By SebastianMiko - 09/11/2012 07:18 - Canada - Calgary
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Oh is it now? I beg to differ. Actually the fact that he's married and being faithful and trusting is in a vow is all the more reason to get a divorce. Just because someone is bonded by some legal documents that doesn't mean they are safe from a divorce for committing adultery.
Codezlol: Nobody said he is "safe from a divorce", I think you're reading a little too much into the comment. They were just saying it's going to be more difficult than "just moving on", as there will be money, property and--inevitably--emotions involved, whereas in a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship, you can just say "we should see other people", get up and walk out.That's all they were saying
108, my comment was implied towards 41's reply to 30. 30 said that he had plenty of reason to get a divorce. 42 replied that 30 was "too young" and 'inexperienced with commitments', thus implying she thought that 30 was wrong, and that OP doesn't have grounds for divorce. My comment was perfectly reasonable.
Well at least you can arrest that bastard who was sleeping with your wife… or your wife
Wow, that's just wrong. At least you found out she is an ungrateful, cheating b****. Kick her out of the house, she wanted that other guy, now let her deal with the consequences.
Proof for your divorce!! She won't be able to contest it at all. Still sucks though, did your gun accidentally misfire and graze his ass!
As much as that sucks I hope you didn't get into an altercation. If you all got in a fight because of emotions I see a possible loss of job or lawsuit.
DrFrince: Actually, it was a domestic *disturbance* call. The neighbors could just be complaining about the noise. If you know what I mean... ...Or not. 'terribly wrong' could mean a number of things. Maybe he couldn't take off the handcuffs from the headboard?