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(Daily Mail)   "First thing I do on waking, after checking my voicemail and emails, is to check my husband's messages. When I scan through his emails, I scrutinise his inbox for female names..." It gets worse from there   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 313
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2012-07-10 09:14:41 AM  

I_Don't_Want_FOP:
Also, who the heck has time to cheat? After my job and tending to Mr. F and the dog and the house I'm to tired to do anything else.


Let's run downtown and get room at the Hilton with a king size. We can hop into bed together and nap and nap and nap.
 
2012-07-10 09:14:57 AM  
I had a GF that was just like that during what I call my 3 year descent into hell. She used the same excuse "I trust you, I just don't trust other women". I guarantee you that woman's insanity doesn't stop there and I pity that poor fool that chose to marry her. God forbid he works in an office w/a high population of femaies. I did when I lived in NJ (worked in my Company's corporate office) and to listen to my ex GF you would have thought I worked in a brothel. I finally came to the conclusion that one of us was crazy and that it was her. Dumping her was the best decision I made in a long time.
 
2012-07-10 09:15:00 AM  

bim1154: Quantum Apostrophe: Good grief, the woman has no ass.

And she's creepy looking. Creepy women with no ass give me bad dreams.


She just looks terrifically average. It's the mentality that's creepy.
 
2012-07-10 09:15:24 AM  
A whole lot of hurt would be saved if you just had an open marriage. Save love for home but when you get that itch ... play safe.

/yes I'm serious
//yes I do have an account on fetlife, why do you ask?
 
2012-07-10 09:15:38 AM  

Via Infinito: Jealousy and possessiveness! Key ingredients in forming lasting relationships. It's pretty common unfortunately. My favorite thing is when a husband and wife have to share one Facebook account because the wife doesn't trust him to have one on his own. Ashley-Tim Smith and other such silliness.


I haven't seen someone doing that on Facebook yet. It isn't as weird as dressing alike, but it's up there.
 
2012-07-10 09:15:44 AM  
I have an awesome wife.

I sell houses, and drive people around all of the time, which usually includes lunchtime, evenings, weekends, etc.

I'm sitting in Pizza Hut with a client one day. The client is a 31 year old woman (I'm 52). My wife walks in on her lunch break with 2 coworkers. She sees me, comes over and says hi, introduces herself to the client, and goes off with her friends.

She has never mentioned it since. Finally, about 6 months later, I said "Remember that client I was with in Pizza Hut?" Her response "yeah- kind of."

Married 27 and counting.

I know, cool story bro.
 
2012-07-10 09:16:06 AM  
Yeah, it's never the cheater's fault. It's always the fault of whoever he/she cheated with.

Just watch an old episode of Springer if you don't believe me. Sure the guy slept with your sister, your friend, his friend, his friend's sister, and your sister's friend... let's bring them all out on stage so you can direct your anger towards the responsible parties... them.
 
2012-07-10 09:16:34 AM  

grokca: This is why I married a ludite.


With all due respect, if you got married because your significant other wouldn't want to read your emails then perhaps you need to reconsider your standards.

"Why are you marrying them?"

"They are a luddite and won't read my email."

"How romantic."
 
2012-07-10 09:20:23 AM  
PAW

Professional attention whore
 
2012-07-10 09:20:51 AM  

CaliNJGuy: I had a GF that was just like that during what I call my 3 year descent into hell. She used the same excuse "I trust you, I just don't trust other women". I guarantee you that woman's insanity doesn't stop there and I pity that poor fool that chose to marry her. God forbid he works in an office w/a high population of femaies. I did when I lived in NJ (worked in my Company's corporate office) and to listen to my ex GF you would have thought I worked in a brothel. I finally came to the conclusion that one of us was crazy and that it was her. Dumping her was the best decision I made in a long time.


I'm seriously wondering if you and I had the same ex in NJ...
 
SH
2012-07-10 09:22:03 AM  
"B" phone.
"B" email acct.
"B" Facebook account.

Simple as that.
 
2012-07-10 09:22:44 AM  

Ozarkhawk: I have an awesome wife.


A pair of my co-workers recently got married, and around the same time I ended up working on a lot of projects with them. We got social outside of work. Upon hanging out with me and my wife, my co-workers said, "It's so nice to see a couple that actually gets along!"
 
2012-07-10 09:23:28 AM  
"While you might be appalled, let me say I'd never consider my actions as spying or the desperate efforts of a paranoid wife. In fact, I consider it to be protecting my marriage."

www.agileproductdesign.com
 
2012-07-10 09:25:43 AM  
I immediately recognized her as the dumb coont who thinks she is the most beautiful woman in britain. I didin't read the rest of the article.

The behavior is stupid, the article is stupid, and the woman is stupid.

/stupid
 
2012-07-10 09:25:47 AM  

Gunther: Anyone seriously entertain the possibility that this article isn't the Daily Mail trolling for views?

I mean, I'm sure there's people who actually do this, but I somehow doubt they're dumb enough to publish articles in a paper with their own name attached for their partner to read.


Exactly. They take a few stock photos and make up a story.
 
2012-07-10 09:26:24 AM  
My husband is a technological retard. I know his passwords because at least once a week something will happen which will send him into a panic and I have to get into his voicemail or email and figure out what happened (usually he deletes something by accident). He only uses Facebook on his phone to post if we've gone somewhere. It would not occur to him to check my stuff because ... it wouldn't occur to him. Young women adore him, but more in a goofy uncle way than a get-in-my-pants way so I don't worry about it.

/if you have to check on him, he probably is
 
2012-07-10 09:27:32 AM  
I'll bet she's got the psycho eyes, too.
 
2012-07-10 09:27:41 AM  
I would have to beat her to death with an Easter Island statue.
 
2012-07-10 09:27:42 AM  

Lolthien: grokca: This is why I married a ludite.

With all due respect, if you got married because your significant other wouldn't want to read your emails then perhaps you need to reconsider your standards.

"Why are you marrying them?"

"They are a luddite and won't read my email."

"How romantic."

Seriously? That is what you got from my post?
 
2012-07-10 09:27:45 AM  
they got my gfs picture wrong, name too.
 
2012-07-10 09:28:02 AM  

Gramma: "And if there are any numbers I don't recognise, I'll do what any sane woman should do: I'll ring up and check exactly who it is"

How embarrassing must it be that all his friends know his wife in a lunatic.

I knew my husband's passwords (on a list in the drawer by the computer!) and had access to his phone. I didn't bother checking up on him. He was a good guy.


consider it a kind of warning for his new friends/ coworkers. Like a snake's rattle. They get a call from this chick and now they know to stay away from the both of them.
 
2012-07-10 09:28:22 AM  
IMO next time Samantha Brick decides to write an editorial about herself, she should simply title it 'I'm just farking deplorable'
 
2012-07-10 09:29:08 AM  
I'd love to write a provocative email to her husband just to get a rise out of her.
 
2012-07-10 09:29:10 AM  
And what if the genders were reversed in this situation and it was the husband who was happily and proudly admitting to being this domineering, possessive and controlling of his wife? I bet Samantha would be the first one howling blue murder and derping on about how a man shouldn't be holding down his wife.

Guess what, Samantha? You're in an abusive relationship and you're the abuser.

She seriously needs to wake the fark up to herself.
 
2012-07-10 09:29:44 AM  

tiggerfan: CaliNJGuy: I had a GF that was just like that during what I call my 3 year descent into hell. She used the same excuse "I trust you, I just don't trust other women". I guarantee you that woman's insanity doesn't stop there and I pity that poor fool that chose to marry her. God forbid he works in an office w/a high population of femaies. I did when I lived in NJ (worked in my Company's corporate office) and to listen to my ex GF you would have thought I worked in a brothel. I finally came to the conclusion that one of us was crazy and that it was her. Dumping her was the best decision I made in a long time.

I'm seriously wondering if you and I had the same ex in NJ...



She seems to have traveled as far south as Maryland. I dated her back in the late 90s when I was at UMBC.
 
2012-07-10 09:30:20 AM  

BurnShrike: This is obviously fake. This woman is one of those people who will claim anything to appear in the paper. She's no different than any of the people who make up crazy shiat to appear on Jenny Jones or Montel or something.

The Mail doesn't care. It gives them a good story to print, and it sells papers. People love to be outraged by something.


Be that as it may, there are women (and men) who are this domineering and controlling.
 
2012-07-10 09:30:45 AM  
media.tumblr.com

Decent enough rack, but what a psycho.
 
2012-07-10 09:31:21 AM  
FTFA: "And if there are any numbers I don't recognise, I'll do what any sane woman should do: I'll ring up and check exactly who it is.
It's always a supplier or customer (Pascal is a carpenter), but checking puts my mind at rest."

I wonder how much business she's cost her husband over the years, because I promise you that if I hired a carpenter and his crazy wife called to make sure I wasn't trying to snatch her man away, I'd go ahead and find a different carpenter. There's no way I'm paying for the hassle of dealing with crazy people.
 
2012-07-10 09:31:59 AM  
Sounds like the perfect domme/sub relationship.
 
2012-07-10 09:32:12 AM  
My girl has all my passwords. Sometimes i need her to get numbers/addresses for me. I'm sure she's checked a few times. so what. I've got nothing to hide.

She's told me hers as well. I poked around a bit. she has nothing to hide either.
 
2012-07-10 09:33:57 AM  
i48.tinypic.com
 
2012-07-10 09:34:10 AM  

Trance750: BurnShrike: This is obviously fake. This woman is one of those people who will claim anything to appear in the paper. She's no different than any of the people who make up crazy shiat to appear on Jenny Jones or Montel or something.

The Mail doesn't care. It gives them a good story to print, and it sells papers. People love to be outraged by something.

Be that as it may, there are women (and men) who are this domineering and controlling.


Exactly. It's just real enough that it's believable.
 
2012-07-10 09:36:02 AM  

grokca: Lolthien: grokca: This is why I married a ludite.

With all due respect, if you got married because your significant other wouldn't want to read your emails then perhaps you need to reconsider your standards.

"Why are you marrying them?"

"They are a luddite and won't read my email."

"How romantic."
Seriously? That is what you got from my post?


Well, yes that is what I got from your post... but no, I wasn't taking it very seriously.
 
2012-07-10 09:40:34 AM  

geek_mars: I wonder how much business she's cost her husband over the years, because I promise you that if I hired a carpenter and his crazy wife called to make sure I wasn't trying to snatch her man away, I'd go ahead and find a different carpenter. There's no way I'm paying for the hassle of dealing with crazy people.


You have a point

If the spouse of someone I hired contacted me to check like that, i'd likely find someone else

/side not, if they both own the business then she'd likely be AP, or Billing, but not snooping
 
2012-07-10 09:40:54 AM  

MarshHawk: FTA: For anyone who thinks I'm overly suspicious, consider this: a married friend of my husband has recently bought a pay-as-you-go mobile phone for his own 'independence'.

Lady, your husband has "considered this" as well.


Along with an email account that she doesn't know about, which he surely uses to contact less crazy women.
 
2012-07-10 09:40:58 AM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club:


It's not bucket, it's pronounced bouquet.

/don't know why I went there
 
2012-07-10 09:43:24 AM  

Via Infinito: Jealousy and possessiveness! Key ingredients in forming lasting relationships. It's pretty common unfortunately. My favorite thing is when a husband and wife have to share one Facebook account because the wife doesn't trust him to have one on his own. Ashley-Tim Smith and other such silliness.


Yep, easy to pick out the marriages that won't/shouldn't last on Facebook.
 
2012-07-10 09:43:54 AM  

dickfreckle: A great girlfriend and I had a breakdown in trust. It started when she slept with her ex-boyfriend....


Son, I am disappoint that this did not end with getting into a cab and going to Bel Aire.
 
2012-07-10 09:45:09 AM  

Via Infinito: Jealousy and possessiveness! Key ingredients in forming lasting relationships. It's pretty common unfortunately. My favorite thing is when a husband and wife have to share one Facebook account because the wife doesn't trust him to have one on his own. Ashley-Tim Smith and other such silliness.


I have friends that do that. But it is usually because their facebook consists of their kids and grandkids. Or one of them hasn't really learned how to use the computer.

/old people problems
 
2012-07-10 09:46:13 AM  
Imagine the scars this man is hiding from the whipping he takes every day.
 
2012-07-10 09:47:06 AM  
While you might be appalled, let me say I'd never consider my actions as spying or the desperate efforts of a paranoid wife.

Really..... you don't say...
 
2012-07-10 09:48:10 AM  
FTA:

The fact is that women are brilliant communicators: we excel at composing flirty one-liners and sending carefully worded 'friendly' messages to members of the opposite sex.



No. You aren't. You just think you are.
 
TWX
2012-07-10 09:49:05 AM  
I just don't understand what she's trying to accomplish.

If he isn't cheating and has no intention of cheating, even things that she might find inappropriate in his communications won't really matter.

If he does desire to cheat, he can set up another e-mail account and get a cash prepaid cell phone mobile* to use that she'll probably not discover, especially if he doesn't bring the device home and doesn't check the alternate e-mail from home.

Neither one of them exactly looks like a prize worth attempting to steal. It's possible that he has something like income, or charm, or wit that would make him attractive to others, but I don't exactly see him as the kind with women throwing themselves at him. She keeps this up though, and she might actually give him a reason to wander.

/ *corrected, as it is a British article
 
2012-07-10 09:49:39 AM  

Babwa Wawa: The upside of having a nosy wife and allowing her to snoop through your shiat is that she's happy as long as she gets to snoop. You can pretend to be an incompetent boob, give her any phone or email account and she'll think she's looked through everything.

Because people have never been known to carry another sim card, always have only one email account, and never, ever have signed up for FB twitter accounts under false names.


Sometimes, cheating is just too damn hard. That's both why so many get caught at it and why not everyone engages in it in the first place.
 
2012-07-10 09:50:33 AM  
My ex-husband spied on me for about a year and finally found out I was cheating on him... with a female. He gave me a 'chance' to reconsider my life choice, then left me.

I'm not saying what I did was right, but sometimes I think partners should, as Vladimir Lenin used to say, Trust but Verify.

My life partner and I both have minor jealousy issues, so we keep to a strict schedule daily to greatly reduce the amount of 'free time' away from each other.

It's not the most healthy relationship, but considering our jealousy issues, it works.
 
2012-07-10 09:51:32 AM  

GoldDude: Let's take a poll: how many Farkers think the husband has additional phones/e-mails that the darling little gem of a wife doesn't know about?


I think he probably does. And who would blame him?
 
2012-07-10 09:52:05 AM  
Don't most British papers just attract readers by printing pictures of topless busty women?

Why Daily Mail gotta ragetroll?
 
2012-07-10 09:54:42 AM  

diaphoresis: My life partner and I both have minor jealousy issues, so we keep to a strict schedule daily to greatly reduce the amount of 'free time' away from each other.


Sounds delightful.
 
2012-07-10 09:55:27 AM  

doyner: "I use the same decision making skills in my relationship as I do in picking a computer."


I was wondering if someone would crack on the computer.

Thanks for restoring my faith in Farkers.
 
2012-07-10 09:56:30 AM  
My boyfriend has my password to my Facebook. Yes there's exes of mine on there and no I don't care.

I'm boring. So is he. I have the password to his cellphone.

All obtained through innocent means. "Can you do me a favor and check for me...."

Hooray trust.
 
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