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in being happy I do not have a man in my life ; )

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tomhardyismydh Sun 12-Dec-10 00:36:35

My perfect brother has left his perfect life, house, family and perfect wife.

Its christmas party time here this weekend. "family* party last night and a few drunken husbands/partners abandened thier families for alcohol. Pissed up and being twats.

Tonight was even worse, three husbands/parterns absolutly incapasitated with the drikng and having either very small children under 3months and the other under 5, one went walk abouts and after droping 15wk old son at her mums drove the streets looking for him, another fell asleep on the tramoline with duetyfull wife persuading him in (fucking leave him to rot) and the next disapeared down the allyway to throw up. WTF!!

I am on my own and managed to get us to the party, have a drink, well last night at least, as tonight my full bottle of red got smashed by one of these useless feckers and offered no other drink, helped my self to a magners and lemonade in the end (after 2 hours)and then I managed to get home get dd to bed and luckily had wine at home.

Yet another party tomorrow and now im not looking forward to it as I know thier will be some useless fecker who does not give a toss about his family enjoying a christmas party.

Im begining to think this is normal behaviour from men and im fed of seeing women accepting it.

Happy and glorious on my own!!

MrManager Sun 12-Dec-10 00:45:48

Drunken post?

tomhardyismydh Sun 12-Dec-10 00:48:19

not drunk, just surprised in at some behaviour.

thats my normal poor spelling and gramer, grin

NoelEdmondshair Sun 12-Dec-10 01:00:55

YANBU to be happy on your own. YABU to think that the behaviour you've witnessed is typical. Think you just have some weird acquaintances.

tomhardyismydh Sun 12-Dec-10 01:11:20

I hope in a way you are right noel, but I dont think so. I mix with many different people and seems no matter what walk of life this seems to happen way to often, maybe not the norm granted, but definetly accpeted behaviour from many women.

tomhardyismydh Sun 12-Dec-10 01:12:16

accepted behaviour by many women I should say.

textfan Sun 12-Dec-10 01:12:57

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

tomhardyismydh Sun 12-Dec-10 01:13:24

maybe my first sentance is what is clouding my view of this weekend hmm

KalokiMallow Sun 12-Dec-10 01:14:46

I don't think it is all that typical behaviour, but maybe the people I spend time with aren't all that typical.

Glad you are happy though

tomhardyismydh Sun 12-Dec-10 01:15:30

so true textfan grin. i was a bit fed up on my own with xmas looming but last week I embrased it and held my head high and now i feel disapointed in the men around me.

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