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By ronnieG - / Tuesday 16 July 2013 16:06 / United States - Decatur
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Why don't you find an FML where an identical situation happened except that the genders were reversed, and bring the comments to support your claim? Or perhaps stop stirring the shit pot? I don't think anyone brought up a gender issue here.

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Where emotions are involved tempers flare. He should forgive her because if she had meant to be spiteful she would have keyed his car. Clearly she expected him to find the keys and just be annoyed for a little while.

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powerhunger... Your name really suits you by the way... I don't think anyone here thinks what the woman did is ok, so I've no idea where you're getting that from? You only have to look at the amount of "I agree, your life sucks" compared to YDI to see that.

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I wonder what the fight was about, though I doubt OP will share (too private). Use a metal detector, and be glad she didn't key the car and throw the keys down the drain.

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To be fair here guys, power hungry, you have a point, I've seen it before, women often scold men for things they don't like, then when men find something they don't like, they cannot blame women for it. Unfortunately you should retract your earlier statement of confirmation bias as this is what your doing. As for youaremyprey , calm down, no need to fight, he's fresh blood! Welcome him to the community. We all make mistakes.

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13, how about contain the fight and not going physical, i know it's hard to control the anger at the heat of moment, but breaking/tossing shit doesn't help the case at all, it only makes it worse

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It's not a matter of can, it's about shouldn't. Ever. Mismatched or reproduction ignition and locks puts a rather sizable dent in the value of a classic. Especially if OP was trying to keep it all original. An all original, numbers matching car is worth twice to ten times what an aftermarket restoration is.

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Good lord. With any cars made before 1972 had a real basic turn switch in the ignition anything the same thick ness or width would be fine and wouldn't harm the car at all, probably using the key would do more damage. I own 3 different classics (68 mustang 69 charger, 69 camaro. I can use my charger key to turn on my mustang, and same way around. Don't question me on classic cars.

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So op should hit her because she threw he's keys? Seems legit. Besides we don't know why they were fighting, for all we know he could have deserved this.

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I couldn't almost understand it. This may be a difficult concept to grasp since we've only been taught it since we were two but, "Don't hit." Unless someone hit you first there is no reason to lay your hands on them.

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What's more important, your wife and her safety or your vintage car? Don't hit her. Talk to her; maybe you'd make her feel guilty and she'd help you look for the keys OP

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89- materialistic things? A classic '59 belvedere isn't just a little tinker toy that you can play with. Now I'm not saying OP should go all UFC on his wife, but a classic like that isn't just a "materialistic thing".

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Instinct, pretty much. Throwing/breaking things can be a demonstration of our strength and fitness, both of which were used to ascertain dominance in societies long before reasoning and conversation came into existence.

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Not to mention, when one persons vocabulary is significantly larger than the others. The other person won't understand and that just makes things worse.

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