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to think DH should have better things to do at work than wind me up?

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LadyOfWaffle Fri 12-Jun-09 17:25:28

This is so childish but I am pissed off.

Went on FB and saw DH had become a fan of Danielle Lloyd. Now I knew either a) DH did it for a laugh to wind me up or b) the 15 yr old in DH had come out (always makes me hmm when married men become 'fans' of page 3 models etc.)

So I text him and asked why he was, and he replied " because [work mate/supervisor] said type her name in , so I did and hit become a fan. I showed him your text and he is laughing"

So he did it for a cheap laugh with a work mate. Now, normally I can take a joke really well but his workmate cheats all the time on his wife - even though she is pregnant with no.3 and boasts about it and now DH is starting to show a twuntish attitude (well, just this one time). I can't stand the fact me & his mates wife are sitting at home, raising their children while they laugh at us angry

LadyOfWaffle Fri 12-Jun-09 17:41:35

Well... I don't think I am grin

aGalChangedHerName Fri 12-Jun-09 17:45:10

Saddos eh? I ahte men like that.

DH has a supervisor who works for him who constantly ends up shagging some random woman every time there is a night out. He is much the same. Luckily for DH he knows better than to behave like that. Or at least i don't know about it. <ignorance is bliss>

LadyOfWaffle Fri 12-Jun-09 17:56:30

Ha, maybe it's the same guy! I don't want this creep to lure DH into "who cares about the wife?!/lets have a laugh at their expense" attitude.

oldraver Sat 13-Jun-09 16:36:05

IF it bothers you that much I would just ask him .."So why are you acting on the advise of someone whose cheating on his pregnant wife ?"

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