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By furious at five in the morning - / Monday 2 July 2012 12:36 / United States - Mount Vernon
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By  RedPillSucks  |  30

Hubby: Bless me wifey, for I have sinned... OP: You are forgiven, my hubby. Now go forth and sin no more... Hubby: What!? Hell no!!!! OP: Ok boys, hold him down and shave his head. If he doesn't repent, then continue with the pubes.

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  tobedd  |  13

If your live-in boyfriend or husband is gonna go get wasted and stay out the whole night, then I agree they need permission. You'll be home up all night worrying.

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  DjeePee  |  24

Well, you can always go out without your partner's blessing, but I think it's just a simple sign of respect to ask if (s)he is okay with it. You never know, maybe (s)he planned something for that moment. Also, it shows that you care about his/her opinion.

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  OfficeNinja  |  5

Naturally. Take it from me - ALWAYS get the all clear from the wife. That way, whatever happens and however drunk you return home - she said it was OK and therefore can't bitch (but she will anyway).

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  CptZoe  |  10

If my partner asks to go out I get kind of annoyed. He is a person too, he can make his own plans with his own friends! If he didn't tell me, I'd be annoyed, not if he didn't ask...

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  rhaemese  |  9

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By  RedPillSucks  |  30

Hubby: Bless me wifey, for I have sinned... OP: You are forgiven, my hubby. Now go forth and sin no more... Hubby: What!? Hell no!!!! OP: Ok boys, hold him down and shave his head. If he doesn't repent, then continue with the pubes.

By  dav3800  |  7

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  boating_guy  |  33

I'm with 25, FUCK YOU to joke about cancer dude. My father had it, and luckily survived. My childhood friend's mom had it, and survived but she almost has no voice now. And another close childhood friend of mine's father had it, and he died when we were 10. I hope you burn in hell 6, there's NEVER a time or place to joke about such a thing

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  123man  |  11

Actually, I think the unwritten rule is similar to the N word and black people: You're allowed to joke about it if you have cancer, have survived cancer, or are/have been the caretaker of someone with cancer.

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  DjeePee  |  24

Really? Is this the way how humour works? "You are only allowed make jokes about horrible diseases/muslims/black people/mentally or physically challenged people/(non-)religious people...if you are/know one of them!" and "You can't make jokes about anything that's painful in life!" You all realize that jokes are meant to deal with the bitch sides of life, right? Edit: and ofcourse wishing someone to 'burn in hell' is very respectful from your side.

By  Deannie88  |  6

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  Deannie88  |  6

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  Deannie88  |  6

Ok ignore my comment... -_- I showed my friend this FML site and she goes and makes me look stupid with this comment. I'm a married woman with a 3 year old. I don't have time to go out much but yet I still ask my husband if I want to go out. You're absolutely right. First commenter. I don't remember your number. Sorry. And some of you may think I'm stupid for letting her play with this site but I don't care for what people say on here. I just read the FML's, laugh and get off. That is all.

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  CptZoe  |  10

#9 I totally agree. I feel kinda sorry for all these peoples partners... Having to get permission :S I think that shows a lot of bad things about your relationships.

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  MsBHaven  |  8

#12 Is obviously playing the role of the wife not giving permission for the husband to buy an Xbox. Don't worry #12, someone understands your random, non-random comment :)

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