Picture the Scene  

madkitten 53F
433 posts
10/7/2005 3:36 am

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Picture the Scene

Since I wrote my last blog, my mind has been racing with the following scene.

Imagine a quite English pub.

Wife "I need to tell you some things about me"

Husband "oh Yes"

Wife "for the past 4 months I have been exchanging sex texts with my 1st love, its ok though cause his wife doesnt know either"

Husband "WHAAAAATTTT, Hooooow, Why"

Wife "cause he is just so good at it"

Husband "but you dont like sex"

Wife "I always liked it with him"

Husband (standing)

Wife "wait sit down there is more I need to tell you, that site I blog on, well its really a sex add site for swingers and dating"

Husband "thats not what you told me"

Wife "I know, the photos that you mentioned that you caught a glimpse of are people wanting sex"


Wife "Yes and I write to guys all over the world and we exchange erotica and naughty photos"


Wife "Storys about sex, things I would like to do, sexuall things I would like to do"

Husband (Bright red and standing)

Wife "sit down I havent finished you remember last week, when you came round and I was so tired"

Husband (sitting and trying very hard to control himself) "yes"

Wife "well I had just left another couple, who had tied me to the bed and we f**ked for 2 hours"

Husband (standing up)"what the F**K have you been playing at, was it against your will"

Wife "Oh no, I wanted them too and when I say couple it was Me, her and him"

Husband (picking up bar stool)

Wife (running)and shouting "are you sure you still want to try again"

digdug41 49M

10/7/2005 5:54 am

hey MK you are the only one who know's whats up ahead and in your plight to become unburdend you have to do what you have to do. just make sure that it is what you want and start the process to become free but it sounds like its gonna be a bumpy road so strap in

roaming the cyber streets of blogland

DefiniteTrouble 50F

10/7/2005 8:00 am

LMFAO...you're so bad!

ByteChaser2 52M

10/7/2005 8:28 am

Sounds about the way mine went - except it was a carving knife in the kitchen... And no 3 some with me tied to a bed...

Question is though... DOES he still want to try again?

rm_VoodooGuru1 49M
2053 posts
10/7/2005 11:56 am

You know I wish yoy were happier, but...


dranba 39F

10/7/2005 3:30 pm

Hi Madkitten,

I've read a few of your posts (but not all) and this one made me smile!

I can imagine how badly one half of you must want to say it - like a verbal two fingers, but I can also understand that perhaps it's not the best route to take!!

I may be out of line here, but I want to say this: The one thing that really stands out from your posts is your strength. To be able to laugh and share as you have done shows a real determination to enjoy life, and you should.

All the best

madkitten 53F
291 posts
10/7/2005 3:36 pm

As you may of gathered the above post was written by my imagination which works on a very different level to my brain, thats the good thing about my imagination it can get away with so much more than I can, but tends to tell the truth. If I actually did say any of that stuff to him, I would need a couple of body guards and a get away car.

Stan, Its one heck of a big chasm, and its basically sex with him that I dont like, but think thats linked to alot of other problems, not just sex.

Voodoo he is a simple guy and to him thats a long word, if I said porn or sex stories he would understand.

rm_deaminveni 50M
116 posts
10/8/2005 4:20 am

Seems like your brain is ahead of the game. I've just looked through your past posts (the ones I missed), and you're heading down the road. Marriage counselling did squat for my marriage, but I wish you all the luck in the world. It's got to be worth a try if you think the relationship is worth saving.

As for your jusband being a different person now to when you met him. We all are madkitten, you, me, him, and every reader of these posts. We all change over time. I guess we all hope that when we marry someone we'll grow into different people together. When that doesn't happen we end up at the crossroads you now find yourself at. One road leads to a saved relationship and mutual understanding, the other leads to a new life with new freedoms (and also new burdens, it ain't a free ride). The counselling will help you determine whether the relationship is worth saving or not, I doubt that it will turn a failed relationship into a successful one.

I guess you're standing at that crossroads now, I hope you choose the right path, and wish you all the best in making your choice.

madkitten 53F
291 posts
10/8/2005 1:19 pm

Dranba Thank you for joining in my blog, yes you are right I would love to say all that to him and it would be the 2 fingers job, thank you for your comments you are very right, I do so want to enjoy life.

Deaminveni, I feel like Im on spaghetti junction at the moment, with high roads, low roads, do I get of here or wait till I get there, or should it be the M25 going round in circles and getting no where fast.

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
10/9/2005 2:25 pm

Shame I read tomorrow's post first. This scenario makes me smile more. You've got spirit for sure! warm xx

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