Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-05 11:13:02
ID: 52516
I still remember when I broke up with my ex husband. He'd been out of the house for almost 3 months and had the audacity to show up, sit me down, and very seriously inform me that I would never, ever find someone like him. I laughed in his face and threw him out. That's the fucking point, bro! Sorry, not sorry
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-05 11:12:20
ID: 52519
I've had affairs before, and been fine. This time, I am moody, angry, easily upset, guilty-ridden.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-05 11:08:25
ID: 52515
OP of husband stinking up the bathroom. We actually HAVE a product similar to PooPourri called VIPoo, but half the time he forgets to use it and then tries to mask the odor with fragrance spray. Yuck! Side note, VIPoo has a new product made for stinky shoes. I haven't tried it yet; just happened to see it in the drugstore the other day.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-05 00:14:50
ID: 52520
Your husband is such a pig! Why on earth are you still with him??
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-04 18:51:54
ID: 52517
In response to a confession. Well, that usually what goes wrong in relationship, isn't it? One or both people feel underappreciated, and think they are giving more than they are getting. And that means they think the other person will realize how good they had it after the breakup. Which hardly ever happens!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-04 16:09:22
ID: 52514
I always find it funny when, in the middle of dumping someone, they say some stupid shit like, "You'll never find someone like me!" ... LOL! LOLOLOL! I sure as fuck hope not! Hilarious. *sigh* People are so stupid sometimes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-04 15:32:35
ID: 52511
In response to a confession. Ha! I remember when I left my first husband at age 28 (because he was controlling, emotionally unsupportive and verbally abusive) and he told me that I was going to "find [myself] at 32 years old, sitting in a bar alone, unable to find anyone." Not sure why he chose that age, and I didn't even go to bars. At 32 I was in a long term relationship and had just had a baby. I made sure he knew that :) He got remarried 10 years later and she left him too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-03 15:28:07
ID: 52504
Here we go again. DH is off this week. I have to leave for work at 8:20. It's 7:16 and where is he? Parked in the downstairs (master) bathroom since 6:58. He put a new, larger toilet in there last year but has yet to replace the one upstairs, so he won't use that bathroom. I don't get dressed for work until after I've showered and done my hair and makeup. That means I have to gather clean loungewear to change into after taking a shower upstairs and hope that he hasn't stunk up our bathroom too much, making me wait to get ready. I fucking hate when he does this, and he knows it! As for why I don't have my things upstairs, that bathroom is way too small for all of my stuff and also has angled ceilings, so it's hard to do my hair.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-03 06:13:49
ID: 52499
Alcoholic dh told me I'd regret not staying with him in the future because I'd never find someone else like him. Idiot! That's the point!!!!! I will NEVER be with someone who is addicted to cigarettes, alcohol, weed, etc....
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-03 04:27:44
ID: 52503
In response to a confession. Well it depends. If it's some random stranger, then yes, it's creepy and bugs. But if it's the guy I'm dating, then I love it. Haha!
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