Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Yeah, that's crossed my mind more than once... I really hope I don't have a parasite, I can't even deal with insects in my house, let alone my intestines.
This may sound drastic but you need to trust me here...
If you're smart, you'll bail right now. Not only is that response ice cold, it is just mean. The fact that she "didn't understand why you were upset" shows that she plays a very cruel game. Just bail.
i will gladly donate 20 lbs to your cause.
hey now, dont waste a perfectly good sunday, worrying about monday.
There are approximately 250 posts in this thread consisting of Neo bitching about Mondays.
Hey Eason, is this the same girl you had a lot of shit with a couple of months ago? Or a new gf?
you read them all? or that is the amount of monday that have happened since the op?
If you do what I do, you'd understand why I don't look forward to Mondays.
i would think, a person of your social status, is rarely even aware of what day of the week it happens to be. money is like water, is it not?
Water and money, both vital to life, both prone to evaporation, and both largely controlled by a suspiciously small percentage of the population worldwide.
Interesting idea, stitchela.
jeez.... the wife and I get into an argument and she announces she doesn't want to go to the concert tonight an hour before the fucking thing starts.
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it was a stupid argument where she asked me to do a bunch of things (park the car, walk the dog, don't forget to bring something from the car, ect, ect) while she gets ready for the concert. So when I get back she asks: "did you do so-and-so?" I answer: Yup I did everything. She then proceeds to ask again if I did things individually: "did you remember to park the car?" I answer: I said I did everything. She asks: did you remember to bring the thing from the car?" She starts to ask if I walked the dog and I snap and say "what do you think does I did everything mean?!" From there it was typical spousal argument fodder until her big dramatic announcement of her not going. this time though I'm not going to be a good guy and do a customary "the man/husband is always wrong" apology. I'll let her deal with her issues by her lonesome.
honestly I'm ok with not going to the concert (since tomorrow is a monday and we had such a loaded weekend up to this point). Plus its not like I won't be entertained tonight since the Pats and Ravens are playing.
I think we were both tired from all the stuff this weekend we both got extra crabby.
I ended up standing on my street and asking random people if they wanted free tickets to the Metric Concert. A european couple ended up taking them.
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I also know this little outburst is a typical pattern where she gets mad/crabby right before a big trip. Especially if she's not coming with me. I'm leaving this Friday to that haphazardly forced family reunion created by my sister. I'll only be gone for a little over a week, and the wife knows the hell/stress my own family put me through up to this point. The other annoying pattern is she'll be extra apologetic and caring the days before the flight as a way of making things up to me.
sorry for the epic rant. meh on a whole the weekend was great.
You just gave away Metric tickets? smh..
it was surprisingly hard to do since it was a little over an hour before the start of the concert. I was actually contemplating just going by myself - but I'd rather just stay home and watch the Pats Ravens game then deal with the fallout of doing that.
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