I Hate My Wife

Yup. That's right. I've hated being with her for years. I've let her guilt me into doing her bidding, holding me back from school, running my friends off, I called off work when she wanted "attention", buying any f**king pc of jewelry she wanted from eBay or the mall, the lousy 2 times of s** over the past 2 YEARS, running up a $60,000 credit card bill, and getting us into bankruptcy. But it's my fault for not stepping up and saying "no". I've not once asked her to do the laundry or cook a meal - the mousy side of me takes care of that with NO COMPLAINTS!!
As it turns out, I may have my opportunity to leave. She has been displaying all the signs of having a secret boyfriend ... and I couldn't be happier.
How do I know?
Well, for one she doesn't want to f**k anymore, has been working "extra days", and staying "late" after work quite often, disappeared to W VA one day on a shopping trip with an "old friend", but came back with NOTHING!
And on the subject of no-more-s** from her; a couple months ago she decided to keep her crotch COMPLETELY shaved (trying to keep it hid from my view, of course). So my question is, "If you aren't going to show off your car, why bother waxing it?"
I had a heart attack this Spring ... thank you for the stress, b****.
So for now, I am watching the phone calls, logging her mileage, & using spy software on the Internet.
And when I get my evidence, I'm gonna flip the middle finger and thank her for wasting the best time of my life.

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  • Been there, done that and I know exactly what you're going through my friend. My advice to you: get out as soon as you can - whatever means you have to take.

  • If you know that you hate all this and many, if not all the things about her, what are you waiting for to get the heck out? Harboring such hatred is unhealthy and unecessary for you. Perhaps you're comfortable where you are, but it really would be best for you to pack up and leave... pull the rug out from under her now... don't wait for the evidence to come in. You remind me of Hester Prinn's husband in The Scarlet Letter, all that plotting did him no good. Go now, while the going is good, and let her fend for himself and carry on with the life that you want to live.

  • Why hate her....you are the p****.

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