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Checo_13_2_max50

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Posted about 7 years ago

 

For guys to get mad about this: My hubby does this on occasion ...... we will get into an argument before work (doesn't happen often, but sometimes shit happens), and anyway he will get mad because friends at my work will think he is an asshole....after I have come into work crying. I told him, well, you make me cry, then send me into work....what do you expect them to think? He just doesn't get it.
::sigh::
Is this just a guy thing or what?


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Piper_icon_max50

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hahahahhahahaaa! Oh man. I am very young, but I know a trap when I see one. BARTENDER! Get the tab, I'm going home! Not touching this with a 30 foot pole.

Death_max50

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Are you asking if it's a guy thing that guys are jackasses?

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Jessie, here's your solution: Don't allow him to make you cry. My husband can be a total asshole. When he pisses me off that bad, I just hit the gym and then suck it up before work. Never let home life interfere with work.

Checo_13_2_max50

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Hi Xray, I hear ya. What he did tho, was he TOOK me to work, then acted the jerk just before he dropped me off, so I was crying when I walked in. It's early when I start so its just us workers in there, no customers. My work buds let me vent, then I was ok and back to my happy sunny self. I usually can find humor in every situation, and was able to joke about this too, after I stopped being PO'd.
Dayngerus, no, all guys aren't assholes........I was wondering if its a guy thing for you men to be so thickheaded, or do you all misunderstand what we try to say ON PURPOSE?

LOL.

It's starting to storm here, so I have to sign off. Don't want to blow up my 'puter. Then I wouldn't be able to come here and visit you guys, and that, my friends, would make me unhappy.

On that note, I bid you all good night, stay safe, and I will be back to talk at cha soon.

((((hugs everyone))))


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Piper_icon_max50

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I'm hitting the road too. Goodnight everyone! Godspeed and my prayers to all on duty tonight.

063_max50

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All my wife does is praise me at her job, so I wouldn't know how to answer your question.

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jims4 said:

All my wife does is praise me at her job, so I wouldn't know how to answer your question.

LOL...that is some funny stuff there.... And I agree, not all guys are assholes just pick some strange times to start an argument. But like I say, "It is what it is"

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My opinion, keep your homelife home and talk to your husband about whatever problems are causing you to get upset.. If all your coworkers see is the bad, they have no other opinion of him but that.. Get some counseling if you need it together if it happends all of the time. If you love each other, it's worth it.. As Cops we all know how tough it is to balance homelife and our worklife.. Good luck!

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I don't know how to answer this one either Jessie! I've never been a cryer so I've never had a conversation like that with my husband. I would have loved to have been able to play the tears card many times, but I usually cursed a blue streak and went about my bidness....

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All kidding aside, my wife and I are married 20 years, and have never had a fight. When we met, I told her if you think I'm spending the rest of my life fighting and arguing, you're nuts. She agreed. We have had our disagreements, but neither of us has ever raised our voices to one another. If there's a problem, we talk about it, and it's done and over. Neither one of us will ever have any regrets this way. I cannot imagine ever getting my wife to the point of crying. I would feel so bad, and would in all honesty, cry myself.

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Also if you see that the conversation is going bad, stop the conversation and ask or suggest to finish it at home in
the evening, but don't start something on the phone with him while he is at work either. I did this just once and no
sooner did I open my mouth, I realized it was wrong and Apologized Immediately. ( I was younger then too).

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Jessie make him cry by telling him to sleep on the couch. LOL

Shedevil2_max50

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jims4 said:

All kidding aside, my wife and I are married 20 years, and have never had a fight. When we met, I told her if you think I'm spending the rest of my life fighting and arguing, you're nuts. She agreed. We have had our disagreements, but neither of us has ever raised our voices to one another. If there's a problem, we talk about it, and it's done and over. Neither one of us will ever have any regrets this way. I cannot imagine ever getting my wife to the point of crying. I would feel so bad, and would in all honesty, cry myself.

awwwww............sniff , sniff........last man made me cry.......ummmmm , let me see......damn , i'm old......jess , my mom always told me nerer let em' see you sweat , so i guess this applies ................. never let em' see you cry !


...don't play with me , i'll keep you way up after your bedtime.....

3734983337_1__max50

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I had pizza for lunch!!

Shedevil2_max50

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okay i get it bb...........ram huh .........i saw that shy thing.........


...don't play with me , i'll keep you way up after your bedtime.....

3734983337_1__max50

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yes im very shy............

3734983337_1__max50

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i have a question for the women here...........i have been with my wife for about 18 years now. how is it women can remember what shampoo they used the night before we met but can't remember how long the oil light has been on in my truck?

Shedevil2_max50

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me too.........i don't believe for one minute , well maybe for a minute..........


...don't play with me , i'll keep you way up after your bedtime.....

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Homelife stays home, period. I don't know what good can come of telling all of your personal life at work. I do have one good friend that I can confide in, that's it, and he doesn't know everything. Don't need my co-workers getting biased opinions of my spouse. Fights take two to be a fight and we are all not innocent as far as never starting them etc. So I don't tell or would want to express my issues at home to my co-workers. Hope it makes sense....lmao

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ODIN said:

i have a question for the women here...........i have been with my wife for about 18 years now. how is it women can remember what shampoo they used the night before we met but can't remember how long the oil light has been on in my truck?

hahah,,lol.......

1z6tp9w_max50

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WHY do you tell people or friends about your problems that is wrong. I have been there. and at the end if it works out you will have all people talking about you. and knowing every think that goes on behind closed doors. and you should leave problems at home don't let him get you down and cry.

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Rate This | Posted about 7 years ago

 

People at my work think my hubby is GREAT!! Which he is...but they think I can be a b!tch, a fact I am proud of and worked hard for ;)

The ex would start a fight with me everyday before I went to work b/c he hated me being a cop, that's why he is my ex.........


"It would be better for one to have a stone tied around their neck and thrown into the sea, than to cause a child to stumble."

"Well-behaved women rarely make history"

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I usually confide in my older sister and that's about it. Otehrwise I'm single at the moment and don't have to worry about the arguments. Of course I love to argue I got that from my mother.

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I think its a guy thing like my wife says.


I love each day like its my last! Why do we are have to be so serious?

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I don't usually argue much...this seems to be a trick question...I pled the 5TH.

Checo_13_2_max50

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Rate This | Posted about 7 years ago

 

thanks everyone. My co-workers do know that my hubby is a good guy (for the most part - LOL) We don't fight often. I am grateful to the powers-that-be-above for my hubby. Sometimes,though, it seems like you men misunderstand us on purpose. Men act like us gals are so complicated, when really, we're not.
Anyway, thanks for the advice, everyone. I appreciate it more than you know.:-)


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Stalker975 said:

I think its a guy thing like my wife says.

My ex-wife would certainly agree!


"You can't lead from behind" Gen'l James Longstreet, CSA

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My wife tells me, "Your such an ASS", and we go on about our business. I know I'm an ASS......I don't mistreat her, but I'm a creative smartass, playing on her every word........she loves it, but she'd never admit to it. Life is too short for hard feelings.