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Yes, it is, because it is probably a picture of his kissing a dude, but they photoshopped it to look like a girl. Since "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" expired a few days ago, he no longer has to "fix" pictures anymore. Of course, the OP has the problem that her husband kisses dudes. I'm glad to see my country slowly moving to granting full civil rights for all citizens. I'm totally straight, but I know injustice when I see it.
I think she may have said military husband to let us know that she's been lonely and waiting and pining for him while he's overseas, and he apparently hasn't been doing the same. I personally think it's despicable and horrible when anyone cheats, but if it's your military husband, whom you wait and pray for and worry about every day they're away and can't wait for them to be back in your arms, and then find out he's been off cheating, it's worse. Just my opinion.
When you see a picture of a chick with a huge rack, please inspect the rest of the picture. You know, the part that doesn't have her rack in it. Somehow, nobody ever notices that just a little past her chest, her arm/friend's body/doorframe/any vertical structure is hideously bent out of shape. It might not be photoshop though. Her boobs might just be so gargantuan that they can't be contained in this dimension without a warp of space.
Well at least he didn't put on an accent and say it was his twin brother. XD
Your life sucks, no doubt, but you didn't need to say "military"... Don't need to give them all a bad name :-/
But, she doesn't give them all a bad name, does she? I don't get it, there are enough FML's here about military husbands where the word 'military' is also unnecesary, but in those FML's, the husband did something good and nobody is complaining there. On the contrary, there are always many people complimenting them about their bravery. But now it's about a military husband who did something wrong, and now some people want to delete the word 'military' immediately, because 'it gives them a bad name'. Come on guys, soldiers are normal people, they can also do bad things, there is no reason to censure that and only talk about their good deeds.
18, The point is it's weird, random and unnecessary. It has nothing to do with giving them a bad name. You don't hear people posting "Today I found a picture of my taxidermist husband kissing another woman". It's guess it was used as almost a bragging right, and it's awkward sounding.
18, And I don't believe they are normal people either. Yeah they are people and they are capable of the same things we are but they also put their lives on the line for your country. My great grandpa and my boyfriend both can't tell me half the crap they have been through to be able to do that for us. That takes a special person.
yeah, theyre not normal people...lol thats why theres such strict requirements to get into the military, because theyll only take the best of the best. people who are above and beyond the average joe... or just anyone over 18 whos physically and mentally fit and of average intelligence.
um...most of the military people I know drink all the time and smoke "spice" which is illegal for them to do. Not to mention about half of the ones I know end up smoking pot and or other things when they get out if they weren't doing it to begin with. Also, just because they are military does not mean they are off fighting wars. Yes, the "soldiers" do when they need to. However, there are mechanics and desk jobs. I do not classify any of them as "special". They are regular people just doing their jobs for the most part. Doctors aren't "special" to you? Some of them risk getting diseases from patients sometimes, that is risking their lives as well....