How many Police Wives check out topix?
curious

United States

#21 Jun 18, 2011
GrowUP wrote:
<quoted text>
Idiot... I get so angry at your post that I sent it to fast... You need to grow up.
. I'm uncertain why that angered you so much. Please explain??? If something that small and petty made you that angry you must have anger issues!!! I'm sorry if I've upset you "Grow Up" thought this was a public forum and I'm sorry I've known numerous male cops that cheat on their wives and a few female cops that have cheated on their husbands!!!!! You must be one of these cheating or cheated on to get so "angry"!

“hello......”

Since: Jun 11

charleston, west virginia

#22 Jun 18, 2011
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
Being a police wife I bet you get laughed at alot by your husband's mistresses/girlfriends!!
you know pal....not all men cheat, you know?!

Since: Mar 11

Charleston, WV

#23 Jun 18, 2011
That's right, not everyone cheats!!! And plus who cares! Everyone has a right to their privacy!!! Not blasting it on damn topix.......just saying!
Elmer Fudd

United States

#24 Jun 18, 2011
2close4comfort wrote:
Omg you all are stupid!
ummm, Stupid is the person who started this stupid topic!

Since: Mar 11

Charleston, WV

#25 Jun 18, 2011
I agree......

“hello......”

Since: Jun 11

charleston, west virginia

#26 Jun 18, 2011
Elmer Fudd wrote:
<quoted text>
ummm, Stupid is the person who started this stupid topic!
Yo elmer....a cops wife started this topic...tee heee heeeee
oink

New York, NY

#27 Jun 28, 2011
Id say alot
Chickenhungryjen kins

Elizabeth, NJ

#28 Jul 3, 2011
Wanna talk bout badge bunnies bro check out dem so chas pd wifeys they toss em from what I hear
pig snatcher

Charleston, WV

#29 Jul 7, 2011
Obviously some give a crap, they are reading and feeding into this post!
here it is

Belle, WV

#30 Jul 7, 2011
I have composed a list things badge bunnies should know if they really want to be with my or someone else’s husband....

1) He’s not some big huge muscle man idiot...that’s a Kevlar vest. He’s built like a 16 year old under that.

2) Beware of his workpants. He’s been working so much overtime that he hasn’t had time to wash them and they smell like yesterday’s a** and old feet.

3) Love YOUR immediate family. YOUR mom, dad, cousins and so on. Beause THESE are the people you will be spending holidays with, not the man you love.


4) Prepare for "the stink". This would be the green cloud that hangs in your bedroom around the man who eats a lousy diet of take-out and convience food and defies his natural body rythmn to work midnights. It can actually leave a sticky film on your windows.

5) Schedule time to change your sheets. On midnights, some one is always in the bed, but never more than one person at a time.

6) Be prepared to fill out the "wife packet." Around here, that is paperwork that includes who will be notified and by whom should your husband be gravely injured or killed. It also needs immediate plans for funeral homes, next of kin, media releases, and religious affiliations. It’s not sexy or heroic...it’s real. And it’s a sobering experience. It will also need to be updated everytime something good happens, like a new home or the birth of a new child.

7) Be ready to sit down to eat at a nice dinner out with your family, and then have to pack up the kids and leave because some piece of crap person your husband locked up is there, and the last thing your husband wants is for this clown to see what his entire family looks like. This is also fun at the grocery store. Scumbags also need to eat apparently.

8) On the same note, be ready to always be watching your own back. Not everyone is proud that your husband wears a badge. You never know who is watching you and your children, and it’s not a game. It’s easier for them to know who you are then you know who they are.

9) Lastly, when you do end up getting to sleep next to each other, be prepared to be awaken by your husband pinning you down or pushing you while dreaming about chasing a suspect. And when YOU have screaming nightmares about something horrible happening to your husband, also be prepared to comfort yourself, your husband will probably be at work.

And that, badge bunnies, is the reality of being a police wife.
Not a police wife

Charleston, WV

#31 Jul 8, 2011
I'm sure that not only police wives but police themselves read these forums. Just about every major company out there including local and state police have social media/networking monitoring positions. So for all of you that think just because you don't have to post a name or email address on here that the police can not locate you, you are so wrong. You can be located by IP addresses, browser ID's, ect. So these people that have asked or tried to locate perscription and non perscription drugs and other illegal items, your not too smart. As for cheating, not only police officer's cheat. And I bet if anything happens to any of you talking trash or any of your family members such as home envasions, stolen vehicle, etc., the first thing you do is call 911.

Since: Mar 11

Charleston, WV

#32 Jul 8, 2011
here it is wrote:
I have composed a list things badge bunnies should know if they really want to be with my or someone else’s husband....
1) He’s not some big huge muscle man idiot...that’s a Kevlar vest. He’s built like a 16 year old under that.
2) Beware of his workpants. He’s been working so much overtime that he hasn’t had time to wash them and they smell like yesterday’s a** and old feet.
3) Love YOUR immediate family. YOUR mom, dad, cousins and so on. Beause THESE are the people you will be spending holidays with, not the man you love.
4) Prepare for "the stink". This would be the green cloud that hangs in your bedroom around the man who eats a lousy diet of take-out and convience food and defies his natural body rythmn to work midnights. It can actually leave a sticky film on your windows.
5) Schedule time to change your sheets. On midnights, some one is always in the bed, but never more than one person at a time.
6) Be prepared to fill out the "wife packet." Around here, that is paperwork that includes who will be notified and by whom should your husband be gravely injured or killed. It also needs immediate plans for funeral homes, next of kin, media releases, and religious affiliations. It’s not sexy or heroic...it’s real. And it’s a sobering experience. It will also need to be updated everytime something good happens, like a new home or the birth of a new child.
7) Be ready to sit down to eat at a nice dinner out with your family, and then have to pack up the kids and leave because some piece of crap person your husband locked up is there, and the last thing your husband wants is for this clown to see what his entire family looks like. This is also fun at the grocery store. Scumbags also need to eat apparently.
8) On the same note, be ready to always be watching your own back. Not everyone is proud that your husband wears a badge. You never know who is watching you and your children, and it’s not a game. It’s easier for them to know who you are then you know who they are.
9) Lastly, when you do end up getting to sleep next to each other, be prepared to be awaken by your husband pinning you down or pushing you while dreaming about chasing a suspect. And when YOU have screaming nightmares about something horrible happening to your husband, also be prepared to comfort yourself, your husband will probably be at work.
And that, badge bunnies, is the reality of being a police wife.
Oh, brother.

The fact is, no cop has been killed in the line of duty in Charleston since 1980 and I don't count that poor guy who was shot by friendly fire.

And as a woman who thinks cops are a bunch of dim bullies with high school issues, I think I probably have more contempt for "badge bunnies" than the actual cops themselves. I mean, they are men and when some woman is slobbering all over them because they wear a badge where otherwise they'd be working a Jiffy Lube and no one would give them the time of day, I expect they take what they can get.

As far as wives lecturing "badge bunnies" just what were you before you were a cop wife?

Since: Mar 11

Charleston, WV

#33 Jul 8, 2011
P.S. As a woman who prides herself on strength and independence, I have nothing but contempt for women who are attracted to badges. I have this notion they are the types who harbor rescue fantasies, rape fantasies and victim fantasies and I think you are all pathetic. They are the types who watch LifeTime TV and enjoy following news stories about women who have been crime victims.

And I would also guess that behind most of those badges are plain ole pussies who would make water down their legs if they got caught out somewhere without their badge and gun and someone took them on.

And did you also know that cops have the highest rate of domestic violence than any other profession or occupation? They are also in the top three cheaters along with psychiatrists and clergy men.

In other words, men in those professions prey on women who are vulnerable or seeking them out for help or women who are in weak positions - such as those who have been .... bad.

Since: Mar 11

Charleston, WV

#34 Jul 8, 2011
here it is wrote:
I have composed a list things badge bunnies should know if they really want to be with my or someone else’s husband....
1) He’s not some big huge muscle man idiot...that’s a Kevlar vest. He’s built like a 16 year old under that.
2) Beware of his workpants. He’s been working so much overtime that he hasn’t had time to wash them and they smell like yesterday’s a** and old feet.
3) Love YOUR immediate family. YOUR mom, dad, cousins and so on. Beause THESE are the people you will be spending holidays with, not the man you love.
4) Prepare for "the stink". This would be the green cloud that hangs in your bedroom around the man who eats a lousy diet of take-out and convience food and defies his natural body rythmn to work midnights. It can actually leave a sticky film on your windows.
5) Schedule time to change your sheets. On midnights, some one is always in the bed, but never more than one person at a time.
6) Be prepared to fill out the "wife packet." Around here, that is paperwork that includes who will be notified and by whom should your husband be gravely injured or killed. It also needs immediate plans for funeral homes, next of kin, media releases, and religious affiliations. It’s not sexy or heroic...it’s real. And it’s a sobering experience. It will also need to be updated everytime something good happens, like a new home or the birth of a new child.
7) Be ready to sit down to eat at a nice dinner out with your family, and then have to pack up the kids and leave because some piece of crap person your husband locked up is there, and the last thing your husband wants is for this clown to see what his entire family looks like. This is also fun at the grocery store. Scumbags also need to eat apparently.
8) On the same note, be ready to always be watching your own back. Not everyone is proud that your husband wears a badge. You never know who is watching you and your children, and it’s not a game. It’s easier for them to know who you are then you know who they are.
9) Lastly, when you do end up getting to sleep next to each other, be prepared to be awaken by your husband pinning you down or pushing you while dreaming about chasing a suspect. And when YOU have screaming nightmares about something horrible happening to your husband, also be prepared to comfort yourself, your husband will probably be at work.
And that, badge bunnies, is the reality of being a police wife.
I read this again and it has to be the dumbest thing I've ever seen posted on Topix.

Lady, you are not nearly as important as you think you are. And when was the last time a single solitary member of some cop's family was attacked by a "suspect"? You know when? Never. Because "suspects" don't do that.

They don't come after the judiciary or prosecutors or anyone else in the system except on the rarest occasions.

You enjoy wallowing in this victimhood you have created for yourself. Some badge bunny is after your fat slob husband, some suspect is going to eat your children, you could be widowed any day,..

Blah, blah, blah ...Yea, right.
hmmmm

Charleston, WV

#35 Jul 8, 2011
@ a little birdie ~ Apparently you are very hostile when it comes to police officers, is it because you have tried to date one (or more) and you were rejected? OR were you previously married to one and the marriage failed because YOU couldn't handle it?

Since: Mar 11

Charleston, WV

#36 Jul 8, 2011
hmmmm wrote:
@ a little birdie ~ Apparently you are very hostile when it comes to police officers, is it because you have tried to date one (or more) and you were rejected? OR were you previously married to one and the marriage failed because YOU couldn't handle it?
Oh dear, it's a cop going to State, nights, to earn his criminal justice degree.

Either that or one of those bleach blonde, wide loads, still getting perms, who is married to a cop.

Which is it?
Crazy Jennie

Nitro, WV

#37 Jul 8, 2011
Does anyone know if that crazy Jennie got out of jail and what they're gonna do with her?
bob

United States

#38 Jul 8, 2011
A Little Birdy wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, brother.

The fact is, no cop has been killed in the line of duty in Charleston since 1980 and I don't count that poor guy who was shot by friendly fire.

And as a woman who thinks cops are a bunch of dim bullies with high school issues, I think I probably have more contempt for "badge bunnies" than the actual cops themselves. I mean, they are men and when some woman is slobbering all over them because they wear a badge where otherwise they'd be working a Jiffy Lube and no one would give them the time of day, I expect they take what they can get.

As far as wives lecturing "badge bunnies" just what were you before you were a cop wife?
That was still in the line of duty when he was killed, regardless if it was careless fire from a fellow officer.
Ha

United States

#39 Jul 8, 2011
Well, I'm not a cop, but I have done a cops wife before. And not just men cheat, women like to point fingers but it's not just men.
Hmmmmmm

Charleston, WV

#40 Jul 9, 2011
A Little Birdy wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh dear, it's a cop going to State, nights, to earn his criminal justice degree.
Either that or one of those bleach blonde, wide loads, still getting perms, who is married to a cop.
Which is it?
I am neither. I answered your question, why don't you answer mine?

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