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Another stamp on your man card. Why didn't the security guard just pee on it?
"Sorry about that, I meant to high five your face!"
So, I get a call at 0600 this morning from the security guard at my wife's work, it is 5 deg outside, her locks are frozen, she's locked out. So I get dressed, get in my 99 jeep Cherokee that handles like a bowling ball on ice and make the 3 mile trip to her work. I leave her in my now warming up jeep and take her keys, she says "you're not gonna get it unlocked!". But I get out and in less than a min. I have it unlocked, started, and heating up. So feeling like a shining knight I get back into my jeep expecting a hero's reward. She says "WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG TO GET HERE?!!!". I give up.
I've had this EXACT situation with my wife of 19 years. Same this with laundry, or putting away the clothes, or cooking food, or dressing the kids. The first 10 years of marriage I busted my a$$ so that I would look better than my father or her father who never helped out. After years and years of hearing the crap this topic is about, I just stopped trying to help.
It's much easier to hear her sign or moan about how I'm not helping her with those chores, than to put in the effort to do the chores, and see that she doesn't appreciate that I did them and complain. I tried communication, and even went to counseling, but to no avail; women are crazy.
Like posted above, I don't even seek her praise, it's just too much work.
This post was edited by MassiveAttack 15 months ago
I would have given you 10 DV's if I could. its women like you that ruin good things. If a guy wants to come to a pretty much anonymous site to blow off steam about how ridiculous his wife was yesterday then what is the problem with that? I would rather him talk a little smack on a site then actually take it out on her (not saying you would Gfortress) by the way i had my wife read your comments and the thread and she thinks you are a complete moron, she knows I am a big child, but she figured out a way to handle me. Kind of like the level of crazy we can handle for you girls its the level of childishness you can handle.
So just because you are jaded by the actions of your man or EX don't bring you shitty attitude to this great thread. Instead why don't you take your frustrations that fall at the feet of all men and come up with a solution to how terribly the men are handling the duties of ruling the world. we are all waiting for your suggestions.
So you're saying I'm normal? Damnit!
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
"Whoever said the pen is mightier than the sword never encountered automatic weapons".
General Douglas MacArthur
Normal in some ways man. I'm glad that my post with a legitimate question that was answered is still being enjoyed.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
So here's one, I love my wife, actually she's my second wife but I still very much love her. We got a new house 4 years a go, i worked my ass off to get us here. My wife is disabled so I'm carrying the ball but I don't mind, remember I said I loved her. So six months after we moved in, her lazy son and his wife moved out of their house and he was gonna stay with us for 1 month until they found something else. 38 months later and his lazy ass is still here, don't get me wrong, he has a job and gives us a whopping $100 a month, you know for stuff like food ( which he eats like a horig, that's a horse and a pig combined ), water, electricity, and of course lodging. Whenever I mention that he's 40 y/o and really needs to move back with his family, I get the usual, " He's a good kid, he works hard" (never around the house of course ) and lastly, " he's my son and I just want to help him out". and here come the tears. I feel like Archie Bunker. The good news is I've told him Feb. is it. The bad news is my wife isn't happy with me, BUT I was a boat man before I met her ( you guys who fish on Lake Erie know what I mean ) and I can be a boat man again. WOMEN!
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