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2022-08-16 5:38:16 AM  
what a selfish person
 
2022-08-16 5:38:44 AM  
Isn't it obvious?
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2022-08-16 5:49:00 AM  
Although the saying goes that there's a lid for every pot, I'm one of those women who ought to stay single. Neither lid nor pot, I'm more of a single-function stand-alone appliance, like an espresso maker. A solo act.

A good espresso machine is multifunction and allows you to steam milk and get hot water readily.  You're more like a Keurig: insert a generic article template, push a start button, and out pops generic crap pretending to be clever and unique substance.
 
2022-08-16 9:43:46 AM  

cretinbob: what a selfish person


Selfishness is definitely a bad thing. Probably one reason why divorces are all too common nowadays.
 
2022-08-16 9:58:39 AM  
That's a weird way to word "well at least my ex husband found happiness with someone else after me."
 
2022-08-16 10:37:16 AM  

koder: Although the saying goes that there's a lid for every pot, I'm one of those women who ought to stay single. Neither lid nor pot, I'm more of a single-function stand-alone appliance, like an espresso maker. A solo act.

A good espresso machine is multifunction and allows you to steam milk and get hot water readily.  You're more like a Keurig: insert a generic article template, push a start button, and out pops generic crap pretending to be clever and unique substance.


I was thinking more of an automated banana peeler or something.
 
2022-08-16 10:48:00 AM  
Glad to know you are better as a crazy cat lady.
 
2022-08-16 10:54:10 AM  
The over arching story seemed to be that she and her ex-husband liked each other and didn't really love each other and the marriage was one of convince. And that ending a marriage can be beneficial for both parties of that's the case. On the whole, I would agree and say that's something people should consider.
But the details of the article make it seem like the ex-husband is much happier without her (and everyone around her can see that) so she needed to let everyone know that she's happier too and really the marriage wasn't really her fault and she is actually the good guy in this story for recycling her husband so people should be just as happy (if not more) for her as much as they are for her ex.
 
2022-08-16 11:08:55 AM  

kdawg7736: cretinbob: what a selfish person

Selfishness is definitely a bad thing. Probably one reason why divorces are all too common nowadays.


Among other things
 
2022-08-16 5:19:19 PM  
I don't get the "recycling" schtick.
Sounds more like she let him wander out to the curb on neighborhood giveaway day because she's generally a terrible partner.
 
2022-08-17 2:49:37 AM  

koder: Although the saying goes that there's a lid for every pot, I'm one of those women who ought to stay single. Neither lid nor pot, I'm more of a single-function stand-alone appliance, like an espresso maker. A solo act.

A good espresso machine is multifunction and allows you to steam milk and get hot water readily.  You're more like a Keurig: insert a generic article template, push a start button, and out pops generic crap pretending to be clever and unique substance.


I haven't seen a carpet bombing like that since Laos in '72.
 
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