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2013-07-26 04:07:34 PM

tricycleracer: 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.


Obviously she has a history of making stupid decisions then. So none of this is a surprise. They deserved to be stuck together longer.
 
2013-07-26 04:08:02 PM

heili skrimsli: SeedFreak: However, he seems to be experienced in pushing her buttons which make me think he's psychologically abusive.

I think she's just an immature crazy biatch.

There's only one person responsible for her behavior, and that person is her.

AngryJailhouseFistfark: But that's just the sort the abusers prey on.

Because the guy always has to be the one who's wrong, eh? It can't possibly be that he's just an average, normal, not abusive man who's been pushed to the point that he walked out the door by a crazy, immature, spoiled biatch, can it?


There's only one person responsible for his behaviour, and that's him.

Apparently.
 
2013-07-26 04:12:24 PM

ringersol: impaler: "Tough to say. That tantrum could have just been the breaking point after years of emotional manipulation/abuse."

Did you miss her casual mention of how getting her oil changed was somehow someone else's problem because of "the interlock thing" on her car?
The dude may *also* be a colossal d-bag, but the question of whether she's bug-fark-nuts is not remotely tough to say.


Yes, I did miss that. I've only heard a few short seconds of the thing, and that's all I care to hear.
 
2013-07-26 04:15:18 PM
Because the guy always has to be the one who's wrong, eh? It can't possibly be that he's just an average, normal, not abusive man who's been pushed to the point that he walked out the door by a crazy, immature, spoiled biatch, can it?


oh, not at all - it's entirely common for both parties to be wrong.
he may not be abusive, and he seems to have opted to walk out the door.

putting her tantrum on youtube, however? as juvenile as she
 
2013-07-26 04:15:36 PM

miss diminutive: What is with Farkers dating/marrying crazy women? I know there are a lot of them out there, but based solely on Fark demographics it seems like one out of every three women is a psycho hose-beast.

I've never dated any crazy guys. I've dated overly possessive, emotionally crippled, jealously violent or chronically immature men, but never straight-up "batshiat insane" ones.



I think we can all chalk up our experience to the fact that we're not born with any ability to find a good partner, so we kind of stumble around and make mistakes for a while. And even if we've been warned about who to avoid, we don't really learn until we make those mistakes ourselves.

Then there's the whole layer of societal conventions about what's desirable. Many men find highly sexual women appealing, but that trait sometimes correlates with teh crazy. Many women are attracted to 'bad boys' or maybe to sweep-her-off-her-feet romantics, both of which types probably tend to their characteristic undesirable issues.

And the immaturity thing, most of us men hang on to our adolescence well into our 20s. Sorry about that. It's why I've been telling my daughter to find a nice 30 year old, ever since she was 12.
 
2013-07-26 04:16:28 PM

PartTimeBuddha: There's only one person responsible for his behaviour, and that's him.

Apparently.


I really don't think his behavior was the problem. It's not like he was screaming, wailing, kicking things and acting like a three year old.
 
2013-07-26 04:17:48 PM

kobrakai: Hebalo: The version I watched was filled with him taunting her, calling her names, and being kind of selfish.

Which a normal person ignores, walks away from and files for divorce. A crazy biatch keeps fighting and throwing a tantrum thinking that the outcome is going to go her way.


He refused to stop the car so she could get out. What you are calling a "tantrum" (because of course all women are children) is a reaction to being trapped.

I hope she uses his own recording against the abusive asshole.

Also, the jerk has an extremely punchable smirky-face. And now, women everywhere know that he is to be avoided at all costs. So it's not all for naught.
 
2013-07-26 04:19:30 PM
heili skrimsli :

I really don't think his behavior was the problem. It's not like he was screaming, wailing, kicking things and acting like a three year old.
there are many types of behavior -. who know what his behavior is when he isn't the one filing?
 
2013-07-26 04:20:29 PM
Maybe dude is a dick, and maybe she's a twunt.
doesn't matter. All I know is that I don't need to, nor want to, watch that video, because I am quite sure I have lived it.
I reallydon't want to area this thread any more because a lot of you farkers are breaking my heart.

A great deal of the you folks who are casting opinions don't seems to have any idea what its like to live, and survive such a relationship. Especially from a mans point of view. We are always told to man up, be responcable, etcetcetc... you are not allowed to complain, stand up for yourself,
And if you do, then you are the abusive one
I am so shell shocked I barely know how to act around women anymore. And am terrified of any relationships looking for the "signs" that this woman who's paying attention to you might be just as crazy and manipulative as the last that played you any attention.

but, you are a guy, and you are not allowed to be weak, you are not allowed to the one abused. Controlled, manipulated.
 
2013-07-26 04:21:53 PM

MadAzza: Also, the jerk has an extremely punchable smirky-face. And now, women everywhere know that he is to be avoided at all costs. So it's not all for naught.


You'd think so, but remember Drew Peterson had women willing to date him while he was being investigated for offing 2 ex-wives.
 
2013-07-26 04:21:58 PM

vudukungfu: 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.


can we ban the use of the word "cray" meaning crazy on fark.
 
2013-07-26 04:28:26 PM

Sybarite: Everyone here seems like a terrible person. That said, I'd fark the crazy out of her.


23 years and counting. Hasn't happened yet. Why yes I am a raging dumbass, why do you ask?
 
2013-07-26 04:29:18 PM

heili skrimsli: PartTimeBuddha: There's only one person responsible for his behaviour, and that's him.

Apparently.

I really don't think his behavior was the problem. It's not like he was screaming, wailing, kicking things and acting like a three year old.


Indeed, no. He wasn't playing that particular game. He was playing more of an 'I HATE YOU' game, where he extracts and provokes the worst aspects of her character at the worst time, and then betrays any trust in the relationship by exposing her publicly. The whole thing is hatred in action.

Think on it.

> He wouldn't post the second worst example of her behaviour, would he?
> The woman must have started the car ride with an expectation of going to the lake. Yes -- she reacts REALLY badly to the change of destination, but he'd got her into the car in the first place with that as the assumption.

"Honey. Things have been bad, I know. But I love you. I do. Look -- let's just ... let's just try to put the past behind us and, you know, reconnect with who we really are. Who we were. Tomorrow ... that's right ... tomorrow, let's go to the lake. We'll get on the boats. We'll go swimming. With all that's happened, I ... I think we're both starting to forget who we are, right? How good we can be together? Remember? I love you. I'll prove it. I'll prove it tomorrow."

The guy is a liar and he's manipulated the situation and the woman into something for ridicule. Hatred in action.

Is he unhappy in his marriage? Sure. If you're unhappy, try to deal with it, and if you fail to deal with it, leave.
 
2013-07-26 04:30:08 PM

TheThirdViceroy: Man, I'd be pissed if I had to waste a Saturday and buy a present for a wedding and marriage that lasted a whopping 14 months.  Sheesh, people...figure out if you're actually compatible before you tie the knot.


It was obvious what was going to happen as soon as you saw how many bridesmaids/groomsmen they had:

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2013-07-26 04:32:42 PM
You'd think someone who made a living as a nurse would have seen enough real suffering that she might have a sense of perspective about her own problems.

If I were in a relationship with someone who threw that kind of a tantrum, as soon as we got home I'd tell her it was all over. Jesus, I could hardly stand watching the video--actually putting up with someone who acts like that wouldn't even enter my mind.
 
2013-07-26 04:33:26 PM

MadAzza: He refused to stop the car so she could get out.


Do you know where they were? Could they have been on a pretty rural road with no one around for miles? Should he just dump her on the side of the road in that state?

MadAzza: I hope she uses his own recording against the abusive asshole.


If you look at my previous comments you'll see that I've actually been in that situation. I can't say what happened outside of this video (and neither can you) but my experience is that this was the last straw for him. When they go to court he will need this to counter all the lies she's going to tell (and has probably been telling). Look up thread at a few examples of this.

But I know none of this means anything to you. He is a man, ergo he's the bad guy.
 
2013-07-26 04:35:36 PM

Fear the Clam: It was obvious what was going to happen as soon as you saw how many bridesmaids/groomsmen they had:


I know! I can't believe she would let him have that many people in their wedding!

/Not directed at you. Directed at the man-haters on here.
 
2013-07-26 04:37:01 PM
i was hoping for a followup.  figurative train wrecks are really fun to watch.  unlike literal ones in Spain.
 
2013-07-26 04:37:17 PM

kobrakai: But I know none of this means anything to you. He is a man, ergo he's the bad guy.


I'd have much more sympathy for that position if they were actually going to the lake instead of (what appears to be) some random car journey.

If she is repeatedly crazy, there would be better and more natural/convincing ways of recording that. I'm not -- by any means -- saying that there wouldn't be good evidence of that. It's just that this particular fish stinks.
 
2013-07-26 04:38:58 PM
To any Farkers who have not heard of this before, she is most likely suffering from borderline personality disorder.  For many years my ex was like this x10 and I just called her crazy.  Now I know exactly what that kind of crazy is called.  I bought a few books on it and she shares every single trait that someone who suffers from that disorder does.  It's like a playbook of sorts because they all do the same things and it scared me because of all the times I've had to explain to people "shes just crazy" and she made me feel like I was crazy and always became the victim.  This woman does one of the main traits of BPD on the video!  She uses "Splitting" to go on facebook to make herself look like a victim and her husband the bad one.  To borderliners, people are either all good or all bad.  I used to hear my exwife on the phone with people and she was like a different person to each person she was talking to.  She would be the best friend ever to who she was talking to and then say how bad everyone else was.  Then she would call someone else and do the same thing.  Nobody would listen to me say that she was crazy because she told everyone how I neglect her.  I found a book called "I hate you.... dont leave me!" and it was like finding my own autobiography.  I've been divorced from her for 13 years and have one more kid turning 18 soon so I celebrate never having to see her again.  She is still super crazy.  I could write a book about it but I would have to wait until my kid turns 18 to release it.

So tl/dr version:  Shes probably got borderline personality disorder.  If you dated one, you would recognize it.  You just probably never knew what it was called.  Check out bpdcentral website, its worth a google.

/I'm not a therapist, I just read like 5-6 books about it when I found out what its called.
//going to a therapist that understands bpd and life is getting better
 
2013-07-26 04:39:34 PM
kobrakai:  When they go to court he will need this to counter all the lies she's going to tell (and has probably been telling).

It was a dick move to post it on the Internet.  And posting it online does not make him more sympathetic, it makes him less.

But I know none of this means anything to you. He is a man, ergo he's the bad guy.

OK, you can stop with the hyperbole.  It seems like most of us in this thread are saying that they both seem like asshats in their own way.
 
2013-07-26 04:41:29 PM

barefoot in the head: obamadidcoke: That guy is a shiatbird. Just divorce her if she's that big a pain in the ass, but don't ridicule her. This dude is too big a pussy to make a decision and stand up for it, so he had to "prove" what a biatch she was and destroy her in the process.

Yep.


I kind of agree with this, too, but I also think that if people are shamed this way, maybe it will make others think "I shouldn't act like a three-year-old who didn't get the candy bar" when I'm actually an adult. She's being made an example of, and hopefully will prevent other people, not just women but also men who freak out over tiny shiat, from freaking out.

We enable bad behavior when we don't condemn it.

Sometimes you have to *see* what you're doing to be able to change it, there's that, as well. Unfortunately, she seems to be going with the "he provoked me so it's not my fault" thing instead of the introspective "I sure look like an idiot in that video, maybe I should act like an adult even if I feel I'm being provoked" thing. Too bad.

But, hey, the good news is they are both back on the market, right?

/got lucky the first time
//37 years together
 
2013-07-26 04:42:58 PM
What a weird thread. Woman has a fit so it must be a man's fault. This is the typical attitude holding women back from equality. They just couldn't possibly be responsible for their actins. Sad.

Im sure if fark saw a video of a man having a violent loss of temper, hitting and kicking things around a woman, then it must be the womans fault.
 
2013-07-26 04:49:15 PM

MadAzza: What you are calling a "tantrum" (because of course all women are children) is a reaction to being trapped.


This is the textbook example of a tantrum.
 
2013-07-26 04:49:38 PM

The Chaos Toadman: To any Farkers who have not heard of this before, she is most likely suffering from borderline personality disorder.  For many years my ex was like this x10 and I just called her crazy.  Now I know exactly what that kind of crazy is called.  I bought a few books on it and she shares every single trait that someone who suffers from that disorder does.  It's like a playbook of sorts because they all do the same things and it scared me because of all the times I've had to explain to people "shes just crazy" and she made me feel like I was crazy and always became the victim.  This woman does one of the main traits of BPD on the video!  She uses "Splitting" to go on facebook to make herself look like a victim and her husband the bad one.  To borderliners, people are either all good or all bad.  I used to hear my exwife on the phone with people and she was like a different person to each person she was talking to.  She would be the best friend ever to who she was talking to and then say how bad everyone else was.  Then she would call someone else and do the same thing.  Nobody would listen to me say that she was crazy because she told everyone how I neglect her.  I found a book called "I hate you.... dont leave me!" and it was like finding my own autobiography.  I've been divorced from her for 13 years and have one more kid turning 18 soon so I celebrate never having to see her again.  She is still super crazy.  I could write a book about it but I would have to wait until my kid turns 18 to release it.

So tl/dr version:  Shes probably got borderline personality disorder.  If you dated one, you would recognize it.  You just probably never knew what it was called.  Check out bpdcentral website, its worth a google.

/I'm not a therapist, I just read like 5-6 books about it when I found out what its called.
//going to a therapist that understands bpd and life is getting better


I know all about that one as well... my brothers Ex is diagnosed with that.

and they have a kid together..I'm hoping to rescue the kid from her bullshiat soonish or later.
 
2013-07-26 04:51:49 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.


Yeah, well you're a Catholic, so you're going to burn in hell for the judgement you just passed. And you'll deserve it.
 
2013-07-26 04:57:28 PM
Waldo Pepper:
can we ban the use of the word "cray" meaning crazy on fark.

totes bro
 
2013-07-26 05:02:32 PM
I dated a girl like this in college. Btu she would be the one to egg me on in a fight and it was always over stupid shiat like where to eat or what movie to see. Then she would get madder at me after I said I wasent getting into a big argument over something so stupid. In hindsight I should have said petty because saying stupid opened a whole new can of worms.
 
2013-07-26 05:03:26 PM
Came for "Wife-lake tantrum detected."

Leaving dissatisfied.  WHAT THE HELL PEOPLE
 
2013-07-26 05:09:21 PM

Xcott: Came for "Wife-lake tantrum detected."

Leaving dissatisfied.  WHAT THE HELL PEOPLE


if it's any consolation i gave you a 'funny' vote.
 
2013-07-26 05:10:14 PM

miss diminutive: vudukungfu: 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.

What is with Farkers dating/marrying crazy women? I know there are a lot of them out there, but based solely on Fark demographics it seems like one out of every three women is a psycho hose-beast.

I've never dated any crazy guys. I've dated overly possessive, emotionally crippled, jealously violent or chronically immature men, but never straight-up "batshiat insane" ones.


Oh, you're just missing out then. I came home one day to find my boyfriend very angry at me because he insisted the cat told him I was cheating on him instead of going to work. When I broke up with him the next day he kept insisting that the cat was a reincarnation of a famous guru who "knew things" and it would be very bad luck for me to leave him. Then he proceeded to call me repeatedly at work, introducing himself as either the cat or the guru. You should count your blessings.
 
2013-07-26 05:10:39 PM

Waldo Pepper: vudukungfu: 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.

can we ban the use of the word "cray" meaning crazy on fark.


Thank you!! Using the term "cray cray" is bad bad.
 
2013-07-26 05:12:31 PM
I don't think he did promise to take her to the lake. I he had, she would have said something to the extent of, "BUT YOU PROMISED!" and she did not. In fact, he said, "I told you this was my day to get stuff done," and she did not refute this in any way. A person who had been promised a trip to the lake would mention a piked promise.

As for his condescending demeanor, sometimes all you can do is laugh.
 
2013-07-26 05:14:01 PM

metallion: frepnog: AngryJailhouseFistfark: I find it difficult to believe she went from zero to hystrionic overnight. I suspect she's always been colorful and over-reactive, but the real villain in this thing is the guy. He struck me as a jerk from his comments and the mere fact that he was filming this instead of pulling over to the side of the road to seek some resolution, if only to quiet down until they got home. Then seeing his photos, he looks like a wet, sticky asshole.

I bet you good money that you are the kind of person that made him film this crazy biatch losing her shiat.

because no one would believe the level of crazy.

/was married to crazy.  she would go weapons grade insane when we were alone.  NO ONE would believe me.  Then once we were at her mother's and she forgot where she was and started to go off...  for about 40 seconds.  and then she realized where she was and total personality change.  Lots witnessed it.  No one disbelieved me any more.

That's what happened with my ex.  In her case, it was a five minute tirade, because I had deleted a horribly blurry picture of christmas lights off of a digital camera.  It was the evening that I was vindicated after forever of that kind of shiat in private.   and as it turned out, It was the start of the best thing that could have happened for me.   Her parents were there, her sisters and brothers were there....  The whole fam damily was there..

I even had a pretty sound calculation for an exchange rate.  For every 30 minutes she had to be nice to someone, I'd catch around 14.5 hours of hell for it.

I've still got a good relationship with the ex in-laws, after almost five years of being divorced from her.



I know exactly what you guys have been through, I was in the exact same situation.  I suggest checking out this website:

http://www.bpdcentral.com/borderline-disorder/hallmarks-of-bpd/

Learn to identify the traits.   There have been a growing number of women with borderline personality disorder in the news.  Arias was diagnosed.  Tot mom was one too.  Also the Kennedy woman that killed herself.  There has to be more judging by the number of farkers who have dated at least one borderliner.
 
2013-07-26 05:14:03 PM
Could it be that she gained a little weight and this turned him off so he has been ignoring her for awhile.  

I doubt she never snapped when they were dating so if he knew about this side while they were dating and married her then he needs to learn not to bring out that side of her.
 
2013-07-26 05:14:54 PM
oi41.tinypic.com
 
2013-07-26 05:17:00 PM

The Flexecutioner: Xcott: Came for "Wife-lake tantrum detected."

Leaving dissatisfied.  WHAT THE HELL PEOPLE

if it's any consolation i gave you a 'funny' vote.


Second.
 
2013-07-26 05:22:25 PM
Dated crazy just out of college for 3 years.
Knew it was a bad idea 1 year into it when she started throwing things and threatening suicide.
Got out because I was "distant" and she liked this other guy.
Stayed "friends" 2 years after that to show I wasn't running.
Moved twice after that before she couldn't find me anymore.

\Peeled the band-aid off slowly...
\\Redneck vengeance is a pain in the ass to deal with even if you're innocent.
 
2013-07-26 05:22:49 PM

Haplo127x: Oh, you're just missing out then. I came home one day to find my boyfriend very angry at me because he insisted the cat told him I was cheating on him instead of going to work. When I broke up with him the next day he kept insisting that the cat was a reincarnation of a famous guru who "knew things" and it would be very bad luck for me to leave him. Then he proceeded to call me repeatedly at work, introducing himself as either the cat or the guru. You should count your blessings.


Well, that is odd.

But, were you cheating on him?
 
2013-07-26 05:23:36 PM
http://www.bpdcentral.com/borderline-disorder/bpd-relationships/Five Familiar "Fights" (Relationship Behavioral Patterns)Having a borderline loved one means having that "it's déjà vu all over again" feeling much of the time. You may feel get stuck in these five familiar behavioral patterns, or "fights," with no clue about what's happening, how you got there, or how to get out.

1. The "It's Your Fault" Fight
"Once my BP girlfriend snapped at me for looking through some DVDs the wrong way. I asked her in a very even tone of voice, "What are you getting upset about?" For the rest of the day she sulked and gave me the silent treatment."
For BPs to admit to themselves or others that anything about them is less than perfect would be admitting that they are defective.
2. The "Heads I Win, Tails You Lose" Fight
"My mother is the master of double-binds. When I call her as soon as I get home at the end of my day, she is short and rude because she is in the middle of something. But if I wait until later in the evening to call, she says in an accusatory way, "You've been home for how long? And you didn't call me?"
You know you're in a no-win scenario when you're damned if you do and damned if you don't. People with BPD are consistently inconsistent.
3. The "Projection" Fight
"There's nothing wrong with me. There's something wrong with you!
People often try to avoid feeling bad about their own unpleasant traits, behaviors, or feelings by attributing them (often in an accusing way) to someone else. This is a common defense mechanism called projection. people with BPD take it to the extreme.
4. The "I Hate You-Don't Leave Me" Fight
I am totally confused. My BP boyfriend broke up with me on Tuesday, then on Friday wanted to know what I was doing over the weekend. I remember one night, we had a great time together and had great sex. Then he started a fight over nothing the next morning."
When people get too close, people with BPs feel engulfed. In turn, they distance themselves to avoid feeling controlled. But then BPs feel neglected, even abandoned. So they try to get closer again, and the cycle repeats.
5. The "Testing" Fight
Before I recovered from BPD I would tell people, "I'm just testing you to see how much you love me." I knew that I couldn't start with a full-blown BP rage. So I started softly and slowly. With each test I set forth and the person passed, I upped the ante and said, "If you loved me, you would do this or that." People usually accepted the most outrageous and inappropriate behavior to maintain the relationship.
You might think that once the non-BP passes the tests, their borderline family member would feel more secure. But that doesn't happen. Instead, people with BPD think, "Why would a healthy, normal person take the abuse? There must be something wrong with them."
 
2013-07-26 05:24:40 PM
farm5.staticflickr.com
 
2013-07-26 05:35:01 PM
I really recommend this book if you have to deal with getting away from someone with BPD:

ecx.images-amazon.com

It goes over what to expect in court and its almost exact science.  It explains about how they will try to claim abuse and seek ex-parte hearings and how to document and explain the behavior.  It explains how they act in court and how they act with mediation.  This one is top of my list of books on the subject that have helped me but I would also recommend:

Emotional Blackmail: When the People in Your Life Use Fear, Obligation, and Guilt to Manipulate You by Susan Forward

I Hate You--Don't Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality by Jerold J. Kreisman

Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder by Paul Mason MS
 
2013-07-26 05:48:37 PM

BolshyGreatYarblocks: [farm5.staticflickr.com image 320x240]


While it's a nice idea ... .
 
2013-07-26 05:49:12 PM
Just told the boyfriend to look up the video... I'd like a little appreciation for not being batshiat insane.
 
2013-07-26 05:59:24 PM

ThrobblefootSpectre: What a weird thread. Woman has a fit so it must be a man's fault. This is the typical attitude holding women back from equality. They just couldn't possibly be responsible for their actins. Sad.


You're just seeing a ton of white knights and feminists who think that women should not ever be held responsible for their shiatty behavior.

kobrakai: This is the textbook example of a tantrum.


And what's the one thing you don't do when dealing with a tantrum?

Give in and give the tantrum thrower what they want.

This guy needs to document shiat like this with video so that when she's claiming on Facebook that he's abusing her because she threw a tantrum in the car, and shows up later with bruises on her arms and legs from trashing around inside the car, he doesn't go to jail for beating her.
 
2013-07-26 06:06:56 PM

superlawyergirl: Just told the boyfriend to look up the video... I'd like a little appreciation for not being batshiat insane.


I did that as well.
 
2013-07-26 06:48:08 PM
Whoa, 42 seconds in & I bailed. Way too much like real life with my "princess".
 
2013-07-26 06:54:53 PM

Hebalo: Proteejay: I think men are getting smarter and this guy is an example of that. The pendulum of equality between the sexes has swung so far to the other side and does not exist in family court where men are concerned.

 When you've put your d**k in crazy, you have few options. One is getting out. Failing to do that, you should protect yourself.   This guy protected himself from a future restraining order or cries of abuse or he beat me or give me half your sh*t or in preparation for the negative press war that women rule in his future divorce; by documenting her level of insanity.  Good on him.   He's keeping his own a** out of jail from some trumped up assault charge, by documenting the crazy. Well played.

But this guy isn't acting like a man. A man doesn't taunt and callously treat a woman like that, no matter how batshiat crazy she reacts.



Uh huh.
You want to get your balls crushed, that's on you.
In this age of equality women are equally capable of causing various levels of harm to a man.
The modern day smart man discards your ridciulous chivalry shiate and fights fire with fire.
 
2013-07-26 06:57:51 PM

corn-bread: Hebalo: Proteejay: I think men are getting smarter and this guy is an example of that. The pendulum of equality between the sexes has swung so far to the other side and does not exist in family court where men are concerned.

 When you've put your d**k in crazy, you have few options. One is getting out. Failing to do that, you should protect yourself.   This guy protected himself from a future restraining order or cries of abuse or he beat me or give me half your sh*t or in preparation for the negative press war that women rule in his future divorce; by documenting her level of insanity.  Good on him.   He's keeping his own a** out of jail from some trumped up assault charge, by documenting the crazy. Well played.

But this guy isn't acting like a man. A man doesn't taunt and callously treat a woman like that, no matter how batshiat crazy she reacts.


Uh huh.
You want to get your balls crushed, that's on you.
In this age of equality women are equally capable of causing various levels of harm to a man.
The modern day smart man discards your ridciulous chivalry shiate and fights fire with fire.


Except Women don't want true equality.  if a woman has a dead battery in a parking lot, she won't say "amazing how nobody came over to help" she will say "amazing how many men didn't offer to help".
 
2013-07-26 07:01:40 PM
SHE filed for divorce.

HE had to move out.

Does anyone else see the problem here?
 
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