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The most beautiful woman i’d ever seen
#21
Now I’m confused again. 😂
We all have demons, I just choose to feed mine.
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#22
(01-05-2019, 08:34 AM)Jessicat Wrote: Now I’m confused again. 😂

Heh! Join the club! 😜😂😜
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#23
Ok Mr Puddled Duck.
I think you need to really spell it out for us.
Make it into a children’s pop up book! 
Preferably with drawings in it.
😉
We all have demons, I just choose to feed mine.
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#24
So, he basically admits, in another thread that he's a gold digger, marrying her only for sex and money.
Claims he will support her til he dies and never divorce her, yet he changed his number to stop her from contacting him.
Claims the major reason the marriage ended was because of a lack of sex.
One minute claims he loves his wife, the next he doesn't. Love doesn't exist, blah blah blah.
Wife is apparently a cold hearted woman who doesn't give a shit.
Goes on and on about her money and house, then claims he doesn't want it.
And now makes a thread that is obviously supposed to be interpreted that he's talking about his wife, yet now says it's about a step daughter, which is creepy as fuck.
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#25
(01-05-2019, 08:48 AM)TheRealCallie Wrote: So, he basically admits, in another thread that he's a gold digger, marrying her only for sex and money.
Claims he will support her til he dies and never divorce her, yet he changed his number to stop her from contacting him.
Claims the major reason the marriage ended was because of a lack of sex.
One minute claims he loves his wife, the next he doesn't. Love doesn't exist, blah blah blah.
Wife is apparently a cold hearted woman who doesn't give a shit.
Goes on and on about her money and house, then claims he doesn't want it.
And now makes a thread that is obviously supposed to be interpreted that he's talking about his wife, yet now says it's about a step daughter, which is creepy as fuck.

If you think that’s creepy, try the rape thread.
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#26
(01-05-2019, 08:29 AM)ringwood Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:11 AM)Puddled Duck Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:01 AM)ringwood Wrote: I smell a whole load of bullshit with this story....

Why?

Because in your introduction, you mention a failed marriage in its early stages due to a medical situation. You say you were only together for one year, yet here you describe being left at the altar on your wedding day. Unless you are referring to the whole relationship, from meeting to marriage, lasting a year?

I was married in July 2012.

Here’s the wedding video:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iN79C_dOkAs

We met in Feb 2012.

We seperated in Feb 2013.

Never did I say I was left at the alter.

In terms of my medical condition, I had a heart attack in Nov 12, approx. 4 months into the marriage.
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#27
(01-05-2019, 08:40 AM)Jessicat Wrote: Ok Mr Puddled Duck.
I think you need to really spell it out for us.
Make it into a children’s pop up book! 
Preferably with drawings in it.
😉

What is so difficult to understand.

I got married.

On my wedding night had a meal with my wife, well as you do, invited my step daughter along as a thank you for being the bridesmaid.

Obviously she didn’t want to hang around past 11 on our wedding night so left the hotel and went home.

Then I did what most newly weds do on our wedding night.
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#28
(01-05-2019, 09:19 AM)pPuddled Duck Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:29 AM)ringwood Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:11 AM)Puddled Duck Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:01 AM)ringwood Wrote: I smell a whole load of bullshit with this story....

Why?

Because in your introduction, you mention a failed marriage in its early stages due to a medical situation. You say you were only together for one year, yet here you describe being left at the altar on your wedding day. Unless you are referring to the whole relationship, from meeting to marriage, lasting a year?

I was married in July 2012.

Here’s the wedding video:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iN79C_dOkAs

We met in Feb 2012.

We seperated in Feb 2013.

Never did I say I was left at the alter.

In terms of my medical condition, I had a heart attack in Nov 12, approx. 4 months into the marriage.

OK...so she didn’t leave you at the altar, but the marriage didn’t last past the first night - by my reckoning and what you’ve described, that’s my take on the whole situation. Excuse the confusion, but your post seems so melodramatic and contradictory that it’s difficult to grasp the situation. 

On one hand, you say this to begin with: It came to 11pm and we finished our meals and I know my wife had put on some extra special wedding night lingerie, beneath her dress, just for the special night.


Then she sort of looked at me and said ‘sorry Michael I’ve got to go now’, then got up, walked through reception, the courtyard and disappeared into the night! and there was nothing I could do to stop her!.

Then in a reply to Jessicat, you say this: I got married.


On my wedding night had a meal with my wife, well as you do, invited my step daughter along as a thank you for being the bridesmaid.

Obviously she didn’t want to hang around past 11 on our wedding night so left the hotel and went home.

Then I did what most newly weds do on our wedding night.

See what I mean? At first you’ve said that the marriage was never consummated, then it was...Which is it? Thanks though, for clarifying the actual duration of your relationship - that clears up the mental fog a bit... Big Grin
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#29
(01-05-2019, 09:51 AM)ringwood Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 09:19 AM)pPuddled Duck Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:29 AM)ringwood Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:11 AM)Puddled Duck Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 08:01 AM)ringwood Wrote: I smell a whole load of bullshit with this story....

Why?

Because in your introduction, you mention a failed marriage in its early stages due to a medical situation. You say you were only together for one year, yet here you describe being left at the altar on your wedding day. Unless you are referring to the whole relationship, from meeting to marriage, lasting a year?

I was married in July 2012.

Here’s the wedding video:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iN79C_dOkAs

We met in Feb 2012.

We seperated in Feb 2013.

Never did I say I was left at the alter.

In terms of my medical condition, I had a heart attack in Nov 12, approx. 4 months into the marriage.

OK...so she didn’t leave you at the altar, but the marriage didn’t last past the first night - by my reckoning and what you’ve described, that’s my take on the whole situation. Excuse the confusion, but your post seems so melodramatic and contradictory that it’s difficult to grasp the situation. 

On one hand, you say this to begin with: It came to 11pm and we finished our meals and I know my wife had put on some extra special wedding night lingerie, beneath her dress, just for the special night.


Then she sort of looked at me and said ‘sorry Michael I’ve got to go now’, then got up, walked through reception, the courtyard and disappeared into the night! and there was nothing I could do to stop her!.

Then in a reply to Jessicat, you say this: I got married.


On my wedding night had a meal with my wife, well as you do, invited my step daughter along as a thank you for being the bridesmaid.

Obviously she didn’t want to hang around past 11 on our wedding night so left the hotel and went home.

Then I did what most newly weds do on our wedding night.

See what I mean? At first you’ve said that the marriage was never consummated, then it was...Which is it? Thanks though, for clarifying the actual duration of your relationship - that clears up the mental fog a bit... Big Grin

What?, I’d sooner read an Opex post than that.

I never said the marriage wasn’t consummated.
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#30
Puddled Duck, I actually posted something here, but decided against it (there's no option to delete posts) - to be honest, I don't really know what I can say that won't risk upsetting you.
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