Spouse working 3rd shift?
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Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#21 Sep 21, 2012
quit whining wrote:
<quoted text>Blah, blah blah. It's not logically possible to KNOW that they were talking to a lady either. You just contradicted yourself and you are boring. Did your ole man volunteer to work the late shift? Now him choosing to work the late shift doesn't sound so boring. Let's chat about that, sweetie, er, lady. lol

It's Topix for God sakes. You knew what this forum was like when you got on here so either deal with the hilljacks or go to Oprah's website where they make it possible to fart rainbows. You get a fart, you get a fart, you get a fart and everybody gets a fart. That's more your speed, isn't it?
I think you were so excited to attempt to instill dissidence that you failed to read where I posted my HUSBAND started third shift. That tiny word means I am a Wife therefore am female and NOT male. So in reality the contradiction is you since you were unable to properly read and process the post of the lady you attempted to offend. I find your sarcasm and attempt at wit to be insulting and juvenile, yet more towards your integrity than mine. As for third shift, he took it because it was the only opening in the department he wanted. The opening in days was less pay and too unchallenging. His intention is to switch to days when there is an opening. He's not thrilled either, but good pay at least.

As for the rest of your post...I'm quite entertained by the pointlessness of it. Oprah has nothing to do with anything locally so why would I care to post there? I was seeking conversation with others with spouses working third shift. The fact that your behaving like the type of people that Topix is known for shows that you sir must be no better than them. Now THAT'S boring! ;)
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#22 Sep 21, 2012
Mama Maybell wrote:
<quoted text>Be thankful he has a job of any kind to go to while you stay at home. I bet 23 million Americans would trade places with your hubby and beg to work the night shift. Or any shift for that matter. Quit complaining and looking for reasons to complain and asking others to find more reasons for you to complain about. Be thankful and make the best of it. Get off the computer and clean your house, make something special for your hard working husband when he gets home, volunteer at a hospital, visit the elderly...just don't sit around and make up things to complain about. My goodness, you people don't have a clue, do you?
Can't anyone slow down and read? I'm not posting to complain, but to FIND OTHERS with spouses working third shift! We are well aware that we are blessed to have a job in this economy. Even more so with children to provide for. Also, where did I say only I stay at home? I have a job too. My house is clean (I'm a germophobe), I have his breakfast ready when he gets up, healthy lunch cooked for work (no tv dinner crap) and we spend an hour or so together in the morning before he goes to sleep. I do my best to ensure his needs are met. With my chores, career, the kids and his chores now too, I have about 5hrs sleep daily. Not because it's a Wife's 'job', but because I want to and I know the better he's cared for, the better he will perform and a safer commute. You might want to consider asking questions before posting unfounded assumptions.
Fun at work

Cave City, KY

#23 Oct 4, 2012
who is the chick in the red truck , i like her round booty, nice like to hit that!
Better pay

Munfordville, KY

#24 Oct 5, 2012
When i worked third at least i got to see my kids and spouse unlike working second. U might as well b by urself.
Trinas ole man

Glasgow, KY

#25 Oct 5, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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Can't anyone slow down and read? I'm not posting to complain, but to FIND OTHERS with spouses working third shift! We are well aware that we are blessed to have a job in this economy. Even more so with children to provide for. Also, where did I say only I stay at home? I have a job too. My house is clean (I'm a germophobe), I have his breakfast ready when he gets up, healthy lunch cooked for work (no tv dinner crap) and we spend an hour or so together in the morning before he goes to sleep. I do my best to ensure his needs are met. With my chores, career, the kids and his chores now too, I have about 5hrs sleep daily. Not because it's a Wife's 'job', but because I want to and I know the better he's cared for, the better he will perform and a safer commute. You might want to consider asking questions before posting unfounded assumptions.
Oh you poor little thing! Doing what any loving spouse would do for their family and you act as if you should be given pots of gold for your sacrifices. Get over yourself. If you are so damn busy and don't get enough sleep then why in the hell are you yakking on the computer every day? STFU, take a shower and go to bed. I bet your hubby is "eating at the "Y" every day" anyway so skip the breakfast crap and get some sleep or your "career" will suffer. It obviously doesn't suffer too much or you wouldn't have time to chat all night long. Admit it. You want to find out all the signs and signals that come up when your ole man is cheating with the 3rd shift honey's and you were hoping the other women on here would clue you in! Go to bed, old hag! Get some sleep. Smell your ole man's breath when he comes in and save yourself some time. If it smells like Lacey's or Candy's or Trina's ass then there's probably a reason for it.

Nitey-nite!
Dean

Glasgow, KY

#26 Oct 6, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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Who are you talking to? I started this thread to talk to others in my situation not to have people post rudely or spread things...
I was thinking maybe you wanted to spread things....like your legs baby! 9in and looking to please, oraly or however you like it.
vote 4 obama

Edmonton, KY

#27 Oct 6, 2012
9 in hold crap are u cut
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#28 Oct 6, 2012
Trinas ole man wrote:
<quoted text>Oh you poor little thing! Doing what any loving spouse would do for their family and you act as if you should be given pots of gold for your sacrifices. Get over yourself. If you are so damn busy and don't get enough sleep then why in the hell are you yakking on the computer every day? STFU, take a shower and go to bed. I bet your hubby is "eating at the "Y" every day" anyway so skip the breakfast crap and get some sleep or your "career" will suffer. It obviously doesn't suffer too much or you wouldn't have time to chat all night long. Admit it. You want to find out all the signs and signals that come up when your ole man is cheating with the 3rd shift honey's and you were hoping the other women on here would clue you in! Go to bed, old hag! Get some sleep. Smell your ole man's breath when he comes in and save yourself some time. If it smells like Lacey's or Candy's or Trina's ass then there's probably a reason for it.

Nitey-nite!
How an I acting like I should be given pots of gold? Did I every say I wanting recognition? I was just clarifying that I have no qualms with 3rd shift as I know it's a good job and a blessing to have. I was illustrating that I too have a career and family to support (with kids & household 90% up to me now with him on nights). Just mentioned those points to silence the 'lazy & complaining" insults. Also, I don't have any issues with running on 5hrs. It was to illustrate the amount of responsibilities I have. As for the computer, when my work is done its up to me how I spend my free time. It's called budgeting your time. Why be in a rush to go to bed when there's no one there? Considering my Husband is gone anyway and I'm up late anyway, I started this thread thinking it would be nice to meet other spouses living around a spouse on 3rd shift. As for cheating, it's not a concern. We are both open and he knows that if he's ever not happy with me to be honest and we'll go separate ways. I do my job and maintain my career while ensuring he's provided for physically and mentally. Our communication and honestly allows that freedom. We both are adults and as such go where we want with friends of either or same-sex with no reason to worry. It's called trust. Why are you so bitter anyway?
Apparently you are another rude and close-minded poster who couldn't read. That all I wanted was to have a thread for others in this situation.*sigh* Guess I just need to keep repeating that!!
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#29 Oct 6, 2012
Dean wrote:
<quoted text>I was thinking maybe you wanted to spread things....like your legs baby! 9in and looking to please, oraly or however you like it.
Dude no offense, but size don't matter. Most guys that brag perceive size via the rosy glasses created by their ego. Plus, my Husband knows my appetite (and vise versa). He does well to keep up...when it's not a night he's working. Even then, there's always 'breakfast' before he leaves for work. Thank you for your offer, but I couldn't cheat on him.
Sharon

Campbellsville, KY

#30 Oct 7, 2012
My husband does.
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#31 Oct 7, 2012
Sharon wrote:
My husband does.
How long has he been working third shift?
STHU

Glasgow, KY

#32 Oct 7, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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How an I acting like I should be given pots of gold? Did I every say I wanting recognition? I was just clarifying that I have no qualms with 3rd shift as I know it's a good job and a blessing to have. I was illustrating that I too have a career and family to support (with kids & household 90% up to me now with him on nights). Just mentioned those points to silence the 'lazy & complaining" insults. Also, I don't have any issues with running on 5hrs. It was to illustrate the amount of responsibilities I have. As for the computer, when my work is done its up to me how I spend my free time. It's called budgeting your time. Why be in a rush to go to bed when there's no one there? Considering my Husband is gone anyway and I'm up late anyway, I started this thread thinking it would be nice to meet other spouses living around a spouse on 3rd shift. As for cheating, it's not a concern. We are both open and he knows that if he's ever not happy with me to be honest and we'll go separate ways. I do my job and maintain my career while ensuring he's provided for physically and mentally. Our communication and honestly allows that freedom. We both are adults and as such go where we want with friends of either or same-sex with no reason to worry. It's called trust. Why are you so bitter anyway?
Apparently you are another rude and close-minded poster who couldn't read. That all I wanted was to have a thread for others in this situation.*sigh* Guess I just need to keep repeating that!!
Is there something wrong with your keyboard? Because all we see is whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aa whaaaa!
Honey, you just need to shut up. If you ole man is cheating with this month's "two tons of fun factory ho flavor of the month" you will find out eventually. Quit being so paranoid.
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#33 Oct 7, 2012
STHU wrote:
<quoted text>Is there something wrong with your keyboard? Because all we see is whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aa whaaaa!
Honey, you just need to shut up. If you ole man is cheating with this month's "two tons of fun factory ho flavor of the month" you will find out eventually. Quit being so paranoid.
Actually my keyboard works better than your ability to read and comprehend. Your attempts at insulting me are quite useless. Had your posts actually coincided with anything I've said then I might be offended. I have NEVER said I had any reason to assume he was cheating and I did NOT start this thread with any purpose other than to communicate with other locals with spouses on third shift. How am I being 'paranoid' if I've never even posted about worries that DON'T exist?! You make no sense except to yourself.
Me Too

Sacramento, CA

#34 Aug 27, 2013
Yes, my husband also works third shift and has done so for over a decade. Its killng my marriage. I have tried to be supportive but have grown tired of being alone. I also have grown resentful because I know this is not fair to me. I have asked him to change shifts or jobs to be on a first shift position and he has no done so. Says there are no jobs available. If he does not make a change soon we will not be married. Period.
Married to a lard bucket

Glasgow, KY

#35 Aug 27, 2013
Me Too wrote:
Yes, my husband also works third shift and has done so for over a decade. Its killng my marriage. I have tried to be supportive but have grown tired of being alone. I also have grown resentful because I know this is not fair to me. I have asked him to change shifts or jobs to be on a first shift position and he has no done so. Says there are no jobs available. If he does not make a change soon we will not be married. Period.
i work 3rd shift so I don't have to look at my lazy fat 350lb pig wife no more than I have too. I try to work seven days a week when they let me. The weekends they don't let me work I stay drunk all weekend cause its only way I can stand to look at her expecially when she's eating. The last weekend I was off I had to reenforce her bed with steel beams so it would hold her up and also replace the shocks on her mini van.
Granny

Horse Cave, KY

#36 Aug 29, 2013
Third shift is very hard on you, I worked it for years had to it was all I could get after my husband left me and married her. Yeah you feel like your in another world and don't even know what day it is. It messes up your system so bad and some days you can sleep and others you can't. And then when you are off you get all messed up on your sleep too. I did make around 250.00 more on the month for shift premium so that was a blessing.Please remember that he will probably be short at times especially if he resents working 3rds just try and keep his home life as stable as you can.Clean home and clothes everything neat and orderly and good foods. Sounds like to me honey that you are pulling your own load too.Just love him honey and do the best you can, I feel sorry for you young couples with children trying to make it these days, put your faith in the good Lord and always try to live His way and you'll never go wrong.What you see on T.V. is not reality in marriages but God's word is. You sound like to me you are doing a great job and I would just like to encourage you to keep up the good work you are doing with your precious family. May God Bless you and your family!
Night Owl

Campbellsville, KY

#37 Aug 29, 2013
Granny wrote:
Third shift is very hard on you, I worked it for years had to it was all I could get after my husband left me and married her. Yeah you feel like your in another world and don't even know what day it is. It messes up your system so bad and some days you can sleep and others you can't. And then when you are off you get all messed up on your sleep too. I did make around 250.00 more on the month for shift premium so that was a blessing.Please remember that he will probably be short at times especially if he resents working 3rds just try and keep his home life as stable as you can.Clean home and clothes everything neat and orderly and good foods. Sounds like to me honey that you are pulling your own load too.Just love him honey and do the best you can, I feel sorry for you young couples with children trying to make it these days, put your faith in the good Lord and always try to live His way and you'll never go wrong.What you see on T.V. is not reality in marriages but God's word is. You sound like to me you are doing a great job and I would just like to encourage you to keep up the good work you are doing with your precious family. May God Bless you and your family!
Thank you very much for your kind words and for restoring my faith in humanity!
moneycangotohell

Tampa, FL

#38 Apr 27, 2015
Night Owl wrote:
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Thank you very much for your kind words and for restoring my faith in humanity!
Humanity...thats a nice word. Humane would be to get another fucking job before I kill myself taking fucking uppers all day and downers all night trying to keep up with a husband who insists on working third shift. If I remember correctly...we did just fine a few years ago before he started this job. God made day and night....third shift is for the devils work and I can see why now. I cant sleep when hes at work so we bought me really really REALLY nice gun and im so freakin crazy on all these pills I swear I will shoot the first idiot who walks onto my property. Husbands...and wives....if you want your marriage to work....get a normal job. Unless you want your marriage to go to hell then pray for something to happen so you can be together There is nothing normal about working third shift. As for cooking, I give up, because he is the only one eating around here. As for cleaning, im on it, because it is the only thing that makes me feel like I am not completely worthless. As for sex, I am done asking for it, because working third shift is not an excuse to turn me down...ever. Your body is not your own when you are married and depriving one another of sex and just being present in the room will not end well....Trust me...I feel like I am in hell. I pray to my Father in Heaven this will end soon....or that I will go home soon. You never know what you have until it is gone.

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