Pippa

Hancock, NY

#21 Apr 22, 2014
PEllen wrote:
2.Has anyone else encountered that sub-species of a*sholes being the guys with very pregnant ( or recently post surgical) wives who get antsy and want to fool around?
I have encountered a handful over the years, enough to recognize it. Scumbags.
Yes. My sister was married to one. She actually caught him in bed with her best friend one day. She was so shocked, she lost the baby who would have been their first child. She was 6 months along and the baby died immediately after birth. That's how devastating the problem can be. She forgave him and he continued to cheat with several other women over the years. He finally left her for another woman after they had 6 more kids and never paid a penny support. She raised them on her own - not an easy thing to do with not even a high school diploma. He became what I call a serial cheater. He had one woman after another and cheated on each and every one of them. She told me once that she never realized he was cheating but it seems she was the only one who didn't know.

“...,to wit”

Since: Jun 09

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#22 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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Sheesh, bitter much? Maybe if women didn't turn into needy, whiney witches when they're pregnant or post op, their man wouldn't be as inclined to want to sniff around elsewhere
Any of your women been pregnant and delivered while you were the boyfriend?
Any of your women ever need surgery or have an injury that keep them bedridden while you were the boyfriend?

Your presumed attempts at sarcasm fell flat kido. If you aren't being sarcastic, you have more problems
blunt advice

Jersey City, NJ

#23 Apr 22, 2014
Stina2 wrote:
I agree with all of you on LW1. She seems like she can't cope on her own.
LW2 is a complete idiot. You guys got that covered, too.
Yep!

Since: Aug 08

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#24 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>Sheesh, bitter much? Maybe if women didn't turn into needy, whiney witches when they're pregnant or post op, their man wouldn't be as inclined to want to sniff around elsewhere
As if you would know what women are like when they are prego. My wife was a peach while prego and during delivery.

It's supposed to be something you share together and help her with, as a guy. It's very slimy to be so self absorbed and out running around on a woman while she's pregnant. She needs your support. And if she finds out about it, it's a very bad time to cause her added stress, which is not good for her or the baby.

Since: Aug 08

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#25 Apr 22, 2014
Or even worse, get some STD and give it to her and possibly the baby.

You are a piece of work.

Since: Aug 08

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#26 Apr 22, 2014
Pippa wrote:
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Yes. My sister was married to one. She actually caught him in bed with her best friend one day. She was so shocked, she lost the baby who would have been their first child. She was 6 months along and the baby died immediately after birth. That's how devastating the problem can be.
I didn't even see this before I posted. That's what I'm talking about.
Kuuipo

Seaside, CA

#27 Apr 22, 2014
PEllen wrote:
Has anyone else encountered that sub-species of a*sholes being the guys with very pregnant ( or recently post surgical) wives who get antsy and want to fool around?
I have encountered a handful over the years, enough to recognize it. Scumbags.
Yes, my ex-manager P who was cheating on his lovely wife with her sister, R, the perfect counterpart, the slime-sucking faithless pig of a sister. Both evil to the core, IMHO. Like I posted, certain people should be off-limits, like your wife's sister.

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#29 Apr 22, 2014
Dudes, I've been around pregnant women before, I know, shocker. Not ALL of them are that way, but some sure are. Just trying to derail the man-bashing train. I seem to have failed

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#30 Apr 22, 2014
Pippa wrote:
She actually caught him in bed with her best friend one day....

She forgave him
See? Do either of these women share any blame?

Toj

“Where is Everyone?”

Since: Jul 12

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#31 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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See? Do either of these women share any blame?
About failed marriages, maybe.

About them sticking it where it doesn't belong, no. That's on him.
pde

Bothell, WA

#32 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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See? Do either of these women share any blame?
They can be blamed for various things, but they do not "share" his blame for his choice to cheat. His choice to cheat is all *his* own responsibility.

Since: Aug 08

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#33 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
Dudes, I've been around pregnant women before, I know, shocker. Not ALL of them are that way, but some sure are. Just trying to derail the man-bashing train. I seem to have failed
I think your entire premise is flawed.

If my wife were acting like a witch, I would find a away to convey that I think she should stop acting like a witch, because I don't like it. That's not very hard to do. I just have to use my words.

I wouldn't tolerate it and say, gee, since my pregnant wife's acting like a witch, the most logical thing to do is to try and nail her best friend. A person is going to have a very difficult time having any meaningful romantic relationships if that is how they handle conflict.
cheluzal

Plant City, FL

#34 Apr 22, 2014
1: Eh, I won't rake lw over the coals from one letter. I thought it was a drive over, but it's a plane and he's gone for days. He's not the only kid to step up and he agreed without even asking his wife (or maybe telling). He's cleaved to wife over mom right now so a heads-up is only courteous.

2: Ahhh yes, dating since what--age 15, 16? Yeah, that's always good to marry your first serious SO (I know it happens-I don't need all the stupid exceptio stories).
Know what's the best thing to do when you're hankering for another after you willingly betrothed yourself to this one?? Get her pregnant!! That solves everything!

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#35 Apr 22, 2014
pde wrote:
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They can be blamed for various things, but they do not "share" his blame for his choice to cheat. His choice to cheat is all *his* own responsibility.
Her best friend?? Obviously SHE knew what she was doing. At their house? Did the wife come home early or did she WANT to get caught? Women can be evil and sometimes men can be helplessly seduced. Suppose the wife was cold, dude hadn't gotten it in a while, he's offered a romp with her hot friend... hey, man, not always easy to say no in a desperate situation.

Dated this girl once, knew it wasn't serious or going to last, her "friend" evilly seduced me and I was powerless against her Siren call so she slept with me just out of spite for some reason. Then showed up at my door the next day with my girlfriend on the phone and demanded I admit we had sex. How does one handle THAT awkward situation? I denied everything and told her to get the hell out. Then got smacked. I say again, women can be evil. Sure, it's EASY to lay blame at the man, just not always fair

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#36 Apr 22, 2014
Sublime1 wrote:
I think your entire premise is flawed.
Your Honor, I object on the basis the defense might have a point!
pde

Bothell, WA

#37 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
Dudes, I've been around pregnant women before, I know, shocker. Not ALL of them are that way, but some sure are. Just trying to derail the man-bashing train. I seem to have failed
If the man-bashing you perceive is what started with PEllen's post, I think the particular subset of men she was referring to are often those who use the fact their wives are often on medical restrictions regarding "normal activities" and use that as an excuse to go sniffing around.

It's not unusual to have those types of restrictions. Usual is 6 weeks post-birth to be cleared to resume such, in my case it was 12 weeks due to some complications. But my husband is a decent man, and didn't use it as an excuse to find some elsewhere.
pde

Bothell, WA

#38 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
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Her best friend?? Obviously SHE knew what she was doing. At their house? Did the wife come home early or did she WANT to get caught? Women can be evil and sometimes men can be helplessly seduced. Suppose the wife was cold, dude hadn't gotten it in a while, he's offered a romp with her hot friend... hey, man, not always easy to say no in a desperate situation.
Dated this girl once, knew it wasn't serious or going to last, her "friend" evilly seduced me and I was powerless against her Siren call so she slept with me just out of spite for some reason. Then showed up at my door the next day with my girlfriend on the phone and demanded I admit we had sex. How does one handle THAT awkward situation? I denied everything and told her to get the hell out. Then got smacked. I say again, women can be evil. Sure, it's EASY to lay blame at the man, just not always fair
Wow, you're willing to tell this story in public?

It mainly makes me wonder exactly what you have wrong if you couldn't say no. What kind of damage.

“I Am Mine”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#39 Apr 22, 2014
Sublime1 wrote:
the most logical thing to do....

...A person is going to have a very difficult time having any meaningful romantic relationships if that is how they handle conflict.
Ah, yes. Logic and meaningful romantic relationships. Edog's specialty.

Since: Jan 14

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#40 Apr 22, 2014
edogxxx wrote:
<quoted text>
Her best friend?? Obviously SHE knew what she was doing. At their house? Did the wife come home early or did she WANT to get caught? Women can be evil and sometimes men can be helplessly seduced. Suppose the wife was cold, dude hadn't gotten it in a while, he's offered a romp with her hot friend... hey, man, not always easy to say no in a desperate situation.
Dated this girl once, knew it wasn't serious or going to last, her "friend" evilly seduced me and I was powerless against her Siren call so she slept with me just out of spite for some reason. Then showed up at my door the next day with my girlfriend on the phone and demanded I admit we had sex. How does one handle THAT awkward situation? I denied everything and told her to get the hell out. Then got smacked. I say again, women can be evil. Sure, it's EASY to lay blame at the man, just not always fair
You can take the boy out of the trailer park but can't take the trailer park out of the boy.
Julie

Chicago, IL

#41 Apr 22, 2014
LW2:..."I'm not delusional when I say that this feeling is mutual...I've told her how I feel but she never responded or reciprocated. She has only smiled back and gives me a look like I should stop."

You are TOTALLY delusional. And selfish as F.
I hope your wife wises up and kicks your worthless @$$ to the curb.

And when you present yourself to your love object in all your available glory, I have no doubt she'll laugh in your face.

You're a complete POS.

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