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2013-07-26 01:44:48 PM
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2013-07-26 01:45:38 PM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: impaler: NutWrench: Damn, he dodged a bullet (or a really sharp knife to his fun bits). That's bunny-boiler crazy.

Tough to say. That tantrum could have just been the breaking point after years of emotional manipulation/abuse. I'm not sure which one is dodging the bullet here.

Yeah, if this guy's first inclination is to post something to You Tube rather than seek marriage counseling, methinks we're not hearing the whole story here.


What do you mean "first" inclination? He's been putting up with that shiat for a while. He's done trying to fix it; that didn't work. Now it's just time to laugh it off because there is no other option.
 
2013-07-26 01:46:10 PM
Both of them are reprehensible children in adult bodies. Who cares what either of them thinks or does at this point, as long as it doesn't adversely affect anyone useful?
 
2013-07-26 01:46:11 PM

The Gordie Howe Hat Trick: Life is too incredibly short to put up with that for one minute. And I'm talking about both of them.


I do agree. But I had a friend married to a crazy alcoholic and he was dealing with it for a few years trying to make it work.

One day I said "Life is too long for you to live like that." It kind of hit him just right. They got divorced a few months later.

That was already like 6 years ago.
 
2013-07-26 01:47:16 PM

xynix: Oh the joys of being married to a crazy person. I was married to a crazy person who would act JUST LIKE THAT for reasons that still escape me. The difference is that I wouldn't egg her on.. I would try to avoid the situation which would of course get her even more geared up. She would block doors and scream at me.. Take my keys and throw them in the woods. Throw laptops/phones etc into the pool/toilet/closest body of water.

farking psycho. I knew it before I married her.. My friends knew it too .. they told me. But I didn't -really- know it until 6 months in and she went totally batshiat.  7.5 years until I could properly escape with my son. About to get remarried to my soul-mate. I'm a better person for being married to a psycho though. I can appreciate true brilliance, kindness, and love now like I never knew I could.

Maybe it's like being in prison.. Get out and everything looks greener, bluer, you can smell again.


My ex-wife was like that.  She was fine until about a year after we exchanged vows...  She already had kids, and I was sort of trapped, because the kids needed something normal in their lives.   Put up with her for 12 years, and when I left, I felt like all of the circuits that had any caring for her were just burned flat out.   I also felt like a massive cement truck was off of my back.  The funny thing about it, is that the kids were both pretty much on my side about it.  "What I don't understand dad, is why you didn't leave her earlier...".   Now I've got a soulmate, who is everything good that I've missed for so long.  Pretty csb. :)
 
2013-07-26 01:47:32 PM
Didn't we already have confirmation that he moved out, said it was over, and was in the process of divorcing the crazy biatch?
 
2013-07-26 01:47:41 PM
Crazy like a rabid bat.
 
2013-07-26 01:47:52 PM
After all that caterwauling, would it really be a pleasant time on the lake for either of them?
 
2013-07-26 01:48:17 PM
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I can grab the fireworks, the soda, all the cookies we can eat.
Make you nauseous but be cautious, this is not Dawson's Creek.
 
2013-07-26 01:48:32 PM
Instead of trying to decide who the worst party is in this situation, why not just be grateful they've both been outed as bad dating choices, especially now that they're available again?

/oh, who am I kidding. In a world where people send marriage proposals to Casey Anthony and Scott Peterson during their murder trials, what difference can a single YouTube video make?
 
2013-07-26 01:49:41 PM
......and her amount of crazy, and being nucking/ futz makes this woman look like a mixture of Barney and Mr. Rodgers..
 
2013-07-26 01:50:00 PM
Long term married life- taking arguments into the house and not allowing the public to see them.

Short term- embarrassing honey freakie-outtie boo-boo, making an embarrassment of yourself in the process because now everyone knows what you married.  And then having her be the winner by serving you divorce papers.
 
2013-07-26 01:51:16 PM
1. Adults don't get to throw temper tantrums regardless of circumstances or provocation. Ever. If you can't control your anger get help because there's something wrong with you.

2. The only people the husband should have showed that video to was his lawyer and the judge overseeing his divorce in the context of "This is why I want to divorce that crazy biatch".

/Both these people are assholes and they deserve each other.
 
2013-07-26 01:51:50 PM

metallion: My ex-wife was like that.  She was fine until about a year after we exchanged vows...  She already had kids, and I was sort of trapped, because the kids needed something normal in their lives.   Put up with her for 12 years, and when I left, I felt like all of the circuits that had any caring for her were just burned flat out.   I also felt like a massive cement truck was off of my back.  The funny thing about it, is that the kids were both pretty much on my side about it.  "What I don't understand dad, is why you didn't leave her earlier...".   Now I've got a soulmate, who is everything good that I've missed for so long.  Pretty csb. :)


Same deal except it was her mother and her mother's husband that suggest I divorce that crazy biatch for my son's sake. Now her entire family are my friends, shunning her, and I've got a person I can really enjoy life with.

Not sure if you like Darius Rucker but his song "this" defines my life with my soon to be wife.
 
2013-07-26 01:52:00 PM
Too bad, it seems like they deserved each other.
 
2013-07-26 01:52:09 PM

DMZ DEATH: That lake must be incredible. And, yup, i would.


I hear it's filled with steak and blow jobs. And, yup, me too.
 
2013-07-26 01:53:06 PM
My only question is why she didn't take herself to the lake? Mr. Mutantmothermouse wants to run errands rather than meet friends at the lake? Fark that -- I'm going without him. lol! jk! Mr. MMM never turns down an opportunity to go to the lake.
 
2013-07-26 01:53:31 PM
Why are nurses generally insane?
 
2013-07-26 01:54:22 PM
FTFA: "There was no indication the marriage soon end."

 
Really? No editors at Daily Fail, right guys?
 
2013-07-26 01:55:10 PM

cwolf20: Long term married life- taking arguments into the house and not allowing the public to see them.

Short term- embarrassing honey freakie-outtie boo-boo, making an embarrassment of yourself in the process because now everyone knows what you married.  And then having her be the winner by serving you divorce papers.


And she will win, too.
Because he humiliated her in public and damaged her reputation in the community, I'd bet.
Just wait and see.
 
2013-07-26 01:55:17 PM

metallion: xynix: Oh the joys of being married to a crazy person. I was married to a crazy person who would act JUST LIKE THAT for reasons that still escape me. The difference is that I wouldn't egg her on.. I would try to avoid the situation which would of course get her even more geared up. She would block doors and scream at me.. Take my keys and throw them in the woods. Throw laptops/phones etc into the pool/toilet/closest body of water.

farking psycho. I knew it before I married her.. My friends knew it too .. they told me. But I didn't -really- know it until 6 months in and she went totally batshiat.  7.5 years until I could properly escape with my son. About to get remarried to my soul-mate. I'm a better person for being married to a psycho though. I can appreciate true brilliance, kindness, and love now like I never knew I could.

Maybe it's like being in prison.. Get out and everything looks greener, bluer, you can smell again.

My ex-wife was like that.  She was fine until about a year after we exchanged vows...  She already had kids, and I was sort of trapped, because the kids needed something normal in their lives.   Put up with her for 12 years, and when I left, I felt like all of the circuits that had any caring for her were just burned flat out.   I also felt like a massive cement truck was off of my back.  The funny thing about it, is that the kids were both pretty much on my side about it.  "What I don't understand dad, is why you didn't leave her earlier...".   Now I've got a soulmate, who is everything good that I've missed for so long.  Pretty csb. :)


Agree with you both.  After being someone who could flip out about anything, it's a joy to have someone who is great to be around.  It seems your whole attitude changes once you are with a wonderful person who treats you well, and is always happy to see you.  Makes the world a whole different place.
 
2013-07-26 01:55:32 PM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Why are nurses generally insane?


Have you seen some of what they have to deal with? And that's just the people who don't die on their watch.
 
2013-07-26 01:55:35 PM
How classless of all of you.  She was right to be upset.  All she wanted was to go to the lake.  And she never gets her way.  Or her cigarettes.  It was just one day.  ONE DAY.    ONE DAY!!!!  AT THE LAAAAAAAKKKKEEEEEE.
 
2013-07-26 01:55:40 PM

MutantMotherMouse: My only question is why she didn't take herself to the lake? Mr. Mutantmothermouse wants to run errands rather than meet friends at the lake? Fark that -- I'm going without him. lol! jk! Mr. MMM never turns down an opportunity to go to the lake.


I think she had a restricted license or something like that.
 
2013-07-26 01:55:58 PM
I'm thinking the guy she is going to end up with was at the lake all along and thats why she wanted to go so badly that day. If she is that childish and selfish Im going to say she has been cheating on her husband
 
2013-07-26 01:56:13 PM
Not much to add to all of the comments above, other than to agree that you cannot be "tricked" into behaving this way.  You either behave like a spoiled bratty child or you don't.  As for him secretly recording her and then posting it online, too freakin bad lady.  The world needs to know about your weapons-grade insanity, including your current employer, any possible future employers, and all possible future mates.  The guy is gonna get OWNED in divorce court because of this (or civil court, I'm no lawyer), but I for one am certainly glad he shared.
 
2013-07-26 01:56:50 PM

BlousyBrown: Notice how calm he is being, knowing full well it's being recorded. What kind of behavior does he exhibit when the camera is turned off?


People who record other people behave perfectly reasonable when doing so. If you ever deal with someone who is suddenly acting perfectly logical and nice when they usually act like a douche bag and then they do something to try to start something...probably a trap.
 
2013-07-26 01:57:04 PM

BlousyBrown: MutantMotherMouse: My only question is why she didn't take herself to the lake? Mr. Mutantmothermouse wants to run errands rather than meet friends at the lake? Fark that -- I'm going without him. lol! jk! Mr. MMM never turns down an opportunity to go to the lake.

I think she had a restricted license or something like that.


DUI interlock on her car.  She may have already started drinking that day.
 
2013-07-26 01:57:07 PM

xynix: metallion: My ex-wife was like that.  She was fine until about a year after we exchanged vows...  She already had kids, and I was sort of trapped, because the kids needed something normal in their lives.   Put up with her for 12 years, and when I left, I felt like all of the circuits that had any caring for her were just burned flat out.   I also felt like a massive cement truck was off of my back.  The funny thing about it, is that the kids were both pretty much on my side about it.  "What I don't understand dad, is why you didn't leave her earlier...".   Now I've got a soulmate, who is everything good that I've missed for so long.  Pretty csb. :)

Same deal except it was her mother and her mother's husband that suggest I divorce that crazy biatch for my son's sake. Now her entire family are my friends, shunning her, and I've got a person I can really enjoy life with.

Not sure if you like Darius Rucker but his song "this" defines my life with my soon to be wife.


Very similar indeed. :)  Her mom always asked me how I put up with it.   I would never have done a video though, because I would have been ashamed to have something like that in my posession.  There may not be as much of it, but abuse doesn't always come from the male in the relationship.
 
2013-07-26 01:57:36 PM
He comes off worse in the video than her. Yeah she's immature and irritating but he seems like a genuine asshole enjoying the whole thing.
 
2013-07-26 01:58:12 PM

cwolf20: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Why are nurses generally insane?

Have you seen some of what they have to deal with? And that's just the people who don't die on their watch.


It goes deeper than that though.

Even people who go into nursing school are crazier than the general populace.
 
2013-07-26 01:58:33 PM
I do agree that this woman seems fairly unstable and probably a mess to live with, but the guy is a grade A dick for recording her and posting it online.
 
2013-07-26 01:58:47 PM
Douchecanoe and psychotic little princess.

Ladies and gentlegerms... I give you the white majority.

Vote republican.
 
2013-07-26 01:59:12 PM

sandi_fish: metallion: xynix: Oh the joys of being married to a crazy person. I was married to a crazy person who would act JUST LIKE THAT for reasons that still escape me. The difference is that I wouldn't egg her on.. I would try to avoid the situation which would of course get her even more geared up. She would block doors and scream at me.. Take my keys and throw them in the woods. Throw laptops/phones etc into the pool/toilet/closest body of water.

farking psycho. I knew it before I married her.. My friends knew it too .. they told me. But I didn't -really- know it until 6 months in and she went totally batshiat.  7.5 years until I could properly escape with my son. About to get remarried to my soul-mate. I'm a better person for being married to a psycho though. I can appreciate true brilliance, kindness, and love now like I never knew I could.

Maybe it's like being in prison.. Get out and everything looks greener, bluer, you can smell again.

My ex-wife was like that.  She was fine until about a year after we exchanged vows...  She already had kids, and I was sort of trapped, because the kids needed something normal in their lives.   Put up with her for 12 years, and when I left, I felt like all of the circuits that had any caring for her were just burned flat out.   I also felt like a massive cement truck was off of my back.  The funny thing about it, is that the kids were both pretty much on my side about it.  "What I don't understand dad, is why you didn't leave her earlier...".   Now I've got a soulmate, who is everything good that I've missed for so long.  Pretty csb. :)

Agree with you both.  After being someone who could flip out about anything, it's a joy to have someone who is great to be around.  It seems your whole attitude changes once you are with a wonderful person who treats you well, and is always happy to see you.  Makes the world a whole different place.


It even makes the world look so much better, not having that big wad of stress on your shoulders, thinking what did I do wrong today, and why am I so worthless..   It's nice being encouraged and supported, as opposed to being belittled, and manipulated.
 
2013-07-26 01:59:18 PM

kvinesknows: having watched the video... I dont think you know what that means.


I apologize if he revealed the camera later in the video; I gave up after 90 seconds or so.  Regardless, the public shaming is extraordinarily cruel behavior.

Tyrosine: Both these people are assholes and they deserve each other.


I can't really argue with this.
 
2013-07-26 01:59:35 PM
Her parents must be proud.

This is a prime example of why it should be socially acceptable to slap your kids around when they act up.  Worked for me.
 
2013-07-26 02:00:40 PM

lemonysprite: He comes off worse in the video than her. Yeah she's immature and irritating but he seems like a genuine asshole enjoying the whole thing.


Over crocodile tears?  Please.
 
2013-07-26 02:00:45 PM
Damn.  What a horrible biatch of person that coont is.  The guy needs to run as far and as fast as he can to get away from her.
Damn.  What a controlling, domineering bastard that douchebag is.  The woman needs to run as far and as fast as she can to get away from him.
Damn.  I Hope those too people spend the rest of their lives alone and bitter.  And I hope that neither of them ever reproduce!
 
2013-07-26 02:01:39 PM

lemonysprite: He comes off worse in the video than her. Yeah she's immature and irritating but he seems like a genuine asshole enjoying the whole thing.


I agree.

That shiat would drive me nuts too.  You make plans to go somewhere, and someone in the middle of the trip is like--"I need my tires rotated.."
 
2013-07-26 02:03:51 PM

factoryconnection: Called it. http://www.fark.com/comments/7853763/85502068#c85502068

Not that it was a tough call to make.  The divorce-court judge is going to have fun slamming this guy's wallet into the ground over "exhibit A: www.youtube.com/..."

I don't care if she's an emotional wreck, you don't surreptitiously record your spouse so that you can ridicule him or her to the world.  I hope she gets ALL.


Q: Why do divorces cost so much?
A: Cause they're worth it!
 
2013-07-26 02:04:53 PM

Odd Bird: Lucky LaRue: DO. NOT. STICK. YOUR. DICK. IN. PUT A RING ON CRAZY.

It's a fun ride but you have to know when the park's closing and the zombies are coming in.


As a college senior I was dating a freshman woman who was crazy. For a few months is was SO worth it. Really. But then:

1. I come by her dorm room to pick her up to grab dinner and hang out. She is sitting in the middle of the room, in the dark, staring at a candle. I ask her what's wrong, she says nothing, stands up, and walks out of the room. I blew out the candle, shut her door and followed her. She walked out front to my car and got in. So we were driving to the restaurant, she's still not talking. No matter what I say, she's only responding with grunting noises. She takes her jacket off at the restaurant and she has cat stickers all up and down the sleeves of her sweater. I ask what's up with the cat stickers. Nothing. After a very quiet dinner, we get in the car and I have had enough. I take her straight back to the front of her dorm, stop the car and say "Sorry, I have better things to do than this. See ya."  She gets out, starts crying, and runs into the dorm. More curious than caring, I park and go in after her. I find her once again sitting in the middle of the dark room staring at a candle. I plead with her to tell me what's wrong and finally, between sobs she says...
"Two years ago today.... my cat died."

2. Shortly thereafter I went to her family's Christmas / New Year's family holiday party. I walk in, people clap. The psycho hugs me and starts introducing me to everyone, all of whom are saying "congratulations!" She told everyone we were engaged. Now, full disclosure, I had given her a ring with her birthstone in it for Christmas. It was, like, $40. Seriously, NO proposal or even hint of it on my part. We broke up a week later after I decided it just wasn't worth the hassle.

(For the record, after the breakup she had a one night stand, got a VD, met someone online, dropped out of college, moved in with him inside of two weeks, got married, had a kid, and then a divorce a couple years later.)
 
2013-07-26 02:07:28 PM
Oh, the sanctity of straight marriage.
 
2013-07-26 02:08:35 PM

WinoRhino: (For the record, after the breakup she had a one night stand, got a VD, met someone online, dropped out of college, moved in with him inside of two weeks, got married, had a kid, and then a divorce a couple years later.)


Dude, were you stalking her after?  I would have just let that shiat go.
 
2013-07-26 02:08:45 PM
She looks a bit like my second ex wife.
Also cray cray,
started of trantrumy,
ended up really violent.
Had to sell all my guns, before I realized,she was only going to get stabby, too.

Never stick you dick in crazy, son.
 
2013-07-26 02:10:03 PM
Well, Good Luck in the dating pool, Ms. Tantrum!

/oh wait, you're THAT woman?  Um, hang on a second, I forgot something in my car.
 
2013-07-26 02:10:20 PM
Dude is a dick. They're discussing things like the budget at the beginning, so she's not a total head case. Filming your wife in the middle of an argument like that is pretty childish. And he clearly doesn't care at all about her, he laughs at her reaction. She's over the top, but these two clearly shouldn't be together.
 
2013-07-26 02:11:05 PM

WinoRhino: Odd Bird: Lucky LaRue: DO. NOT. STICK. YOUR. DICK. IN. PUT A RING ON CRAZY.

It's a fun ride but you have to know when the park's closing and the zombies are coming in.

As a college senior I was dating a freshman woman who was crazy. For a few months is was SO worth it. Really. But then:

1. I come by her dorm room to pick her up to grab dinner and hang out. She is sitting in the middle of the room, in the dark, staring at a candle. I ask her what's wrong, she says nothing, stands up, and walks out of the room. I blew out the candle, shut her door and followed her. She walked out front to my car and got in. So we were driving to the restaurant, she's still not talking. No matter what I say, she's only responding with grunting noises. She takes her jacket off at the restaurant and she has cat stickers all up and down the sleeves of her sweater. I ask what's up with the cat stickers. Nothing. After a very quiet dinner, we get in the car and I have had enough. I take her straight back to the front of her dorm, stop the car and say "Sorry, I have better things to do than this. See ya."  She gets out, starts crying, and runs into the dorm. More curious than caring, I park and go in after her. I find her once again sitting in the middle of the dark room staring at a candle. I plead with her to tell me what's wrong and finally, between sobs she says...
"Two years ago today.... my cat died."

2. Shortly thereafter I went to her family's Christmas / New Year's family holiday party. I walk in, people clap. The psycho hugs me and starts introducing me to everyone, all of whom are saying "congratulations!" She told everyone we were engaged. Now, full disclosure, I had given her a ring with her birthstone in it for Christmas. It was, like, $40. Seriously, NO proposal or even hint of it on my part. We broke up a week later after I decided it just wasn't worth the hassle.

(For the record, after the breakup she had a one night stand, got a VD, met someone online, dropped out of c ...


What is it with crazy biatches and cats?
 
2013-07-26 02:11:36 PM

Hebalo: She's over the top, but these two clearly shouldn't be together.


Really? I think they should be sewn together.
 
2013-07-26 02:12:48 PM
'can't fiiiiiiiiind a better maaaaaaaan'!!!!!
 
2013-07-26 02:12:56 PM
Part of me thinks showing her the video could have aided in letting her see how bat shiat crazy she acts.  Like when you're trying to help someone with a sever drug or alcohol problem.

The other part of me thinks he had already made up his mind and posted the video to show everyone else why he's walking away from bat shiat crazy.
 
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