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HUGE Argument with dh's friend

(19 Posts)
Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:18:55

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hunkermunker Sat 02-Jul-05 22:19:54

What a swine! Have you spoken to your DH about it?

assumedname Sat 02-Jul-05 22:20:06

How awful.

Was he drunk?

Pinotmum Sat 02-Jul-05 22:20:53

Why did he do this to you? If you are so upset I think your dh should rethink his friendship.

Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:22:21

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lockets Sat 02-Jul-05 22:22:56

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Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:23:55

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Pinotmum Sat 02-Jul-05 22:24:36

Dh should have let his brother punch him. In fact he could go round and punch him now if he wanted to

lockets Sat 02-Jul-05 22:25:22

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Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:25:22

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Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:26:21

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Pinotmum Sat 02-Jul-05 22:27:17

Oh I've remembered something I'm not to proud of but still ... I was in my 20's with a boyfriend at a party when one of his drinking pals started verbally abusing me for being alive and called me ugly and I let it go and laughed. ALter he fell asleep in the corner drunk and when no-one was looking I pushed him off the chair and he landed really hard on the floor. I left him there for someone else to find - apparently the next day his head really hurt

Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:29:59

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HappyHuggy Sat 02-Jul-05 22:30:14

I would have wanted dh to punch him (although thats probably the wrong thing to do) but i would have needed to feel protected. Dh had the chance to prove that he could look after me three years ago and all i wanted was for him to say he was going to kill him, thats all, not actually do it but say it. to make a point of making me feel safe and secure but he didnt and ive never felt safe since. I just thought he should have the balls to stand up for me.

HappyHuggy Sat 02-Jul-05 22:30:58

bugger - im so sorry, thats off topic and i didnt mean to even write all that. sorry. dont know where that came from. am sorry.

Pinotmum Sat 02-Jul-05 22:32:48

HH, I know what you mean

Mosschops30 Sat 02-Jul-05 22:32:57

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Pinotmum Sat 02-Jul-05 22:38:53

This guy should apologise to you before your dh considers remaining friendly. I had a bit of an argument with one of dh's friends at a wedding last year. Quite a bit led up to it but suffice to say this guy is not tactfull and I had held my tongue for too long. A little alcohol and a few home truths came out many of them my way of showing loyalty to dh. However, dh still sees this guy though he doesn't admit to it. I just feel a little let down but so long as I don't have this guy in my face I'll live with it. However, he doesn't want to fall asleep on a chair ... Oh I need help with my violent tendancies don't I??

NickyJB Sat 02-Jul-05 22:44:58

Hi Mosschops30. I reckon we get him next Wednesday - beats taking the kids to the pool!!!

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