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2013-03-03 10:20:54 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Uchiha_Cycliste: Benevolent Misanthrope: But seriously - why do married couples stay in these relationships if they're so farking awful?

a) Catholicism
b) tradition
c) money
d) shunning
e) fear of dying alone
f) medical insurance.

Seriously?  Or are you joking?  Because it doesn't have to be that way - I'm doing just fine on my own, thank you, no need to depend on someone else for money or insurance.  It didn't just happen, either - I grew up poor and put myself through school to get a decent job.  And the other reasons should apply to me, a single woman, but I seem to be surviving happily.

Oh well.  Each to his own, I suppose.  Then again, maybe my refusal to be miserable, support a freeloader, ignore abusive behavior, or put up with more-than-average shiat is why I'm still single.  So there's that.


You seem to be free of the burdens of societal trapping/mindf*ckings and the anguish that follows. Good for you.
 
2013-03-03 10:40:43 PM  

AbbeySomeone: Benevolent Misanthrope: Uchiha_Cycliste: Benevolent Misanthrope: But seriously - why do married couples stay in these relationships if they're so farking awful?

a) Catholicism
b) tradition
c) money
d) shunning
e) fear of dying alone
f) medical insurance.

Seriously?  Or are you joking?  Because it doesn't have to be that way - I'm doing just fine on my own, thank you, no need to depend on someone else for money or insurance.  It didn't just happen, either - I grew up poor and put myself through school to get a decent job.  And the other reasons should apply to me, a single woman, but I seem to be surviving happily.

Oh well.  Each to his own, I suppose.  Then again, maybe my refusal to be miserable, support a freeloader, ignore abusive behavior, or put up with more-than-average shiat is why I'm still single.  So there's that.

You seem to be free of the burdens of societal trapping/mindf*ckings and the anguish that follows. Good for you.


Thanks.  It took time to get myself unf*cked, though.
 
2013-03-04 12:00:10 AM  

Donkey Hodie: In a couple of months I will celebrate my 20th wedding anniversary with my wife.  We still love each other, and get along great.  But the author hasn't lived long enough or had enough experience in the world if he thinks a spouse, even a loving, kind, funny, happy, cool, sexy one, will not ever be a pain in the ass.  I try not to disparage my wife in front of others, but he's in a fantasy land if he thinks a good marriage never has any arguments or times when one or both partners are not perfect.  Sometimes my wife has been a pain in my ass.  Sometimes I've been a pain her hers.  A good marriage is not one that never experiences difficulties, but one in which both partners work through them together when they do occur.


Agreeing with all this (almost 16 years married here).

I'll say that he sounds like he does have some reasonably toxic friends though. I consulted with Mr. Brug and we agreed that, while our respective friends might occasionally complain a bit about spouses, generally speaking it's mild and in passing - not some tirade (unless there really are some serious marital difficulties, trending towards divorce).
 
2013-03-04 12:34:50 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Uchiha_Cycliste: Benevolent Misanthrope: But seriously - why do married couples stay in these relationships if they're so farking awful?

a) Catholicism
b) tradition
c) money
d) shunning
e) fear of dying alone
f) medical insurance.

Seriously?  Or are you joking?  Because it doesn't have to be that way - I'm doing just fine on my own, thank you, no need to depend on someone else for money or insurance.  It didn't just happen, either - I grew up poor and put myself through school to get a decent job.  And the other reasons should apply to me, a single woman, but I seem to be surviving happily.

Oh well.  Each to his own, I suppose.  Then again, maybe my refusal to be miserable, support a freeloader, ignore abusive behavior, or put up with more-than-average shiat is why I'm still single.  So there's that.


I am being serious. And unfortunately speaking from close and extended family experiences. I guess e) was sarcastic, but all the others I *know* people that stick in a marriage because of them. I don't really think it's so good of an arrangement, but it's not my place to say anything. I'm just sharing reasons that I know of for people having not divorced.
 
2013-03-04 01:00:10 AM  

Cubs300: WorkingInParadise: Although I am still married to the woman I married, the woman I am married to is not the woman I married...

That is why I soon will no longer be married. You summed it up quite nicely, sir.


"Men marry women thinking that they'll never change;
Women marry men thinking of all the ways they're going to change them."

-- Confucious say??!!
 
2013-03-04 01:05:21 AM  
Umm... I would never badmouth my husband. He wouldn't do it to me either. Why is this so hard to believe for so many people?
 
2013-03-04 01:15:32 AM  

dramarama: Umm... I would never badmouth my husband. He wouldn't do it to me either. Why is this so hard to believe for so many people?


Umm... It's not hard to believe that a recently married man that has never had sex until marriage would not bad mouth his wife.  I think most people here have no problem believing that he is madly in love and with no complaints about his beautiful marriage.   The thing is, for most men, after a few years or five or ten, things change and there usually becomes some issues that a man can complain about, whether it's lack of sex, a wife that put on 80 lbs, a wife that doesn't do anything, or one that spends money like its going out of style even when the family is deeply in debt.   Of course there are a few exceptions, but they are few and far between.
 
2013-03-04 01:57:00 AM  
How many of you get paid to write this?

While we're having so much fun here let's not let the release of the new healthcare law or the us credit rating get in our way
 
2013-03-04 02:15:28 AM  
Well, I didn't hate this article.  I mean, if you don't like who you're married to then why the fark are you still married?

But seriously, when he's been married 30 years and doesn't even feel the need to shut the door when he shiats, then he can come back and tell us what's wrong with us sluts.
 
2013-03-04 03:15:43 AM  

not_an_indigo: Well, I didn't hate this article.  I mean, if you don't like who you're married to then why the fark are you still married?

But seriously, when he's been married 30 years and doesn't even feel the need to shut the door when he shiats, then he can come back and tell us what's wrong with us sluts.


I'm not married, but I've been owned by a wonderful woman for ten years. I would not dream of even farting in her presence.

Worship her, guys.  Like a goddess. That is the road to happiness.
 
2013-03-04 07:22:29 AM  

ten foiled hats: This reminds me of an episode of Everybody Loves Raymond.  You're in love, God bless you, you know nothing, or something along those lines.

/DNRTFA  (skimmed, which was plenty)


Was it that one episode where Ray did something stupid, his wife got pissed, and he spent the rest of the episode trying to make it up to her?  Remember that one?
 
2013-03-04 08:26:16 AM  

frankmigacz: He just got his first "Married Filing Jointly" tax refund. $5 that Wifey will be sick of his shiat first.


You sure about that?  I don't think he has had time for the "Oh its a tax BILL? well you pay it honey" vs next years "Oh a tax refund, its half mine! Gimmie!"
 
2013-03-04 08:38:26 AM  

orbister: FTFA: When men get together, they moan about their wives.

I have never, ever, ever heard that happening.


It's different.  Women will get together and biatch about how their husbands aren't treating them as the center of the universe.  Then they tell each other how they are right to feel that way, and let's start planning that 'girls trip to Jamaica'.

Men get together and biatch about what their wives have each done to torpedo their financial lives.  In the end, they go home thinking that life could be worse, so they better go to work the next day.
 
2013-03-04 09:52:25 AM  
Dear Author,

Congratulations on transforming a private joy into mere fodder for the culture wars.
Your lovely wife must be so pleased, if she's as shallow and insecure as you are.

- Fifteen Years of Bliss, Bickering, and None-of-your-Business
 
2013-03-04 10:30:20 AM  
My girlfriend and I just stayed with my ex-wife and her fiance for a the weekend so I'm getting.. off... about some of your replies.  :)

O yes, we fought and I biatched about her.  Whatever.
 
2013-03-04 11:32:00 AM  
Wow, that guy... what an asshole.  I could care less that he gets along with his wife OF A COUPLE OF MONTHS.  The whole tone of that self righteous screed was ... god damn, what a dick!  fark you.  I love my wife.  We fight, we have snappy moments, we laugh, we make up, we plan.  If everything was perfect IT WOULD BE BORING.  I didn't marry ME I married HER.  And yeah, sometimes she pisses me off, that's because I'm INVESTED.  I CARE and sometimes she does things that I don't agree with and gives me crap about things about which I should know better.  It's annoying because I UNDERSTAND THAT SHE CARES TOO.

All those people with "perfect" spouses are fooling themselves.  Either you or they are sweeping the problems under the rug or you simply don't care enough to address them.

That and, I just... I want to punch this guy.  What a dick!
 
2013-03-04 03:42:10 PM  
Oh it is that guy.  He is a troll, just like everyone else at fnc.
 
2013-03-07 10:49:33 AM  
 
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