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frankiebaby posted 6/22/2013 08:12 AM picturing the look on WH's face when he comes home and finds me gone this week has me smiling in genuine amusement for the first time since I found out. I'm not giving the fucker any clues as to my whereabouts either. I just plan to tack a copy of the juciest bits of conversation between him and that part- time bedspread of his to the fridge before I leave.

Also, another thing that made me laugh today was when I got on our shared computer and he leaves the colleague he's meeting with in the living room, rushes over all out of breath, going: "Did I log out of my Facebook, babe?"

Yeah, fucker, you did. About three weeks too late.

I actually kind of feel sorry for him now. Watching him bumble around, all puffed up with his own self-righteousness, is going to make the shock that much worse. And it's all going to really blow up in his face. Asshole.

Some background:

Yes, I am devastated, but part of me couldn't be more thrilled to kick this dead weight to the curb. I've been raised all my life to believe that marriage is supposed to be this wonderful reward for being modest and and chaste and being a good girl. After only six months of marriage I know better now!! And he's always made me feel so shitty !for not being " spiritual " enough and not being a "good spiritual partner." I cannot wait to spit it all back in his $face!!

.....okay, so my happiness IS a bit on the vindictive side. I'll indulge just for today.

Take2 posted 6/22/2013 09:04 AM

You sound stronger Frankie - good! The WS often beats a BS down verbally, in part to justify their cheating in their own head - in part to keep you in self doubt, and worrying about your behavior instead of theirs. It can really wear you down long term - It's good that you see it!

Got your passport? Some money? Your evidence - all secured (flash drive back up?) where he can not possibly find it? ((frankiebaby)) Stay strong!

TrustGone posted 6/22/2013 09:20 AM

I am so sorry that you are having to deal with this so soon after getting married to this ass clown. It is helpful to look at the humerous side while wearing your bitch boots however. I would love to be a fly on the wall when he sees that on the fridge. He is not worth the effort. Just be glad that you have not been married for a long time with children to also deal with. You deserve so much more than this stupid fucker can give you ever. Let us know how it turns out and keep your chin up and those boots on. It will get worse before it gets better, but you can do it. ((((HUGS))))

solus sto posted 6/22/2013 09:20 AM

Awesome, Frankie! Though this is nothing like marriage is supposed to be, it is WONDERFUL that you see that, and are unwilling to settle for what he's chosen to give you. You're very strong!

Tired05 posted 6/22/2013 14:43 PM

I have fantasized often about doing things like this. Slapping divorce papers in front of him, just going on a well deserved weekend vacation without telling him. I am always super happy when I fantasize, so I can only imagine how I would feel if I actually did one.

brkn_heartd posted 6/22/2013 18:01 PM

Take care of yourself through this. While you are coping with things now, expect that your emotions will still be some on the roller coaster. You are strong, I just wanted to make sure you expect it some too. Hugs to you.

Rise And Shine posted 6/22/2013 20:37 PM

I'll indulge just for today.

There has always been a special place in my heart for the BS's who indulge.

movingforward13 posted 6/23/2013 09:51 AM

Frankiebaby, I am so jealous of you. I *wish* I could have posted it in a fridge and have him find out while I disappeared. Instead I confronted immediately and been regretting how I handled DDay ever since.

You have the RIGHT plan. It would be better if you could serve divorce papers at the same time when he notices you are gone.

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