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Lol he wasn't joking, but he wasn't trying to insult me either, in his mind that comment was trying to insult the guy hitting on me, strangely my hubby adores me and is a great guy, it's just funny the way it came out.
By Candycane88 - / Tuesday 26 March 2013 14:12 / United States - Hemet
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By  perdix  |  29

Guys get pissed off when you stir up their jealousy for no good reason. You really shouldn't be telling him that kind of stuff unless the guy at work is really putting the moves on you, and you need your husband to confront him.

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  KingDead  |  18

He was most likely joking, and through OP's sense of humour made this FML.. And #10.. If he said that, it wouldn't be funny.. Though a nice thing to say

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  Candycane88  |  8

Lol he wasn't joking, but he wasn't trying to insult me either, in his mind that comment was trying to insult the guy hitting on me, strangely my hubby adores me and is a great guy, it's just funny the way it came out.

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  KingDead  |  18

Haha, thanks for the reply.. Still sounds odd in my opinion (men haha). I'm glad it wasn't a shot at you!! Seeing your dp, you look so adorable, I wouldn't believe it to be.

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  lennelleong  |  31

It's great that you understand your husband perfectly. :D I agree with the positive comments, and it's also in the tone that we may not get that he wasn't dissing you.

By  jem970  |  19

Tell him to go fuck himself OP. He should always consider you the most beautiful woman in the world, you're his wife for goodness sake! Time to start doing date night again, wearing sexy dresses, and anything else to get his attention. If he doesn't start to see it again then it might be time to reevaluate this marriage. I am not one to jump on the divorce bandwagon but when you aren't appriciated in a relationship it is time to go. Try to make it work and for him to see why he married you. Try and fix it. Oh! And don't try "swinging" to fix the relationship.

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  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

Not everyone is physically beautiful and honestly it shouldn't matter. If someone tells me that I'm not pretty I'm not going to cut them out of my life because it doesn't mean anything. I can't control my appearance because that's what I was given when I was born. If someone calls my personality ugly then there's reason to lose that person because who you are on the inside is something you can't change.

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  jem970  |  19

I didn't say "physically beautiful." If that is the only reason he married her then thats another problem all together. There is more to a relationship than the physical stuff. But if he puts her down like that after receiving a complement do you think thats unhealthy? I sure as hell do.

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  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

43- What I mean is that the husband probably took the "most beautiful woman" compliment as one that was towards her physical appearance because I doubt the guy knows her personality which is why the husband commented that the other guy needed to get out more. That doesn't mean that she needs to file for divorce. All it means is that her husband thinks that they guy probably hasn't seen other more physically appealing women. That's not to say that he doesn't love her though.

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  perdix  |  29

#11, yes, me, too, except usually I don't have the heart to tell my colleague that I am actually a man. As long as he doesn't try any funny business in the men's room, he can think what he likes.

By  perdix  |  29

Guys get pissed off when you stir up their jealousy for no good reason. You really shouldn't be telling him that kind of stuff unless the guy at work is really putting the moves on you, and you need your husband to confront him.

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  bfsd42  |  20

Thank you perdix. Just what I was thinking. Op's original comment was either fishing for compliments or trying to stir up some jealousy. He was right to give her a backhanded reply.

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