Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 19:19:06
ID: 46991
Telling your spouse you wish he'd die is not dark sick joke "ffs" over dishes. FOH. And now all of sudden the story changes in 46986. What's absurd is you OP. If you are fighting BECAUSE OF DISHES that you need marriage counseling, it is still beyond dishes. There is more going on with you two. Perhaps it's YOU that's the problem for being so fucking dramatic over a god damn dish. I can't with you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 18:34:12
ID: 46988
Surely nobody really thought the op wanted her dh dead over how he did the dishes?! Omg everything is taken soooo literally around here. I guess sarcasm is hard to pick up online.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 18:22:52
ID: 46986
In response to a confession. It's a dark sick joke ffs. I hate how he does the dishes. It's literally like the only thing we fight over anymore. I tell him very calmly that the way he does the dishes makes me wish he was dead and I could get the insurance money. Then he asks me how quickly I would have all my boyfriends move in with me and I say right after the funeral. All these people on here saying they have such good sense's of humor. Really, not one person saw the absolute absurdity of me telling my dh that I wish him dead because of how does the dishes? That we need to go to marriage counseling because of the dishes? Wow.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 18:21:18
ID: 46985
In response to a confession. I have been staying out this fight, mostly because I agree somewhat with both sides. The OP could use support and empathy, but I think she also needs honest feedback. But this: " she's repeatedly said THAT SHE'S FUCKING LEAVING HIM" stood out to me. This OP has posted before, and she has said that she is leaving him, and she doesn't. She finds a way to excuse his behavior, and stays with him until she can't stand it again. I guess I could be wrong and it is a different person than the past, but the writing styles are so similar I really believe that this not the first time (nor the first year) that OP says she is leaving. So encouragement, and maybe a kick in the pants, could be in order here.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 17:37:03
ID: 46983
In response to a confession. I thought so too, but I don't think a new dishwasher would solve the marriage crisis. She seems pretty hell bent about her husband leaving this earth. It goes beyond being upset about dishes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 17:08:30
ID: 46971
I'm trying to imagine here - would getting a new dishwasher (must be cheaper than all that counseling copays) solve their marriage crisis? Is it like couples that argue about the kids and once super nanny comes and fixes the behaviors all is better? Not to make light...
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 16:28:22
ID: 46982
In response to a confession. Agreed..she seems like a candidate for that show 'Snapped '. I get we all have our gripes about our spouses but damn, I would never wish my dh dead for leaving the toilet seat up. And tell him that!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 07:04:07
ID: 46967
In response to a confession. I was going to say just get a new damn dishwasher, but you saying to your DH's face that you hoped he died is pretty fucked up. You need counseling before your marriage does. Like damn OP, that's some serious shit to say to your spouse...because of dishes??! Wow.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 01:27:19
ID: 46958
In response to a confession. Confused my ass. The "encouraging" is condescending bullshit. She obviously knows she can do better because she's repeatedly said THAT SHE'S FUCKING LEAVING HIM. Jesus. Reading comprehension. Saying shit like "omg, op, like, I totally don't understand why you don't leave him," when she's said multiple fucking times that she is planning to divorce him, translates into nothing more than someone feeding their own ego by being condescending. Leave her alone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-26 21:55:44
ID: 46960
I hate that he's still on my mind, and pops up in my dreams. It's been 20 years. And running into his mother, who told me I was the one that got away (he had told her this recently) didn't help. Glad he lives 16 hours away.I'm married so nothing can happen, but if I ever get divorced or widowed I'm for sure looking him up. I need closure either way!
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