MVP PRIZES BI-YEARLY AND 2 YEAR OLD GUILD
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So they can't stay there because she doesn't like people in her home even though they're your family but she is happy to let them stay if they pay. Honestly your wife sounds greedy and I'd be surprised if this doesn't turn the relationship with your parents abit sour
I agree! OP, it’s little stuff like this that you start seeing people’s true colors. Your wife is not nice. Family is family and you don’t treat families who treat you nice like that. That venomous.
They are also your family and if you paid for the house you have a say in it too. Put your foot down and don’t turn your back on your own family too.
A lot of short tempers arise and there's a lot of infighting, not necessarily bullying though. People would tease my girlfriend and I about our relationship but not really in a bad way, although she took it a lot worse than I did (I thought it was fine). Ever since she stopped really coming around the teasing has stopped. I can't go into detail on everything for the sake of protecting my team's image, but a lot of it has come and gone over the years and there's not many long lasting issues. Nothing fairly out of the ordinary for any high school group. And as I am no longer a student on the team, it will affect me far less.
/u/meloetta and /u/feed_me_ramen you both had the same question, here's your answer.
Well here’s another thing, knowing the history of your gf with the team, would she be ok of you joining a college team? Don’t give up on robotics but advance to a different team and grow yourself.
I know you want to mentor, but that’s what teachers for. College teams are a lot different and more serious. Something you should look into.
Instagram influencers who have hundreds of thousands of followers who are literally filming everything they do/think. You can tell the people they spend time with are uncomfortable with the constant filming yet they still do it (not socially aware or just dgaf?). AND it's because people keep watching. Viewing/living life through someone else's camera and everyone is completely ok with it
Let’s be honest, they think people watches it but nobody really watches it.
I’ve never been to Topo but I’ve been to Lena and loved it.
You are still young! You should focus on yourself and your goals and future. Guys come and go, and people change. When you are older and look back, you’ll see your bf in a different light. Who knows, he may change and become better. But don’t waste your time on him when you can do so much more for yourself.
I get it! I was in the same position before. As long as you guys talked about timelines and it’s a timeline that you BOTH are happy with and trust each other, then that’s all it matters.
I get the financial part too. We paid our wedding ourselves. We had to budget and work backwards to see how much we need to save for the wedding and that gave us a timeline to work with.
We got married pretty much last in the group, but let me tell you, it worked out way better that way. We’ve learned all the mistakes people did. We knew what not to do and what to do to avoid drama. At the end, we had a pretty drama free wedding on our part.
Yep, it’s weird because it’s just the two of them, right? Anything can happen. Dude, stand up for yourself.
Nah. Like you said, he enjoys being single. He just wanted to have sex on a vacation and that’s it. He’s just not interested in a friendship either. The more you push for it the more turned off he’s going to be. Just let it go.
If the bride is requiring hair and make-up be done professionally then proper etiquette dictates she pay for it.
That is correct. I offered paying for my bridesmaids hair and makeup if they wish, but I also allow them to do their own hair and makeup. Only two bridesmaids took the offer because they honestly have no clue how to do their makeup lol
The comments in here are nuts, you should ignore the prevailing sentiment with extreme prejudice. You're being a loyal friend and your wife is totally in the wrong. Don't shun your friend over mistakes that have absolutely no impact on your life if you don't want to.
That's some small town bullshit. If you saw your friend in a new, unflattering light, that'd be your right too. But if you don't find yourself morally outraged over her dumb drama, don't let anyone else shame you into a different opinion.
When a single person sleeps with a married person, the real fault is always with the person who actually cheated. There isn't some rule against sleeping with married people beyond 'it's a hassle and you shouldn't make a habit of it'. It's their job to keep their vows, not anyone else's.
While for the most part what you said is true, but when OP’s wife is voicing her concerns and discomfort, should OP totally undermine his wife’s concern and stand by his friend? All risking the potential of ruin this marriage because of a friend?
This is what this thread is about. Not about whether cheating is right or wrong, but whether OP should address his wife’s concern by standing by his friend.
should OP totally undermine his wife’s concern and stand by his friend?
should OP totally undermine his wife’s concern and stand by his friend?
He can assure his wife that he has no romantic interest in his friend. But no, his friendship status with this woman should not be up for debate. His wife owes him an apology. Spouses don't get to tell each other who to be friends with. That's classic abusive behavior. Zero tolerance for that shit.
I agree with you on the part about spouses don’t get to tell who to be friends with. That’s just controlling and not right. My husband and I lost friends because they guy’s wives were being controlling.
However most of the times I’ve seen those controlling people, they control either all their spouses friends, or control a specific gender, rarely target a specific person.
When people are concerned about a specific person, it’s usually someone they feel might threaten their marriage. For instance the wife might be cool with all of OP’s female friends but not with this girl.
So at the end, where does one draw the line? When can one really speak up about a specific person who can potentially ruin someone’s life? She might trust the OP but she certainly doesn’t trust this specific person. We also don’t know if the wife is controlling all his friends or only being concerned about this one girl. We don’t have much information and it’s hard to tell. But I get what you’re saying.
If I was there that would quickly turn into andouille and hushpuppy sandwiches... I just ate lunch but now I'm hungry for this!
Wow I think you’re onto something there!
I’m sure it tastes great, but that doesn’t stop it from looking like someone took a piss on a slice of vanilla cake
Yum me want
It was so good ☺️ I wish I knew how to make it
Where can I find this beautiful dish???
Jet’s Pizza 😊
Having a case of being lactose intolerant, just looking at this picture has my stomach hurting, but me being ignorant I would still eat this.
I do and I still ate it 🤣
That is what I call real wagyu.
It’s hard to see it from this picture, but there are some spots that are almost gel like/transparent that you can almost see through. Besides the marbling, I was amused by those transparent spots!
Am I the only one who read it in that Old Spice commercial voice? Haha
Probably the unfortunate truth that he has feelings for someone else and he wants out of the marriage. He’s using every reason in the book like being married young, you taking advantage of him etc so he can paint you as a bad person and get out.
Bottom line is, when one party falls out of love, there’s not amount of counseling that can make that person fall back in love again because that person is resenting.
Why did you stab it?
Because stabbing cakes is fun 🤣
No but yeah, it seems a lot of restaurants now do that for large slices cakes because for presentation
He's just a little weeb, and the phase will pass, and he'll realise what an idiot he was.
That was my first thought too!!
So, I’m going to go against what everyone has been saying. I’ve looked through your past posts, and there seems to be a hint of common theme of you being a “clingy” friend.
Let’s be honest and cut to the chase. As much as we keep telling people to be nice and accept everyone, there’ll always be a group of “mean” and “cool” people who doesn’t like the one person who is too “clingy” because they have no other friends. You wanted to end these friendships, but in all harsh reality, they are the ones who want to end this friendship with you by giving hints so you would “go away”, but you just won’t “go away”. They don’t want to be the “bad guys” cutting you off, so by not inviting you to trips, they hope that will you will get the hint.
Does that mean it’s your fault or their fault? Not necessarily. It just means you all are not compatible but you’re trying to force yourself into this group. As much as we say accept everyone, people tend to repel others who don’t align with their personalities. I know people always use party people as an example, but same can be said about book clubs. A book club can reject someone for not sharing the same views.
So do recognize that you guys are not compatible and you should probably move away from that group. Of course you’ll be angry because you essentially got rejected. No one likes rejection, let’s admit it.
But what you should do is self reflect and find a group and aligns with your personality more. You don’t like party people, then join supper clubs and such. Also think carefully how you interact with people. Sometimes you may not notice, but you (and general you) could be the annoying clingy awkward person.
What I’m trying to say is, everyone will eventually find their place. It will take time, but never force yourself to a place that rejects you.
Never been a fan of watching someone else beat their meat.
Unless it’s your own meat