By True Story - 29/08/2011 12:46 - Canada
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How the hell does shift lift the furniture and throw it? I am a lady and I need my husband to help with the pickle jar sometimes(all the time). Next time don't date a woman who is half man, or high as fuck and you won't have that problem. You could even do a screening process like take them to the gym and see how much the can bench press. Good luck!!
What are you a fucking pussy? It's not that hard to pick up a little end table or a kitchen chair...which are both considered "furniture" Small computer desks also fall under this category, as do plastic lawn chairs. Yes I'm a female, yes I sometimes need help with heavy lifting, but no, I won't pretend I can't lift small furniture because my husband might think it 'cute' that I'm 'so weak' And guess what? I'm not a half man or 'beast' I'm 5'2" and a /tight/ 130 pounds when I'm not pregnant.
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97- thank you. 91- and I am 105, 5'3 also not pregnant. No I am not a pussy but I also don't own plastic lawn chairs because they are ugly, I have metal ones. And no, I don't own any tables that would be easy for me to lift and throw, I am also a minimalist and I don't have any decorative furniture besides books shelves which are also heavy and have a ton of books on them. The only end tables I have are the kind that fit behind the couch not tiny things on the sides and they are still quite heavy when considering you have to not only lift it but throw it. Maybe I just invest in more sturdy furniture then you do, who knows. Maybe I am just weaker then you are. It doesn't matter. And no I don't "pretend" to do anything, I am happy with who I am regardless if people think I am cute or a pussy, maybe you should try it. You made yourself look like a hot headed, arrogant person by your comment. It's not okay to go around trashing other people because they can't lift and throw furniture at someone. Honestly, some people...
You sound like you're bragging about your fancy furniture. Lol I'm 5'2 and 8 months pregnant but I move things heavier than 50 pounds with ease. (which is safe if you lifted this much regularly before pregnancy. My doctor even told me so.) not sure what being pregnant has to do with what you guys are talking about. Being a woman is no excuse. The pickle jar thing is kind of pathetic though but I see where you're coming from with the furniture. Lifting is one thing, throwing is another.
107- I am not sure where pregnant came into it, she mentioned her weight while not pregnant? Which is obviously nit going to be the same during pregnancy lol. When pregnant I was not allowed to even lift something overran pounds but I was high risk. No, I am not braying about fancy furniture, I am sorry if it sounded that way, my mistake. I tried to word it in a way that was not so long and I should have explained why I was saying it, my apologizes. What I was trying to say is that the furniture I do have is made of heavy meterial.(couches, chairs, dinning table, side tables, bookcases, beds, dressers, etc.) I chose not to have a lot of furniture because I don't find it nessisary and what I do have I want to last for a long time. If you find something made of particle wood it would be lighter but it wouldn't last as long as solid wood does. Since I don't find the need for a lot of decorative furniture I am able to invest in solid wood. I am unsure of the difference that it makes when considering we are not only talkig about lifting it but throwing since I do not purchase particle wood furniture. I know it makes a bit of a difference but when lifting but idk about throwing. Personally I don't find particle wood and less "fancy" then solid wood, the only difference I see is in durability. You can by some unappealing furniture in both solid and particle wood so I don't think the material matters in that comparison, from my perspective of course. The only comparison I was trying to point out is that stronger material is generally heavier(not always of course). It could also be the type of wood I like(oak). I like stinger material so my furniture would be a lot heavier then someone's of a lighter wood. And for the patio furniture, metal is going to be heavier then plastic chairs. When I originally commented I did not think to put in what type of furniture I am talking about lifting, then someone said end tables, plasic furniture, etc. I don't own that so I did not come to mind as I don't see it everyday as I do my heavy-to-lift furniture. Maybe she does have smaller(not nessisarally less fancy or of different quality, just smaller) pieces of furniture, or of a lighter wood(not nessisarly less fancy or smaller), or maybe she has both. What I was tryig to point out is that I could not do that with my furniture which is of a heavy wood and large in size all around. I don't have any furniture that would be easy for any woman to lift and throw at someone unless that woman regularly benchpressed or worked her upper body muscles in order to lift heavier things. I only tone, I do not need to lift and I choose not to if I do not have to. That is my choice and I am happy with it no matter if it is perceived as cute or "pussy"-like. Not to say I dot have floor lamps, potted plants, etc. That could be thrown at someone but that is not furniture that is decorations and lighting.
Your relationship is dangerous, and will NOT improve. Get out of it NOW. NEVER, NEVER put up with physical abuse of yourself, or your children. Deal breaker. Call the cops, and then a lawyer. PLEASE NOTE: Most guys who are married 20+ years realized a long time ago that there is a lot of shit we hate about our wives. But there is a lot of stuff we love too. That's life. When your spouse knows virtually every fault, secret, and flaw you have.... and still accepts you, that is love. And you stay with that one.
Leave the bitch or kick her a$$ out! Trust me-- it only gets worse!!!