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umm, "I found out that the money that my WIFE" ??? But you know people always use the word wife for a code for something else

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Who said she doesn't work and have a supply too? She told him she spent some money on the car, not that she used her allowance for it. This isn't the 1950s.

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5- it didn't say that op was giving his wife money. It basically just said she lied about where the money was going to.

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@13 because a time in the not so distant past women were thought to be the weaker sex and thought incapable of the level of thought achieved by men. That falsehood has continued into modern times.

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I think you missed the point.. she isn't actually dealing with a garage. she is dealing with a divorce lawyer. she lied about the car being fixed

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His point is that since OP didn't find this odd in the first place, she is the kind of woman who isn't afraid to take her own car in. Some women wouldn't be caught dead doing that. But, its not a good reason to save a marriage.

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Thank you 39, I keep forgetting that this is a site where people come for serious comfort and therapy. Sometimes I try to say things to get a laugh. Frankly the hiding of marital assets will be an excellent boon to his argument in divorce court.

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How do you know it's actually broke and not another lie? Or it could have been cosmetic damage she was going to fix which would have nothing to do with the ability to drive said car.

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So, rather than suggesting communication, or any attempt to do something remotely logical, you suggest this? GTFO. 0/10 if trolling.

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@11 Sue for what, wanting a divorce?! She lied but I don't think that's something you can sue for, unless maybe if it's a threat to your life or someone else's. I'm not lawyer so I wouldn't know.

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