Call the fuzz

By elizabeth - 29/11/2012 08:01 - United States - Las Vegas

Today, I came home to my mother-in-law wearing the gold chain which I usually keep in a hidden drawer. I searched my drawer only to find out my chain was missing. I asked my mother-in-law if she took it and she keeps denying the fact that she stole it from me. My husband is on her side. FML
I agree, your life sucks 30 627
You deserved it 1 848

Same thing different taste

Top comments

Shows where your husbands loyalties lie.. Banish him to couch land until he takes your side.


garrett8614 2

I'm going to have to agree with you on this one.

Lindahhxd 7

If she has a cat, steal it and say its yours!

If you say "gullible" really slowly it sounds like "oranges"

If you say silverhelm really slowly it sounds like floccinaucinihilipilification.

Lindahhxd 7

It's obvious what was stolen, just like her necklace. :)

perdix 29

Repossessing what is rightfully yours is not stealing.

superguppy19 3

It says guilable on the ceiling lol

82 ha jokes on you, I purposely wrote gullible on the ceiling in my bedroom just for situations like this!

#45 - If she steals necklaces, she probably doesn't have "her own office, or...or one of those things!"

unknown_user5566 26

I feel like this could be an episode of Everybody Loves Raymond.

unknown_user5566 26

10- Haha no. I could just see Marie stealing Debra's necklace, and then Ray copping out when asked to take sides. I think it's a funny show, actually. Not bust-your-gut-laughing funny, but it's humorous.

Reeserr 3

Wow just cause she stole a chain and Raymond is black. That's racist...

unknown_user5566 26

I feel extremely lucky to have a Mother-In-Law who isn't batshit crazy.

#9 That's what she wants you to think and before you know it, she is wearing your jewelry and spitting in your food.

iTsbSkuLLy 8

Something like a ... Monster-in-law probably?

SLKBlack96 5

Mother in law----rearrange the letters---woman hitler

My mother in law is brilliant. I'm well lucky!

Doc's comment and picture make quite an ominous warning.

I can barley stand my grandma on my mom's side who lives with my mom and dad back home. After 11 years of it I was so happy to go off to college without her. I love the women, but I have no idea how my dad deals with it, he can't stand her more than me!

Shows where your husbands loyalties lie.. Banish him to couch land until he takes your side.

Now I ain't sayin' she's a gold-digger...

You mean no sex? Isn't she then also punishing herself?

a_lenzmeier 11

#43- No, he means she can use him as her **** doll, but then lock him out of the bedroom.

SenselessPattern 12

Anyone mentions a hint of sexism and you appear, DjeePee.

No, don't cut off the sex, give him more! And by that I mean tell him you'll start doing anal if he gets the chain back ;)

Maybe your husband is the one that's the thief and gave it to his mom as a gift or something?

Every time I hear the word "plausible", I think of Mythbusters.

Epikouros 31

Everytime I hear the phrase "blunt force trauma", I think of DocBastard.

22- more like I imagine that one episode of csi: las Vegas where the coroner sings the C.o.d. "blunt force trauma to the back of the heeeeaaaad! There was maaaajor hemmoraging in the occipital looooobe!....."

mariah_1_11 22

The plot thickens... Dun dun duuun.

Why is 60 getting thumbed down?:S it may b odd that that what came to his head.. But it's a pretty catchy tune that totally fits this FML

I was gonna comment but I'm actually still in shock at the shit I just read on the autism threads... thanks nnope.

I created a paradox. Uh oh. Quick, I'm going to jump back in time to shoot myself so I don't create a paradox!

She didn't steal it! Your dog was looking for the mistresses panties, but found your chain instead, and gave it to your husband, who THEN gave it to your mother-in-law. He was getting back at you for the penny-jar shaking.

jmayes414 5

I guess nobody got the puppy penny jar FML reference. Oh well.

AliceLockehart 18

Sounds very frustrating. Do you have a photo of you wearing it as proof or something?

Let's just hope that OP's partner takes her side.

PhishloverA 14

There are men who always take the women's side, or their wife's side no matter how wrong the woman or wife is. It's quite sexist but true

lelo007 11

I don't see where this is sexist in any way.

OH, I understand now. I don't think it's sexist, but certainly stupid.

Sexism is pejorative as a term, so if he is always taking her side it's not sexism, as sexism deals with devaluating or discriminating against. "Biased" would be more suitable.

lelo007 11

I don't know about him being biased. It sounds like he's scared of making his mom mad at him. Like one other commenter said, it sounds like a scenario that could have played out on "Everybody Loves Raymond". Off of the topic- Does the punctuation in that last sentence go inside or outside the quotation marks? That always confuses me about titles.

But OP is a girl and her husband's wife, unless her husband is oedipal.

Rosie_Posie43 12

Well damn, the man chose mommy over sex. True mommas boy you got there OP