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By unimpressed bride - / Sunday 22 November 2015 06:10 / United States - Traverse City
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Um, generally the expression "cold feet" means someone had a change of mind. So they likely DID discuss it together and came to an agreement. If anyone was going to "foresee" this sudden change of heart, it would've been the husband, and if he kept quiet and waited till after the marriage to say anything then it is completely his own fucking fault. OP can't read minds: if her husband says he will move in with her, then it only makes sense that she trusted him to be true to his word.

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Not all married couples live together, you don't HAVE to, but its generally a mutual decision that should be made with a lot of communication, which it doesn't sound like this was at all.

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Except many people with animals would choose the cat. Then we'd be seeing this as an FML, "Today, I gave my new husband a choice: me, or his overly anxious cat. He chose the cat. FML."

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Probably not the best idea. However he really does need to get his priorities in check. I mean the cat will eventually calm down after a while but not moving in with your wife because your cat may or may not like change is a little drastic and I feel bad for her.

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Nor would OP necessarily cook dinner. That could be one of the husbands chores when they spent nights together at either of their home. Point being, you just implied-accidentally or not- that a female human is barely superior to a cat because the first can make sandwiches. Dehumanizing much?

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Considering I've heard people say things like that an be completely serious, and reading tone is nigh impossible via plain text, I don't think missing a joke is such a major crime.

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