Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 20:51:29
ID: 47297
In response to a confession. It isn't your place to question someone's marriage based on the husband's poor reading comprehension. Believing it's your right and duty to do so is a sign of emotional immaturity. These aren't dissenting opinions. This is about baseless accusations. You don't know know squat about someone's marriage because they vented when they were angry.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 20:48:36
ID: 47300
When I send my DH to the store, (not very often, the grocery is store is right in my commute) he comes home with cookies & bacon. He gets what's on the list, but he also gets cookies & bacon. Every time. It's kind of a thing now, he's done it so many times. And that's okay.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 19:53:18
ID: 47322
In response to a confession. how about a cock ring that vibrates..he wears it and not uncomfortable for him. And good for you in many positions. And not necessarily a toy, but tie his ass up and go to town!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 19:24:56
ID: 47321
My DH is hilarious when he is really, really horny. He will do and agree to everything.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 17:48:49
ID: 47317
I want to get a sex toy to spice up things in the bedroom and would like suggestions....maybe something more small and subtle, not like a big dildo or vibrator. Something different, but I don't even know where to start (I didn't post on sex board because it's so slow). TIA ladies.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 16:08:58
ID: 47309
All throughout my late teens and my early 20s, every man I was ever interested in was either A. completely uninterested or B. interested only so he could treat me like a piece of shit, manipulate and emotionally abuse me. So now I've fallen into the trap of always going for "safe" guys who are far more into me than I am into them. I'm doing a lot of therapy work and have just come to this realisation, even though it's completely obvious now I've realised the pattern. And I think I'd rather be single forever than be in a relationship with someone I don't really love. Kinda in limbo and scared of the future right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 15:52:29
ID: 47296
In response to a confession. I just love how people think they can attack someone's marriage, based on a few words written when someone was angry, and then play innocent when people defend themselves. Don't want people to get angry, don't repeatedly provoke them. That's called bullying, and these last few days are a perfect example.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 07:52:13
ID: 47295
I'm exhausted. IDK what i posted.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 07:51:13
ID: 47294
I don't know, the people that post here about hubby buying laundry soap when you clearly wrote body wash are not ready to leave their husbands. If they were, they most likely aren't doing it because the dh is "incompetent" at grocery shopping. I believe there have been a few breakups/divorces on here since I've been visiting this site since the start. And I'm pretty sure they divorced their husbands because they were abusive and legitimately incompetent complete soulless person, not because he bought soda instead of mik and cheetos imstead of steak.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-04 06:15:25
ID: 47286
It's not only GS, but as soon as some one has a dissenting opinion that people don't like, everybody freaks right out. Not sure why questioning a relationship with a man who has the reading comprehension of a 5 year old is wrong....
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