Lexington

Dunmor, KY

#1 Feb 24, 2013
How many of you know a mother that runninh arounf, tanning, being on fb, topix, getting a pedicure is so much more imporyant than being with their young child? I know one thats sick and goin shopping and wondering if somebody is paying attention to them is twice as important than the sick child at home! Right or wrong?
truthis

Cadiz, KY

#2 Feb 24, 2013
There is a lot of them. Dad's too.
Dude

White Plains, KY

#3 Feb 25, 2013
Seriously dude? So we should hold the moms up in the house 24/7? Bet your old lady is thrilled to be married to you. Lmao. Doesn't hurt one bit for my old lady to get out and away. Hell she shops on my money.
Sniper

United States

#4 Feb 25, 2013
That is the problem with kids today the dad don't care what the mom does,and the mom does what she wants wake the hell up and save your children .
truthis

Cadiz, KY

#5 Feb 25, 2013
Sniper wrote:
That is the problem with kids today the dad don't care what the mom does,and the mom does what she wants wake the hell up and save your children .
Amen!! People got their priorities mixed up.
Lmao

Tucker, GA

#6 Feb 25, 2013
You guys need help! You live in your perfect little world where you can control your wife. How happy are you two anyways? Worked good for ya huh? Lol
goodhusband

Tucker, GA

#7 Feb 25, 2013
My wife goes and gets her nails done twice a month..and her hair eveey 6 weeks. And she doesnt takw our daughtee bc she doewnt do good foe thst long. But what is an houe out of rhe house?? Shw deserves it
Best

White Plains, KY

#8 Feb 25, 2013
I don't care a bit for my wife to go get her self pampered either. I'd say the sorry a$$ that started this is a control freak. Insecure there a little bud? Maybe one of the reasons your wife is miserable? I know you didn't say she was, but I can't imagine her being happy. Your self esteem that low you can't allow her out of the house by herself?
honesty

Cadiz, KY

#9 Feb 25, 2013
It doesn't hurt for a mother to go out with out her children every once in awhile to get her hair,nail or even go out with her friends on night on a weekend to go shopping. Just as long as its not every weekend or she never has her kids during the week. As a mother myself yes it's nice to go shopping every once in a with my friends without my child. But at the Sametime I still miss my child and instead of shopping for myself I always end up coming home with nothing for myself. It won't hurt some of these daddy's to have a full day of what the mothers go thru on a daily basis for once. Yes it's vice versa if my spouse wanted to go out with his friends he could.
truthis

Cadiz, KY

#10 Feb 25, 2013
They did nt say it was their wife and the child is sick. Does that change anything? For most moms it does. There is nothing wrong with being pampered. But honestly, how many moms go off and leave a sick child for anything other than work? Seriously.
Honestly

White Plains, KY

#11 Feb 25, 2013
If say that the "boy" who started this thread probably has his head buried up his a$$ rt now. Wasn't the response you had planned on huh? Hope you feel as stupid as you look. But my wife does the same thing. When she does get to go shopping she comes back with bags of clothes for our son. Got to admit, she is selfless
truthis

Cadiz, KY

#12 Feb 25, 2013
Honestly wrote:
If say that the "boy" who started this thread probably has his head buried up his a$$ rt now. Wasn't the response you had planned on huh? Hope you feel as stupid as you look. But my wife does the same thing. When she does get to go shopping she comes back with bags of clothes for our son. Got to admit, she is selfless
Most moms are like that. But there are a few that could care less about their children. Most parents will sacrafice everything for their children as we should. I do not know if the person that started this thread is married to this person or not. It could be a grandparent or an ex for that matter but if the child is sick, doesnt most mothers stay home?
Humm

United States

#13 Feb 25, 2013
Guess that would depend on how helpful the dad is or if the dad is even around. Why don't you just ask the woman yourself? Or are you that scared of her? Could we be dealing with a coward?
truthis

Cadiz, KY

#14 Feb 25, 2013
Humm wrote:
Guess that would depend on how helpful the dad is or if the dad is even around. Why don't you just ask the woman yourself? Or are you that scared of her? Could we be dealing with a coward?
who me?
Humm

White Plains, KY

#15 Feb 25, 2013
Funny how you assume it's you when the word coward is mentioned. Lmbo. Do you need a spine to borrow long enough to say what you need too? Mine is a little worn out from working in the mines but still stronger than yours evidently. No more than what you do, and yes I'm referring to you being unemployed, your should be stronger than that. Lol
Happy

United States

#17 Feb 25, 2013
Hell I know a woman that moved a man in her home with her children, knowing him for only two months and he don't have a job, he is a garage seller and she pushes her kids off too the grandparents every weekend to keep from losing her boy toy and he has a child he doesn't take care of! He's a fake and she's plum stupid and she didn't even pick a man with morals he has fake ones! She calls herself a good mother move a man in two months with nothing but clothes on his back and to be in his late 20s that should be a red flag that's he's a loser! Isn't that dangerous this day and time, he has some bad issues and I feel for the kids!
truthis

Cadiz, KY

#18 Feb 25, 2013
Happy wrote:
Hell I know a woman that moved a man in her home with her children, knowing him for only two months and he don't have a job, he is a garage seller and she pushes her kids off too the grandparents every weekend to keep from losing her boy toy and he has a child he doesn't take care of! He's a fake and she's plum stupid and she didn't even pick a man with morals he has fake ones! She calls herself a good mother move a man in two months with nothing but clothes on his back and to be in his late 20s that should be a red flag that's he's a loser! Isn't that dangerous this day and time, he has some bad issues and I feel for the kids!
but does it make sense what i have said in my posts? I did not mean to upset anyone. I dont know the person they are talking about in the first post. I am merely saying most moms wont leave their kids if they are sick to shop. I was not saying that mommies dont need pampering every once in a while. God knows somedays we really need it. And there are some great dads out thete too. But thete are some moms and dads that just dont care. Did my posts come off wrong?
wake up

Slaughters, KY

#19 Mar 7, 2013
an I bet the one he's talking about is his baby mama and their all drawing chks and getting their nails done on the 3rd of the month

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