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By Cissy - / Thursday 27 December 2018 00:00 /
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By  chessu  |  21

What is with the shocking quality of the FMLs recently? So, I gather you're divorced from your husband and an ex coworker (presumably friend) has called now to ring to see how you would feel about her taking a shot with him. Which is a nice thing! You are divorced, they don't need to answer to you. What other life? Are you referring to your ex colleague? But if she's ringing you now, it's presumably new? And even if this has been worded horribly and what you really mean is that they were having a fling while you were still married, being overweight or certainly being of certain age doesn't determine a person's worth and it's very petty and juvenile to think you're somehow better than that because you're younger or skinnier.

By  Glowworm56  |  25

So your former coworker just so happens to be a furry? I don't really see a problem with it. I mean, he is your ex-husband for a reason. What he does in his spare time shouldn't really bother you so much.

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By  chessu  |  21

What is with the shocking quality of the FMLs recently? So, I gather you're divorced from your husband and an ex coworker (presumably friend) has called now to ring to see how you would feel about her taking a shot with him. Which is a nice thing! You are divorced, they don't need to answer to you. What other life? Are you referring to your ex colleague? But if she's ringing you now, it's presumably new? And even if this has been worded horribly and what you really mean is that they were having a fling while you were still married, being overweight or certainly being of certain age doesn't determine a person's worth and it's very petty and juvenile to think you're somehow better than that because you're younger or skinnier.

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I don't think there's a she involved. sounds like a man who was married to his husband and now another male co-worker is calling to get approval to date/get physical w him. and while yes that does suck, I definitely get the FML moment, but I mean you guys aren't together anymore so regardless of any harsh feelings you shouldn't be trying to stop him from finding whatever it is he's looking for.

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  chessu  |  21

Fine, I misread the his and hers, and the whole other life makes a bit more sense and is a bit more of an FML, but the sentiment remains the same - you're divorced, they don't answer to you and none of that makes the OP better than them. Also, the husband may have not realised/accepted it himself that he was gay before that; or perhaps he did and that's way they called off the marriage.

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  coute21  |  5

The fact that her husband had "another life" insinuates that her husband was sleeping with men while married to her. It's not that difficult to understand people.

By  inappropes  |  28

This is so vague idk where to begin. Did your husband cheat on you or admit after 20 years with you he is gay? And was the co worker part of the divorce? because it doesn't seem like it, its seems like a person calling you person to person to get YOUR approval. what assholes.

By  Glowworm56  |  25

So your former coworker just so happens to be a furry? I don't really see a problem with it. I mean, he is your ex-husband for a reason. What he does in his spare time shouldn't really bother you so much.

By  badrussian79  |  8

Well this is vague AF. So was the other life him being a furry? Is it him being gay? Obviously the reason for the divorce plays a role? Was it adultery, just grew apart? Had his furry alternate life style left you with the soul scaring mental picture of you husband and another Furkin have a furry bare back mountain?

Also if it’s an ex-husband and an ex-coworker why would you even care. It’s no like you’d see him at Christmas parties or work functions. Would you be happier if he was man saucing some 20 yo female fitness model?

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