By elizabeth - 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
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  kyleekay  |  25

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.

  sens3sfailing  |  24

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!

  gc327072  |  29

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!....."

By  ManInTheMachine  |  19

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.

  Pleonasm  |  34

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.