The Idiot's Guide To Marriage

Friday, February 23, 2007


Strange Requests

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Let's talk parenting in marriage/divorce

Ok, I can talk about this here, because they don't read this.

I hate co-parenting. what do I mean by that? I mean, after you have a child with someone, and then divorce them, it becomes co-parenting. It sucks. It's a joke.

If you can't get along with the person well enough to be married to them, chances are your co-parenting is going to make you want to shove a lemon down their throats, because if life hands you lemons, for freaks sake, choke someone with them.

Why do I hate it? Because at first, he was very disrespectful of my requests of things that had to do with moral values, and now, he seems to think he is the moral compass for our son, and I'm the bad influence. He refused to honor my wishes previously and now, he is the pious one? Whatever.

It "feels" like he and the new girl are trying to be the parents of the year. Like it's become their life long mission to out do me as a parent, and make sure everyone knows how much better they are than me as parents. Because you see according to them, I don't feed the boy the right foods, I'm lax about his homework, and I let him go online and watch things on TV, or say the word "freaking". BADBADBADLADY, you should have your kid taken away from you, bad lady! freaky lady, go to hell lady, and just let us pious righteous people raise this kid so he can be happy, healthy and survive to become just like us. not going THERE

be freakin careful who you have kids with. JUST DO

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Happy VDAY

The kneecap person is now my hero

Here are some really warm and fuzzy pictures for people single, married and otherwise

Monday, February 12, 2007

It wasn't ALL bad

There were good things to being married, I just can't remember them.


You know, I'd do it all again, because it made me into who I am today, and provided me with my legacy, in that of my son. There were fun times, and funny times. I miss certain aspects of the married life, such as holidays and the like. Being single, I don't have as big of a family, and I miss that too.

It's funny how whenever you're in a situation you always think how it would be nice to be on the other side of the fence, then when you get over there, things aren't all that rosey. I wish more people could just be happy where they are in life? But as humans, it seems we are always looking for the thing that will make us happy, and striving to that end can get us in heaps of trouble.

Many times we don't even know what we want.

I know what I don't want.

To be quizzed about where I've been and why I was there that long
have my personal email and otherwise snooped in
have someone make demands on me they themselves are incapable of achieving
be criticized for how I do things
be told i'm not a good person by someone I care for
be rejected
be blamed
head trips/mind games
egomaniacal manipulation
treated as inferior
put down in front of others
be stepped on while someone else gets what they want
put my wants in the back seat for an overspender

i'm sure there's more

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Marriage of the Mind

What is it with married couples that won't spend independent time? It's healthy to have seperate hobbies, friends and such. Even an idiot knows that it's not good to hang out with each other 24/7. so why do so many idiots do it.

Let's try and reconcile our minds together, so that we can be "as one"

for men:
Why do you have to act so stupid?

for women:
why do you have to act so helpless?

ok the end.

or maybe how about some marriage catch phrases:

Dutch Oven
Pushin Cotton
Prairie Doggin it
monkey got crack
aunt Flo's in town
Little red devil's here
droppin trowel
grapes of wrath
tube socks with sand in them
the other OTHER white meat

who wants to guess what all these mean?

i'm just totally rambling here, not making sense is what I do best