By moodyreallyrocks - 09/07/2012 00:30 - United States - Mayfield
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This is like the commercial from "Go on." Counselor: "You have 5 seconds to tell you're sob story to move onto the next round... Go!" Member: "... I came home and there was my wife with the newborn baby." Counselor: "So you missed the birth?" Member: "And the conception."
I'm sorry op :( I hate it when i hear shit like this...you're out there risking your life for the safety of your family and your bitch ass wife is sleeping around. My condolences...thank you for your service to us and your country. When you get back, you can beat the shit out of that douche bag :)
Thank you for your service. What a way to be rewarded. :( Kid isn't yours and apparently neither is the wife. D I V O R C E
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Of course the whole thing is wrong but OP being a soldier/officer doesn't add anything. Maybe he should have thought about signing up to leave his wife for what sounds like more than nine months and what consequences that might have. Very few soldiers sign up for the reason of doing good, far more sign up for other reasons like, family tradition, can't afford education, skip jail or can't get a normal job. So it's not like they are heroes, it's a career path (and a messy at that)
91- Screw you dude. You have no idea what we go thru. It's hard enough being in some shot hole nobody wants to be in but we also have to worry about home, where our spouses are supposed to be holding up the home front not screwing everybody in sight. I'm sure your jobs super important and your some kind of hero! Tell the families off my fallen brothers and sisters that their Soldier isn't a hero. Guaranteed its the last thing you'll do.
91 - Screw you, one of the hardest decisions I have to make is going to be whether or not I go into the service. And you entirely skipped a good reason to go in: To support a family, keep your wife in a home, all that. I might be going in just to take care of her, even though I entirely hate the idea of leaving her (and to answer the people going "the fuck are you married at 16?" I'm not but we're considering it in a couple years)
It's incredibly fucked up that a woman would do that while her husband is risking his life overseas for his country. But sadly this happens all too often, when women get lonely. Selfish cunts.
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Nice to know that you're 100% sure OP is a hero risking his life for his country. What if he's a wife beating scum bag who can't get a job and signed up now his wife finally managed to get away from him? Signing up to kill on order doesn't automatically make you a hero.
#93, please shut the fuck up. Not every soldier is a bad person. One of my best friends went over seas to defend his country and his slutbag girlfriend screwed half the town. He didn't do anything wrong, he called her everyday, and he came home to her knocked up by some one night stand from the bar. Before you go jumping to conclusions calling soldiers criminals and blaming them for their wives infidelity, get a little background info. Nobody wants to see you soldier bashing, especially not the brave young men who defend this country.
93- Shut up. You're making ignorant comments about the people risking their lives for YOU. When you actually get a clue about the world and what other people go through while overseas, come back and make your comments. Either way, your selfishness and ignorance is not needed here.
93- Are you serious? Do you think people sign up to go to war to get screwed over by their own family, to get screwed over by the government, or to die? My husband and my father-in-law (and many others in his family) not only joined to do right by the US but to have a better way to take care of their families. What if he was a good man who job was going no where and the military offered him a way to change that? Offered him the chance to support his wife and eventually start a family? Or what if he was already in the military before they got married, could we say it was her fault then? Shouldn't she have known what she was marring into? Not to mention, many people who go over there to DO THEIR JOB come back with PTSD and its not fun for them. I know. I watch my husband struggle with it every day. I didn't cheat on him when he went, I supported him and stayed home to take care of everything around what was our home. My husband is a stronger man since returning home, even though he has PTSD and I'm grateful for the strong man I have because that means he will be a good father to our coming child. Pull your head out of your ass, your one story isn't the only story to be told. While there are screw ups in the military (they are everywhere, even outside the military - YOU!) there are good people there too. So, SHUT UP!
Get DNA tests done, prove they're not your kids, and move on before things get ugly.
Damn. She should've told you before this man :(. I hope she's your ex-wife now.
I agree with 11, think, there's been nights when op has been thinking about his wife, missing her, possibly wishing for children of his own since he's been away whereas she has been playing happy families for the last 9+ months and now has a baby! What's to say ops wife hadn't told others they had broken up or he'd even died whilst out? I really hope you divorce her op and I really hope you don't get pulled in to paying for this kid!