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By  cjack188  |  13

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  evilplatypus  |  38

53 - Or they could add it to the list of banned comments (such as "first" or "this isn't an FML"), for the sake of those of us who are well and truly sick of this response to each and every rough patch couples run into.


#73, yes! Assuming you realise that #68 was referring to the previous FML, and was saying that a woman lying about birth control to trick the other OP into being parent is divorce-worthy.

  gracehi  |  31

This incident alone probably isn't enough to warrant a divorce, but I can't imagine that a man who speaks about his wife in such a way has any respect for her or treats her well. My ex husband used to tell his friends lies about me too. He'd say that I cheated on him, which I hadn't, so that they'd have sympathy for him and not rat him out about his numerous girlfriends. In the end, though, they saw him for the lying asshole he was and turned their backs on him, and, needless to say, so did I. The behavior of OP's husband is likely a manifestation of a deeper problem in his heart and in their marriage. I think divorce is something OP should consider. She may find that she's much happier without her husband. I also don't doubt that if she does decide to divorce him that she'll be able to find a new husband who treats her better and shows her respect.


Maybe this math is way too hard for him. Once I saw my employee adding 4+8 in google. When I confronted him about it, he said he just wanted to make sure. I lost my faith in humanity.

  SmilieAKD  |  20

#4 may not be far off. With out more info I couldn't say if this was just a stupid & thoughtless comment or a continuation of deeper abuse. For all we know he makes comments like about his wife all the time, maybe even to het face. I find the fact that he would demean her in such a manner concerning. Without more information about how he normally treats her or talks about her to other people I can't really say.

  SkyGuy32  |  17

That ALONE isn't reason for divorce. If that is what OP's husband is normally like, then after a while it could stack up against him.

  RayneSmytson  |  24

The comments someone makes has no relevance to their gender, and to write it off as "men will be men" or "boys will be boys" just gives a free pass to poor behaviour and abuse for which there should be no excuse. Everyone is responsible for their own actions, and gender never excuses that responsibility.

  Druu  |  53

That doesn't play well into the male conquest storyline that seems so popular with men though - "oh yeah, I got with the easy chick!"

  Wizardo  |  33

#34, that is the most ridiculous thing I've heard in a while, if he wanted his friend to lean off his wife then he would tell him straight up and threaten to deck him next time he said anything like that, not by demeaning and slagging off his wife. Seriously wth.

  nightbirdblue  |  27

Maybe he was trying to infer that out of the imaginary men OP has been with that he was the one she stayed with, thus inferring that he must have a large penis and/or he is quite skilled in sex.

  stanjohnson  |  11

How would convincing his friends he married an easy skank make him look big to his friends? If one of my friends told me his wife was a skank I would first off look down on him for talking about his wife that way, them for marrying someone like that.

By  flashback.miss  |  28

Then you gave the math problem; him-two testicles, right? Sounds like you married an immature douchebag who apparently is low enough to slander his wife's name to feel powerful. My condolences.