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(Politics UK)   No-fault divorce makes splitting up too easy say judges, who want to hang a critical "bad-thinking" clause on at least one half of the couples and shame them for it   (politics.co.uk) divider line 32
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2014-01-15 10:11:41 AM
7 votes:
Ironic, considering that their state religion was founded on the concept of divorce.
2014-01-15 12:10:03 PM
2 votes:

vicioushobbit: mister aj: The ten years I speak of wasn't ten years of dating; if only. Ten years of marriage. I stuck around for the sake of young children, and for the sake of not losing half of my hard-earned wealth. After ten years of disrespect and piling on the pounds though, I just couldn't take it any more. Fortunately, Russian women have less hang-ups about sex and more respect for their body and their partner.

Yeah, still blanket statementing, dude.  10 years with 1 woman isn't the same as knowing all the women in a single nation, and you may have just gotten lucky with your current wife.  Getting married for citizenship isn't a new thing.

Less hangups about sex? The fark have you been going to meet women? I know plenty personally who have no problems with one night stands, kink, threesomes, etc, but who are also decent people who, when they find a good match, stick with that person.

You seem far more concerned with saving your money.  People who stay together "for the kids" end up doing more harm to those kids.  If you are suffering 10 years of unhappiness, and your kids see you and your wife going through it, who's teaching these kids what a real relationship looks like? They are learning by watching you.

/you should have quit after your Boobies, and just let us all think you were only being a troll.  That'd have ended better for you.


That's OK, after getting beat up here he can go home to his mail order bride and she can tell him what a smart man he really is.
2014-01-15 12:08:39 PM
2 votes:

alice_600: Laobaojun: miss diminutive: GBB: My current wife was iffy about the whole situation until I asked her, "If, after you and I are together for 11 years, you decide that you want to move on, would you want me to get upset and all possessive with you and do spiteful things toward you, or would you want me to accept it and deal with it like an adult?"

This sounds like my parents. Together for 24 years and just grew apart. They're still friends and my dad stops by to fix things at my mom's place because he's handy like that. Neither of them speak ill of the other and they just live their own lives.

Ah!  The real traditional approach.
Seriously, the European and Latin tradition of mistresses has a lot to do with not divorcing even though the passion and romance are out of the marriage.  Wifey has perpetual headache, hubby doesn't, no need for violence or the courts.  Amazing what adults can sort out if they are rational about it.

Yeah it's nice till the mistress gets pregnant so the mistress needs money now to take care of Daddy's little secret.


Falling down the stairs is free.
2014-01-15 11:34:11 AM
2 votes:

mister aj: urbangirl: mister aj: This is only a problem if you marry American women. Entitled, biatchy, withhold sex and pork up once they're 'securely' married. My current wife grew up in Russia, where it seems they don't raise little girls to be whores.


1.5/10

Too obvious.  I think it was the "whore" part that sent it over the top.

Actually real, I speak from experience. 10 miserable years before I found out that better women can be found outside of the country.


Yes, indeed.  They're great.  Right up until they get their green card, they couldn't be nicer.
2014-01-15 11:01:26 AM
2 votes:

urbangirl: wildcardjack: I should have sued my mother-inlaw for failing to disclose that my (now ex) wife required psychiatric medicine and had been institutionalized in her teens.

So, get married, no meds, suddenly she's MY burden! fark that shiat, I ditched that crazy redhead. And I do mean craaazy. Delusional, pathological liar that got brutally violent when you picked at her lies.

She'd be great on Fox News.

So the woman you "loved" enough to marry is suddenly a "burden" when you discover she has mental health issues.  I really really hope you didn't mean that to sound the way it does.  Because if you did,  you are a HUGE a#$hole.


The way it's written is like the guy paid a dowry for her then wanted a refund when he was sold bad goods.
2014-01-15 10:33:23 AM
2 votes:

GORDON: Easy: Divorce tax.  The State gets half.


Why do you hate men? I mean if the State gets half, and the biatch gets half, why in the hell would a man ever get married?
2014-01-15 10:27:53 AM
2 votes:
I gave my former wife a choice.  A) I file on grounds of adultery, force her and the dude she farked to appear in court,  and seek spousal support (she was an officer in the Navy and was making bank with BAH/BAS). B) I file on grounds of irreconcilable differences, and she signs the separation agreement stating that I get both the dogs, and am absolved of her credit card  and student loan debt.

She chose wisely for once in her life.

She later dragged that moron to California with her, married him in vegas, got deployed to Afghanistan six months later, and subsequently cheated on him during the year she was over there, and now she is getting divorced again.

/CSB
/whore
2014-01-15 10:25:16 AM
2 votes:
I should have sued my mother-inlaw for failing to disclose that my (now ex) wife required psychiatric medicine and had been institutionalized in her teens.

So, get married, no meds, suddenly she's MY burden! fark that shiat, I ditched that crazy redhead. And I do mean craaazy. Delusional, pathological liar that got brutally violent when you picked at her lies.

She'd be great on Fox News.
2014-01-16 12:41:07 AM
1 votes:
Time to face the facts: the occupation of judge attracts as many judgmental people as you'd think it would. Most of them should probably be removed from the bench just as soon as the sticks up their asses can be unscrewed from it.
2014-01-15 03:21:40 PM
1 votes:

alice_600: Well adults should know what marriage means and what's beyond the wedding dayif not why were they even married to begin with.


Yes, they should. You'll find nary a word I said that disagrees with that.

lennavan: Adults should also know marriage and wedding are two completely different words with two completely different meanings and that it's fully possible to have a marriage without a wedding.


You sure picked the hell out of that nit. Congratulations.
2014-01-15 02:15:34 PM
1 votes:

jcb274: .



You know what?  Never the fark mind.

You go on with "but WHY can't people be forced make all the right decisions according to MEEEEEE?" and be happy.

Good day
2014-01-15 01:57:32 PM
1 votes:

pottie: Marriage ain't for sissies.


The supreme court is still ruling on that
2014-01-15 01:34:33 PM
1 votes:

lennavan: Gothnet: Sometimes people drift apart regardless of best intentions

It's really farking sad that you think marriage is about intentions rather than effort or actions.  Sorry, I totally intended to give a shiat about you, it just didn't happen.  Oh well.

Gothnet: forcing them to stay together

You dipshiat, I'm not for less people getting divorced, I'm for less people getting married.


Then don't get married to so many people, you dipshiat.

/and quit trying to tell us how anybody else should live their lives
2014-01-15 12:54:15 PM
1 votes:
It devalues the word marriage.

DRINK!

2014-01-15 12:22:40 PM
1 votes:

vicioushobbit: jst3p: vicioushobbit: Aaaaand the reason you had to get a mail-order bride is clear.
Such a keeper.  Grats to your wife for landing you.

As a transaction they are both getting what they paid for.

This is true.  I wonder what country he'll turn to next when she decides she wants something more to life than receiving his noodle in exchange for citizenry?  He'll probably write off Russia as a whole, move to a tropical region.


He seems to value docile and obedient. I would go with Asia. You need an exit strategy though, don't want to hold on too long...

i.imgur.com
2014-01-15 12:18:52 PM
1 votes:

jst3p: alice_600: Laobaojun: miss diminutive: GBB: My current wife was iffy about the whole situation until I asked her, "If, after you and I are together for 11 years, you decide that you want to move on, would you want me to get upset and all possessive with you and do spiteful things toward you, or would you want me to accept it and deal with it like an adult?"

This sounds like my parents. Together for 24 years and just grew apart. They're still friends and my dad stops by to fix things at my mom's place because he's handy like that. Neither of them speak ill of the other and they just live their own lives.

Ah!  The real traditional approach.
Seriously, the European and Latin tradition of mistresses has a lot to do with not divorcing even though the passion and romance are out of the marriage.  Wifey has perpetual headache, hubby doesn't, no need for violence or the courts.  Amazing what adults can sort out if they are rational about it.

Yeah it's nice till the mistress gets pregnant so the mistress needs money now to take care of Daddy's little secret.

Falling down the stairs is free.


Not the defence lawyer though.
2014-01-15 11:46:39 AM
1 votes:

techgeek07: mister aj: This is only a problem if you marry American women. Entitled, biatchy, withhold sex and pork up once they're 'securely' married. My current wife grew up in Russia, where it seems they don't raise little girls to be whores.

And you can order them right off the internet.


You gotta specify that they put airholes on the box or they'll get cheap and the tramp arrives DOA with no refund.

/learned the hard way
2014-01-15 11:43:37 AM
1 votes:

Satan's Bunny Slippers: mister aj: urbangirl: mister aj: This is only a problem if you marry American women. Entitled, biatchy, withhold sex and pork up once they're 'securely' married. My current wife grew up in Russia, where it seems they don't raise little girls to be whores.


1.5/10

Too obvious.  I think it was the "whore" part that sent it over the top.

Actually real, I speak from experience. 10 miserable years before I found out that better women can be found outside of the country.

Ah.  Sure.


OK, who let the shill for lovelyruskieladieswelikeyoulongtime.com in the door?
2014-01-15 11:37:38 AM
1 votes:

mister aj: Actually real, I speak from experience. 10 miserable years before I found out that better women can be found outside of the country.


So you picked a bad one, then picked a good one, and extrapolated that to million of women in two different countries? Logic isn't your strong point, is it?

I married a really, really bad one, but I don't think every man in America is a psychotic bi-sexual stalker. Because I take responsibility for my part in picking his psycho ass.
2014-01-15 11:19:54 AM
1 votes:
This is only a problem if you marry American women. Entitled, biatchy, withhold sex and pork up once they're 'securely' married. My current wife grew up in Russia, where it seems they don't raise little girls to be whores.
2014-01-15 11:01:14 AM
1 votes:

urbangirl: So the woman you "loved" enough to marry is suddenly a "burden" when you discover she has mental health issues. I really really hope you didn't mean that to sound the way it does. Because if you did, you are a HUGE a#$hole.


If you don't disclose your mental health issues to a long-term partner, you're a terrible person. If you don't disclose them until after the wedding, you are an asshole of almost inconceivable magnitude. That level of deceit is completely inexcusable.

That said, a person who does that is not a burden. One carries a burden. Once found out, a person like that is a memory.
2014-01-15 10:41:50 AM
1 votes:

Mentalpatient87: pkellmey: Consequences aren't necessarily a bad thing.

Just admit it, you want to watch people suffer. You're a sadist without a whip. A hastily built facade of Morality only serves to make you look like a sociopath AND a busybody.


This. Why should people that decided they can't stand to be together have to listen to some useless fellow in a poncy wig telling them they should, because *reasons*
2014-01-15 10:39:40 AM
1 votes:
Shame can be good when someone's done a bad thing. But divorce? Are we gonna start covering our women too? Maybe a little pillory in the public square?
2014-01-15 10:35:05 AM
1 votes:
Done in one.  Last one out get the lights.
2014-01-15 10:25:15 AM
1 votes:
ITT: Paragons of marital bliss
2014-01-15 10:22:20 AM
1 votes:

Theaetetus: Ironic, considering that their state religion was founded on the concept of divorce.


Like rain on your wedding day?
2014-01-15 10:20:47 AM
1 votes:
I am in favor of divorce courts adopting a public shaming approach to marital split ups complete with heated lectures from the judges, wildly argued cases by the marital partners and closing remarks to rival that of Al Pacino's opening remarks in "And Justice For All".  Tape them, edit them and run them through syndication and you'll have rating numbers that will turn Judge Judy into a blubbering mass of tears.
2014-01-15 10:18:44 AM
1 votes:
Can we please give the Tories and Repubitards their own country - maybe call it "Derptopia" - and just GET FARKING RID OF THEM!

I know the Conservative MPs aren't yet displaying even a shadow of the derpitude their big brothers in the GOP have, but I think they aspire to it. Out with them all! They clearly hate living in civilization anyway.
2014-01-15 10:16:34 AM
1 votes:
"For the sake of the country, we need to be judgmental. Besides, there are plenty of people who never cease to be judgmental about members of parliament."

That's because their lives are affected by the decisions you make, and they're prefer those decisions to not be farking stupid.
2014-01-15 10:13:22 AM
1 votes:
When one person totally sabotages the relationship and contributes way less than the other person, why should there be no difference in equity at the separation?
2014-01-15 10:11:35 AM
1 votes:
Christ.  They're like Republicans, but whinier.
2014-01-15 10:11:22 AM
1 votes:

Sybarite: This brave MP defending the social importance of committed relationships was the same one vigorously opposing the marriage equality bill earlier this year.


Sanctity, man. SANCTITY.

/never forget
 
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