2009, 01:58 PM
How long have you been divorced? You sound so mature about it. I'm still in sam kinison mode.
Posted via Mobile DeviceIt doesn't take long. I still talk about my ex-wife 5 years later but it's basically because she's a good source of comedy material. She was out of my system in a matter of months. You'll be fine.

Jilly
03-05-2009, 02:00 PM
How long have you been divorced? You sound so mature about it. I'm still in sam kinison mode.
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It's probably easier for me because I fell in real love shortly after the divorce and realized how horrible that marriage was and how stupid I was to have even been in it. WE got married at 19, pretty much because I was too stubborn to admit that I was wrong.

CoMoChief
03-05-2009, 02:01 PM
Do you mean due to myspace, or on myspace?

Heh, due to myspace is what I meant.

CoMoChief
03-05-2009, 02:02 PM
How long have you been divorced? You sound so mature about it. I'm still in sam kinison mode.
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I'm still in Eddie Kennison mode.

Katipan
03-05-2009, 02:03 PM
I'm still in Eddie Kennison mode.

You feel like dropping things??

Pioli Zombie
03-05-2009, 02:04 PM
It doesn't take long. I still talk about my ex-wife 5 years later but it's basically because she's a good source of comedy material. She was out of my system in a matter of months. You'll be fine.

Its been a year for me. But I think its the financial ramifications that don't go away. I was lucky around custody and that we don't pay any support to each other but to end the war for the kids sake I walked away with nothing. she got it all and still complains. So when I'm struggling to keep my head up over water its all right there in my face. But at least I don't have tpo be constantly beaten down by her 24/7 anymore. I'd rather live in my car.
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keg in kc
03-05-2009, 02:08 PM
Kids complicate things. I didn't have to deal with that thank the maker.

I'd say you sound like you're dealing with it alright. It gets easier with time.

Pioli Zombie
03-05-2009, 02:11 PM
Kids complicate things. I didn't have to deal with that thank the maker.

I'd say you sound like you're dealing with it alright. It gets easier with time.

Yeah. I'm not picking fights with people on CP as much anymore :)

What I need is to find a rich girlfriend.
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stevieray
03-05-2009, 02:12 PM
two words..move on.

and a bunch more...I know somtimes that's hard..take the bad experience and use it for good down the road.

most here have had their heart broken at one point or another...it's funny to look back and see how horrible it felt, then realize how silly I was at the time to let it consume in one way or another....

...life truly does go on.

keg in kc
03-05-2009, 02:18 PM
What I need is to find a rich girlfriend.That's my plan.

Sully
03-05-2009, 02:56 PM
So, I walk out of the church today to go get a sammie from Goodcents, guess who is playing in the church's park? My ex, his wife and their two kids. What the hell?

Mother fucker...
I'm so sick of this shit.

SnakeXJones
03-05-2009, 03:01 PM
My soon-to-be-ex wife about a week or 2 ago sent me a text saying that she wants a divorce. I shouldnt never married a cali valley girl lol sorry dont want to post any stories right now but i will soon

keg in kc
03-05-2009, 03:02 PM
Divorce by text. Welcome to the 21st century, lmao.

(I shouldn't laugh, but, well...)

Katipan
03-05-2009, 03:04 PM
My soon-to-be-ex wife about a week or 2 ago sent me a text saying that she wants a divorce. I shouldnt never married a cali valley girl lol sorry dont want to post any stories right now but i will soon

Oh. My God.

Like totally fuck you.

We like fucking totally rock.

Totally.

Not to mention the Valley is the porn capital of the world... Course... I'm a divorced valley girl... so maybe I should just shut up.

Jenson71
03-05-2009, 03:05 PM
hey, whtup...i need dvrce kthxby

Count Alex's Losses
03-05-2009, 03:07 PM
fuckin valley girls unfffffff

post her picture

Jilly
03-05-2009, 03:08 PM
Mother ****er...
I'm so sick of this shit.

yeah. I know. This one was strange. I think it was just to show off though...as if I cared.

Sully
03-05-2009, 03:11 PM
yeah. I know. This one was strange. I think it was just to show off though...as if I cared.

It wasn't to show for you. It was to show off for her. "see how cool my ex is? Why can't you be that cool?"
You yourself said she was homely.
Guy's really getting on my nerves. You guys aren't buddies.

Katipan
03-05-2009, 03:13 PM
How do you know he thinks his current whateveryouwannacallit isn't cool?

Jilly
03-05-2009, 03:14 PM
It wasn't to show for you. It was to show off for her. "see how cool my ex is? Why can't you be that cool?"
You yourself said she was homely.
Guy's really getting on my nerves. You guys aren't buddies.

you think? I don't care one way or the other....seems like he's gotten what he wanted in life, she's already talking about having another child. She seemed nice in spite of her homeliness?

Sully
03-05-2009, 03:16 PM
How do you know he thinks his current whateveryouwannacallit isn't cool?

I'm biased, but anyone is a huge step down from jilly.
And if this guy "got the kind of girl he wanted," he's most likely bored, in every way, and realizing the grass wasn't greener.

Jenson71
03-05-2009, 03:19 PM
If the girl was any better, there would be no reason to come around and see Jilly.

Delano
03-05-2009, 03:19 PM
She seemed nice in spite of her homeliness?

ROFLROFLROFL

kaplin42
03-05-2009, 03:19 PM
Oh. My God.

Like totally **** you.

We like ****ing totally rock.

Totally.

Not to mention the Valley is the porn capital of the world... Course... I'm a divorced valley girl... so maybe I should just shut up.

Heh, you live in the valley? So do I, small world.

Jilly
03-05-2009, 03:26 PM
If the girl was any better, there would be no reason to come around and see Jilly.

to brag and say, SEE, she can give me what you never wanted to? See, even though you left me, I'm happy? At least, that's what I feel he's doing.

Katipan
03-05-2009, 03:28 PM
Heh, you live in the valley? So do I, small world.

I did until I was 18 :)

Did you grow up or graduate there?

Katipan
03-05-2009, 03:28 PM
I'm biased, but anyone is a huge step down from jilly.
And if this guy "got the kind of girl he wanted," he's most likely bored, in every way, and realizing the grass wasn't greener.

Totally agree with you on the Jilly thing. And I don't even know the ugly stupid new bitch.

But that seemed more like a thing for Jilly's benefit. Not the new girl's...

SnakeXJones
03-05-2009, 03:29 PM
Oh. My God.

Like totally **** you.

We like ****ing totally rock.

Totally.

Not to mention the Valley is the porn capital of the world... Course... I'm a divorced valley girl... so maybe I should just shut up.

lmao somewhat like that

Jenson71
03-05-2009, 03:33 PM
to brag and say, SEE, she can give me what you never wanted to? See, even though you left me, I'm happy? At least, that's what I feel he's doing.

Nah. If he was truly content, he wouldn't have bothered.

Maybe they are trying to convert parishoners though. Could be an epic Protestant battle in the streets.

kaplin42
03-05-2009, 03:34 PM
I did until I was 18 :)

Did you grow up or graduate there?

I'm envious that you moved away, I hate it here. Did you stay in state, or move east a bit?

And yes I grew up and graduated here.

Katipan
03-05-2009, 04:13 PM
I'm envious that you moved away, I hate it here. Did you stay in state, or move east a bit?

And yes I grew up and graduated here.

I decided at 18 I was going to go see the world. So I got as far as Phoenix and stopped. 12 years later I'm somehow in Waterloo.

I miss home. Tho everytime I fly into Burbank and I see that every possible square inch of land has a building on it or a car parked on it... I think I might miss it a little less.

Jilly
03-05-2009, 04:21 PM
Nah. If he was truly content, he wouldn't have bothered.

Maybe they are trying to convert parishoners though. Could be an epic Protestant battle in the streets.

It could be, she's hispanic, so it might be that it's a catholic/protestant thing.

Pioli Zombie
03-05-2009, 09:57 PM
It could be, she's hispanic, so it might be that it's a catholic/protestant thing.
Did he go to this church?
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Pioli Zombie
03-06-2009, 05:40 AM
Did I mention all the debt that piled up from the seperation and divorce costs and the period of unemployment ( not divorce related but just added to the fun) so I'm pretty sure I'll have to file bankruptcy on top of it. So it feels like its never going away.
I don't regret marrying her because I wouldn't have the children but maaaaaaaaaaaan
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