By pregz - 25/04/2013 00:18 - United States - Vancouver
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What an ass! If you choose not to leave him for this, and I would be seriously considering it if I were in your shoes, always have a set of keys so that if he pulls this kind of stunt again you can just go on home yourself. If you are at a party or something, make sure one of you parks in such a manner that you can't be blocked in. If either of these things are impossible make sure you have cash for a cab.
22, 30, and 35 they were talking about leaving the husband at the store. Perhaps you three and everyone who down voted should have read the whole comment, you would have seen that they meant for OP to go home and make the husband walk back. I absolutely agree, she should have been sure she had the keys to leave his dumb ass in the store.
Making her chase him through the store while she was in so much pain she could barely stand would be a divorcable offense in my eyes. A man doesn't have to behave perfectly at all times for me to stay with him but there are certain minimums that he can never go under and doing anything other than taking me home/to a doctor or enabling me to do so while I'm in pain is the absolute minimum I'd accept. Anything less is unacceptable and the only reason I'd stay is because I'd be concerned with what someone so immature would do if left alone with an infant.
Wow, I retract my first statement defending #18s comment! I would not leave my fiancé for being immature, I'd call a cab, his parents, or someone to pick me up. I apologize to the other commenters, I was hoping this original statement had common sense but clearly not. I'd have left his ass at the store, and I wouldn't have said anything to him. He'd be there acting like a goober not knowing I'd gone home. But divorcing him over this is ridiculous.