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By anonymous / Monday 8 March 2010 15:12 / United States
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  deliciouscake  |  3

today, I told my wife not to go out for equipment, but she went anyway and was "grounded" by my mother. My life is lulzy.

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  FYLDeep  |  25

I'm okay with women leaving the house, provided that have fullfilled their duties in the kitchen.

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  boopityboppity  |  10

Yes, the only FMLs accepted are those written by a reclusive group of ostrich people. That's why the OPs hardly ever comment on their own FMLs, because they're hiding their heads in the sand, knowing that some people will be unnecessarily cruel in the comments.

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  Monikabug  |  9

@185 No, no! Go on, please. Encore! @205 your comments probably keep getting erased because nearly every time you post a comment, you post it twice. The moderators will clean that up.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

#20, I love your pic. Forgive me if I'm asking the obvious but do you live with your mil? I can't even fathom how desperate I'd have to be to do that and I usually get on with my in-laws. If you are over 18 (cross fingers), tell her that you appreciate the support but you are an adult and free to make your iwn decisions no matter how foolish or life-threatening they may be. And as for your husband, tell him that you are his closest family now and he'd jolly well better remember that.

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  Monikabug  |  9

That is awfully judgemental, for someone you do not even know. ._.

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errr... maybe he's just a mommas boy and it has nothing to do with race/religion? mommas boys are the worst... in most cases... is the monster-in-law rather judgemental and nosy?? she prolly won't ever cut the cord from her wittle boyy... blechhh:/ fyl

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  MQ_was_here  |  0

What the hell, TruckMom? Do you even know what you're going on about? A man does not have authority over a woman in Islam and nor is he being un-muslim just because he let's his mom control him and wife. Sheesh, the ignorance. And how do I know that? Because my family is Muslim and the average Muslim is moderate. But then again your ethnicity reflects your religion and Muslims of Pakistan/India are very moderate/liberal like my family considering we're Pakistani.

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  MQ_was_here  |  0

Yup. Someone Pakistani or Indian since they still use the concept of joint-families where the son and his wife kids live in the same house w/ his parents. I can't think of anything else as to why a wife has to answer to het husband's mother. Not saying all desis are like that, I'm Pakistani and we have that concept in our family. Not all of them but there are quite a few.

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  jdee22  |  2

that's not us... he's Russian and his mother still thinks they're in the old country where the parents have control over their childrens lives... but I sure as hell am not going to put up with it!

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  afatmonkey  |  0

Hey. Rain is dangerous. I went out in the rain once and Jesus appeared to me in a puddle. We looked at each other for a few minutes, and then he said,"Moo." I then opened my mouth to reply, but right before I could say something Bob Marley hit me in the head with a four foot long joint and stole all of my Chuck E. Cheese tokens. Now I always carry around an umbrella.

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  afatmonkey  |  0

No, Micheal Jackson carried around a giant dildo DIGUISED as an umbrella. There's a difference. You know, cause umbrellas don't get shoved up people's asses. (unless they're in a ghetto porno)

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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

Da Bible sayz it will rain fire when u sinnurs stay heer an we leav. Someone said that to me once. Lol. Exactly the way i typed it. OP: That's a marriage that SHOULDN'T work out if things don't change If you stay and let it continue, YDI.

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