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2022-01-19 10:15:34 AM  
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2022-01-19 10:50:37 AM  
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2022-01-19 11:36:47 AM  
Remember guys; don't put it in crazy.
Thus end the lesson.
 
2022-01-19 11:37:23 AM  
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2022-01-19 11:39:23 AM  

Elliot8654: Remember guys; don't put it in crazy.
Thus end the lesson.


At least not under your real name and contact info.
 
2022-01-19 11:40:14 AM  
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2022-01-19 11:40:37 AM  
Too crazy, lack of hot.
 
2022-01-19 11:43:03 AM  
 
2022-01-19 11:43:32 AM  
Ok, we see her, can we see him now, see if he is worth all this drama?
 
2022-01-19 11:44:48 AM  
Frankly, 2 years in a UK pen, MAXIMUM, I'd catch her outside with a car. Bad things happen to European pedestrians.
/don't stick your dick in crazy.
 
2022-01-19 11:46:26 AM  
I guess no one told him not to stick his dick in

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2022-01-19 11:47:09 AM  
Ireland-Ainsworth, who has no previous convictions, claimed she had been suffering from PTSD in her defence.
Jim Smith, defending, said his client was 19 at the time, immature and diagnosed as suffering from "complex" post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


It's called: Being a Psychopathic Knt.
 
2022-01-19 11:48:11 AM  
I used to work as a paperboy, so I am really getting a kick out of these responses.
 
2022-01-19 11:48:47 AM  
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2022-01-19 11:50:41 AM  
An innocent man who lost his job and was arrested six times after his ex fed the police a web of lies said he felt he would be "better off dead".
Wouldn't he'd been better off feeling she'd be better off dead?
 
2022-01-19 11:52:51 AM  
Why didn't she just try to link him with Andrew? That would have sent him to the gallows.

/makes ya wonder
 
2022-01-19 11:52:51 AM  

GalFisk: An innocent man who lost his job and was arrested six times after his ex fed the police a web of lies said he felt he would be "better off dead".
Wouldn't he'd been better off feeling she'd be better off dead?


Yeah, but he can't say that openly, lest the courts use it against him.
 
2022-01-19 11:54:11 AM  
I guess now anyone can stalk her and she won't be believed.

Sure, she made some mistakes. But I bet if someone were to lover her completely, and was persistent enough, they could help her change, and they'd be happy together for all eternity. She just needs to give the right guy a chance. Maybe a guy who hasn't had much luck with relationships in the past because, all along, destiny meant for him to end up with this one and only woman.
 
2022-01-19 11:54:27 AM  
I read this last week and mentioned it to my wife over the weekend.  Her Weeners was "Well, he must have done something awful to her to drive her to that."

// Not the response I expected from her.  I'm a little bit worried at that.
 
2022-01-19 11:55:31 AM  

GalFisk: An innocent man who lost his job and was arrested six times after his ex fed the police a web of lies said he felt he would be "better off dead".
Wouldn't he'd been better off feeling she'd be better off dead?


Calvin said it first.
 
2022-01-19 11:55:37 AM  
Somebody have the crazy/hot graph.  Not even the photo taken from 12 feet away, at a weird angle while her face has been done up with an 8" taping knife can move her plot to a reasonable area of said graph. Mental Illness my ass, she had the wherewithal to do this and to attempt to evade detection, within the limited scope of her understanding of the world around her.  I went through something like this during my divorce. Ex stole my phone and texted herself all sorts of crap in my name and presented it as evidence.  When we attempted to present the Google location history, texts from my phone to ostensible friends of hers crowing about it and the video of me paying the ransom for my phone back - the judge said she didn't want to see things get bogged down in technicalities and even alluded to my MCSE as some sort of proof that I probably had done it to her. I lost my kids over that shiat and they are farked up now.  This is why I deny women my essence.
 
2022-01-19 11:59:05 AM  

EasilyDistracted: I read this last week and mentioned it to my wife over the weekend.  Her Weeners was "Well, he must have done something awful to her to drive her to that."

// Not the response I expected from her.  I'm a little bit worried at that.


Um....you should be a little more than worried.  If you do not have a lawyer on retainer, I suggest at least looking into that.  Because her response is a little farked up.  Unless your sarcasm meter is broken.
 
2022-01-19 12:00:28 PM  
He must have had an above averaged sized bank account
 
2022-01-19 12:07:00 PM  
When your ex, has that CRAZY look.
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2022-01-19 12:14:12 PM  
An innocent man who lost his job and was arrested six times after his ex fed the police a web of lies said he felt he would be "better off dead".  Lewis Jolly, spent 81 hours in police custody and even had his home raided by cops, after his ex girlfriend of two years claimed he was sending her "vile threats".  During her campaign, innocent Lewis was charged with assault and stalking, hit with a stalking protection order, bailed on a home curfew with an electronic tag, and even lost his job as a result repeatedly getting arrested.

And what consequences is she facing?

Ireland-Ainsworth, who has no previous convictions, claimed she had been suffering from PTSD in her defence. Jim Smith, defending, said his client was 19 at the time, immature and diagnosed as suffering from "complex" post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  He said a psychiatrist found her offending could be "partly understood" in the context of her mental health problems and difficulty in "managing intimate personal relationships".

Since there is no mention of her conviction, I can only assume she's gotten of scot-free by reason of "poor little darling".
 
2022-01-19 12:15:05 PM  
Nice headline, subby :)
 
2022-01-19 12:15:51 PM  

Cubs300: EasilyDistracted: I read this last week and mentioned it to my wife over the weekend.  Her Weeners was "Well, he must have done something awful to her to drive her to that."

// Not the response I expected from her.  I'm a little bit worried at that.

Um....you should be a little more than worried.  If you do not have a lawyer on retainer, I suggest at least looking into that.  Because her response is a little farked up.  Unless your sarcasm meter is broken.


I'm more worried that Fark changed the word "response" to Weeners.  :)
 
2022-01-19 12:23:29 PM  
I'm reading her name as "Ain't-Worth-it".
/strangely, I am more worried about the present boyfriend.
 
2022-01-19 12:23:31 PM  

EasilyDistracted: Cubs300: EasilyDistracted: I read this last week and mentioned it to my wife over the weekend.  Her Weeners was "Well, he must have done something awful to her to drive her to that."

// Not the response I expected from her.  I'm a little bit worried at that.

Um....you should be a little more than worried.  If you do not have a lawyer on retainer, I suggest at least looking into that.  Because her response is a little farked up.  Unless your sarcasm meter is broken.

I'm more worried that Fark changed the word "response" to Weeners.  :)


suuuure, blame Fark.

Time to have a talk with the wife, I think, if there are unknown weeners in play.
 
2022-01-19 12:24:03 PM  
so.. we're going with the assumption that this happened?  because it sounds, idk, a little bit entirely stupid and painfully fake.
 
2022-01-19 12:27:20 PM  

p51d007: When your ex, has that CRAZY look.[Fark user image 348x337]


Getting a little bit of a Cersei Lannister vibe off of that.
 
2022-01-19 12:33:23 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: An innocent man who lost his job and was arrested six times after his ex fed the police a web of lies said he felt he would be "better off dead".  Lewis Jolly, spent 81 hours in police custody and even had his home raided by cops, after his ex girlfriend of two years claimed he was sending her "vile threats".  During her campaign, innocent Lewis was charged with assault and stalking, hit with a stalking protection order, bailed on a home curfew with an electronic tag, and even lost his job as a result repeatedly getting arrested.

And what consequences is she facing?

Ireland-Ainsworth, who has no previous convictions, claimed she had been suffering from PTSD in her defence. Jim Smith, defending, said his client was 19 at the time, immature and diagnosed as suffering from "complex" post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  He said a psychiatrist found her offending could be "partly understood" in the context of her mental health problems and difficulty in "managing intimate personal relationships".

Since there is no mention of her conviction, I can only assume she's gotten of scot-free by reason of "poor little darling".


Another article says she got 10 months custody (not clear if that's in addition to time served or she's getting credit) and 10 years probation. Judge totally swallowed her PTSD story. No mention of restitution. Hope the guy sues the living piss out of her.
 
2022-01-19 12:38:37 PM  
This diagnosis of extreme PTSD is brought to to by the makers Diazepam and Prozac.
'When you're biatch be crazy we make her hazy'
 
2022-01-19 12:42:41 PM  

Tyrosine: Benevolent Misanthrope: An innocent man who lost his job and was arrested six times after his ex fed the police a web of lies said he felt he would be "better off dead".  Lewis Jolly, spent 81 hours in police custody and even had his home raided by cops, after his ex girlfriend of two years claimed he was sending her "vile threats".  During her campaign, innocent Lewis was charged with assault and stalking, hit with a stalking protection order, bailed on a home curfew with an electronic tag, and even lost his job as a result repeatedly getting arrested.

And what consequences is she facing?

Ireland-Ainsworth, who has no previous convictions, claimed she had been suffering from PTSD in her defence. Jim Smith, defending, said his client was 19 at the time, immature and diagnosed as suffering from "complex" post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  He said a psychiatrist found her offending could be "partly understood" in the context of her mental health problems and difficulty in "managing intimate personal relationships".

Since there is no mention of her conviction, I can only assume she's gotten of scot-free by reason of "poor little darling".

Another article says she got 10 months custody (not clear if that's in addition to time served or she's getting credit) and 10 years probation. Judge totally swallowed her PTSD story. No mention of restitution. Hope the guy sues the living piss out of her.


Not familiar with the UK system, but in the US the civil suit would be upcoming and hopefully devastating.
 
2022-01-19 12:50:12 PM  

jokerscrowbar: This diagnosis of extreme PTSD is brought to to by the makers Diazepam and Prozac.
'When you're biatch be crazy we make her hazy'


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With the Fark fun filter and AutoCorrupt™ It's getting to be every post is garbled nonsense.

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2022-01-19 12:52:37 PM  

kbronsito: I guess now anyone can stalk her and she won't be believed.

Sure, she made some mistakes. But I bet if someone were to lover her completely, and was persistent enough, they could help her change, and they'd be happy together for all eternity. She just needs to give the right guy a chance. Maybe a guy who hasn't had much luck with relationships in the past because, all along, destiny meant for him to end up with this one and only woman.


You're parked outside of her apartment, yes you are
 
2022-01-19 12:55:22 PM  
I'd hit it
 
2022-01-19 1:17:32 PM  

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2022-01-19 1:26:19 PM  

EasilyDistracted: I read this last week and mentioned it to my wife over the weekend.  Her Weeners was "Well, he must have done something awful to her to drive her to that."

// Not the response I expected from her.  I'm a little bit worried at that.


Firsttime.gif?

I've got an uncle who's persona non grata with most of the family because his ex wife always plays the "I'm a mom" card. The highlight reel includes defrauding a terminally ill family member, moving out of the country in the middle of a shift with him working, and lying about when the marriage ended, so as to call him a cheater.

/fark narcissists.
//fark them in their farking eye holes.
//farking fark them.
 
2022-01-19 1:45:22 PM  
SirMadness:
/fark narcissists.
//fark them in their farking eye holes.
//farking fark them.



Are you not paying attention? The lesson here is to notfark them.
 
2022-01-19 2:26:36 PM  

Elliot8654: Remember guys; don't put it in crazy.
Thus end the lesson.


Also: She's single now.
 
2022-01-19 3:37:07 PM  
He's not so jolly now, is he?
 
2022-01-19 4:05:57 PM  

Shocktopus: SirMadness:
/fark narcissists.
//fark them in their farking eye holes.
//farking fark them.


Are you not paying attention? The lesson here is to notfark them.


depends on with what
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2022-01-19 4:20:09 PM  
Every day I find another reason to thank God I'm gay.
 
2022-01-19 7:04:36 PM  
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/Obscure?
 
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