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ProbableIceCream posted 9/24/2013 08:39 AM

I forgot to post this when it happened. XW and OM got married on Sunday (22nd).

Shockleader posted 9/24/2013 09:54 AM

Fantastic... Fuck'em. Together they add up to less than dog shit in the gutter. Can't wait until the day you reckon they have the same value. Strength friend!

SisterMilkshake posted 9/24/2013 10:09 AM

Let's take bets on how long before one of them cheats.

The OW in our case cheated on its first XBH with MOM. MOM & OW lived together and OW started fucking my FWH. OW married MOM and fucked my FWH 3 weeks before the wedding and 3 weeks after. Marriage is so special to them!

Dawnie posted 9/24/2013 10:10 AM

Screw 'em.....

My XH married his OW 4 weeks after our D was final so I know exactly how you feel.... I keep waiting for that Karma bus to come rolling through his life but it has yet to happen...

SBB posted 9/24/2013 10:52 AM

I suspect I'll be relieved when it happens - kinda like when you finally sell that used car that caused you nothing but grief.

Someone.Else's.Problem, IYKWIM?


gma56 posted 9/24/2013 11:36 AM

Sickening because we know how they honor wedding vows.

FT married Twat within 2 mo after our D was final and they've been together 6 yrs altogether. Now they have a baby and living in her home country of Thailand. Yep, he was still on dating sites as of a year ago.

They all deserve each other.

stronger08 posted 9/24/2013 13:27 PM

Break out the popcorn and take a seat. The show that's coming up is going to be a good one.

strongerdaybyday posted 9/24/2013 13:32 PM

((HUGS)) can't imagine how you're feeling - either sad, pissed off or indifferent it sucks. But...whether their marriage lasts or not, I hope YOU find the happiness you DESERVE!!!

little turtle posted 9/24/2013 13:35 PM

How does your daughter feel about XW and OM being married?

nutmegkitty posted 9/24/2013 13:55 PM

They deserve each other, remember that.

Blech.

damncutekitty posted 9/24/2013 17:40 PM

Good god, how tacky.

miadianna posted 9/24/2013 18:04 PM

Just noticed your divorce was final in July. I always say they are perfect together. Perfect liars, cheater, and losers and nobody else with morals or values will be with them so they have to settle with who they cheated with.

cayc posted 9/24/2013 18:08 PM

Well that was nice & quick. And we all know how well quickie marriages usually workout. It's such a truism that there's a saying about it "marry in haste, repent in leisure".

It's also a sign that she's needy and needs to have someone regardless of whom. Funny that bc it's yet another sign that bodes ill for happy happy unicorn, my little pony rainbow fantasyland being a shining success.

foreverempty posted 9/24/2013 18:34 PM

Thinking of you mate.....!

So soon as well. Not your problem now as much as it still hurts. Your still a it's new to the recovery. Take your time!

gardenparty posted 9/24/2013 19:07 PM

X and OW married last October in my case. It affects me way less than I thought it would however I was very bothered at the time. I just hope that we all get to the point that we don't give a shit.

persevere posted 9/24/2013 20:51 PM

My XWH and OW married a year after and it still stung a little. But. I wish them all the happiness they deserve....lol

They've now been married just over a year and I really don't care at all, though I have no desire to see him.

However, PIC, I hope you're okay - you deserve better. ((Hugs))

tryingagain74 posted 9/24/2013 20:52 PM

My XWH married the OW one month after our divorce was final; he also pushed the D through faster (the plan was to be divorced by the beginning of this month) so that they could take their blessed vows, and she'd have health insurance and a place to live (since they are now the Paragons of Virtue, and it wouldn't do to have her sleep over while they were not yet married, even though screwing each other while they were married to other people was just fine).

When I tell people that he married her one month after the D, they have all been completely appalled right across the board. It shows you how desperate, needy, and pathetic they are. They can't be alone, and they will do anything to justify the havoc they wreaked. If they marry the AP, they think it shows how real their love is and how they were meant to be. That means that hurting their faithful spouses, children, and other family members with their selfish behavior was all right in the end, right?

I think that my XWH and his Owife will cling together out of shame, so I don't anticipate a D any time soon. However, I can't imagine rushing to marry someone so fast or basing a marriage on a foundation of cheating. How can that go anywhere except downhill?

Just bear this in mind, as they say on here: "If they're willing to do it with you, then they're willing to do it to you."

I don't predict years of bliss and happiness for any married cheaters. I agree with what a previous poster said-- be glad that your XW is not YOUR problem anymore!

Brokenheart777 posted 9/24/2013 21:39 PM

I'm hoping that you are taking an indifferent stance on this OP. Marrying someone on such a shitty foundation is like building a space shuttle out of the wreckage of another ship and hoping it will take you to the moon without issue.

I recently found out that XWGF started sleeping with a family friend about 2 months after Dday. She sees nothing wrong with it and thinks its healthy to jump right to someone else all the while "working on myself" keeps falling out of her mouth. They are weak people who have little ability to be alone and truly deal with themselves. Hope you are doing okay.

exhausted lady posted 9/24/2013 22:46 PM

Well, that marriage license is probably worth about the value of the paper it was written on. I used to work in an office supply business. I think the fancy stuff ran about $.03 a sheet.

So, I kinda think that's a 3 cent marriage.....or less.

Sit back with the popcorn and wait for it.....wait for it.....

Bluebird26 posted 9/25/2013 05:57 AM

My xwh and the OW married about a month ago.

Take it easy on yourself, the shock may take a while for it sink in.

I agree though sit back with the popcorn and watch. One day they will get what they deserve because wedding vows are so important to them

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