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By what the actual fuck - / Saturday 11 August 2012 16:38 / United States - Puyallup
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By  kut17

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52, Carebears? I'm no carebear, I just thought it was rude, but now I'm not sure if 6 was actually calling 2 that, or just pointing out was his username meant. 48, oh ok, thanks for clearing that up!

Good thing you left him. You never know, if he would torture you for cheating on him, then something else you do could trigger him into torturing you. FYL

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You're right. I was trying to take a bad situation and maybe put a small smile on a few people's faces. Me=fail But I do know where the OP is coming from. My family has been doing interventions for a year between my grandfather and grandmother. 50+ years of marriage and he still threatens to kill her. And he's not playing around either. We had emergency plans set and ready to go if he made any violent move towards her. Still, most of the time, we are unaware of what is going on when they are alone, and what he does to her. Bruises show up mysteriously on her. Cops can't do anything because she denies everything. It's not a good situation for women to get into relationships where the man is ultra-possessive and violent. Cautionary tale, my dears...don't put yourselves in that position.

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I'm glad you (I'm assuming because of "ex") left him. Some girls flat out deny that they're in an unhealthy relationship. Good job for realizing what he said wasn't appropriate and dumping him(:

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