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(Daily Mail)   "I gave my husband a kidney, then he dumped me... now I want it back"   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 78
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2014-01-27 12:53:42 AM  

mjjt: We had this debate a few years ago when a guy paid for his GF's boob-job then demanded them back when she split

hilarity and contempt ensued


She's got a nice rack now, why stick around with a loser like him?
 
2014-01-27 01:00:05 AM  

maddog2030: Huh, I thought this was a Carlos Mencia story.


Did Cosby get a kidney or something?
 
2014-01-27 01:27:09 AM  

EdgeRunner: Well lady, there's no legal way to get it back, but maybe you can make him want to get rid of it. Kill yourself and then haunt the kidney till he begs to have it removed. Trust me, if you try this idea, you'll have no more troubles.


I laughed way too hard at the thought of a haunted kidney.
 
2014-01-27 04:50:33 AM  
 
2014-01-27 05:02:42 AM  
What a shiatty person you are. No wonder he left you.
 
2014-01-27 05:13:56 AM  
To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.
 
2014-01-27 05:22:04 AM  

sjcousins: To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.


FTA: "I hate him. If I could, then I would take it back and give it to someone else."

No, she's not actively  trying to get it back, but only because she knows that's impossible. She would if she could.
 
2014-01-27 05:35:24 AM  

Fafai: sjcousins: To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.

FTA: "I hate him. If I could, then I would take it back and give it to someone else."

No, she's not actively  trying to get it back, but only because she knows that's impossible. She would if she could.


So? She hates him for leaving and regrets giving him one of her kidneys. I'd say that response is pretty normal.
 
2014-01-27 05:55:51 AM  
Who the hell dumps someone who donated a vital organ to save his life?

I think he should be forced to pay her the market value of the kidney.
 
2014-01-27 06:16:00 AM  

Nogale: Who the hell dumps someone who donated a vital organ to save his life?

I think he should be forced to pay her the market value of the kidney.


A person who is tired of putting up with that person's shiat.
 
2014-01-27 07:05:28 AM  
Looks like she has had quite a few kidneys already.
 
2014-01-27 07:17:55 AM  
I gave my love a kidney, that had no stone
Now my love is giving, some other the bone

/very sorry
 
2014-01-27 07:59:10 AM  

sjcousins: Fafai: sjcousins: To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.

FTA: "I hate him. If I could, then I would take it back and give it to someone else."

No, she's not actively  trying to get it back, but only because she knows that's impossible. She would if she could.

So? She hates him for leaving and regrets giving him one of her kidneys. I'd say that response is pretty normal.


If she's just talking out of some pain after the fact, I'll buy that. But if this is really the idea she has about things at her core, it's like she thinks she should own his life after the operation, and thus, possibly before as well. Given the accusations of infidelity with no evidence or real story there, some major possessiveness is likely afoot. Abuse sometimes comes with that, as another poster speculated. So to call it understandable? I'll say maybe.

/if she's the stalker type, having a piece of her inside you has got to be terrifying
 
2014-01-27 08:19:51 AM  

Vector R: He moved his belongings out of their marital home one evening while she was working a night shift at Tesco.
He also took the TV and stereo before posting the keys through the letterbox without a note or letter, she claims.

Diiiiiiick.


Article doesn't mention if he washed the dishes before dumping her, so I reserve judgement.
 
2014-01-27 08:41:27 AM  

ladyfortuna: [img.fark.net image 592x572]


Exactly... She should just be thankful that she wasn't thrown out of a window, becoming paralyzed, then crashing on some weird-ass island with a bunch of other freaks, then dying and having her corpse taken over by a smoke-monster!
 
2014-01-27 09:06:20 AM  

Fafai: sjcousins: Fafai: sjcousins: To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.

FTA: "I hate him. If I could, then I would take it back and give it to someone else."

No, she's not actively  trying to get it back, but only because she knows that's impossible. She would if she could.

So? She hates him for leaving and regrets giving him one of her kidneys. I'd say that response is pretty normal.

If she's just talking out of some pain after the fact, I'll buy that. But if this is really the idea she has about things at her core, it's like she thinks she should own his life after the operation, and thus, possibly before as well. Given the accusations of infidelity with no evidence or real story there, some major possessiveness is likely afoot. Abuse sometimes comes with that, as another poster speculated. So to call it understandable? I'll say maybe.

/if she's the stalker type, having a piece of her inside you has got to be terrifying


Which is exactly half of the reason why I would never take an organ from my wife, the other being that I wouldn't want to compromise her health.  I can't imagine being in an intimate relationship with someone who gave me an organ.


"Well I prefer the earth tones for the drapes"
"I gave you a kidney"
"Hot pink it is."
 
2014-01-27 09:13:13 AM  

sjcousins: To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.


Promptly=4 years later?

(Words. They mean things.)
 
2014-01-27 10:18:01 AM  
He probably got tired of her lording the farking kidney over him all the time.
 
2014-01-27 10:22:24 AM  

ongbok: TOSViolation: I think I know why he might have left.

Her, "I gave you my kidney, and you won't even do the dishes?"
Her, "I gave you my kidney! The least you could do is go watch with me!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, and you didn't even bring me flowers today!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, and you won't even give me the remote!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, so you should give me some jewelry!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, so...hello? Where did you go?"

This.

I can totally see this going down. Some women, if they even do the smallest thing for their man, will make them remember it and try to use it to guilt them for as long as they can. Now imagine if she is that type of woman, and she just gave him a kidney that saved his life. She would think and act like she owned him.




YUP^^^^^^^^ I'm sure that was part of what was going on. It takes two to make a terrible marriage. He doesn't look like he was Mr. Universe, either.
 
2014-01-27 11:38:22 AM  

ongbok: TOSViolation: I think I know why he might have left.

Her, "I gave you my kidney, and you won't even do the dishes?"
Her, "I gave you my kidney! The least you could do is go watch with me!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, and you didn't even bring me flowers today!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, and you won't even give me the remote!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, so you should give me some jewelry!"
Her, "I gave you my kidney, so...hello? Where did you go?"

This.

I can totally see this going down. Some women, if they even do the smallest thing for their man, will make them remember it and try to use it to guilt them for as long as they can. Now imagine if she is that type of woman, and she just gave him a kidney that saved his life. She would think and act like she owned him.


It's the corollary to "that one time you did that one bad thing (real or imagined) and now I get to use it in every argument until the end of time."

there are a lot of people that need to learn to let things go. In her case it's a kidney.
 
2014-01-27 11:43:06 AM  

sjcousins: Fafai: sjcousins: To be fair she isn't actually trying to get her kidney back, despite what the headline says. She regrets donating it to her husband who promptly left her, which is perfectly understandable.

FTA: "I hate him. If I could, then I would take it back and give it to someone else."

No, she's not actively  trying to get it back, but only because she knows that's impossible. She would if she could.

So? She hates him for leaving and regrets giving him one of her kidneys. I'd say that response is pretty normal.



not really.  him leaving was a possibility when she gave him the kidney.  presumably she gave it to him because she didn't want him to die.  Mission accomplished.  In hindsight there are lots of things in my life i would have done differently but at the time they seemed to be the best choices.  If i spent all my time worrying about what might of been i'd probably end up fat, alone and possibly the focus of an article in the The Mail. Who wants that?
 
2014-01-27 01:21:07 PM  
What organ recovery might look like

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aclS1pGHp8o
 
2014-01-27 01:29:14 PM  
buuuut i gaaaave you a kidneeeeey!!!!! bwaaaaaaa
 
2014-01-27 03:35:08 PM  
The "if you love something, let it free" applies to kidneys.
 
2014-01-27 05:47:09 PM  
That's one hardcore Indian giver.
 
2014-01-27 07:51:02 PM  
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Plus:

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Plus:

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And viola, you got your kidney back! And you wouldn't even have to worry about an apologetic note at this point.
 
2014-01-28 03:26:39 AM  
Y'know, I agree one should not lord a donated organ over the recipient. That said, there are a lot of Farkers in here willing to instantly believe the worst of her, and being extremely rude about it along the way.


 

Loren: I know someone who left his wife when she had a cancer diagnosis. Diiiick?? No--she had had it before, it was knocked into remission for 6 years. During that time she kept playing on her medical issues to be lazy. That removed any hope of things improving, he left.


... cancer treatment can cause all kinds of medical issues. 'Playing on'. Sure. Frankly I consider my mom's ability to get the fark out of BED as worthy of superstar status when hers came back. The two days she didn't wake up before me were the two worst after the initial diagnosis/treatment. The second time, she went into a coma and passed away a couple of days later.

But yeah, cancer/treatment issues... just make you lazy.
 
2014-01-28 04:59:16 AM  

ladyfortuna: and being extremely rude about it along the way


Quick, someone call the tone police, there's people being rude in here.
 
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