Should a married women go out to a bar when her husband is at work offshore?

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Tom

Eunice, LA

#1 Jul 17, 2010
Just wondering what the town of Church Point has to say about this topic?
Tom

Eunice, LA

#2 Jul 17, 2010
And he doesn't have to be offshore. Should a married women be in a bar at all when her husband is not with her? My women and I split up because everything I'm at work she don't think she can stay home. We started having problems and I blaime it on her going to the bar without me, but she say's the bar has nothing to do with it. I'm not stupid I know what goes on in bars. I was just wondering how many would agree with me? Not that it really matter cause the damage is done.
cp honey

Eunice, LA

#3 Jul 17, 2010
I think that a woman's place is in the home cooking, cleaning, taking care of the children if there are any, learning how to sew instead of going to the bar when their husbands are offshore.

I know of one lady with big bleached blond hair who drives a big truck and has a big badonkadonk who can't wait for her husband to leave for 14 days. She can't wait to spend his money.
barhopper

Abbeville, LA

#4 Jul 17, 2010
Tom wrote:
And he doesn't have to be offshore. Should a married women be in a bar at all when her husband is not with her? My women and I split up because everything I'm at work she don't think she can stay home. We started having problems and I blaime it on her going to the bar without me, but she say's the bar has nothing to do with it. I'm not stupid I know what goes on in bars. I was just wondering how many would agree with me? Not that it really matter cause the damage is done.
Is she an alcoholic? Does she go to play pool? The type of bar has a lot to do with it too. Most probably she likes to drink and after a few drinks a man comes to talk, then she says my husband is offshore want to come to my house and have some Lortabs and smoke a joint and snort a line. You can sleep it off in my bed with me.
Anyway give me more information I just may be able to get to the bottom of the situation. 1 more thing is she disease free?
Obama Hates America

Church Point, LA

#5 Jul 17, 2010
Tom wrote:
And he doesn't have to be offshore. Should a married women be in a bar at all when her husband is not with her? My women and I split up because everything I'm at work she don't think she can stay home. We started having problems and I blaime it on her going to the bar without me, but she say's the bar has nothing to do with it. I'm not stupid I know what goes on in bars. I was just wondering how many would agree with me? Not that it really matter cause the damage is done.
Two people who have made a commitment to one another have no business in bars. It leads to trouble. It's not the popular answer, but it is the truth.
it worked for me

Abbeville, LA

#6 Jul 17, 2010
Tom wrote:
Just wondering what the town of Church Point has to say about this topic?
This is what happened to me. I knew she was in the bars some when I was offshore. We have both a shower and a jacuzzi tub in our bathroom. She would always bathe in the tub, and I would always take a shower.
Right before leaving for my 14 day offshore stint I put a brand new bar of soap in the shower. When I got back I could tell someone used the soap. So I set a trap. I put the shampoo and soap exactly an inch apart before I left. When I got back the soap and the shampoo were about 5 inches apart.
Wife never cleans my shower. That is what I do on my days off.
I contacted Sherman Cravins a PI who was referred to me by my brother. Sherman and I met when she was at work. He looked over the situation and installed a little motion activated camera hidden in the air conditioner vent over our bed.
When I got back, Shermin and I reviewed the tape. Wammo a perfect shot of her giving head, then engaging in straight sex.
I brought the tape to a lawyer and we filed for divorce.
We had to disclose the tape to the other side, so she knew she was caught. At the courthouse, her attorney was begging my attorney to settle the case. We kept saying no. We wanted the judge to see her giving head. Anyway, we finally settled for her to pay me $1000 alimony per month for five years, and her not get anything for community property. The best $300 investment I ever made is the investment I made by hiring Mr. Cravins.
justsayin

Eunice, LA

#7 Jul 17, 2010
I think that if you husbands working no you should be at home.But some women in CP think its ok to run around on there husband. I know a freckled face blonde cougar that thinks she is still in her 20's. Well she is always at the bars hanging on the young men. She needs to stay her old ass home and take care of her kids instead tring to act like her 18yr..JUST SAYIN!
GREATFAMILYMATTE RS

Eunice, LA

#8 Jul 18, 2010
why dont you go to the Church Point Pentecostals and listen to their Pastor talk about "A GREAT FAMILY". I did and believe me it wasnt saying its permissable to go to the bar. Why not walk with God and let him give you what you desire instead of looking for happiness in the bottom of a bottle. Bars are dimly lit, right? Why? Cuz you can do things in the dark and think no one sees. But remember my dear friend, THE LORD SEES ALL!
Scott

United States

#9 Jul 18, 2010
I see married women in the bars all the time in church point ESP. At debbies
Interested

Sunset, LA

#10 Jul 19, 2010
I know I'm going to get slack for this one but...It depends on the people. Not everyone is looking to cheat when they go into a bar. There has to be trust in a relationship or else why be in it. Some, not saying all, do go out to just hang with friends & relax after a hard week. I go out with my friends on occasion & so does my husband. Both of us can show up where the other is & there is nothing to hide.
peek a boo

Kinder, LA

#11 Jul 19, 2010
I personally don't c anything wrong with a married woman go n out when her husband is at work, in town, or wherever he may be. Now, it becomes wrong if she is out there flirting, exchanging phone #s, leaving w/him, kissing,hugging, etc. Even dancing is ok, just as long as it is not a slow dance. There has to be some level of trust in a relationship. No trust, no relationship. Move on. I'm pretty sure he had more evidence b4 he hired Mr C.,other than that I don't think he would have gone that far with it. Good luck to you, but don't let one rotten egg stop you from finding happiness elsewhere. TRUST TRUST TRUST!!!!!!!
Dr Know

United States

#12 Jul 19, 2010
The answer is,if u want to stay married,stay out of the bar!!!
SinceThen

Crowley, LA

#13 Jul 22, 2010
I trust my partner and he trust me. We just rather not be in the bars without each other. The way we look at it is... If you can't be out having fun with the one that you love the most, then why would you need to be out at all?

“Mire, LA”

Since: Jul 10

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#14 Jul 22, 2010
I say if your going out with a group of friends for a drink or a night out thats ok, but if your a woman alone going out for a drink at a bar your looking for trouble and apparently you need some kind of attention your not getting from your spouse, maybe he needs not to work off shore and be gone for so long.
NOVEMBER2009

Crowley, LA

#15 Jul 22, 2010
marriage plus bars equals problems period
male or female
Leonard Fosse

Eunice, LA

#16 Jul 22, 2010
If your wife goes to a bar too much without you it is a problem. My wife was going to the bar a couple of times a week with a friend so say to help her friend find someone. After about 3 months I noticed my wife and her friend were kissing in the bedroom. I coulda shit.
perspective

Opelousas, LA

#17 Jul 22, 2010
If couples go to the bar without each other they will end up discussing the other post (Divorced Couples with Children)
the one you love to hate

Carrollton, TX

#18 Jul 27, 2010
ya send your wife to the bar, so i can try to hit it after she is drunk
Hahaha

United States

#20 Aug 5, 2010
What the hubby doesn't know won't hurt him.
frank

Opelousas, LA

#21 Aug 5, 2010
In this town honey the hubby will always find out.

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