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Ashland13 posted 10/17/2013 19:40 PM

It's me!

This latest one I couldn't resist posting. I almost dropped my phone to read and will be interested to see if there are any reactions on Si.

XPervert is making preparations to bring DD to his new lair, or "rock", I call it, where he slinks back to.

He sent me a message that says "It is not immoral to bring DD here now."

Well, we aren't even divorced yet-the ink's not even dry and he's holding up the process-so how on this green earth can he possibly, in his right mind, say such a thing?

He comes from a moral and religious, polish-irish-roman catholic heritage...I know he knows the meanings of these he delusional or mentally ill?

Then...he says, repeatedly, "Oh, I still care for you, don't say I don't."


I know, get the box of crickets out, you will all say. I'm workin' on it. I'm just flabbergasted, to use my mother's word.

Pass posted 10/17/2013 20:04 PM

It must be great to be getting lessons on immorality from a lying, cheating, sack of shit. Just like shortly after I moved out, when The Princess told me that I've been acting out and making poor decisions (Translation: I was getting uppity!). We should really be more appreciative of what they have to teach us!

nowiknow23 posted 10/17/2013 20:11 PM

sleepless34 posted 10/17/2013 20:22 PM

Yea, it is all "fine" now right?? not immoral at all.

He wants a reaction. Don't be tempted. Although I am sure there are many great one liners you could think of.....

Housefulloflove posted 10/18/2013 03:22 AM

His undeveloped brain seems to be struggling to understand the concept of morality. Things that seem basic to us must be so horribly confusing for him. Moral= whatever he wants to do at that point in time, no?

I find the stupidity and hypocrisy from my ex easier to deal with when I repeat to myself that I am dealing with a child who looks like a man. The world may see a man when they look at him but if he looked like his mental age he wouldn't even have reached puberty. I'm basically parenting with a child who isn't much older than our children and as frustrating as that still is, keeping that in mind helps tremendously in keeping my expectations appropriately low.

Tragically my kids are learning to have very low/ no expectations as well.

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