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It could be worse. Imagine if they were running around knocking things down or summoning a demon named Randy and laughing manically.

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I don't get why the man always has to be the one to leave the house. I'm not being sexist or anything, but just wondering.

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#3 Maybe because he did something wrong or the wife is abusive/doesn't want him or the kids around? Not hard to figure out..

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#3, men are definitely not always the one to leave the house -- and this was stated as for the weekend, not permanently. Quite frequently it's whoever wants out who goes, or sometimes whoever has somewhere else to go immediately. It's often easier to leave than to try to kick someone else out of a place.

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I feel like it would've been easier for the wife to just leave the house and let everyone else stay at home.

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it's not always the man. when my sister and her husband separated, he basically kicked her (and their six month old) out. they eventually reconciled, and even had another kid, but still, at the time, she was the one forced to leave (and the initial separation was both their faults, not just hers).

It could be worse. Imagine if they were running around knocking things down or summoning a demon named Randy and laughing manically.

At the end of the day, it's your house. You probably shouldn't kick 4 kids out onto the street but you can put in place some rules for them. Google "polite spine".

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