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2009-11-11 02:28:24 PM
Divorce - Separation - Bereavement
Which one does not belong?

Hint: Replace bereavement with "Party Hard"
Now you're talking!
 
2009-11-11 02:41:27 PM
What if you - hypothetically - killed the spouse so therefore you aren't really bereaved...?
 
2009-11-11 02:41:57 PM
I would go but it is in Paris.
 
2009-11-11 02:42:48 PM
I'm going to setup a bunch big tents full of mattresses and call it the Rebound Pavilion.
 
2009-11-11 02:43:03 PM
I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.
 
2009-11-11 02:43:52 PM
There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.
 
2009-11-11 02:44:18 PM
Early bereavement is the tragic lot of some 24,000 women and 6,000 men under the age of 55 who lose their partners each year.


I'm NOT ALONE


enterprise213:

Divorce - Separation - Bereavement
Which one does not belong?

Hint: Replace bereavement with "Party Hard"
Now you're talking!




WTF - we need love too! :-P
 
2009-11-11 02:45:20 PM
OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.


Lower what ever standards you did have and fark anything that is willing.
Worked for me
 
2009-11-11 02:46:15 PM
Hummm. Great idea. I like it.
 
2009-11-11 02:47:23 PM
I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump
 
2009-11-11 02:47:35 PM
OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.


I was widowed in my 30's and after talking to those who have gone through a divorce at that age I found that I had it easier in dealing with loss.

/still had most of my things taken by 'friends', that part was similar.
 
2009-11-11 02:47:37 PM
I have a friend who is getting ready to leave his wife.

Rather than a "Divorce, Separation and Bereavement Fair," he needs to find a "Desperate, Attractive, Hypersexual Sluts with Ginormous Breasts Looking For a Broke Guy with Two ADHD Kids and No Future" Fair.

Where be that?
 
2009-11-11 02:48:47 PM
Trust me, no matter what you call it, it ain't the first one of these ever to take place. It's happening in bars and casinos around the world, every day; sloppy pick-up lines, tired girls, desperate wrestling for comfort and another person to divorce. Welcome to love.
 
2009-11-11 02:49:19 PM
Does one need to bring their bitterness with them or is it provided at the door?

/I keeeddd...I keeed
//parents divorced...best thing ever happened to both them
 
2009-11-11 02:49:31 PM
Why do you think so many people kill their spouses?

Death > Divorce.
 
2009-11-11 02:49:41 PM
frankencj: OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.

I was widowed in my 30's and after talking to those who have gone through a divorce at that age I found that I had it easier in dealing with loss.

/still had most of my things taken by 'friends', that part was similar.



/widowed in 30's (last year)
//guess it's easier cause we know we aren't getting back with them *shrugs shoulders*
 
2009-11-11 02:49:43 PM
"I need to boost my self-confidence a bit more. I need someone to tell me whether or not my look reflects my personality,"

I would need a pic but I'm thinking... how does insecure look?
 
2009-11-11 02:50:33 PM
vernonFL: Why do you think so many people kill their spouses?

Death > Divorce.



o.O

>:-(

O_O

ok - you win
 
2009-11-11 02:50:35 PM
They have target practice too
http://tinyurl.com/ykskkah
(copy and paste, NSFW)
 
2009-11-11 02:51:16 PM
i.t.com.com

GOD DAMN IT! Look, just because we're bereaved, that doesn't make us saps!

/Hot like Bunny
 
2009-11-11 02:51:59 PM
You're telling me there's a conference where half the attendees are single chicks on the rebound?

Where do I sign up?!
 
2009-11-11 02:52:01 PM
Great, a lot of love for the lonely and demented - the fair will be overwhelmed with Farkers.
 
2009-11-11 02:52:35 PM
OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.


Oh yes you do... yes you do...
 
2009-11-11 02:52:42 PM
gambitsgirl:

/widowed in 30's (last year)
//guess it's easier cause we know we aren't getting back with them *shrugs shoulders*


Oh, how wicked. I'm so sorry. He looked WAY too young to contract such a cruel illness.

My aunt died from ALS ~10 years ago. Worst thing I've ever seen anyone go through. Horrifying.

/sincere condolences
//I know this is Fark, but really...sincere
 
2009-11-11 02:52:44 PM
This IS a really good idea... I bet a lot of people feel really lost on many fronts when they find themselves single after years of attachedness. Hell, after ending a mere three-year relationship in college, I didn't know what to do with myself, and there weren't even any financial issues to deal with. There's a place in the world for putting many of the resources for a specific kind of person under one roof, and allowing the public in for a fee.

(As long as it is totally different from the uber-capitalistic bridal shows, where the goal is to lure in clueless but well-meaning fiancees and spit out Insane Consumerist Bridezillas. Spending money will not solve ALL your life problems...)
 
2009-11-11 02:53:12 PM
old_toole: OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.

Lower what ever standards you did have and fark anything that is willing.
Worked for me

THIS

So what if they're not perfect. They're just as horny as you are. That's the trick, take care of getting your dick wet regularly while you search for the one you're going to live in sin with forever.
 
2009-11-11 02:53:17 PM
vernonFL: There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.


I do suppose tipping strippers is more cost effective than a marriage & divorce
 
2009-11-11 02:55:39 PM
Like my dad told my mom one morning at the breakfast table; "You know why divorce is so expensive? Because it's worth it!"
 
2009-11-11 02:55:40 PM
I'm guessing the separated ones will be the "life" of the party?...so much gray area...
 
2009-11-11 02:55:54 PM
TrixieDelite:

Oh, how wicked. I'm so sorry. He looked WAY too young to contract such a cruel illness.

My aunt died from ALS ~10 years ago. Worst thing I've ever seen anyone go through. Horrifying.

/sincere condolences
//I know this is Fark, but really...sincere



We had 4 people in our clinic his age or younger (46) and thank you - it was truly horrific to watch especially when the kids were 4 & 6 at diagnosis. I'm also sorry for your aunt. But we are still fighting to make strides to end this.

thank you
 
2009-11-11 02:55:57 PM
Smeggy Smurf:
THIS

So what if they're not perfect. They're just as horny as you are. That's the trick, take care of getting your dick wet regularly while you search for the one you're going to live in sin with forever.


I suggest you introduce your right hand to a little saliva mixed with Liquid Silk.

/unless you're a lefty
 
2009-11-11 02:56:02 PM
smokescreen Quote 2009-11-11 02:52:01 PM
Great, a lot of love for the lonely and demented - the fair will be overwhelmed with Farkers.


Sorry, I missed the part where they go from basement to basement looking for those to help.
 
2009-11-11 02:57:34 PM
frickin' gold mine

the conference hosts could demand a king's ransom from the vendors for delivering a whole conference filled with easy marks.
 
2009-11-11 02:58:03 PM
gambitsgirl: TrixieDelite:

Oh, how wicked. I'm so sorry. He looked WAY too young to contract such a cruel illness.

My aunt died from ALS ~10 years ago. Worst thing I've ever seen anyone go through. Horrifying.

/sincere condolences
//I know this is Fark, but really...sincere


We had 4 people in our clinic his age or younger (46) and thank you - it was truly horrific to watch especially when the kids were 4 & 6 at diagnosis. I'm also sorry for your aunt. But we are still fighting to make strides to end this.

thank you


And children to boot? Oh, how heartbreaking.

Wishing you and your little ones peace.
 
2009-11-11 02:58:22 PM
gambitsgirl: I'm NOT ALONE

I, for one, have a great deal of difficulty believing that anyone as pretty as you would be alone. At least for long. And you're a Farker, which means you probably have a brain and a sense of humor behind the face...

so...

How you doin'?
 
2009-11-11 02:58:28 PM
gambitsgirl: WTF - we need love too! :-P

Based on looks alone I don't think you'll have any problems.
 
2009-11-11 02:59:03 PM
gambitsgirl: Early bereavement is the tragic lot of some 24,000 women and 6,000 men under the age of 55 who lose their partners each year.


I'm NOT ALONE


*sigh*

not there yet but i'll be joining you eventually. so there's life after being a caregiver?
 
2009-11-11 02:59:38 PM
gorgor: They have target practice too
http://tinyurl.com/ykskkah
(copy and paste, NSFW)


I think I may be in love with you.
 
2009-11-11 02:59:46 PM
bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump


Been there done that. All I can say is be prepared - there's no reason not to talk to an attorney right now, quietly, and ensure that you have your ducks in a row. Best of luck.
 
2009-11-11 03:00:07 PM
Sorry, but I'm a long-time single.

/cries into cats fur
 
2009-11-11 03:00:47 PM
gambitsgirl: frankencj: OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.

I was widowed in my 30's and after talking to those who have gone through a divorce at that age I found that I had it easier in dealing with loss.

/still had most of my things taken by 'friends', that part was similar.


/widowed in 30's (last year)
//guess it's easier cause we know we aren't getting back with them *shrugs shoulders*


I doubt you knew many 'easy' days ... it takes a remarkable person to do what you did. I have witnessed first hand the devistation of ALS; it is a selfless and all consuming job taking care of someone with the disease. My condolences on your loss.
 
2009-11-11 03:01:08 PM
old_toole: OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.

Lower what ever standards you did have and fark anything that is willing.
Worked for me


That's not how I work. I have never been the type to just fark whomever is handy at the moment.

/ok, there was that one time, but I'd been drinking ...
 
2009-11-11 03:01:49 PM
Can I bring my wife?
 
2009-11-11 03:02:16 PM
i wouldn't know what to do if my name was Sylvie Razafindrakoto either
 
2009-11-11 03:03:09 PM
Marshall Banana: bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump

Been there done that. All I can say is be prepared - there's no reason not to talk to an attorney right now, quietly, and ensure that you have your ducks in a row. Best of luck.


If you thought your wife was going to leave, wouldn't talking to her be a better option? Or the both of you talking to a counselor? Assuming, of course, that you wanted her to stick around.
 
2009-11-11 03:03:40 PM
TrixieDelite:

thank you

And children to boot? Oh, how heartbreaking.

Wishing you and your little ones peace.



It's been a peaceful healing year. got them a dog.... he pee's himself like daddy did ;-)



Rohasman: gambitsgirl: I'm NOT ALONE

I, for one, have a great deal of difficulty believing that anyone as pretty as you would be alone. At least for long. And you're a Farker, which means you probably have a brain and a sense of humor behind the face...

so...

How you doin'?


I haven't killed a man in a year.... *leers*


gspazg: gambitsgirl: WTF - we need love too! :-P

Based on looks alone I don't think you'll have any problems.


lol - thanks. But I thought "in sickness and in health" meant the flu... so not committing that error again any time soon


sseye: gambitsgirl: Early bereavement is the tragic lot of some 24,000 women and 6,000 men under the age of 55 who lose their partners each year.


I'm NOT ALONE

*sigh*

not there yet but i'll be joining you eventually. so there's life after being a caregiver?



There is but it's hard. email in profile if you wanna talk about it. :-(
 
2009-11-11 03:03:58 PM
bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump


Way to be optomistic, what exactly are these signs? Maybe you should contact Cheaters.
 
2009-11-11 03:04:02 PM
Crewmannumber6: Like my dad told my mom one morning at the breakfast table; "You know why divorce is so expensive? Because it's worth it!"

Funny how divorce is so expensive over something the father gave away.

/Divorced after 16-year marriage
//never again
///bitter? table for one?
 
2009-11-11 03:04:48 PM
d.yimg.com

Is that Maramaduke? Wow, that takes me back. Was the illustration always that...erm.......yeah.
 
2009-11-11 03:05:17 PM
I just forced myself to play more video games after my divorce.. oh the agony..
 
2009-11-11 03:05:33 PM
sseye: gambitsgirl: Early bereavement is the tragic lot of some 24,000 women and 6,000 men under the age of 55 who lose their partners each year.


I'm NOT ALONE

*sigh*

not there yet but i'll be joining you eventually. so there's life after being a caregiver?


Had a friend pass away from ALS a few years ago, what a horrble, torturous afliction. Yes there is life after being a caregiver, there's life after everything. Give yourself some time and keep the faith, you'll both be in my prayers.
 
2009-11-11 03:06:06 PM
As farked up as it sounds, I would much rather be widowed than divorced.

As it stands, I have to live with the knowledge that, no matter how hard I tried, I just wasn't good enough.

/In before "...In bed."
 
2009-11-11 03:06:37 PM
smokescreen: Great, a lot of love for the lonely and demented - the fair will be overwhelmed with Farkers.

Like we're coming out of the basement for anything like that.farking Paris, swell.
 
2009-11-11 03:06:53 PM
1lastcall:

I doubt you knew many 'easy' days ... it takes a remarkable person to do what you did. I have witnessed first hand the devistation of ALS; it is a selfless and all consuming job taking care of someone with the disease. My condolences on your loss.


after living with ALS for 4 years, I've learned that most difficulty in life is created and I'm grateful for the smallest thing (even silly things like going to the store by myself). So life is rather "easy" now aside from the aftermath. and thank you - I only pee the bed every once in a while from the PTSD ;-)
 
2009-11-11 03:06:56 PM
Marshall Banana: bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump

Been there done that. All I can say is be prepared - there's no reason not to talk to an attorney right now, quietly, and ensure that you have your ducks in a row. Best of luck.


WAIT! HOLD THE PHONE! Before you talk to an attorney ... have you tried talking to your wife? A marriage counselor?? What HAVE you done to halt the onslaught?? Pardon me if I'm wrong, but your post reads as if you are sitting there passively waiting for the axe to fall.
 
2009-11-11 03:07:45 PM
Crewmannumber6:

Had a friend pass away from ALS a few years ago, what a horrble, torturous afliction. Yes there is life after being a caregiver, there's life after everything. Give yourself some time and keep the faith, you'll both be in my prayers.


TY
 
2009-11-11 03:09:39 PM
Damn...too early (painful) at the moment....maybe next year.
 
2009-11-11 03:10:17 PM
Oh yea, this place would be some easy pickins.
 
2009-11-11 03:10:21 PM
gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6:

Had a friend pass away from ALS a few years ago, what a horrble, torturous afliction. Yes there is life after being a caregiver, there's life after everything. Give yourself some time and keep the faith, you'll both be in my prayers.

TY


Would it ruin this beautiful moment between us if I told you that you make my pants fit funny?
 
2009-11-11 03:11:12 PM
OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.


You move to the beach, hello!
 
2009-11-11 03:11:15 PM
1lastcall: Marshall Banana: bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump

Been there done that. All I can say is be prepared - there's no reason not to talk to an attorney right now, quietly, and ensure that you have your ducks in a row. Best of luck.

WAIT! HOLD THE PHONE! Before you talk to an attorney ... have you tried talking to your wife? A marriage counselor?? What HAVE you done to halt the onslaught?? Pardon me if I'm wrong, but your post reads as if you are sitting there passively waiting for the axe to fall.


Yep, I did that too. You can't make counseling work when only one party wants it to. I made the assumption based upon the post I replied to that it was a similar situation - if not, then counseling is best. OTOH if, knowing your partner, inevitability is on the way, then best to be prepared.

Actually scratch that, based on the way guys get screwed it's best to be prepared in any case. Did wonders for me - I'm only 1/2 as screwed as I would otherwise have been.
 
2009-11-11 03:11:39 PM
I love how this thread has become a support group for ALS victims and pending divorcees.
Snarkalicious people be damned, y'all are good folks after all.

/'cept Gorgor
 
2009-11-11 03:12:07 PM
Well, this is a fun farking thread. The lulz just keep coming.
 
2009-11-11 03:12:37 PM
APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
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2009-11-11 03:13:12 PM
chopit: Well, this is a fun farking thread. The lulz just keep coming.

Your turn. Tell us about the time you ran over your girlfriend's cat with that steamroller.
 
2009-11-11 03:14:05 PM
gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)


I said EXCEPT Gorgor.
 
2009-11-11 03:14:49 PM
gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)


What exactly do you do for a living anyway?
 
2009-11-11 03:14:49 PM
Well, that came out a bit late for me. At least I'm now with someone who is 80 gazillion times more awesome than my ex-wife-to-be.

/We just need to turn in the paperwork.
 
2009-11-11 03:15:04 PM
Are they calling it REBOUND-CON 09?
 
2009-11-11 03:15:41 PM
Crewmannumber6: gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)

What exactly do you do for a living anyway?


Trust me, you don't want to know.
 
2009-11-11 03:17:16 PM
TrixieDelite: gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)

I said EXCEPT Gorgor.


I laughed.
/out
//loud
 
2009-11-11 03:17:24 PM
gorgor: http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v

LOL

Thanks for trying to keep things light
Some people here are killing my buzz
 
2009-11-11 03:17:30 PM
Fluorescent Testicle: As farked up as it sounds, I would much rather be widowed than divorced.

As it stands, I have to live with the knowledge that, no matter how hard I tried, I just wasn't good enough."


Ditto. Despite doing everything the counsellors suggested, it wasn't good enough. In fact, doing what was suggested was usually what my ex did not want me to do. I soon realized that the reason we kept going to different counsellors was because my ex was shopping for one that would side with her. I was naive enough to think it wasn't about taking sides.
 
2009-11-11 03:17:32 PM
When are they coming to Vermont?
 
2009-11-11 03:18:10 PM
BaggageFest
 
2009-11-11 03:18:35 PM
THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.
 
2009-11-11 03:18:46 PM
I accidentally ended up in the desperate separated 40 year old yuppie tent last St Patrick's Day.

Hollee crap, the fail in that tent was so thick, you could swim through it.
 
2009-11-11 03:19:03 PM
old_toole: gorgor: http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v

LOL

Thanks for trying to keep things light
Some people here are killing my buzz


Forgot to add sorry for your lose /es
 
2009-11-11 03:19:12 PM
Marshall Banana: 1lastcall: Marshall Banana: bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump

Been there done that. All I can say is be prepared - there's no reason not to talk to an attorney right now, quietly, and ensure that you have your ducks in a row. Best of luck.

WAIT! HOLD THE PHONE! Before you talk to an attorney ... have you tried talking to your wife? A marriage counselor?? What HAVE you done to halt the onslaught?? Pardon me if I'm wrong, but your post reads as if you are sitting there passively waiting for the axe to fall.

Yep, I did that too. You can't make counseling work when only one party wants it to. I made the assumption based upon the post I replied to that it was a similar situation - if not, then counseling is best. OTOH if, knowing your partner, inevitability is on the way, then best to be prepared.

Actually scratch that, based on the way guys get screwed it's best to be prepared in any case. Did wonders for me - I'm only 1/2 as screwed as I would otherwise have been.


Hey, if you put in the effort and the effort came to naught, heck yeah you need to get representation and the sooner the better. I was just saying there is a step one and two before step three!

/Share custody and expenses for my son with my ex. No court ordered visitations or financial agreements. Zero animosity, zero problems. We are friends and we both put the little guy first. It helps that we didn't seperate because of a third party. I just sucked at being married.
 
2009-11-11 03:19:49 PM
oroku_saki: Well, that came out a bit late for me. At least I'm now with someone who is 80 gazillion times more awesome than my ex-wife-to-be.

/We just need to turn in the paperwork.


Don't you have to be careful? If the soon to be ex finds out couldn't she rape you in court? I dated a guy who was separated from his wife and we kept it on the down low till his divorce got finalized.
 
2009-11-11 03:19:50 PM
SecretAgentWoman: What if you - hypothetically - killed the spouse so therefore you aren't really bereaved...?

That's highly pothetical.
 
2009-11-11 03:20:48 PM
whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.


I'm not fat. I work a full time job (paid very well). I have hobbies. But I became incredibly shy around women after my divorce. And no, I don't like being perpetually single. A girlfriend would be kind of nice to have around (and I'm not talking about a fark buddie).
 
2009-11-11 03:20:49 PM
Crewmannumber6: gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6:

Had a friend pass away from ALS a few years ago, what a horrble, torturous afliction. Yes there is life after being a caregiver, there's life after everything. Give yourself some time and keep the faith, you'll both be in my prayers.

TY

Would it ruin this beautiful moment between us if I told you that you make my pants fit funny?




get your hands out of them O_O


TrixieDelite: I love how this thread has become a support group for ALS victims and pending divorcees.
Snarkalicious people be damned, y'all are good folks after all.

/'cept Gorgor


Over the past year or so I've chattered with quite a few great people. The anniversary of his death was last month and the farkers were wonderful


Crewmannumber6: gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)

What exactly do you do for a living anyway?



oh crap - you clicked it o.0?
 
2009-11-11 03:22:12 PM
Crewmannumber6: What exactly do you do for a living anyway?

Moms.
 
2009-11-11 03:22:19 PM
OgreMagi: Fluorescent Testicle: As farked up as it sounds, I would much rather be widowed than divorced.

As it stands, I have to live with the knowledge that, no matter how hard I tried, I just wasn't good enough."

Ditto. Despite doing everything the counselors suggested, it wasn't good enough. In fact, doing what was suggested was usually what my ex did not want me to do. I soon realized that the reason we kept going to different counselors was because my ex was shopping for one that would side with her. I was naive enough to think it wasn't about taking sides.


Welcome to my life, I can't tell you how many marriage counselors we have gone through, only to have my wife not like them because they don't believe her crazy stories and insane behavior as normal. Now if they have one of these in Boston, then I am luck.
 
2009-11-11 03:22:27 PM
Fluorescent Testicle: As farked up as it sounds, I would much rather be widowed than divorced.

As it stands, I have to live with the knowledge that, no matter how hard I tried, I just wasn't good enough.

/In before "...In bed."


I found out she was leaving when she came home and announced she was leaving, then mentioned some guy at work that she ended up moving in with but she wasn't leaving me for him because she wouldn't do something like that. Um, okay. Goofy biatch. Good luck with that, dude. Hope it goes better for you.

Dead would have been better.
 
2009-11-11 03:22:43 PM
Isn't everyone that goes through a divorce celebrating once they get to the other side?
 
2009-11-11 03:24:54 PM
OgreMagi: I'm not fat. I work a full time job (paid very well). I have hobbies. But I became incredibly shy around women after my divorce. And no, I don't like being perpetually single. A girlfriend would be kind of nice to have around (and I'm not talking about a fark buddie).

I was kidding/trolling. Good luck.
 
2009-11-11 03:25:13 PM
1lastcall: Marshall Banana: 1lastcall: Marshall Banana: bump: I've no doubt my need for such a 'support group' in the coming years. The wife of 18 yrs is showing signs of 'I wanna dump this guy and move on' and there's little I can do to hault the onslaught....

/S. Bump

Been there done that. All I can say is be prepared - there's no reason not to talk to an attorney right now, quietly, and ensure that you have your ducks in a row. Best of luck.

WAIT! HOLD THE PHONE! Before you talk to an attorney ... have you tried talking to your wife? A marriage counselor?? What HAVE you done to halt the onslaught?? Pardon me if I'm wrong, but your post reads as if you are sitting there passively waiting for the axe to fall.

Yep, I did that too. You can't make counseling work when only one party wants it to. I made the assumption based upon the post I replied to that it was a similar situation - if not, then counseling is best. OTOH if, knowing your partner, inevitability is on the way, then best to be prepared.

Actually scratch that, based on the way guys get screwed it's best to be prepared in any case. Did wonders for me - I'm only 1/2 as screwed as I would otherwise have been.

Hey, if you put in the effort and the effort came to naught, heck yeah you need to get representation and the sooner the better. I was just saying there is a step one and two before step three!

/Share custody and expenses for my son with my ex. No court ordered visitations or financial agreements. Zero animosity, zero problems. We are friends and we both put the little guy first. It helps that we didn't seperate because of a third party. I just sucked at being married.



/and beware of the "Domestic Violence Industry". My ex is going through his second divorce and the strategy is to paint him as some sort of brute to maximize the payout.
//I should gloat because he should have worked harder to keep me.
///But I can't.
 
2009-11-11 03:25:18 PM
Meh. You are either miserable being lonely or miserable being stuck with some biatch or asshole that you can't stand the sight of.

Salute to the lucky, happy 5% who are happily married.
 
2009-11-11 03:26:05 PM
gambitsgirl: after living with ALS for 4 years, I've learned that most difficulty in life is created and I'm grateful for the smallest thing (even silly things like going to the store by myself). So life is rather "easy" now aside from the aftermath. and thank you - I only pee the bed every once in a while from the PTSD ;-)

My grandfather died of it. I'm not yet 40, but I've started having some interesting muscle symptoms for the last 3-4 years -- no loss of strength or anything (thank god). But to say that I'm more than a little anxious would be a vast understatement. I've read quite a bit about this disease, and you have my greatest admiration -- it appears to be about the most cruel and inhumane way a person can die.
 
2009-11-11 03:26:40 PM
whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.


I bet you're great fun at the dinner table. You seem a lot more unpleasant than us fat lazy losers. Try the decaf.
 
2009-11-11 03:26:56 PM
whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.



Some enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and stay in shape all their lives, yet somehow end up with a bipolar whack job.

Not all of us are losers by choice.
Some of us are proactive and now happily single.
 
2009-11-11 03:27:10 PM
just passing through: Isn't everyone that goes through a divorce celebrating once they get to the other side?

Actually, no. I loved my wife. She can go to hell, but I loved her.
 
2009-11-11 03:28:04 PM
gorgor: Crewmannumber6: What exactly do you do for a living anyway?

Moms.


Are you hiring?gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6: gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6:

Would it ruin this beautiful moment between us if I told you that you make my pants fit funny?



get your hands out of them O_O

Why? It's fun! You should try it!
 
2009-11-11 03:28:06 PM
whotrode_dat_ham_atme: OgreMagi: I'm not fat. I work a full time job (paid very well). I have hobbies. But I became incredibly shy around women after my divorce. And no, I don't like being perpetually single. A girlfriend would be kind of nice to have around (and I'm not talking about a fark buddie).

I was kidding/trolling. Good luck.


Oh, well never mind then. I really am kind of a fat lazy loser though.
 
2009-11-11 03:28:37 PM
Wife cheated.

I totally got the stoning thing after that.
 
2009-11-11 03:28:56 PM
gorgor: Crewmannumber6: What exactly do you do for a living anyway?

Moms.


I lol'd.
 
2009-11-11 03:29:06 PM
Herpes strikes again!

/on a massive scale
 
2009-11-11 03:29:11 PM
If you have the means, you simply move to where the party is at and start drinkin. Downtown, the beach, college town...whatever. I'm telling you it's a slaughter. Everyone knows this - why do you think people are even there to begin with? It's a culture shock at first, but when you're getting drunk every day and getting a new piece of whatever it is your in to a lot, meh who cares. Once I had the ball rolling I'd say I would get some strange every other week. You also get to know your neighbors who are likely in the same or similar boat as you, so you make some fun friends - maybe even life long friends. The beach was always my best remedy. The guys around the neighborhood (those manificant bastards) and I had something called the Sunday Morning Breakfast Club where we would bring our home videos; that's right video cameras hidden in the closet during conquests. Shoebox productions we called it. We were idiots, but it was some of the best and horrifying days of my life. Girls, some oprolly not old enough, women, older women, drunks girls, whacked-out girls, crazy girls, parties, bar brawls...hell people come from all round and treat you like a star because you live at the beach.

Anyway, cool story?

I have to say if I was a wildly rich i would live at the beach and never have married.

No complaints now tho!
 
2009-11-11 03:30:27 PM
Counceling
http://tinyurl.com/yznv9t5
(copy and paste)
 
2009-11-11 03:32:02 PM
gorgor: Counceling
http://tinyurl.com/yznv9t5
(copy and paste)


I saved that one
 
2009-11-11 03:32:34 PM
Blink: gambitsgirl: after living with ALS for 4 years, I've learned that most difficulty in life is created and I'm grateful for the smallest thing (even silly things like going to the store by myself). So life is rather "easy" now aside from the aftermath. and thank you - I only pee the bed every once in a while from the PTSD ;-)

My grandfather died of it. I'm not yet 40, but I've started having some interesting muscle symptoms for the last 3-4 years -- no loss of strength or anything (thank god). But to say that I'm more than a little anxious would be a vast understatement. I've read quite a bit about this disease, and you have my greatest admiration -- it appears to be about the most cruel and inhumane way a person can die.



The last I heard they may have had a definitive test for Familiar cases of ALS (I believe they were isolating the gene SOD1 or something like that - sorry it's from memory). Husband had sporadic. Maybe you can be tested? I'm choosing not to have the kids tested at this point cause it would just cause stress for their whole lives.

That said, I have interesting muscle spasms - everyone does but you and I are more attuned to them and I know I have no genetic predisposition to ALS. I hope yours are like ours and your fears are alieved.
 
2009-11-11 03:32:41 PM
I know what I'd do: two chicks.
 
2009-11-11 03:33:06 PM
just passing through: Isn't everyone that goes through a divorce celebrating once they get to the other side?

Nope, I was destroyed. I would have done almost anything for her but she never even gave me a chance. Not really bitter, just very sad.
 
2009-11-11 03:33:28 PM
Crewmannumber6: gorgor: Crewmannumber6: What exactly do you do for a living anyway?

Moms.

Are you hiring?gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6: gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6:

Would it ruin this beautiful moment between us if I told you that you make my pants fit funny?



get your hands out of them O_O

Why? It's fun! You should try it!



My husband was paralyzed for 4 years.... I not only tried it, I mastered the hell out of it.
 
2009-11-11 03:34:33 PM
gambitsgirl: That said, I have interesting muscle spasms -

That is called an orgasm.

I have some pictures of my most recent back waxing that should fix that right the fark up, permanently.
 
2009-11-11 03:35:00 PM
gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6: gorgor: Crewmannumber6: What exactly do you do for a living anyway?

Moms.

Are you hiring?gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6: gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6:

Would it ruin this beautiful moment between us if I told you that you make my pants fit funny?



get your hands out of them O_O

Why? It's fun! You should try it!


My husband was paralyzed for 4 years.... I not only tried it, I mastered the hell out of it.


You just keep getting better and better
 
2009-11-11 03:35:29 PM
TrixieDelite: gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)

I said EXCEPT Gorgor.


Gorgor is a creation of and maintaned by the Fark modmins.
 
2009-11-11 03:35:42 PM
Once again the never been married guy gets left out.

/sigh
 
2009-11-11 03:36:16 PM
mytdawg: whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.

I bet you're great fun at the dinner table. You seem a lot more unpleasant than us fat lazy losers. Try the decaf.


It turned out my ex's family had a history of mental illness. Her daughter (my stepdaughter) became bipolar when she hit her teen years. That was really when the marriage started to fall apart. My ex refused to accept that there was something wrong with her precious little snowflake, so she ignored two psychiatrists who diagnosed bipolar disorder and came up with some excuse that it was all my fault. Her daughter would disappear for days at a time to get mindlessly drunk. My fault. Her daughter disappeared from an AA meeting and showed up naked and drunk the next morning. My fault. Her daughter would sleep with guys for a bottle of cheap whisky. Yep, my fault.

I suspected my wife was also suffering from a mental disorder and suggested she get evaluated by a psychiatrists. That suggestion was a big hit.

Later I learned her father killed her mother and himself (she had originally told me they died in a car accident). That explained why she refused to believe there there was anything wrong with her daughter or herself. She was afraid.

Despite all this, I still tried my best to try to repair the damage to our family. That was a futile gesture.
 
2009-11-11 03:36:23 PM
just passing through: Isn't everyone that goes through a divorce celebrating once they get to the other side?

Oh, at times, yes.

[cue violins] But after my divorce, I got laid off and my kid went psycho. I see these three events as one because they happened one right after the other and all very close to 9/11/01. It's really very much like PTSD, you know? And you wonder, if I had kept my mouth shut, and not ripped into him for yelling at the kid that night, would I still be married and my life suck less?

I do, however, have the satisfaction of knowing that, yeah, he love(d)(s) me. I'm much less bat-shiat crazy than the current Mrs., and never tried to break his balls.

Of course, now he wants to 'git wit me' again. But shell shock takes along time to wear off if not treated properly.
 
2009-11-11 03:37:15 PM
halfof33: gambitsgirl: That said, I have interesting muscle spasms -

That is called an orgasm.

I have some pictures of my most recent back waxing that should fix that right the fark up, permanently.



ewwwwwwwwwww

/just had my legs done for the first time - back in the dating scene
//hurt like a biatch
///peed the table a bit
 
2009-11-11 03:38:10 PM
www.tvgasm.com
 
2009-11-11 03:38:35 PM
gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6: gorgor: Crewmannumber6: What exactly do you do for a living anyway?

Moms.

Are you hiring?gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6: gambitsgirl: Crewmannumber6:

Would it ruin this beautiful moment between us if I told you that you make my pants fit funny?



get your hands out of them O_O

Why? It's fun! You should try it!


My husband was paralyzed for 4 years.... I not only tried it, I mastered the hell out of it.


Damn you! I'll be in my bunk because you are smoking hot and now I have a certain image stuck in my head.

/crap, I'm at work. No bunk.
 
2009-11-11 03:39:25 PM
www.eteamz.com

Join the hunt!
 
2009-11-11 03:39:43 PM
OgreMagi: mytdawg: whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.

I bet you're great fun at the dinner table. You seem a lot more unpleasant than us fat lazy losers. Try the decaf.

It turned out my ex's family had a history of mental illness. Her daughter (my stepdaughter) became bipolar when she hit her teen years. That was really when the marriage started to fall apart. My ex refused to accept that there was something wrong with her precious little snowflake, so she ignored two psychiatrists who diagnosed bipolar disorder and came up with some excuse that it was all my fault. Her daughter would disappear for days at a time to get mindlessly drunk. My fault. Her daughter disappeared from an AA meeting and showed up naked and drunk the next morning. My fault. Her daughter would sleep with guys for a bottle of cheap whisky. Yep, my fault.

I suspected my wife was also suffering from a mental disorder and suggested she get evaluated by a psychiatrists. That suggestion was a big hit.

Later I learned her father killed her mother and himself (she had originally told me they died in a car accident). That explained why she refused to believe there there was anything wrong with her daughter or herself. She was afraid.

Despite all this, I still tried my best to try to repair the damage to our family. That was a futile gesture.


Egads man. Take a break, you deserve it.
 
2009-11-11 03:40:51 PM
Crewmannumber6: gorgor: APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yhxcj4v
(copy and paste)

What exactly do you do for a living anyway?


He does Viral Marketing. Not viral-style marketing, he's actually selling virii.
 
2009-11-11 03:41:03 PM
OgreMagi:
Damn you! I'll be in my bunk because you are smoking hot and now I have a certain image stuck in my head.

/crap, I'm at work. No bunk.




sorry
 
2009-11-11 03:41:17 PM
chopit: Well, this is a fun farking thread. The lulz just keep coming.

Husband asks his wife what she wants for Christmas.
She says, "A divorce."
He looks at her and says, "I wasn't planning on spending that much."

Really, I can't say enough wonderful things about divorce. Every other weekend off from parenting sounds great doesn't it?
 
2009-11-11 03:42:30 PM
Nogale: Gorgor is a creation of and maintaned by the Fark modmins.

Why don't you have a seat over here
http://tinyurl.com/yzyyzuf
(copy and paste)
 
2009-11-11 03:43:14 PM
OgreMagi: That explained why she refused to believe there there was anything wrong with her daughter or herself. She was afraid.

Hey, I just read about this!

Link (new window)

/j/k
 
2009-11-11 03:44:16 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2009-11-11 03:44:30 PM
gorgor: Nogale: Gorgor is a creation of and maintaned by the Fark modmins.

Why don't you have a seat over here
http://tinyurl.com/yzyyzuf
(copy and paste)


Well, as silly as I think it is to address a fictitious entity: you know I don't click "your" links, "Gorgor."
 
2009-11-11 03:44:32 PM
I went around after becoming extremely successful and fit dating all the girls who dismissed me in high school and college. I would propose to them, but then break it off at the last minute. It was all going swimmingly until some guy dropped off a box with a bow and just had the letter H on it.
 
2009-11-11 03:45:06 PM
Meat market.
 
2009-11-11 03:45:47 PM
gambitsgirl: just had my legs done for the first time - back in the dating scene

"Legs." Rrrriiigggghhhhttttt

It's OK, you can say "hoo-ha" on Fark.
 
2009-11-11 03:46:18 PM
gambitsgirl: OgreMagi:
Damn you! I'll be in my bunk because you are smoking hot and now I have a certain image stuck in my head.

/crap, I'm at work. No bunk.

sorry


No you aren't. Admit it. You got a bit of a thrill knowing you got a whole bunch of guys all hot and bothered.

NTTIAWWT
 
2009-11-11 03:46:47 PM
OgreMagi: mytdawg: whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.

I bet you're great fun at the dinner table. You seem a lot more unpleasant than us fat lazy losers. Try the decaf.

It turned out my ex's family had a history of mental illness. Her daughter (my stepdaughter) became bipolar when she hit her teen years. That was really when the marriage started to fall apart. My ex refused to accept that there was something wrong with her precious little snowflake, so she ignored two psychiatrists who diagnosed bipolar disorder and came up with some excuse that it was all my fault. Her daughter would disappear for days at a time to get mindlessly drunk. My fault. Her daughter disappeared from an AA meeting and showed up naked and drunk the next morning. My fault. Her daughter would sleep with guys for a bottle of cheap whisky. Yep, my fault.

I suspected my wife was also suffering from a mental disorder and suggested she get evaluated by a psychiatrists. That suggestion was a big hit.

Later I learned her father killed her mother and himself (she had originally told me they died in a car accident). That explained why she refused to believe there there was anything wrong with her daughter or herself. She was afraid.

Despite all this, I still tried my best to try to repair the damage to our family. That was a futile gesture.



Oh, those crazy kids. The local cops told me once, "we know the difference between discipline and abuse". wink wink nudge nudge.

/she's much, much better now. Great attitude - if she could only find a farking job...
 
2009-11-11 03:47:01 PM
halfof33: gambitsgirl: just had my legs done for the first time - back in the dating scene

"Legs." Rrrriiigggghhhhttttt

It's OK, you can say "hoo-ha" on Fark.


She can't remember - it was like a brasilian years ago...
 
2009-11-11 03:48:37 PM
mytdawg:
I found out she was leaving when she came home and announced she was leaving, then mentioned some guy at work that she ended up moving in with but she wasn't leaving me for him because she wouldn't do something like that. Um, okay. Goofy biatch. Good luck with that, dude. Hope it goes better for you.

Dead would have been better.

Never married, but came very close about fifteen years ago. She was beautiful, her kids were ok, we all, (supposedly), loved each other. I thought all was GO. So, I bought a house, contracted a venue for the Wedding/Reception, and sent out the invitations.

A week later, she told me it wasn't going to happen. I asked what the matter was.

She repeated the words "I don't know" over and over. I never got an answer. So, out she went, as I was straddled with a house I couldn't fill or sell, deposits on the reception hall that could not be refunded, and, of course, explanations for about 75 close friends as to "What happened?"

These days, I get to hear about her new guy, (whom she married), from mutual friends, how she's been tossed in the clink a couple times, how he's always beating her up, and her kids don't like her nor trust her anymore, et cetera.

Yes. Dead is better.
 
2009-11-11 03:49:12 PM
unicron702: I'm going to setup a bunch big tents full of mattresses and call it the Rebound Pavilion.

Ahhh...the Mattress Mambo!
 
2009-11-11 03:49:13 PM
Nogale: Well, as silly as I think it is to address a fictitious entity: you know I don't click "your" links, "Gorgor."

Quotes overload!
 
2009-11-11 03:50:14 PM
I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.
 
2009-11-11 03:50:40 PM
A/S/L ?
 
2009-11-11 03:51:18 PM
IT WAS MY LEGS

I did my who-ha myself at home with dignity, grace, & modesty

/that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know
 
2009-11-11 03:51:19 PM
PeterPipersPickledPecker: She can't remember - it was like a brasilian years ago...

Well, maybe she needs a safe place to come in for a landing, a strip perhaps.
 
2009-11-11 03:51:53 PM
1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

this
 
2009-11-11 03:52:11 PM
KwameKilstrawberry: OgreMagi: mytdawg: whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.

I bet you're great fun at the dinner table. You seem a lot more unpleasant than us fat lazy losers. Try the decaf.

It turned out my ex's family had a history of mental illness. Her daughter (my stepdaughter) became bipolar when she hit her teen years. That was really when the marriage started to fall apart. My ex refused to accept that there was something wrong with her precious little snowflake, so she ignored two psychiatrists who diagnosed bipolar disorder and came up with some excuse that it was all my fault. Her daughter would disappear for days at a time to get mindlessly drunk. My fault. Her daughter disappeared from an AA meeting and showed up naked and drunk the next morning. My fault. Her daughter would sleep with guys for a bottle of cheap whisky. Yep, my fault.

I suspected my wife was also suffering from a mental disorder and suggested she get evaluated by a psychiatrists. That suggestion was a big hit.

Later I learned her father killed her mother and himself (she had originally told me they died in a car accident). That explained why she refused to believe there there was anything wrong with her daughter or herself. She was afraid.

Despite all this, I still tried my best to try to repair the damage to our family. That was a futile gesture.


Oh, those crazy kids. The local cops told me once, "we know the difference between discipline and abuse". wink wink nudge nudge.

/she's much, much better now. Great attitude - if she could only find a farking job...


I was on a first name basis with the local cops. At one point my wife's craziness protecting her daughter went that extra step and she tried to get me arrested for child-abuse. I was the one who had called the police because the brat had attacked me. The cops didn't fall the bullshiat and refused to arrest me. They simply offered to drive her to a shelter. Only one time did I have an issue with a cop. A new one (female) started giving me a ration of shiat until another cop took her aside and chatted with her briefly.
 
2009-11-11 03:52:16 PM
rlv.zcache.com

What I am wearing if I go...
 
2009-11-11 03:52:30 PM
sadly, this is relevant to my interests.
 
2009-11-11 03:52:32 PM
I want to bereave?

/got nothin'
 
2009-11-11 03:54:07 PM
gambitsgirl: IT WAS MY LEGS

I did my who-ha myself at home with dignity, grace, & modesty

/that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know


ROFLMAO.
 
2009-11-11 03:54:10 PM
1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.
 
2009-11-11 03:54:36 PM
gambitsgirl: IT WAS MY LEGS

I did my who-ha myself at home with dignity, grace, & modesty

/that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know


Gotta stay classy'n that, yo.
 
2009-11-11 03:56:15 PM
sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.


Sweared?
 
2009-11-11 03:56:53 PM
theknuckler_33: I want to bereave?

/got nothin'


www.freewebs.com

Me wanna bereave you rong time...
 
2009-11-11 03:56:55 PM
Nogale: gorgor: Nogale: Gorgor is a creation of and maintaned by the Fark modmins.

Why don't you have a seat over here
http://tinyurl.com/yzyyzuf
(copy and paste)

Well, as silly as I think it is to address a fictitious entity: you know I don't click "your" links, "Gorgor."


Yeah when new Farkers join there should be a warning of some kind about Gorgor's links.*teasing* Usually they are not for the feint of heart. However they are probably always relavent to the topic right? I don't click on them anymore either^^ but I still respect the Farker that is Gorgor.
 
2009-11-11 03:57:16 PM
this is relevant to my interests as well...


/sigh..
 
2009-11-11 03:58:47 PM
Nogale: gorgor: Nogale: Gorgor is a creation of and maintaned by the Fark modmins.

Why don't you have a seat over here
http://tinyurl.com/yzyyzuf
(copy and paste)

Well, as silly as I think it is to address a fictitious entity: you know I don't click "your" links, "Gorgor."


Don't talk to him. If everybody stops believeing in him he'll disappear.
 
2009-11-11 03:58:59 PM
Nogale: sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.

Sweared?


Haha, I'm an idiot. I was going to write swears, but then realized this was in the past and I apparently created my own word.
 
2009-11-11 03:59:22 PM
gambitsgirl: IT WAS MY LEGS

I did my who-ha myself at home with dignity, grace, & modesty

/that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know


I believe you.
 
2009-11-11 03:59:50 PM
OgreMagi:
I was on a first name basis with the local cops. At one point my wife's craziness protecting her daughter went that extra step and she tried to get me arrested for child-abuse. I was the one who had called the police because the brat had attacked me. The cops didn't fall the bullshiat and refused to arrest me. They simply offered to drive her to a shelter. Only one time did I have an issue with a cop. A new one (female) started giving me a ration of shiat until another cop took her aside and chatted with her briefly.


Both of my kids have threatened to call the cops on me. I handed them the phone and asked me if they wanted me to dial, too. The cops had been telling me for years to beat the shiat of them.

But if your 15 year old tells you to shut up, isn't a little mouth tap justified?

/hasn't happened since...
//good girls, both of 'em
 
2009-11-11 04:00:35 PM
sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.


While I am sure it is possible to find a 'good' one, I have not a shred of desire to subject my favorite body part to researching.

/likes her hoo-ha pain free, thanks
//tiny scissors and a razor ftw
 
2009-11-11 04:02:11 PM
genner: If everybody stops believeing in him he'll disappear.

Just don't look :D
http://tinyurl.com/yzfguy3
(copy and paste)
 
2009-11-11 04:04:24 PM
I enjoy watching the exwife ruining her life. Cheaters never win.
 
2009-11-11 04:04:39 PM
www.snay.org

gambitsgirl: IT WAS MY LEGS

I did my who-ha myself at home with dignity, grace, & modesty

/that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know


1.bp.blogspot.com

/Just some snark
 
2009-11-11 04:05:05 PM
KwameKilstrawberry: OgreMagi:
I was on a first name basis with the local cops. At one point my wife's craziness protecting her daughter went that extra step and she tried to get me arrested for child-abuse. I was the one who had called the police because the brat had attacked me. The cops didn't fall the bullshiat and refused to arrest me. They simply offered to drive her to a shelter. Only one time did I have an issue with a cop. A new one (female) started giving me a ration of shiat until another cop took her aside and chatted with her briefly.

Both of my kids have threatened to call the cops on me. I handed them the phone and asked me if they wanted me to dial, too. The cops had been telling me for years to beat the shiat of them.

But if your 15 year old tells you to shut up, isn't a little mouth tap justified?

/hasn't happened since...
//good girls, both of 'em


The little biatch not only told me to shut up all the time, her favorite things to call me were "farking moron" and "nazi fascist". I wasn't the one who needed to slap her. Her mother needed to do it. But then there's that whole "assigning blame" problem she had.

/I was a nazi fascist because I insisted she go to school
//seriously
 
2009-11-11 04:05:30 PM
1lastcall: tiny scissors

what does midget lesbian porn have to do with anything?
 
2009-11-11 04:05:33 PM
sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.


I've seen it too, and it was a little creepy watching your ex get waxed.
 
2009-11-11 04:06:02 PM
I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day
 
2009-11-11 04:07:12 PM
halfof33: 1lastcall: tiny scissors

what does midget lesbian porn have to do with anything?


Crap. I believe you have just re-summoned Gorgor. Way to go.
 
2009-11-11 04:07:52 PM
KwameKilstrawberry: Both of my kids have threatened to call the cops on me. I handed them the phone and asked me if they wanted me to dial, too. The cops had been telling me for years to beat the shiat of them.

My folks often said "Do it. We could use the vacation"
 
2009-11-11 04:07:53 PM
Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day


I'm learning about waxing today
http://tinyurl.com/yhcmyq5
(copy and paste, NSFW)
 
2009-11-11 04:07:55 PM
mrbach: Wife cheated.
I totally got the stoning thing after that.


LOL!
/the stoning part - not the cheating part
 
2009-11-11 04:11:50 PM
gambitsgirl: IT WAS MY LEGS

I did my who-ha myself at home with dignity, grace, & modesty

/that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know


There's a lil fella who'd love to meet you:

www.televisioninternet.com
 
2009-11-11 04:12:09 PM
SecretAgentWoman: What if you - hypothetically - killed the spouse so therefore you aren't really bereaved...?

Then you are prebereaved.
 
2009-11-11 04:12:51 PM
sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.


I don't think it's creepy to be in the room with your girlfriend while she's getting waxed. If I was the type to subject myself to that sort of torture, I'd need someone I trust with me.

Can't even go to the gynecologist without support. Issues. I haz them.
 
2009-11-11 04:13:35 PM
gorgor: Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day

I'm learning about waxing today
http://tinyurl.com/yhcmyq5
(copy and paste, NSFW)


That is just ... not ok.
 
2009-11-11 04:13:41 PM
genner:

Don't talk to him. If everybody stops believeing in him he'll disappear.


"To stop those monsters, one-two-three,
Here's a fresh new way that's trouble-free.
It's got Paul Anka's guarantee...
Just don't look. Just don't look"
 
2009-11-11 04:13:56 PM
Just remember: The only bigger loser than your ex is the person that married them in the first place!

/he'll change!
//she won't change!
 
2009-11-11 04:14:04 PM
OgreMagi: /I was a nazi fascist because I insisted she go to school

pix.motivatedphotos.com

You could have at least tried to work within the purview
 
2009-11-11 04:16:57 PM
dead_dangler: Just remember: The only bigger loser than your ex is the person that married them in the first place!

/he'll change!
//she won't change!


Ummmm... Dead Dangler??? Aren't you the person who married your ex in the first place?
 
2009-11-11 04:17:26 PM
Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day


4 pics in 1 thread.

/gorgor goes for the record!
 
2009-11-11 04:17:36 PM
gorgor: Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day

I'm learning about waxing today
http://tinyurl.com/yhcmyq5
(copy and paste, NSFW)


God damn you to hell
 
2009-11-11 04:19:28 PM
Nogale: gorgor: Nogale: Gorgor is a creation of and maintaned by the Fark modmins.

Why don't you have a seat over here
http://tinyurl.com/yzyyzuf
(copy and paste)

Well, as silly as I think it is to address a fictitious entity: you know I don't click "your" links, "Gorgor."


I'll vouch for him: It's Safe for Work-nazis
 
2009-11-11 04:20:06 PM
Roja Herring: KwameKilstrawberry: Both of my kids have threatened to call the cops on me. I handed them the phone and asked me if they wanted me to dial, too. The cops had been telling me for years to beat the shiat of them.

My folks often said "Do it. We could use the vacation"



Why won't they leave now, then? ARGHHHH!

20 & 22 - still at home. Should I have been meaner?
 
2009-11-11 04:21:13 PM
Crewmannumber6: gorgor: Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day

I'm learning about waxing today
http://tinyurl.com/yhcmyq5
(copy and paste, NSFW)

God damn you to hell


that won't affect the status of my job application will it?
 
2009-11-11 04:22:53 PM
Crewmannumber6: Crewmannumber6: gorgor: Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day

I'm learning about waxing today
http://tinyurl.com/yhcmyq5
(copy and paste, NSFW)

God damn you to hell

that won't affect the status of my job application will it?


Some moms qualify for an episode of Dirty Jobs.
 
2009-11-11 04:23:19 PM
OgreMagi: I could have used this after my divorce. I had no clue what to do with myself when I found myself suddenly single again.

Actually, I still don't know what to do.


MASTURBATION (new window)
 
2009-11-11 04:23:42 PM
gambitsgirl: /that and so when I crapped myself no one but me would know

Between this and the line about peeing the bed, I could not possibly be more turned on right now.
 
2009-11-11 04:23:50 PM
1lastcall: dead_dangler: Just remember: The only bigger loser than your ex is the person that married them in the first place!

/he'll change!
//she won't change!

Ummmm... Dead Dangler??? Aren't you the person who married your ex in the first place?


Yes. Exactly my point.

Constantly telling the world how much of loser your ex was says more about you than it does your ex.

/oh I know, YOUR situation was different
 
2009-11-11 04:25:53 PM
gambitsgirl: TrixieDelite:

Oh, how wicked. I'm so sorry. He looked WAY too young to contract such a cruel illness.

My aunt died from ALS ~10 years ago. Worst thing I've ever seen anyone go through. Horrifying.

/sincere condolences
//I know this is Fark, but really...sincere


We had 4 people in our clinic his age or younger (46) and thank you - it was truly horrific to watch especially when the kids were 4 & 6 at diagnosis. I'm also sorry for your aunt. But we are still fighting to make strides to end this.

thank you


Condolences to both of you :( ALS is truly a horrible thing but it was good that you had the strength at the time to be there for him and your children at the same time.
 
2009-11-11 04:28:16 PM
SecretAgentWoman
What if you - hypothetically - killed the spouse so therefore you aren't really bereaved...?

I see what you did there, Mr. Beck.

/would attend it
 
2009-11-11 04:29:02 PM
Divorce is worse than cancer.

At least when you die from cancer no one calls you a loser.
 
2009-11-11 04:30:34 PM
IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: genner:

Don't talk to him. If everybody stops believeing in him he'll disappear.

"To stop those monsters, one-two-three,
Here's a fresh new way that's trouble-free.
It's got Paul Anka's guarantee...


Guarentee void in Tennessee.
 
2009-11-11 04:31:01 PM
This is awesome, because you know these chicks put out.
 
2009-11-11 04:31:39 PM
I want to see photos from this festival. Will people dress up - like at Ren Faire? I am, oh so, curious.
 
2009-11-11 04:32:21 PM
Bereavement?

zombie.clue-free.com

/Got Nothing
 
2009-11-11 04:33:11 PM
KwameKilstrawberry:
So, I moved away to college at 18 and never went back. My brother was out at 21, my sister at 20. My mom was often quite the hardass with us, and actually would not let us move back in. I crashed on friends' couches a few times (either paid rent, bought groceries, or did chores). My sibs and I have always stood on our own. We don't resent our mom at all; in fact, we all love her and love to visit her.

But she was always strict with us, so maybe it's a whole other world when you suddenly put your foot down.

Good luck.

Personally, I think if you're still at your parents' after 23, either you or your parent(s) had better have some kind of disability. Otherwise, you're a loser. Most people I know have a strict policy of not dating people who live with their folks.

Oh, and my dad left when I was 12, so mom had to do a damn lot by herself.

She found the love of her life when she was 57.
 
2009-11-11 04:35:28 PM
dead_dangler: Just remember: The only bigger loser than your ex is the person that married them in the first place!

/he'll change!
//she won't change!


This is why I always speak kind words about my ex. Completely tongue-in-cheek, and in my most sarcastic tone... but always kind words.
 
2009-11-11 04:36:16 PM
Life is like a gorgor link...

ya never know what you're gonna get.
 
2009-11-11 04:37:26 PM
Evil Twin Skippy: dead_dangler: always kind words.

What kind of words exactly?
 
2009-11-11 04:38:11 PM
Insidious Twinkle: KwameKilstrawberry:
So, I moved away to college at 18 and never went back. My brother was out at 21, my sister at 20. My mom was often quite the hardass with us, and actually would not let us move back in. I crashed on friends' couches a few times (either paid rent, bought groceries, or did chores). My sibs and I have always stood on our own. We don't resent our mom at all; in fact, we all love her and love to visit her.

But she was always strict with us, so maybe it's a whole other world when you suddenly put your foot down.

Good luck.

Personally, I think if you're still at your parents' after 23, either you or your parent(s) had better have some kind of disability. Otherwise, you're a loser. Most people I know have a strict policy of not dating people who live with their folks.

Oh, and my dad left when I was 12, so mom had to do a damn lot by herself.

She found the love of her life when she was 57.


Oh 23, is that the universal rule or did you pull that number out of your ass? I went to college at 17 and after college and renting some, I decided to move back home at 25 to save a shiatload of cash and buy a house. Which is probably 5x nicer than someone my age (27) should be able to afford. So don't be a douch and make generalizations.
 
2009-11-11 04:39:29 PM
So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.
 
2009-11-11 04:40:35 PM
My advise is the second your wife/girlfriend/whatever starts using sex as a weapon get yourself one of these...

NSFW Link

And start interviewing her replacement.

Also, get a vasectomy without telling anyone.

That way when she turns up pregnant it's a fun situation rather than a stressful one.

The look on a woman's face when her attempt at manipulation via fake or, even better, real pregnancy is crushed is priceless.

The only thing better is going on 'Maury' so she can be humiliated on national TV.

/You are NOT the father!
 
2009-11-11 04:40:43 PM
I guess something this silly isn't in Paris, Texas? Nice to know that the Americans don't have a monopoly on 'odd'

What Paris really looks like in the spring ....
api.ning.com
 
2009-11-11 04:41:29 PM
Fifty one years married in January. Our agreement is who ever asked for a divorce takes the kids.
 
2009-11-11 04:42:06 PM
GaidinCanuck: So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.


Speaking as someone who has been cronically single. It doesn't have to be that good to be better than what you have to look forward to if you don't fall in love.
 
2009-11-11 04:43:22 PM
GaidinCanuck: Is it truly better to have loved and lost?


No. Save yourself the time. Off yourself now.
 
2009-11-11 04:43:57 PM
OgreMagi: mytdawg: whotrode_dat_ham_atme: THIS JUST IN... Some people enjoy marriage, don't cheat, and live happily ever after.

Now back your regular program of fat, lazy losers who can't get laid or a date who say it's because they like it that way.

I bet you're great fun at the dinner table. You seem a lot more unpleasant than us fat lazy losers. Try the decaf.

It turned out my ex's family had a history of mental illness. Her daughter (my stepdaughter) became bipolar when she hit her teen years. That was really when the marriage started to fall apart. My ex refused to accept that there was something wrong with her precious little snowflake, so she ignored two psychiatrists who diagnosed bipolar disorder and came up with some excuse that it was all my fault. Her daughter would disappear for days at a time to get mindlessly drunk. My fault. Her daughter disappeared from an AA meeting and showed up naked and drunk the next morning. My fault. Her daughter would sleep with guys for a bottle of cheap whisky. Yep, my fault.

I suspected my wife was also suffering from a mental disorder and suggested she get evaluated by a psychiatrists. That suggestion was a big hit.

Later I learned her father killed her mother and himself (she had originally told me they died in a car accident). That explained why she refused to believe there there was anything wrong with her daughter or herself. She was afraid.

Despite all this, I still tried my best to try to repair the damage to our family. That was a futile gesture.


If at first you don't succeed...fark it, and move on.
 
2009-11-11 04:46:34 PM
Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day


Yeah, gorgor makes me want to by a keyboard with macro capabilities.I get tired of all this ctrl+c, ctrl+t,
ctrl+v, enter. Rinse wash repeat b.s.

Now about this hot gal that likes to pee, oddly it ... oh never mind.
 
2009-11-11 04:47:06 PM
I have to say I preferred JohnDX's links over Gorgors.
 
2009-11-11 04:47:24 PM
texastag: My advise is the second your wife/girlfriend/whatever starts using sex as a weapon get yourself one of these...

NSFW Link

And start interviewing her replacement.

Also, get a vasectomy without telling anyone.

That way when she turns up pregnant it's a fun situation rather than a stressful one.

The look on a woman's face when her attempt at manipulation via fake or, even better, real pregnancy is crushed is priceless.

The only thing better is going on 'Maury' so she can be humiliated on national TV.

/You are NOT the father!


Careful, there are some states where you pay anyway.

There are plenty of men out there paying for kids that aren't theirs.
 
2009-11-11 04:49:33 PM
yukichigai:

I laughed.
 
2009-11-11 04:50:09 PM
enterprise213: Divorce - Separation - Bereavement
Which one does not belong?

Hint: Replace bereavement with "Party Hard"
Now you're talking!



This.
My husband of 30 years passed away recently. I doubt a makeover would ease my grieving.
 
2009-11-11 04:50:25 PM
texastag: My advise is the second your wife/girlfriend/whatever starts using sex as a weapon get yourself one of these...

NSFW Link


The Bad-Boy intimidates me. Not sure if I would buy again.
 
2009-11-11 04:50:56 PM
So wait a minute... She went looking for advice on how to be a better mom and care for her kids, but she went and got a makeover instead?

Methinks the wrong parent won the custody battle.
 
2009-11-11 04:52:06 PM
sboyle1020:

Oh 23, is that the universal rule or did you pull that number out of your ass? I went to college at 17 and after college and renting some, I decided to move back home at 25 to save a shiatload of cash and buy a house. Which is probably 5x nicer than someone my age (27) should be able to afford. So don't be a douch and make generalizations.


I went to college at 17 as well, and was in my first home (owner, not renter) by the time I was 21. Sold it a couple of years later when I moved for a small profit. None of this required my parents' involvement.

/Douche
 
2009-11-11 04:53:20 PM
OgreMagi: Fluorescent Testicle: As farked up as it sounds, I would much rather be widowed than divorced.

As it stands, I have to live with the knowledge that, no matter how hard I tried, I just wasn't good enough."

Ditto. Despite doing everything the counsellors suggested, it wasn't good enough. In fact, doing what was suggested was usually what my ex did not want me to do. I soon realized that the reason we kept going to different counsellors was because my ex was shopping for one that would side with her. I was naive enough to think it wasn't about taking sides.


Ouch. Been there. Done that. Bought the T-Shirt.

When one party decides it's over, there really isn't anything to be done. My Ex would go through the motions, and try to see what she could weasel out of me in my desperation to make our relationship continue to work. A laptop. An expensive ring. An expensive camera. And still, I was put out on the curb 2 weeks before Christmas. "She was tired of maintaining the facade."

Step one is for you to realize that none of this was a mistake on your part. People change. 18 years is a long time, and she is a different woman with different needs than the person you fell in love with.

Acknowledge. Move on. Have no regrets.

/And gloat to yourself how, with you gone, she's going to have to live with her real problem. Herself.
 
2009-11-11 04:55:26 PM
GaidinCanuck: So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.


I tell myself I'll never regret getting married and having kids because if I say it enough maybe I'll believe it?

But it sure didn't work out the way I thought it would. Still, the kids grounded me. I left home at 19 when I got married and never went back. Given I've been a single mom and haven't lost my house, haven't gone deeply into debt, hooked up with some murderous bastard or become a crack whore, I guess it could have been a lot worse.

/not sure what I would have done if I hadn't got married. Prolly still living with mom like my 47-year old brother.
 
2009-11-11 04:55:54 PM
Insidious Twinkle: KwameKilstrawberry:
So, I moved away to college at 18 and never went back. My brother was out at 21, my sister at 20. My mom was often quite the hardass with us, and actually would not let us move back in. I crashed on friends' couches a few times (either paid rent, bought groceries, or did chores). My sibs and I have always stood on our own. We don't resent our mom at all; in fact, we all love her and love to visit her.

But she was always strict with us, so maybe it's a whole other world when you suddenly put your foot down.

Good luck.

Personally, I think if you're still at your parents' after 23, either you or your parent(s) had better have some kind of disability. Otherwise, you're a loser. Most people I know have a strict policy of not dating people who live with their folks.

Oh, and my dad left when I was 12, so mom had to do a damn lot by herself.

She found the love of her life when she was 57.


When the ex left me and our 1.5 year old son high and dry, I had no where to go on short notice. So I moved in with my parents at 27 for 6 months. Does that make me a loser, Twinkletoes?
 
2009-11-11 04:58:19 PM
1lastcall: /Share custody and expenses for my son with my ex. No court ordered visitations or financial agreements. Zero animosity, zero problems. We are friends and we both put the little guy first. It helps that we didn't seperate because of a third party. I just sucked at being married.

Sounds familiar. Been there, done that, had a few minor-ish speed bumps, but things are good. And the best things are that we're better friends now than when married and the little guy is not stuck in some insane tug of war.
 
2009-11-11 04:58:52 PM
IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: sboyle1020:

Oh 23, is that the universal rule or did you pull that number out of your ass? I went to college at 17 and after college and renting some, I decided to move back home at 25 to save a shiatload of cash and buy a house. Which is probably 5x nicer than someone my age (27) should be able to afford. So don't be a douch and make generalizations.

I went to college at 17 as well, and was in my first home (owner, not renter) by the time I was 21. Sold it a couple of years later when I moved for a small profit. None of this required my parents' involvement.

/Douche


Ohhh good for you. Condo/townhouse doesn't count.
 
2009-11-11 04:59:45 PM
/popcorn
 
2009-11-11 05:01:14 PM
dead_dangler: 1lastcall: dead_dangler: Just remember: The only bigger loser than your ex is the person that married them in the first place!

/he'll change!
//she won't change!

Ummmm... Dead Dangler??? Aren't you the person who married your ex in the first place?

Yes. Exactly my point.

Constantly telling the world how much of loser your ex was says more about you than it does your ex.

/oh I know, YOUR situation was different


Nope. I was a douchebag. I hated being married. My ex is a sweetpea who deserved wayyyyyy better than me.

*Facepalm* Sorry I missed your point entirely.
 
2009-11-11 05:01:25 PM
so there's a fark party in paris?
 
2009-11-11 05:02:11 PM
NaziKamikaze:
When the ex left me and our 1.5 year old son high and dry, I had no where to go on short notice. So I moved in with my parents at 27 for 6 months. Does that make me a loser, Twinkletoes?


My ex left me abruptly when I was 27 with a 2 yr old daughter and I was in a city with only a friend or two and no family within 1000 miles. My mom pushed me to move back in, but I would've rather lived in hell than move back in with them. So, I'll go with "borderline loser" for you. j/k

/Props to single dads and moms
//It's tough
 
2009-11-11 05:02:39 PM
GaidinCanuck: So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.


"Worth" is more of a personal thing.

I'm the frigging Wile.E.Coyote of love. I'll be chasing that road runner no matter how many Acme brand devices explode on me, or how many anvils get dropped on my head.

I've been in love a few times. The first time you think "This will last forever". The second time you think "*THIS* will last forever". I'm at the point now where I enjoy it while it lasts, and I don't get bent out of shape when it doesn't work out.

And strangely, the people I find I have the most in common with are those with the same mindset.
 
2009-11-11 05:02:53 PM
sboyle1020:

Ohhh good for you. Condo/townhouse doesn't count.


Did you see condo or townhouse listed?
 
2009-11-11 05:03:05 PM
mccallcl: Divorce is worse than cancer.

At least when you die from cancer no one calls you a loser.


I think this is my new favorite line.

That being said the people doing the calling usually don't have a clue how you can be sailing along, married, housed, busy etc and suddenly the next year you're moving your crap into somewhere half as nice and trying to figure out what the fark just happened.
 
2009-11-11 05:04:07 PM
IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: sboyle1020:

Ohhh good for you. Condo/townhouse doesn't count.

Did you see condo or townhouse listed?


Assumed.
 
2009-11-11 05:05:12 PM
sboyle1020:

Assumed.


Assumptions are a biatch. Sorry, you don't pass to the next round. :)
 
2009-11-11 05:05:34 PM
Marshall Banana: mccallcl: Divorce is worse than cancer.

At least when you die from cancer no one calls you a loser.

I think this is my new favorite line.

That being said the people doing the calling usually don't have a clue how you can be sailing along, married, housed, busy etc and suddenly the next year you're moving your crap into somewhere half as nice and trying to figure out what the fark just happened.


THIS
 
2009-11-11 05:06:22 PM
Well, having just crossed the 10 year anniversery mark (been together for 15) with my wife and going strong, I can certainly agree that this sort of thing would be very valuable if I suddenly found myself single (for whatever reason).

I have often 'joked' to my wife and friends that I would have no idea how to 'close the deal' if I found myself out there in the single world again.

Not a joke, I would have no clue.
 
2009-11-11 05:08:05 PM
Drizzit: so there's a fark party in paris?

I'm holding out for one Somewhere in North Carolina.
 
2009-11-11 05:08:33 PM
IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: sboyle1020:

Assumed.

Assumptions are a biatch. Sorry, you don't pass to the next round. :)


Luckily, the day is over :) ....except for the hour commute
 
2009-11-11 05:08:55 PM
stjeanp: 1lastcall: /Share custody and expenses for my son with my ex. No court ordered visitations or financial agreements. Zero animosity, zero problems. We are friends and we both put the little guy first. It helps that we didn't seperate because of a third party. I just sucked at being married.

Sounds familiar. Been there, done that, had a few minor-ish speed bumps, but things are good. And the best things are that we're better friends now than when married and the little guy is not stuck in some insane tug of war.


Awesome, isn't it? I've heard some real divorce horror stories and it never fails to make me grateful my ex and I managed to stay friends.
 
2009-11-11 05:09:47 PM
IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: NaziKamikaze:
When the ex left me and our 1.5 year old son high and dry, I had no where to go on short notice. So I moved in with my parents at 27 for 6 months. Does that make me a loser, Twinkletoes?

My ex left me abruptly when I was 27 with a 2 yr old daughter and I was in a city with only a friend or two and no family within 1000 miles. My mom pushed me to move back in, but I would've rather lived in hell than move back in with them. So, I'll go with "borderline loser" for you. j/k

/Props to single dads and moms
//It's tough


That's why I noted the 6 months. I was not in good shape at the time, I had literally no time to find a place and move, and it helped being somewhere solid.

/I still hurt for the little guy.
//He will never know his parents together.
 
2009-11-11 05:11:31 PM
sboyle1020:

Luckily, the day is over :) ....except for the hour commute


*shakes fist*

Same time tomorrow? ;)
 
2009-11-11 05:13:01 PM
IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: sboyle1020:

Luckily, the day is over :) ....except for the hour commute

*shakes fist*

Same time tomorrow? ;)


You're lucky my boss stopped by...Sure, I'll see you in the 1st teacher having sex with student thread tomorrow :)
 
2009-11-11 05:13:44 PM
NaziKamikaze: /I still hurt for the little guy.
//He will never know his parents together.


Sometimes that's better.
Maybe together would have been more troubling down the line.
 
2009-11-11 05:13:49 PM
NaziKamikaze:
That's why I noted the 6 months. I was not in good shape at the time, I had literally no time to find a place and move, and it helped being somewhere solid.

/I still hurt for the little guy.
//He will never know his parents together.


It's tough, no question about it and definite props to you. Yeah, I felt that way about my daughter too, especially when the ex willfully chose NOT to live nearby despite job opportunities, et al. But, I remarried and my daughter treats her stepmom like her real mom and isn't upset about not seeing her birth mom all that often, so it all worked out. Kids are pretty resilient. :)
 
2009-11-11 05:15:53 PM
For the ALS contingent check this site http://www.eyewriter.org/ copy and paste

>>>About:
Members of Free Art and Technology (FAT), OpenFrameworks, the Graffiti Research Lab, and The Ebeling Group communities have teamed-up with a legendary LA graffiti writer, publisher and activist, named Tony Quan, aka TEMPTONE. Tony was diagnosed with ALS in 2003, a disease which has left him almost completely physically paralyzed... except for his eyes. This international team is working together to create a low-cost, open source eye-tracking system that will allow ALS patients to draw using just their eyes. The long-term goal is to create a professional/social network of software developers, hardware hackers, urban projection artists and ALS patients from around the world who are using local materials and open source research to creatively connect and make eye art.
 
2009-11-11 05:16:47 PM
1lastcall: Awesome, isn't it? I've heard some real divorce horror stories and it never fails to make me grateful my ex and I managed to stay friends.

I wouldn't say awesome. For me it was the best of a bunch of bad choices. Not being able to see my son as much as I'd like (distance, not conflict) sucks...
 
2009-11-11 05:17:52 PM
sboyle1020: IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: sboyle1020:

Luckily, the day is over :) ....except for the hour commute

*shakes fist*

Same time tomorrow? ;)

You're lucky my boss stopped by...Sure, I'll see you in the 1st teacher having sex with student thread tomorrow :)


Someone sent me the wrong schedule. Mine says we're having a "Japanese schoolgirls turning to prostitution for designer clothes" thread.
 
2009-11-11 05:22:19 PM
FTA: "There's nothing worse than just living together. If your partner has an accident, or leaves, you've got no rights," she said. "It's catastrophic."

Wow. That's some powerful stupid.
 
2009-11-11 05:23:44 PM
stjeanp: 1lastcall: Awesome, isn't it? I've heard some real divorce horror stories and it never fails to make me grateful my ex and I managed to stay friends.

I wouldn't say awesome. For me it was the best of a bunch of bad choices. Not being able to see my son as much as I'd like (distance, not conflict) sucks...


I'm sorry ... my ex and I live within minutes of each other. I can't imagine how tough it must be not to see your child every day. I only meant that it's awesome when two people can put aside their differences and sometimes justifiable feelings of hurt and anger and stay sane for the child.
 
2009-11-11 05:23:53 PM
gambitsgirl: Early bereavement is the tragic lot of some 24,000 women and 6,000 men under the age of 55 who lose their partners each year.


I'm NOT ALONE


enterprise213:

Divorce - Separation - Bereavement
Which one does not belong?

Hint: Replace bereavement with "Party Hard"
Now you're talking!



WTF - we need love too! :-P


What a strange thing to AW on....
 
2009-11-11 05:25:54 PM
A quick question? How should you feel if you love the one that deserted you?

I know, there are newspaper columns that address that... but my heart is more realistic.
 
2009-11-11 05:31:24 PM
My wife deserted me out of the blue. It hurt for a long time until I realized I was happy for the first time in years.

time heals
 
2009-11-11 05:31:38 PM
1lastcall: I'm sorry ... my ex and I live within minutes of each other. I can't imagine how tough it must be not to see your child every day. I only meant that it's awesome when two people can put aside their differences and sometimes justifiable feelings of hurt and anger and stay sane for the child.

Ah! Yep, that part definitely is. In fact we had the whole agreement written out ourselves. Had a lawyer friend write it up and file it in Illinois (where she lives) because it's a "fair and equitable" state unlike Texas which is "community property".

Just miss the little guy, and phone and webcam aren't the same... :(

But then again, Christmas is just around the corner and I'll be up there for a week. Gonna do another Pinewood Derby car with him and teach him the joys of running cables in a finished house.
 
2009-11-11 05:33:45 PM
Zanysportslady: NaziKamikaze: /I still hurt for the little guy.
//He will never know his parents together.

Sometimes that's better.
Maybe together would have been more troubling down the line.


Oh, no doubt. But it wasn't that bad, I didn't know she was ready to bail for the first guy to try to get in her pants. Generally if the sex is still there, it's not that point yet. We could have improved our relationship, for sure, but it was nowhere near the point "Geronimo!" At least I thought.

IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T:
It's tough, no question about it and definite props to you. Yeah, I felt that way about my daughter too, especially when the ex willfully chose NOT to live nearby despite job opportunities, et al. But, I remarried and my daughter treats her stepmom like her real mom and isn't upset about not seeing her birth mom all that often, so it all worked out. Kids are pretty resilient. :)


Well, he still sees her. It's not so much that. But back then I was still living with her for a month and a half watching him at night while she cavorted around with a new boy toy. Right in my face. Doing things she never did for me...some farking torture I tell you.
 
2009-11-11 05:41:32 PM
Sorry, but I'm booked for 12-steppapalooza that weekend.
 
2009-11-11 05:42:23 PM
I've never been married because I have less-than-excellent social skills, so I'm getting a kick out of some of these responses.
 
2009-11-11 05:44:40 PM
MattyBlast: I've never been married because I have less-than-excellent social skills, so I'm getting a kick out of some of these responses.

Is it your bad social skills or your good decision making skills?
 
2009-11-11 05:47:06 PM
AKA any bar on Friday and Saturday night that is frequented by people who are at least 30 years old.

So in other words, not the "first ever," just maybe the first "official"...
 
2009-11-11 05:52:22 PM
gorbishof: My wife deserted me out of the blue. It hurt for a long time until I realized I was happy for the first time in years.

time heals


Honestly... Thanks for your post.

I married young, and I still love her. I am not yet over the situation. She is still a good woman. We just grew apart.
 
2009-11-11 05:53:22 PM
NaziKamikaze: Well, he still sees her. It's not so much that. But back then I was still living with her for a month and a half watching him at night while she cavorted around with a new boy toy. Right in my face. Doing things she never did for me...some farking torture I tell you.

Bummer
 
2009-11-11 05:55:40 PM
bushbot111: MattyBlast: I've never been married because I have less-than-excellent social skills, so I'm getting a kick out of some of these responses.

Is it your bad social skills or your good decision making skills?


Much love. Yeah, there were a few "good decisions," but now that I'm 36, I'm wondering how good they really were. Maybe I could have put up with the BS for the sake of having my own baby in my arms. Now it's damn-near too late for that.
 
2009-11-11 05:56:05 PM
Just cruise the bars and play pool, enjoy the scenery....

Link (new window)NSFW
 
2009-11-11 05:56:24 PM
Gotta let it go, Casper. I felt the same way. She's happy and I'm happy. Together, neither of us were.
 
2009-11-11 05:58:33 PM
gorbishof: My wife deserted me out of the blue. It hurt for a long time until I realized I was happy for the first time in years.
time heals


If someone was just going to leave me, I'd rather they did it out of the blue. Because once it's over, there's no reason to discuss it and relive everything. Once the first person has decided, there's really nothing else to say.
 
2009-11-11 05:59:56 PM
It damn near killed me. I got better.
 
2009-11-11 06:01:45 PM
gorgor: They have target practice too
http://tinyurl.com/ykskkah
(copy and paste, NSFW)


WIN.
 
2009-11-11 06:02:30 PM
CasperImproved: gorbishof: My wife deserted me out of the blue. It hurt for a long time until I realized I was happy for the first time in years.

time heals

Honestly... Thanks for your post.

I married young, and I still love her. I am not yet over the situation. She is still a good woman. We just grew apart.


10 years divorced and I'll never be over my ex. Don't even care to look for someone else, either. And him wanting to rekindle things right now isn't making it any better, because not a damn thing has changed. He still does the shiat that pisses me off and I'm sure I still do the shiat that pisses him off.

He's going through his second divorce and I'm still available. That's pretty much the only reason why he wants to hook up again. And even if I am stuck on him, I know in my heart of hearts that getting back with him will be an epic disaster.

So we just have to deal with the fact we got married too young, and hurt each other too much and our lives have taken us places where we can't turn back.

Goddamnit, it's like a bad Danielle Steele book and the farking tragedy hasn't even started yet. When his second wife moves from wife beating to child abuse accusations, and after she has his balls hanging from her rearview mirror, it's going to get really bad.

I just can't deal with his baggage. Me? Since I stayed independent, I don't have that kind of baggage to deal with and it suits me just fine.
 
2009-11-11 06:03:36 PM
NaziKamikaze:
Well, he still sees her. It's not so much that. But back then I was still living with her for a month and a half watching him at night while she cavorted around with a new boy toy. Right in my face. Doing things she never did for me...some farking torture I tell you.


Oh, so been there and so done that...

That's why I apply the narcissist dipshiat filter on all future love interests.

My experience with love and love lost has given me the greatest gift of all: Standards.
 
2009-11-11 06:03:36 PM
GaidinCanuck: So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.


Well, I would suggest taking it a step at time and find someone to spend today with and maybe that will be the person you wish to spend tomorrow with, etc. :)

I find if you concentrate more on having fun and being you instead of this insane "search for the best one" you will be way better off.
 
2009-11-11 06:10:17 PM
David after Divorce (new window)
 
2009-11-11 06:20:46 PM
Mrs. R. and I were discussing this just the other day. We've been sharing the sheets for 32 years now. If she died, I wouldn't have a clue how to date, or even ask another woman out. Or what to do on a date. Sadly, I would probably attend an event like this. With all the other losers.
 
2009-11-11 06:21:07 PM
MattyBlast: bushbot111: MattyBlast: I've never been married because I have less-than-excellent social skills, so I'm getting a kick out of some of these responses.

Is it your bad social skills or your good decision making skills?

Much love. Yeah, there were a few "good decisions," but now that I'm 36, I'm wondering how good they really were. Maybe I could have put up with the BS for the sake of having my own baby in my arms. Now it's damn-near too late for that.


When you fantasize about this, I bet you don't fantasize about the sleepless nights, the arguments over how to raise the kids, and the $250,000 over 18 years missing from your net worth.

Babies do not make you happier. In fact the opposite is true. They've actually studied this.
 
2009-11-11 06:21:58 PM
sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.


Speaking of, the following is how you make my favorites list

Shrinkynuts McAngrypants: (from waxing thread 7/28/09)
You Rule, Vietnamese Waxer Lady

My regular waxer was not available and I just could not bear the wild, untamed amazon bush jungle that my, well, bush had become for another day.

So I came to you on my lunch hour, Anonymous Vietnamese Waxer Lady who works at the cheapie nail place. We were mere strangers before this afternoon, but after knowing you only an hour, I feel like I must point out the reasons why you rule.

When it was necessary to get on all fours to do the "taint" part of the wax, you applied the wax so delicately to my bunghole, then asked, in what I assumed were two of the only five English words you know, "Too hot?" I responded yes, it was too hot. And without hesitation, you blew on it to cool the hot wax. YOU BLEW ON MY BUNGHOLE, Vietnamese Waxer Lady. Do you know how special that is? Nobody blows on the bung. Nobody.

Since you were a bit clumsy with the wax, there were many bits leftover that did not get taken up onto the "Strip of Doom" as I like to call it. So without any sort of trepidation whatsoever, you happily took a cotton ball and dug the wax out of my vaginal canal yourself. How did you manage to do that without making me feel the least bit uncomfortable, Vietnamese Waxer Lady? Were you a gynecologist back in Vietnam and they wouldn't let you practice medicine in the United States when you immigrated here, and so now you wax pubes for a living? I know that kind of thing happens all the time, and it wouldn't surprise me at all to know this occupation has not been your first foray into coochdom. And I know this is totally inappropriate, but I even started to feel, dare I say, a tiny bit frisky from the action. You just seemed to know my vagina so very well. Almost like you were two old friends, and I was this new acquaintance showing up to lunch with you and my vagina, but then was all like "Oh. I see you two have already met."

Since you don't speak much English, you had to motion to me where to place my legs in the air to best reach the "corner" as you called it. Most people would have been uncomfortable with their legs in the air and then having their butt cheeks spread further apart, mere centimeters from the face of a stranger. But you smiled at me and with a subtle expression, indicated that you, too, felt my pain. You should give lessons to medical students, Vietnamese Waxer Lady, on how to have good bedside manner. Or I guess in your case, ass-side manner.

I thanked you with a good tip, but I want to thank you here, publicly, for your selfless action, and for doing your part on behalf of all humanity to keep my pubes under control.
 
2009-11-11 06:24:14 PM
EdNortonsTwin: If you have the means, you simply move to where the party is at and start drinkin. Downtown, the beach, college town...

Sounds like Santa Barbara.

/I love it here
 
2009-11-11 06:31:47 PM
gambitsgirl:
/just had my legs done for the first time - back in the dating scene
//hurt like a biatch
///peed the table a bit



I remember you from a thread just after the hubby died. Good to see you doing well.

Advice: you mentioned peeing twice and crapping once. Although caregiving to your husband is a wonderful, integral part of who you are, it might be best to squelch the poopy talk while dating.

/you're still awesome
//and hot
 
2009-11-11 06:34:54 PM
landsnark1: sboyle1020: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

You need to find yourself a good Eastern European woman. I went once with an ex, literally in the room and all, and she sweared it wasn't that bad. You just need to find a good one. Is that odd that I was in the room while she was being waxed? This is the first I've talked about this experience, and seeing it written out, it seems creepy.

Speaking of, the following is how you make my favorites list

Shrinkynuts McAngrypants: (from waxing thread 7/28/09)
You Rule, Vietnamese Waxer Lady

...

long post




That's a Best of Craigslist post.

I know this because I spend way too much time on the internet.
 
2009-11-11 06:44:27 PM
APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/ydmqh9s
(copy and paste)
 
2009-11-11 07:06:05 PM
I got married at 21 (semi-shotgun wedding) and got divorced at 24.

But she decided that she wanted to go out slutting around. Oddly enough, I really loved her, so I was pretty devastated when she stole my sons and left.

I went a little insane in the following months. I didn't care about anything but pussy, pumping iron, drugs, and booze, and damn everything else straight to hell.

But to get back at her for her betrayal, I made damned sure that she knew about my whoring around. Her reaction to the pictures of my naked ass in bed with two naked women was PRICELESS.
 
2009-11-11 07:18:16 PM
gambitsgirl: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

this


It gets easier.

It also helps to have a good wax tech.

I think it hurts less to wax than shave.

/also recently single again
 
2009-11-11 07:30:45 PM
GaidinCanuck: So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.


Yes.

I was married to the "good on paper" guy. He was a really good guy, he really was. We also didn't have a whole lot in common, he was always really negative, he didn't want to try anything ever, it was always his way or not at all. And when he let me make decisions, he'd complain about not liking my choices... really passive-aggressive. He had deep-seated emotional issues that he refused to deal with. But he didn't beat me, he didn't drink, he didn't abandon me during football season. There was also no passion, no spark... just kinda there. In a way it made it harder, not having a specific reason to leave the relationship. I really did love him. The love got chipped away little by little. I have to say I don't miss him. There were good aspects to the relationship and I learned from the experience. I feel I am a better person for having gone through that experience. I'm lonely and I kinda miss having someone but, you know, I still have hope.

Or something.

I think my point is, your experiences make you who you are. Even if you don't like the experiences, you can learn from them.

/yeah, I know, "cool story, bro."
 
2009-11-11 07:48:07 PM
Needlessly Complicated: GaidinCanuck:
I was married to the "good on paper" guy. He was a really good guy, he really was. We also didn't have a whole lot in common, he was always really negative, he didn't want to try anything ever, it was always his way or not at all. And when he let me make decisions, he'd complain about not liking my choices... really passive-aggressive. He had deep-seated emotional issues that he refused to deal with. But he didn't beat me, he didn't drink, he didn't abandon me during football season. There was also no passion, no spark... just kinda there.


That's weird I don't remember being married to you.
 
2009-11-11 08:10:50 PM
sboyle1020: IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: sboyle1020:

Luckily, the day is over :) ....except for the hour commute

*shakes fist*

Same time tomorrow? ;)

You're lucky my boss stopped by...Sure, I'll see you in the 1st teacher having sex with student thread tomorrow :)


Wow, you guys, this is so sweet.
 
2009-11-11 08:18:13 PM
vernonFL: There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.


But nobody at the "titty-bar" is someone you want to bring home.
 
2009-11-11 08:19:29 PM
CasperImproved: vernonFL: There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.

But nobody at the "titty-bar" is someone you want to bring home.


Speak for yourself!
 
2009-11-11 08:21:30 PM
OgreMagi: CasperImproved: vernonFL: There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.

But nobody at the "titty-bar" is someone you want to bring home.

Speak for yourself!


You are right of course, I should not account for other's tastes.

Besides, there might actually be a diamond in the rough out there somewhere.
 
2009-11-11 08:50:40 PM
Needlessly Complicated: gambitsgirl: 1lastcall: I had the 'hoo-ha' waxed once. Once. Babyjebuscryinginthemanger, that was a whole new level of pain.

this

It gets easier.

It also helps to have a good wax tech.

I think it hurts less to wax than shave.
/also recently single again



You're doing it wrong.
 
2009-11-11 08:53:52 PM
Am I the only one who had an awesome divorce? We separated fairly amicably, didn't really fight over anything, and still write occasionally.

That's a gross oversimplification, but still, compared to the horror stories I've heard, damn.
 
2009-11-11 09:08:27 PM
unheatedgarage: Am I the only one who had an awesome divorce? We separated fairly amicably, didn't really fight over anything, and still write occasionally.

That's a gross oversimplification, but still, compared to the horror stories I've heard, damn.


Sounds like you, 1lastcall, and myself did...
 
2009-11-11 09:12:25 PM
By the way unheatedgarage, is that your Guzzi? Don't see too many on the road...
 
2009-11-11 09:31:09 PM
unheatedgarage: Am I the only one who had an awesome divorce? We separated fairly amicably, didn't really fight over anything, and still write occasionally.

That's a gross oversimplification, but still, compared to the horror stories I've heard, damn.


Yes. Wow. Yer divorce sounded almost painless. Nice work.

I'm not sure whether you deserve praise or scorn.

AND, not sure whether yer a robot, a zombie, or an inhuman demon-like fleshbot in an unheated garage...

;)
 
2009-11-11 09:38:00 PM
TrixieDelite: Smeggy Smurf:
THIS

So what if they're not perfect. They're just as horny as you are. That's the trick, take care of getting your dick wet regularly while you search for the one you're going to live in sin with forever.

I suggest you introduce your right hand to a little saliva mixed with Liquid Silk.

/unless you're a lefty


Oh hell no, I have very low standards so I'm getting some. So she's not much to look at. I can close my eyes. So she's really gawdawful butt ugly. I can turn the lights out. So she's Medusa's ugly sister. That's why man invented the paper bag and doggy style and reverse cowgirl.

You have to choose, low standards or hand. Low standards should win every time.
 
2009-11-11 09:40:42 PM
Becausestjeanp: By the way unheatedgarage, is that your Guzzi? Don't see too many on the road...



Because they're usually in the shop.

/ex-Guzzi salesman.
//Ducati isn't much better.
 
2009-11-11 09:48:35 PM
D_S_W: Becausestjeanp: By the way unheatedgarage, is that your Guzzi? Don't see too many on the road...



Because they're usually in the shop.

/ex-Guzzi salesman.
//Ducati isn't much better.


QFT
 
2009-11-11 09:52:12 PM
Smeggy Smurf: TrixieDelite: Smeggy Smurf:
THIS

So what if they're not perfect. They're just as horny as you are. That's the trick, take care of getting your dick wet regularly while you search for the one you're going to live in sin with forever.

I suggest you introduce your right hand to a little saliva mixed with Liquid Silk.

/unless you're a lefty

Oh hell no, I have very low standards so I'm getting some. So she's not much to look at. I can close my eyes. So she's really gawdawful butt ugly. I can turn the lights out. So she's Medusa's ugly sister. That's why man invented the paper bag and doggy style and reverse cowgirl.

You have to choose, low standards or hand. Low standards should win every time.


If I were a female, I'd certainly like to hear your attitudes up front.

Tell all of them how you feel.

Don't be a chicken.
 
2009-11-11 09:52:59 PM
unheatedgarage: Am I the only one who had an awesome divorce? We separated fairly amicably, didn't really fight over anything, and still write occasionally.

That's a gross oversimplification, but still, compared to the horror stories I've heard, damn.


You are not alone! As stjeanp said, we both managed to hold our shiat together for our kids. My ex and I didn't fight at all. There was a lot of sadness, but no outright anger. We split everything equally, spend a large portion of the special days (Christmas, birthdays, easter) together so our kids aren't making a choice about whether to hurt mom or dad, and go to our sons sport games together.
As I was typing this, I realized one of the reasons it was so easy to split our possessions up was because we had seperate living rooms, seperate interests and seperate lives when we were together. *Sigh*
 
2009-11-11 09:53:13 PM
Thuper Ranger: sadly, this is relevant to my interests.

Same here.

I was separated for a year and lived like a hermit. The divorce was finalized two months ago. Now I'm forcing myself to go out and meet people/talk to strangers/flirt and smile at attractive women/reconnect with old friends/etc. I find socializing like this a lot easier now in my mid 30's than it ever was in my 20's. I make good money, I'm in great shape, and I have a confidence in who I am that I lacked when I was younger.

I truly love my ex and wish she was having as good of time with it as I am.
 
2009-11-11 10:08:52 PM
stjeanp: Sounds like you, 1lastcall, and myself did...

Well, I should have skimmed the thread more betterly then. Most of it read like a Greek tragedy. It's nice to see some of us got out relatively unscathed.

Yes that is my Guzzi. As a strange bunch of riders we would only come out at night, but Italian wiring is so crappy.

Oddly, that bike was one of many reasons for the divorce.
 
2009-11-11 10:16:29 PM
CasperImproved: Smeggy Smurf: TrixieDelite: Smeggy Smurf:
THIS

So what if they're not perfect. They're just as horny as you are. That's the trick, take care of getting your dick wet regularly while you search for the one you're going to live in sin with forever.

I suggest you introduce your right hand to a little saliva mixed with Liquid Silk.

/unless you're a lefty

Oh hell no, I have very low standards so I'm getting some. So she's not much to look at. I can close my eyes. So she's really gawdawful butt ugly. I can turn the lights out. So she's Medusa's ugly sister. That's why man invented the paper bag and doggy style and reverse cowgirl.

You have to choose, low standards or hand. Low standards should win every time.

If I were a female, I'd certainly like to hear your attitudes up front.

Tell all of them how you feel.

Don't be a chicken.farkbuddies are there to get your dick wet and no more. Make it clear they are your personal cumdumpster and if they're as horny as you are and have as low of standards as you have then you're set.

/has it figured out
 
2009-11-11 10:18:37 PM
so much for remembering to close tags
 
2009-11-11 10:25:58 PM
D_S_W: Because they're usually in the shop.

Most cheap-ass Guzzi riders try to fix their bike, fail, and leave it under a tarp.

This is why they aren't on the road.

Or they're just POS's
 
2009-11-11 10:31:50 PM
Indubitably: AND, not sure whether yer a robot, a zombie, or an inhuman demon-like fleshbot in an unheated garage...

/shivering in ur garage, watching you bust ur knucklez
 
2009-11-11 10:33:07 PM
unheatedgarage: Most cheap-ass Guzzi riders try to fix their bike, fail, and leave it under a tarp.

You just described my godnephew to a T. I've cleared space in my garage (he's an apartment dweller) for him to work on it, but somehow it stays under that tarp...

I've got a Sportster getting ready to be taken down to pieces for a frame up refresh and a R1150RT that's my daily rider.
 
2009-11-11 10:45:39 PM
1lastcall: You are not alone! As stjeanp said, we both managed to hold our shiat together for our kids. My ex and I didn't fight at all. There was a lot of sadness, but no outright anger. We split everything equally, spend a large portion of the special days (Christmas, birthdays, easter) together so our kids aren't making a choice about whether to hurt mom or dad, and go to our sons sport games together.
As I was typing this, I realized one of the reasons it was so easy to split our possessions up was because we had seperate living rooms, seperate interests and seperate lives when we were together. *Sigh*


Wow, even the best divorce wasn't all easy. I couldn't imagine how much worse it would be with children in the picture. It must take a lot of extra effort to have to have to see her on the holidays.

Kudos to you and stjeanp for sticking around for the kids. I'll bet that gets you guys mad bonus points with the ladies.
 
2009-11-11 10:55:06 PM
OgreMagi: CasperImproved: vernonFL: There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.

But nobody at the "titty-bar" is someone you want to bring home.

Speak for yourself!


There's also cougar bars:

i35.tinypic.com

/yes that's a mother/daughter teamup
 
2009-11-11 10:56:17 PM
stjeanp: You just described my godnephew to a T. I've cleared space in my garage (he's an apartment dweller) for him to work on it, but somehow it stays under that tarp...

I've got a Sportster getting ready to be taken down to pieces for a frame up refresh and a R1150RT that's my daily rider.


Well, if it's an old unloved bike under that tarp, EIP.

Good luck on the Sportster, I'm fixing to do a frame-up on an old Commando pretty soon too.
 
2009-11-11 11:03:43 PM
1lastcall: Needlessly Complicated:
I think it hurts less to wax than shave.


You're doing it wrong.


Yeah, probably.

It's a tricky area to shave.
 
2009-11-11 11:06:02 PM
MLWS: Well, having just crossed the 10 year anniversery mark (been together for 15) with my wife and going strong, I can certainly agree that this sort of thing would be very valuable if I suddenly found myself single (for whatever reason).

I have often 'joked' to my wife and friends that I would have no idea how to 'close the deal' if I found myself out there in the single world again.

Not a joke, I would have no clue.


Married 21 years here. I would be lost if thrown back into the dating market.
 
2009-11-11 11:35:39 PM
Ex left me after 10 years when he found out our son had autism (if the child wasn't going to grow up to be just like him, he wasn't interested). Since he was leaving anyway, he farked the babysitter too.

/worked out tho, babysitter's boyfriend was much, much hotter.
 
2009-11-11 11:36:19 PM
Loren: MLWS: Well, having just crossed the 10 year anniversery mark (been together for 15) with my wife and going strong, I can certainly agree that this sort of thing would be very valuable if I suddenly found myself single (for whatever reason).

I have often 'joked' to my wife and friends that I would have no idea how to 'close the deal' if I found myself out there in the single world again.

Not a joke, I would have no clue.

Married 21 years here. I would be lost if thrown back into the dating market.


You'd be surprised... it's easier than you think...
 
2009-11-11 11:44:56 PM
Needlessly Complicated: GaidinCanuck: So, honest question to all those who have been through a rough time either with divorce or death:

Is it truly better to have loved and lost?

/Asking 'cause I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the effort looking for someone to spend my life with.

Yes.

I was married to the "good on paper" guy. He was a really good guy, he really was. We also didn't have a whole lot in common, he was always really negative, he didn't want to try anything ever, it was always his way or not at all. And when he let me make decisions, he'd complain about not liking my choices... really passive-aggressive. He had deep-seated emotional issues that he refused to deal with. But he didn't beat me, he didn't drink, he didn't abandon me during football season. There was also no passion, no spark... just kinda there. In a way it made it harder, not having a specific reason to leave the relationship. I really did love him. The love got chipped away little by little. I have to say I don't miss him. There were good aspects to the relationship and I learned from the experience. I feel I am a better person for having gone through that experience. I'm lonely and I kinda miss having someone but, you know, I still have hope.

Or something.

I think my point is, your experiences make you who you are. Even if you don't like the experiences, you can learn from them.

/yeah, I know, "cool story, bro."


I read that.
 
2009-11-11 11:45:07 PM
AgentKGB: OgreMagi: CasperImproved: vernonFL: There already is a club for that.

Its called 'the titty bar'.

But nobody at the "titty-bar" is someone you want to bring home.

Speak for yourself!

There's also cougar bars:

/yes that's a mother/daughter teamup


The problem with cougars is they are looking for young men. Since I'm 50, I'm not in the running. I don't look 50 (or so I've been told), but that doesn't matter. In a few years when their cougar good looks start to fade they'll wonder why men their age aren't interested.

It seems like all the good looking women who get divorced go crazy for a few years and need a few young studs to validate themselves. In all fairness, I guess men do that, too.
 
2009-11-11 11:48:29 PM
30 years old, was together with my wife for 9 years when she told me she was in love with another man. The hardest part about dealing with it was the fact that I was replaced by a 41 year old guy who was missing teeth and always looks like he has the flu. Giant self-worth issues for a few months and now I just don't know how to initiate.

/I hear violins playing softly
 
2009-11-11 11:58:41 PM
Why do you people even bother with wondering how to get back into the market? If you managed to get the kids out of the way during the first marriage, you've effectively won the natural selection game, and trying again is just being a slave to biology. Eating is a biological instinct also, but once you're full it's unhealthy to keep trying to force more down.

/this statement doesn't apply if you want to keep pumping out children
 
2009-11-12 12:01:56 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: Why do you people even bother with wondering how to get back into the market? If you managed to get the kids out of the way during the first marriage, you've effectively won the natural selection game, and trying again is just being a slave to biology. Eating is a biological instinct also, but once you're full it's unhealthy to keep trying to force more down.

/this statement doesn't apply if you want to keep pumping out children


Well, there's always the theory that relationships with others are about more than just pumping out children. Can't we be done with the breeding part and just keep the wicked hot sex part?
 
2009-11-12 12:09:28 AM
Alas Babylon: Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: Why do you people even bother with wondering how to get back into the market? If you managed to get the kids out of the way during the first marriage, you've effectively won the natural selection game, and trying again is just being a slave to biology. Eating is a biological instinct also, but once you're full it's unhealthy to keep trying to force more down.

/this statement doesn't apply if you want to keep pumping out children

Well, there's always the theory that relationships with others are about more than just pumping out children. Can't we be done with the breeding part and just keep the wicked hot sex part?


Yes. Most certainly, yes.

;)
 
2009-11-12 12:17:54 AM
Alas Babylon: Well, there's always the theory that relationships with others are about more than just pumping out children.

Biologically speaking, not really. And as you only mentioned sex in defense of relationships-without-children, there are other avenues that are both more reliable and cheaper.
 
2009-11-12 12:26:57 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: Alas Babylon: Well, there's always the theory that relationships with others are about more than just pumping out children.

Biologically speaking, not really. And as you only mentioned sex in defense of relationships-without-children, there are other avenues that are both more reliable and cheaper.


Oddly enough some of us enjoy having a partner in life, even if they piss us off & make things more complicated sometimes.
 
2009-11-12 12:31:46 AM
Marshall Banana: Oddly enough some of us enjoy having a partner in life, even if they piss us off & make things more complicated sometimes.

But why?
 
2009-11-12 12:33:25 AM
Marshall Banana: Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: Alas Babylon: Well, there's always the theory that relationships with others are about more than just pumping out children.

Biologically speaking, not really. And as you only mentioned sex in defense of relationships-without-children, there are other avenues that are both more reliable and cheaper.

Oddly enough some of us enjoy having a partner in life, even if they piss us off & make things more complicated sometimes.


The trick is to not dwell on one time mistakes of your partner and to not let something recurring fester. My ex never forgave anything, real or imagined. I was guilty of not talking about things that annoyed me.
 
2009-11-12 12:34:34 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: Marshall Banana: Oddly enough some of us enjoy having a partner in life, even if they piss us off & make things more complicated sometimes.

But why?


Because being alone sucks.

A lot.
 
2009-11-12 12:43:52 AM
OgreMagi: Because being alone sucks.

A lot.


Why do you feel being alone is a negative thing?
 
2009-11-12 12:45:09 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: Marshall Banana: Oddly enough some of us enjoy having a partner in life, even if they piss us off & make things more complicated sometimes.

But why?


It's nice to have a warm body to cuddle up next to every morning? It's nice to have someone to talk to when you're at home? It's nice to have help with household chores?

If I have to explain, you wouldn't understand?
 
2009-11-12 12:47:19 AM
Needlessly Complicated: If I have to explain, you wouldn't understand?

If you can't explain it, do you understand?
 
2009-11-12 12:50:36 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: OgreMagi: Because being alone sucks.

A lot.

Why do you feel being alone is a negative thing?


You have to be human to understand. Obviously, that isn't possible for you.
 
2009-11-12 12:57:08 AM
OgreMagi: You have to be human to understand. Obviously, that isn't possible for you.

I think one of the key components of being human is the ability to describe one's feelings, emotions, and decisions. If you can't do that, what are you basing your opinion about loneliness on?
 
2009-11-12 01:22:57 AM
unheatedgarage: 1lastcall: You are not alone! As stjeanp said, we both managed to hold our shiat together for our kids. My ex and I didn't fight at all. There was a lot of sadness, but no outright anger. We split everything equally, spend a large portion of the special days (Christmas, birthdays, easter) together so our kids aren't making a choice about whether to hurt mom or dad, and go to our sons sport games together.
As I was typing this, I realized one of the reasons it was so easy to split our possessions up was because we had seperate living rooms, seperate interests and seperate lives when we were together. *Sigh*

Wow, even the best divorce wasn't all easy. I couldn't imagine how much worse it would be with children in the picture. It must take a lot of extra effort to have to have to see her on the holidays.

Kudos to you and stjeanp for sticking around for the kids. I'll bet that gets you guys mad bonus points with the ladies.


Well, I don't know about stjeanp, but I score zero points with the ladies. I am a lady.
 
2009-11-12 01:53:28 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: OgreMagi: Because being alone sucks.

A lot.

Why do you feel being alone is a negative thing?


Because it is.

True it's better than being with the wrong person but not by much.
 
2009-11-12 02:09:38 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: OgreMagi: You have to be human to understand. Obviously, that isn't possible for you.

I think one of the key components of being human is the ability to describe one's feelings, emotions, and decisions. If you can't do that, what are you basing your opinion about loneliness on?


People have been debating loneliness and love for as long as we have records. Thousands of years. And no one has yet to come up with a definitive answer to your question. And you expect me to pop off some quaint little answer in a short paragraph or two? You've got to be kidding. Read some poetry and prose. Listen to the lyrics of some songs. Study the works of the great philosophers. If you come up with a good answer, get back to me, because I'd really like to hear it.
 
2009-11-12 02:29:53 AM
depressing thread is depressing
 
2009-11-12 02:50:35 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: OgreMagi: You have to be human to understand. Obviously, that isn't possible for you.

I think one of the key components of being human is the ability to describe one's feelings, emotions, and decisions. If you can't do that, what are you basing your opinion about loneliness on?


I think you're trolling Socratically, but regardless it simply biology - one might as well ask why you feel good after a decent meal, an first-rate fark, or a satisfying bowel movement. Your body rewards you for some things. Is your happiness any less real for fulfilling biological imperatives?
 
2009-11-12 05:30:13 AM
Life is tough, and I hope that those of you in this thread that have been dealt crap you don't deserve find the happiness that you do.
 
2009-11-12 07:37:39 AM
just passing through: Loren: MLWS: Well, having just crossed the 10 year anniversery mark (been together for 15) with my wife and going strong, I can certainly agree that this sort of thing would be very valuable if I suddenly found myself single (for whatever reason).

I have often 'joked' to my wife and friends that I would have no idea how to 'close the deal' if I found myself out there in the single world again.

Not a joke, I would have no clue.

Married 21 years here. I would be lost if thrown back into the dating market.

You'd be surprised... it's easier than you think...


No, no it's not. And after a year of being rejected by everything except women that wouldn't make it as truck stop hookers I gave up. The rest of the way is going to be a long lonely trip.
 
2009-11-12 08:24:47 AM
Do you think you're smarter than Einstein? Link (new window)
 
2009-11-12 08:25:15 AM
bushbot111:

What a strange thing to AW on....


He said it would never work as I was putting the pillow over his face... but look at me now :P
 
2009-11-12 08:30:49 AM
Thats an 827: For the ALS contingent check this site http://www.eyewriter.org/ copy and paste

>>>About:
Members of Free Art and Technology (FAT), OpenFrameworks, the Graffiti Research Lab, and The Ebeling Group communities have teamed-up with a legendary LA graffiti writer, publisher and activist, named Tony Quan, aka TEMPTONE. Tony was diagnosed with ALS in 2003, a disease which has left him almost completely physically paralyzed... except for his eyes. This international team is working together to create a low-cost, open source eye-tracking system that will allow ALS patients to draw using just their eyes. The long-term goal is to create a professional/social network of software developers, hardware hackers, urban projection artists and ALS patients from around the world who are using local materials and open source research to creatively connect and make eye art.




Hubby got this (new window) as a loan but it was NOT a low cost option and he never got to master it.


He used this (new window) until he couldn't move his neck


Technology is AMAZING
 
2009-11-12 08:31:40 AM
landsnark1: gambitsgirl:
/just had my legs done for the first time - back in the dating scene
//hurt like a biatch
///peed the table a bit


I remember you from a thread just after the hubby died. Good to see you doing well.

Advice: you mentioned peeing twice and crapping once. Although caregiving to your husband is a wonderful, integral part of who you are, it might be best to squelch the poopy talk while dating.

/you're still awesome
//and hot



Oh shiat....

oops

:D
 
2009-11-12 08:35:26 AM
gambitsgirl: bushbot111:

What a strange thing to AW on....

He said it would never work as I was putting the pillow over his face... but look at me now :P


After everything you've been through you have a sick and demented sense of humor. I award you 5 Internet points for being a survivor. You're pretty tuff.
 
2009-11-12 09:51:13 AM
voodoowizard: Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day

Yeah, gorgor makes me want to by a keyboard with macro capabilities.I get tired of all this ctrl+c, ctrl+t,
ctrl+v, enter. Rinse wash repeat b.s.

Now about this hot gal that likes to pee, oddly it ... oh never mind.


Do you have firefox? If you do install Linkificaion. It turns text links into clickable links. They should market it as the gorgor addon.
 
2009-11-12 11:28:39 AM
mytdawg: gambitsgirl: bushbot111:

What a strange thing to AW on....

He said it would never work as I was putting the pillow over his face... but look at me now :P

After everything you've been through you have a sick and demented sense of humor. I award you 5 Internet points for being a survivor. You're pretty tuff.


I second this, Gambits ... you have a terrific attitude. Your kids are lucky to have you.

And I am a girl, by the way, so I'm not even trying to get in your pants ...
 
2009-11-12 11:39:03 AM
Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: OgreMagi: Because being alone sucks.

A lot.

Why do you feel being alone is a negative thing?


I like being alone sometimes. I'm an introvert and need "me time" to recharge.

But when, say, Ladytron comes into town, I really don't want to go by myself and most of my friends have never even heard of Ladytron. I guess I COULD go by myself but FOR ME things like concerts are just better with company.

Everyone is different. I'm surprised you don't know this.

/Anyone wanna go see Ladytron with me?
 
2009-11-12 11:49:33 AM
1lastcall: And I am a girl, by the way, so I'm not even trying to get in your pants ...

Have you sen her pic? You might want to reconsider. ;)
 
2009-11-12 12:07:15 PM
1lastcall: I second this, Gambits ... you have a terrific attitude. Your kids are lucky to have you.

And I am a girl, by the way, so I'm not even trying to get in your pants ...


I've been pretty well emasculated so I ain't trying either. These days I'd settle for getting in a woman's zip code. She brings the funny though.
 
2009-11-12 12:09:27 PM
mytdawg: I've been pretty well emasculated so I ain't trying either. These days I'd settle for getting in a woman's zip code. She brings the funny though.

You folks are going to hurt Gambit's feelings. Gambit, I'd definitely like to get into your pants.
 
2009-11-12 12:10:05 PM
mytdawg: gambitsgirl: bushbot111:

What a strange thing to AW on....

He said it would never work as I was putting the pillow over his face... but look at me now :P

After everything you've been through you have a sick and demented sense of humor. I award you 5 Internet points for being a survivor. You're pretty tuff.


I was thinking the same thing. My failed marriage seems like a trivial problem and biatching about my ex is petty compared to what gambitsgirl has been through.

gambitgirl, if you are ever in the SF Bay Area, your drinks are on me. All that I ask is you limit your pooping to the bathroom, please.
 
2009-11-12 12:23:14 PM
OgreMagi: I was thinking the same thing. My failed marriage seems like a trivial problem and biatching about my ex is petty compared to what gambitsgirl has been through.

gambitgirl, if you are ever in the SF Bay Area, your drinks are on me. All that I ask is you limit your pooping to the bathroom, please.


You should be alright unless you try to wax her. I'm not saying it wouldn't be fun but buffing her out until you can see your reflection might piss her off.
 
2009-11-12 12:28:00 PM
mytdawg: OgreMagi: I was thinking the same thing. My failed marriage seems like a trivial problem and biatching about my ex is petty compared to what gambitsgirl has been through.

gambitgirl, if you are ever in the SF Bay Area, your drinks are on me. All that I ask is you limit your pooping to the bathroom, please.

You should be alright unless you try to wax her. I'm not saying it wouldn't be fun but buffing her out until you can see your reflection might piss her off.


I'd prefer to piss her off than have her piss on me.
 
2009-11-12 12:30:06 PM
Needlessly Complicated: Kierkegaard's Pseudonym: OgreMagi: Because being alone sucks.

A lot.

Why do you feel being alone is a negative thing?

I like being alone sometimes. I'm an introvert and need "me time" to recharge.

But when, say, Ladytron comes into town, I really don't want to go by myself and most of my friends have never even heard of Ladytron. I guess I COULD go by myself but FOR ME things like concerts are just better with company.

Everyone is different. I'm surprised you don't know this.

/Anyone wanna go see Ladytron with me?


Being alone sometime is good. It's the being alone every day and every night that sucks. WTF is Ladytron?
 
2009-11-12 12:38:12 PM
Andralynn: voodoo

Andralynn: voodoowizard: Farking: I always look at gorgors links...

/learn something every gotdamn day

Yeah, gorgor makes me want to by a keyboard with macro capabilities.I get tired of all this ctrl+c, ctrl+t,
ctrl+v, enter. Rinse wash repeat b.s.

Now about this hot gal that likes to pee, oddly it ... oh never mind.

Do you have firefox? If you do install Linkificaion. It turns text links into clickable links. They should market it as the gorgor addon.



See, because of gorgor I learned something new.
 
2009-11-12 12:41:19 PM
MooseBayou: Dead is better.

Agrees:
i37.tinypic.com
 
2009-11-12 12:54:33 PM
OgreMagi: I'd prefer to piss her off than have her piss on me.

I'm to the point in my life where I'd take whatever I could get.

Actually that's not true. I don't want what I can get.
 
2009-11-12 01:02:07 PM
mytdawg: OgreMagi: I'd prefer to piss her off than have her piss on me.

I'm to the point in my life where I'd take whatever I could get.

Actually that's not true. I don't want what I can get.


Boy do I understand you there. WTF is with the fattest women, I'm talking giant space slug fat, coming on to me? I'm a skinny guy. I don't want to be smooshed to death. Thankfully, I haven't become so desperate that I will respond to those hideous beasts.
 
2009-11-12 01:04:03 PM
OgreMagi: I'd prefer to piss her off than have her piss on me.

Hey, whatever floats your boat. I'm not one to judge...
 
2009-11-12 01:12:31 PM
Single:
i261.photobucket.com

Married:
i261.photobucket.com

Divorced:
i261.photobucket.com
 
2009-11-12 01:16:07 PM
OgreMagi: WTF is with the fattest women, I'm talking giant space slug fat, coming on to me? I'm a skinny guy.

They need a skinny guy to fit between the folds.
 
2009-11-12 01:16:40 PM
OgreMagi: Boy do I understand you there. WTF is with the fattest women, I'm talking giant space slug fat, coming on to me? I'm a skinny guy. I don't want to be smooshed to death. Thankfully, I haven't become so desperate that I will respond to those hideous beasts.

Oh I can top that. My first wife is hitting on me. She's crazy as hell and was/is a serial cheater and she's remarried too. After a couple years without sex I'm still not willing to open that Pandora's box of crazy.

Options go downhill from there.
 
2009-11-12 01:18:25 PM
gorgor: OgreMagi: WTF is with the fattest women, I'm talking giant space slug fat, coming on to me? I'm a skinny guy.

They need a skinny guy to fit between the folds.


I don't know what happened officer, after about 10 minutes he just quit moving.
 
2009-11-12 01:21:38 PM
mytdawg: gorgor: OgreMagi: WTF is with the fattest women, I'm talking giant space slug fat, coming on to me? I'm a skinny guy.

They need a skinny guy to fit between the folds.

I don't know what happened officer, after about 10 minutes he just quit moving.


APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yh284jy
(copy and paste)
 
2009-11-12 01:24:05 PM
gorgor: mytdawg: gorgor: OgreMagi: WTF is with the fattest women, I'm talking giant space slug fat, coming on to me? I'm a skinny guy.

They need a skinny guy to fit between the folds.

I don't know what happened officer, after about 10 minutes he just quit moving.

APPROVES
http://tinyurl.com/yh284jy
(copy and paste)


Considering the subject matter, there is no way in hell that I'm going to look at that link. No farking way.
 
2009-11-12 01:35:19 PM
OgreMagi: Considering the subject matter, there is no way in hell that I'm going to look at that link. No farking way.

It wasn't bad for a gorgor link. Ya ever see the CSI episode where the chick killed the guy by passing out on him?

And I don't really have a problem with "big" girls. I'm a short furry troll, I can't be that picky. It's when they have a butt in the front and their hands and feet look like hams I have a problem. Unfortunately the women that seem to be attracted to me tend to not be identifiable as female. It's a gift.
 
2009-11-12 03:37:16 PM
1lastcall: Well, I don't know about stjeanp, but I score zero points with the ladies. I am a lady.

And I fail at reading comprehension. That whole conversation on having your 'hoo hah' waxed should have rung a bell.

/noted
 
2009-11-12 04:05:47 PM
I'd have to say that the not being a deadbeat dad, you know, actually working to stay involved in my son's life despite the distance, has actually scored me a few points...
 
2009-11-12 04:23:39 PM
1lastcall: Well, I don't know about stjeanp, but I score zero points with the ladies. I am a lady.

Are you sure? Perhaps we should evaluate your female attraction level. Of course the best judge of that is a bunch of guys not getting dates. Please post compromising pictures. It's for science.
 
2009-11-12 11:28:12 PM
Sounds like just another day in a Fark marriage thread...
 
2009-11-13 12:34:11 AM
halfof33: gambitsgirl: just had my legs done for the first time - back in the dating scene

"Legs." Rrrriiigggghhhhttttt

It's OK, you can say "hoo-ha" on Fark.


You know. I think ypou haven't thought thing though.

I can't even imagine where gambitsgirl has been. I can only wish her well.

She has been through things most of us (thankfully) will never have to deal with.

I admire her strength. That is a fact. If there were a way I could give her a *real* virtual hug, I would.

She deserves a medal for just being one hell of a wife.

I would marry her in a New York minute.

She is the quality we all strive to be when we want to be good people.

No kidding.
 
2009-11-13 12:42:43 AM
Let me go back and spell check. but the intent was valid.

Gambitsgirl, is one person I have a deep respect for here.

I can't imagine what all she has dealt with.

I just know she *has* to be a quality person to have been though it, and took care of the situation in a responsible way the way she did.

She has my respect no matter what.
 
2009-11-13 09:11:58 PM
TheoParke: Single:


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I like the cut of your jib.
 
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