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tinana+2 Orlando, FL, Switzerland 39402 posts
Jun 6th '13

I'd reply, "maybe because some husbands only buy stupid shit." :twisted:

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49366 posts
Jun 6th '13

He'd be in trouble for posting our private issues in public #1. Then #2 he'd get an ass chewing about just how much money goes out for stuff of his vs mine.

user banned 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6369 posts
Jun 6th '13

A post like that just BEGS for trouble. It is immature to post about relationship woes...anywhere. Why invite a thousand strangers into your home and marriage



Unacceptable

♥ Mrs. S ♥ Due September 20; 2 kids; Venezuela 13673 posts
Jun 6th '13

I'd be furious. Thank GOD DH doesn't really use Facebook or talk about our private issues outside of the two of us.

nendhsiwjru 6 kids; Denver, Co, United States 37137 posts
Jun 6th '13

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Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
Jun 6th '13

tell him to suck it up and piss off. Then again, I'm usually not the one spending money on stuff we don't need.

Nicola. 2 kids; Manton, MI, United States 13410 posts
Jun 6th '13

Both.



It would irritate me that he is posting our problems on Facebook. But its obviously a concern to him. So we would sit down and talk about it. Go over the finances and try and see his side too.



Luckily, my fiance rarely posts anything on Facebook. lol And if he does its only about sports.

user banned 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6369 posts
Jun 6th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:</b>" Would it make a difference if he didn't say it as harshly but with the same idea behind it? or is it ... [snip!] ... person it came from, they have been married for like 15 years now so I certainly didn't expect something like that from him."</blockquote>



No. You can put all the whipped cream that you want on a cow pie. You'd still be eating crap.

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
Jun 6th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:</b>" Would it make a difference if he didn't say it as harshly but with the same idea behind it? or is it ... [snip!] ... person it came from, they have been married for like 15 years now so I certainly didn't expect something like that from him."</blockquote>




Maybe he's right.
Some wives are so controlling with money. My friends are exactly like this. She shops shops and shops more and give her husband $20 a week, and the most pathetic thing is when he wants his car magazine that comes out once a month he had to use it from his pocket money. IMO it's f**king rediculous.
Yet she's out with the cards buying clothes and makeup and jewellery get manis and pedis and her hair done. It's really sad.

Devon and Kiara's mommy 2 kids; bremerton, wa, United States 1139 posts
Jun 6th '13
Quoting Ms Giggles:" Personally I would be upset that he was rude enough to post about your business on facebook."


This! I would be really upset that if my husband put our business on facebook..

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
Jun 6th '13
Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:" Something along the lines of: "Funny how my wife worries about our budget when I want something, but ... [snip!] ... that for everyone to see? or would it just make you look at the way you handle finances to see if he has a point? or...?"


I would be most unhappy. I'd explain to him that I don't appreciate him putting out private business out in public like that (assuming of course that I never did either). I think that personal issues should remain personal. Then again, I am the type that we NEVER fight in front of people. No one who knows us has ever known us to have an argument because we grin and bear it until we can discuss any issues later.

♥ LA 1 child; ..., KY, United States 612 posts
Jun 6th '13

A little of both, but I would definitely be mad about him sharing our personal business.

user banned 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6369 posts
Jun 6th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting hobbit*:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:</b>" Would it make a difference if ... [snip!] ... Yet she's out with the cards buying clothes and makeup and jewellery get manis and pedis and her hair done. It's really sad."</blockquote>




Maybe he's right? That is irrelevant.

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
Jun 6th '13
Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:" Would it make a difference if he didn't say it as harshly but with the same idea behind it? or is it ... [snip!] ... person it came from, they have been married for like 15 years now so I certainly didn't expect something like that from him."


I couldn't say for sure. Sometimes people say things in a joking way. Without knowing what was said and the people, it would depend if I was mad/.

SluttyForHubby Due December 12; 51 kids; League City, Texas 1798 posts
Jun 6th '13

Yeah, see, that's immature and selfish of him to basically whine to all halls family and friends. It's no ones business! It makes your marriage look weak and immature as well! On a public forum like that, you should keep it to yourself.