Guy's... Such a wierd thing in today's society...  

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
3114 posts
6/16/2005 6:10 am

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Guy's... Such a wierd thing in today's society...

Why are guy’s so worthless?

Sheesh, my sister’s boyfriend is a real piece of work!

My sister really rushed into the relationship with him, which is more or less her fault.

They just had a baby a little over a year ago…

Ever since the child was born, he treats her like dirt…

He only works a part-time job on three days of the week. Yet he is always complaining because he is broke all the time.

He says, “You’re the one that wanted to have a child, I shouldn’t have to pay a dime for her.”

He just graduated from college back in April… and still has not bothered looking for a full-time job.

He refuses to watch the baby at all and makes my sister send her to daycare everyday despite the fact it costs a lot of money.

He literally is 30 years old and sits at home “all day” watching pornomovies or he plays with Lego’s.

His great career dream in life is to be a pornography director! What a dream! Heh…

These are really just a few (I did say few) of his “many” flaws. All I know is… people such as this should not be allowed to have children…

An adoption agency sure as heck would not allow an idiot like this to adopt a child. There should be a law in effect that requires certain skills of a parent before they can legally conceive or adopt.

There was one day awhile back that he was flirting with some gal he use to date right while my sister was in front of him. She started telling him to leave, so he threw a bunch of stuff all over and screamed at he telling her to “STFU”. I heard one of the plates crash, so I walked out of my bedroom with my katana in hand…

He ran out the front door as fast as a bolt of lightning…

He has never even raised his voice to her again after that…

Some men need to learn to treat women with respect. If they can not handle the responsibility of parenthood… then they need to keep their fu**ing manhood in their pants. This goes for unfit mothers as well! Wearing protection is not 100% safe… nothing is 100% safe! If you can not handle that, then keep it shut or keep it zipped!

davis155 32M

6/22/2005 11:15 pm

o... hall

juju34single 47F

6/17/2005 10:46 am

Ask her to mentally fast forward and see if this kind of treatment is going to make her baby a strong and secure person, and above all, loved.
Ask her if she wants her baby, and herself to be surrounded by strength and love, or if she wants herself and that wonderful child to be bulldozed on a daily basis, until one cannot be bulldozed any longer.
Most children are resilient, but subconsciously, things remain, and cause issues later on in life, and most of those issues are triggered by something else altogether.

hopes it sinks in for her won't only benefit her, but it will save her baby from more unwanted and unwarranted pain

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
1241 posts
6/17/2005 5:40 am

I agree justsexme... I live with them as well and would be more then willing to take the responsibility of helping to raise her. I have told her this, but it just is not seeming to sink in...

rm_JUSTsex4me 37F
185 posts
6/16/2005 9:30 pm

I actually posted to your article on this in the magazine and then came across your blog. I know that in todays society it is frowned upon by some people for a woman to raise a child alone but I I know that your sister could do alot better than this guy. There are men out there who would treat her and her child the way they deserve to be treated. It sounds to me that this guy needs a good ass kicking and your sister definitely needs to send him packing. What he is doing is mentally, verbally and possibly physically abusing her. Also, the way he is treating his child is appalling. I have a 4-year-old son and would remove his father from his life completely if he ever even thought about treating him like that. If your sister allows this to keep happening it will damage her and her child emotionally and mentally in the long run. She needs to realize that regardless of the age of the child, the relationship she has with this worthless man will have an affect of the way the child will ultimately view relationships later in life. Tell her to get out while she can.

juju34single 47F

6/16/2005 7:30 pm

Thanks too, Mystic

juju34single 47F

6/16/2005 7:29 pm

smiles sweetly
Thanks hopeeternal

I have a unsheathed sword hanging on my wall too.
Never had to take it down though.
I am Celt by blood.
Warriors can be both men and women.
So I too got a smile from seeing your inclusion about your Katana.

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
1241 posts
6/16/2005 6:39 pm

I don't take kindly to a man hitting a woman. I knew the baby was out there as well... All I heard was the breaking glass and the screaming... I knew I better go armed. Normally I do not carry a open/exposed blade. When I know someone is already being violent though... I don't hesitate.

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
1241 posts
6/16/2005 6:21 pm

Funny how guys are huh? They love the wetspot, but can't handle what can come out of it!

If it is cum, they love it...

If it is a child, they scream and run...

mi_mwpm 52M

6/16/2005 4:48 pm

I burst out when you got to walking out with the katana. Serious subject, but that set me off.

I can relate to the sister with no taste in guys... mine married a guy who decided that he wasn't happy after the second child and basically walked out. He does, occasionally, make support payments. Next she hooked up with a guy that ran screaming when she became pregnant. She's still fighting to get him to pay support for my neice.

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
1241 posts
6/16/2005 4:00 pm

Wonderful saying Juju...

juju34single 47F

6/16/2005 2:34 pm

Yeesh, this guy sounds like a real loser.
Hopefully she will see his...erm qualities before vows are taken.

I also believe that respect is a 2 way road, and that is why I treat others how I want to be treated.
In the last paragraph up there my friend, I am in total agreement.

That brings to mind the saying "If you play, you pay."
It isn't 100% correct though. If there is a child from that results from the playing then it is a whole new ball game. The baby didn't ask to be born.
If you can't handle the responsibilities and possible rammifications that an unprotected coupling may bring about, then, as my Gramma used to say..."When in doubt, don't."

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