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(International Business Times)   Finding out your husband has a 2nd wife - sucks. Finding out on Facebook - really sucks   (ibtimes.com) divider line 50
    More: Fail, Alan L. O'Neill, Facebook, Pierce County, Mark Lindquist, first receiver  
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2013-04-16 09:28:01 PM
Finding out she's hotter than you - truly sucks.
 
2013-04-16 09:31:38 PM
Facebook pop up suggested that the two women become "friends" on the social media network.

If by "social media network" you mean "bed".
And if by "friends" you mean "threesome partners".
And if by "Facebook" you mean "Boner".
 
2013-04-16 10:25:04 PM
i711.photobucket.com

 What??
 
2013-04-16 10:48:33 PM
I suppose you can try to get your soon-to-be ex pinched for polygamy...
 
2013-04-16 10:51:47 PM
The skanktitty of marriage has been infumed.
 
2013-04-16 10:54:00 PM
rackrent

Well done.

"And here's a picture of my motel, and a picture of the Mormon tabernacle, and here's a picture of my rental car..."
 
2013-04-16 10:55:22 PM
Errrrrrrrrrr
 
2013-04-16 10:56:19 PM
Status. "Married" and "In A Relationship"? Nice.
 
2013-04-16 10:58:13 PM

Kenny B: Status. "Married" and "In A Relationship"? Nice.


"It's complicated"
 
2013-04-16 10:59:27 PM
I wonder if being that stupid is painful. It may not have been before, but I bet it is now.
 
2013-04-16 11:00:06 PM
"An attorney for O'Neill told the publication that his client "is extremely embarrassed and remorseful." "I've never done anything intentionally wrong in my life," O'Neill said."

Y'know... other than marrying two people and not telling either of them. Douchebag.
 
2013-04-16 11:02:12 PM
Finding out you are still using face book...or it is still using you
 
2013-04-16 11:05:03 PM
Tardbook.
 
2013-04-16 11:06:18 PM
How do you not at least have some idea that your spouse is not only farking someone else, but MARRIED to someone else?

My guess: Fat chicks that lie to themselves
 
2013-04-16 11:06:25 PM
An attorney for O'Neill told the publication that his client "is extremely embarrassed and remorseful." "I've never done anything intentionally wrong in my life," O'Neill said.
 
Slu
2013-04-16 11:07:23 PM
This is why I use Twitter.
 
2013-04-16 11:08:40 PM
"In 2010, O'Neill's first wife was arrested but not charged for domestic violence, after she allegedly discovered his relationship with the second woman, whom he went on to marry. "

"An attorney for O'Neill told the publication that his client "is extremely embarrassed and remorseful." "I've never done anything intentionally wrong in my life," O'Neill said. "
 
2013-04-16 11:11:39 PM

m053486: rackrent

Well done.

"And here's a picture of my motel, and a picture of the Mormon tabernacle, and here's a picture of my rental car..."


Charge the whole thing to the Underhills, of course.
 
2013-04-16 11:12:25 PM
I've been married for a long time, just about three years.  Why would anyone want more than one wife?

I found out on my wedding day that referring to my bride as "My first wife..." doesn't go over well during your wedding speech.  And her dad didn't find it quite so funny.
 
2013-04-16 11:13:30 PM
"In 2010, O'Neill's first wife was arrested but not charged for domestic violence, after she allegedly discovered his relationship with the second woman, whom he went on to marry. "

"An attorney for O'Neill told the publication that his client "is extremely embarrassed and remorseful." "I've never done anything intentionally wrong in my life," O'Neill said. "

www.mediabistro.com
 
2013-04-16 11:16:42 PM
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2013-04-16 11:18:12 PM

Great Janitor: I've been married for a long time, just about three years.  Why would anyone want more than one wife?

I found out on my wedding day that referring to my bride as "My first wife..." doesn't go over well during your wedding speech.  And her dad didn't find it quite so funny.


Yeah, your wedding speech is not a FARK post.

/two slashes short of a threesome
 
2013-04-16 11:20:24 PM
IANAL, but somehow I think the whole having his name changed before getting a marriage license for wedding #2 may put a ding in the credibility of his story that he didn't get remarried without divorcing wife #1 on purpose.
 
2013-04-16 11:22:02 PM
This happened to our neighbor. His wife found out he was having an affair because Facebook suggested that she be friends with his mistress. Messy, messy divorce with two small kids involved.
 
2013-04-16 11:24:46 PM

WhippingBoy: This happened to our neighbor. His wife found out he was having an affair because Facebook suggested that she be friends with his mistress. Messy, messy divorce with two small kids involved.


That's why my mistresses don't connect with me via facebook, but myspace.
 
2013-04-16 11:25:18 PM

WhippingBoy: This happened to our neighbor. His wife found out he was having an affair because Facebook suggested that she be friends with his mistress. Messy, messy divorce with two small kids involved.


The Aristocrats?
 
2013-04-16 11:39:59 PM
The first wife sounds like a winner.  This is a paperwork issue, not real polygamy.  We need a common law divorce.

Common law and statutory  marriage divorce have the following characteristics in common:

Both parties must freely consent to the  marriage divorceBoth parties must be of legal age to contract a  marriage divorce or have parental consent to marryNeither party may be under a disability that prevents him or her from entering into a valid  marriage divorce - e.g. they must both be of sound mind, neither of them can be currently married, and some jurisdictions do not permit prisoners to marry.Otherwise, common law  marriage divorce differs from statutory marriage as follows:

There is no  marriage license divorce issued by a government and no  marriage certificate divorce papers filed with a governmentThere is no formal ceremony to solemnize the  marriage divorce before witnessesThe parties must hold themselves out to the world as  husband and wife divorced (this is not a requirement of  statutory marriage standard divorce)Most jurisdictions require the parties to  not be be cohabiting at the time the common law  marriage divorce  is formed. Some require  cohabitation separation to last a certain length of time (e.g. three years) for the  marriage divorce  to be valid. But  cohabitation separation alone does not create a  marriage divorce . The parties must intend  to end their relationship  to be, and to be regarded as, a legally valid  marriage divorce. 
There, fixed that.
 
2013-04-16 11:46:18 PM

Great Janitor: WhippingBoy: This happened to our neighbor. His wife found out he was having an affair because Facebook suggested that she be friends with his mistress. Messy, messy divorce with two small kids involved.

That's why my mistresses don't connect with me via facebook, but myspace.


If I had a mistress I'd have to fight with Mrs. Smurf for who gets to have sex with the broad.

/married damned well
 
2013-04-17 12:07:52 AM

miss diminutive: Finding out she's hotter than you - truly sucks.


Actually that should be nice. If she's hotter than you, it means he loves you more.
 
2013-04-17 12:13:02 AM

HoratioGates: The first wife sounds like a winner.  This is a paperwork issue, not real polygamy.  We need a common law divorce.

Common law and statutory  marriage divorce have the following characteristics in common:

Both parties must freely consent to the  marriage divorceBoth parties must be of legal age to contract a  marriage divorce or have parental consent to marryNeither party may be under a disability that prevents him or her from entering into a valid  marriage divorce - e.g. they must both be of sound mind, neither of them can be currently married, and some jurisdictions do not permit prisoners to marry.Otherwise, common law  marriage divorce differs from statutory marriage as follows:

There is no  marriage license divorce issued by a government and no  marriage certificate divorce papers filed with a governmentThere is no formal ceremony to solemnize the  marriage divorce before witnessesThe parties must hold themselves out to the world as  husband and wife divorced (this is not a requirement of  statutory marriage standard divorce)Most jurisdictions require the parties to  not be be cohabiting at the time the common law  marriage divorce  is formed. Some require  cohabitation separation to last a certain length of time (e.g. three years) for the  marriage divorce  to be valid. But  cohabitation separation alone does not create a  marriage divorce . The parties must intend  to end their relationship  to be, and to be regarded as, a legally valid  marriage divorce. 
There, fixed that.


Assuming no children, you have the remaining issues that require paperwork:
Division of property and of marital contractual obligations.
Divorce is difficult for very good reasons.
 
2013-04-17 01:01:03 AM

ladyfortuna: "An attorney for O'Neill told the publication that his client "is extremely embarrassed and remorseful." "I've never done anything intentionally wrong in my life," O'Neill said."

Y'know... other than marrying two people and not telling either of them. Douchebag.


maybe he doesn't think it was wrong. they were separated and he did change is name. and it's not like wifey 1 didn't know about soon to be #2.
 
2013-04-17 01:04:09 AM
blogs.commercialappeal.com

Amateur.
 
2013-04-17 02:07:57 AM
which ones his bottom biatch?


CigaretteSmokingMan: [blogs.commercialappeal.com image 397x302]

Amateur.
 
2013-04-17 02:57:45 AM

Curious: ladyfortuna: "An attorney for O'Neill told the publication that his client "is extremely embarrassed and remorseful." "I've never done anything intentionally wrong in my life," O'Neill said."

Y'know... other than marrying two people and not telling either of them. Douchebag.

maybe he doesn't think it was wrong. they were separated and he did change is name. and it's not like wifey 1 didn't know about soon to be #2.


I'm pretty sure the article indicates otherwise. All in favor?
 
2013-04-17 03:05:28 AM
Sometimes when I'm feeling down, I think it was dumb to get married. But then I think of those morons who marry two women and I don't feel so bad anymore.
 
2013-04-17 04:19:24 AM
i hate to be a pedant, but to me it sounds like the first couple separated without any intentions of reconciling (but failed to divorce), and that the man then got married a second time. this is hardly the same thing as "having a second wife". yes, the guy is an idiot, but the headline is fairly misleading.
 
2013-04-17 05:06:03 AM
What did people use to f*ck up their lives before Facebook?
 
2013-04-17 05:54:04 AM

SpdrJay: What did people use to f*ck up their lives before Facebook?


Alcohol?
 
2013-04-17 05:58:40 AM

LittleSmitty: I wonder if being that stupid is painful. It may not have been before, but I bet it is now.


I am pretty sure it's expensive.

If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough rich.
 
2013-04-17 06:23:31 AM

miss diminutive: Finding out she's hotter than you - truly sucks.


That's funny since I met my exwife's new boyfriend for the first time on Sunday and boy is he farking fugly. I'll tell you, I'm not the best looking fellow myself but I'm Brad Pitt compared to him. I have no worries about being the ugly one anymore and that makes me feel pretty damn good. In my mind's eye I'd pictured something completely different, and I'll admit that I had some reservations about how I'd measure up to him. Not any more though. Of course he's probably rich or has a 12 inch johnson so maybe I'll hold off with the gloating for a while. But as far as looks go I've got him beat by a country mile.
 
2013-04-17 06:29:01 AM
Double irony:  he's a prison guard and now he's going to prison for bigamy.
 
2013-04-17 07:16:59 AM

proteus_b: i hate to be a pedant, but to me it sounds like the first couple separated without any intentions of reconciling (but failed to divorce), and that the man then got married a second time. this is hardly the same thing as "having a second wife". yes, the guy is an idiot, but the headline is fairly misleading.


Yes I think the first wife is out to get him anyway she can. She must realize that their marriage was already effectively over.

/apparently he hadn't considered that possibility.
 
2013-04-17 07:23:45 AM

SpdrJay: What did people use to f*ck up their lives before Facebook?


Hookers & blow?
 
2013-04-17 07:25:22 AM

proteus_b: i hate to be a pedant, but to me it sounds like the first couple separated without any intentions of reconciling (but failed to divorce), and that the man then got married a second time. this is hardly the same thing as "having a second wife". yes, the guy is an idiot, but the headline is fairly misleading.


I'm glad I'm not the only one who looks at it that way. Legally it's bigamy, and the law doesn't give shiat about intentions, that's true.But this is like the "hot teacher sexually assaults innocent young boy" when a 21yr old substitute and a 17yr football stud have consensual sex; legally true but not representing what happened in reality.

I betcha the guy had asked for divorce multiple times but the biatch refused, and he didn't have the money to take it to court.
 
2013-04-17 08:15:35 AM

draa: miss diminutive: Finding out she's hotter than you - truly sucks.

That's funny since I met my exwife's new boyfriend for the first time on Sunday and boy is he farking fugly. I'll tell you, I'm not the best looking fellow myself but I'm Brad Pitt compared to him. I have no worries about being the ugly one anymore and that makes me feel pretty damn good. In my mind's eye I'd pictured something completely different, and I'll admit that I had some reservations about how I'd measure up to him. Not any more though. Of course he's probably rich or has a 12 inch johnson so maybe I'll hold off with the gloating for a while. But as far as looks go I've got him beat by a country mile.


www.antiquesnavigator.com
 
2013-04-17 08:49:03 AM

proteus_b: i hate to be a pedant, but to me it sounds like the first couple separated without any intentions of reconciling (but failed to divorce), and that the man then got married a second time. this is hardly the same thing as "having a second wife". yes, the guy is an idiot, but the headline is fairly misleading.


Clueless mistake is not really what the chain of events would indicate. He cheated, separated, changed his name, got married 5 days later, she found out and called his mom, he showed up within an hour and begged her not to tell and he would fix it. Somehow not the chain of actions of a clueless idiot, or of someone who has never done anything bad in his life. There was some real planning, and he made douchy choices with his eyes wide open.
 
2013-04-17 09:00:33 AM
Yea, it's not like he or the first wife really had any intention of making the marriage work.

Either wayl, don't friend your mistress on FB.
 
2013-04-17 09:22:06 AM
He did one things wrong -- he wasn't honest with his new wife about the fact that he was already married.

The rest is likely bullsh*t. It doesn't sound like his ex-wife has any legitimate claim to think he owes her fidelity or has any claim on what he does with his life. This should certainly not result in a year long jail sentence.
 
2013-04-17 09:28:44 AM
demaL-demaL-yeH:

Assuming no children, you have the remaining issues that require paperwork:
Division of property and of marital contractual obligations.
Divorce is difficult for very good reasons.


It's difficult because people are angry and try to get back at one another through the divorce process, or because they get attorneys involved.

I separated over 4 years ago, with no attorneys involved, and my ex and I amicably worked out everything including child support and division of property. We split our assets and debts down the middle, we each took one car, and had joint custody of our son.

It doesn't have to be difficult (well, any more than any breakup is, anyway). But a lot of times even people who are separating amicably get attorneys involved, and the attorney gives them advices "for their protection" and then things become hostile.

There are times when that's necessary. If your ex is out to get you then an attorney is probably necessary.
 
2013-04-17 12:27:13 PM
At least they didn't bother the Facebook Mods with their trivial problems.
 
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