Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-29 23:37:50
ID: 61150
I was talking to guy on Snapchat who I met on a dating site. I was not quick enough in answering him so he wrote, "Why do you ignore me so much? It's not nice. Do you like being ignored?" I told him I had a lot going on with work etc." He said ok, then I realized I do not like being scolded and corrected by someone I have not met in person so I unfriended him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-29 13:26:38
ID: 61141
What do you think it means when I wake up almost every morning thinking about a certain man..... not my DH. It's not even a conscious choice, he's just in my head every damn morning when I wake up. Like, waking up crazy horny thinking about this person. And yes, I find him attractive and yes, if I (and he) were single I would totally go for it. But I'm not. Neither is he. It's not like I'm thinking about him during the day or planning or scheming to get with him. But he's in my head every. damn. morning. Am I having sex dreams about him and just not remembering? I have no idea. I'm not complaining, fantasies can be nice and they don't hurt anyone. I'm just why?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 22:45:02
ID: 61129
DH is officially a good 30 lbs more than he was last year at this time. I know why too--he goes over to his parents' house all the time to eat desserts MIL makes for him. She likes baking but she and FIL can never eat it all, so she gives a lot of treats to us. I don't usually care much for a lot of desserts, so DH eats my share too. I'm trying to encourage him to snack on fruit and veggies more, but the gut is really starting to turn me off.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 18:31:21
ID: 61115
I miss him so much on Saturday nights. It was our night. I miss how he made me feel.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 04:11:53
ID: 61090
Do any of you have crowns on your top front 2 teeth? My dentist says I need them because of the chipping and cracking on bottom of the teeth. I also need some other crowns in back. Sheesh. More money. More money.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 02:01:27
ID: 61113
I hate being in this house. I'm grateful to have a roof over my head, but I feel like I'm in prison. Barely any food, I have no job and I've looked up overdosing on sleeping pills, and if committing suicide is a sin. All I do is apply for jobs and cry all day. I'm 48 years old and never thought I'd be in this position. I have no where else to go and my mom is helping me as much as she can. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-28 01:35:14
ID: 61112
In response to a confession. My ex is a cop, and if you didn't know - cops get a LOT of food either free or deeply discounted. I remember him telling me one time that there was a nice hotel in the city where they could eat all they wanted from the restaurant's buffet and only pay $2. Our one and only vacation was marred by him constantly complaining about the cost of food, even though I paid for half of our meals. Yes dude, two breakfast entrees, two Bloody Marys and tax comes to $26 - not to mention the tip. Welcome to the real world!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-27 21:08:45
ID: 61106
DH gets annoyed at how expensive food is now. He actually thinks it should cost the same as it did in 1998 when he was batchin' it. I've always done the vast majority of the grocery shopping since we got married because I hate listening to the whining: "When did chips become like $4 a bag? Why is ground beef $5 a pound? Apples should be a dollar a pound!" I want to strangle him and tell him it's 20 years later! Food prices go up!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-27 20:51:08
ID: 61103
In response to a confession. Thank you! The other commenter must’ve read something into my confessions. One text saying ‘I’m sorry,’ and his refusal to talk isn’t quite remorseful. The compounded lies is what gets me. If he lied about that, what else is there? I don’t know what the outcome will be, but I’m still distraught at what he’s done.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-07-27 16:57:25
ID: 61101
In response to a confession. He lied to her for a YEAR about something that was very important to her. That wasn't just one lie, it was compounded every day. If he lied about that, what else did he lie about? She's not torturing him to get back at him, she's trying to decide if it's worth saving the marriage after realizing that she's married to a deceitful man. Her resolution could very well be to divorce him, and I wouldn't blame her. My DH quit smoking shortly after we got together. I made it very clear I will NOT be with a smoker. Period. If he chooses to smoke, then HE is choosing to end the relationship. In this case, her DH chose to lie. If she decides she doesn't want to be married to a serial liar... why blame her? HE is the liar.
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