(Closed) Forget the wedding, He bought a house and…

posted 9 years ago in Relationships
Post # 92
Member
324 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

@Statutory Grape: I am not starting a petty argument. You are the one saying I attacked you which is ridiculous. And the entire reason I made that comment is because you are against her fh because he doesn’t want her to have an abortion. That is his opinion and he is entitled to it and if he wants to be pissed because it is something he is against that is fine..she can still do whatever she wants, but he may leave her for it. It’s his child too after all. The reason I posted my remark is because you are implying that because they physically were not responsible and now are financially not responsible that an innocent child should be killed..over money. I am not 100% against abortion is rare cases, but because you decided to have sex unprotected and then “well shoot I can’t really afford it so I think i’ll rid of it” I am against and if I choose to be vocal about something I feel strongly about I will. That is my two cents, and I will post and say whatever and whenever I want. 

Post # 93
Member
2588 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

He can get pissed all he wants, but it is HER body and since he’s not helping her financially, he has no real say in it. That’s my two cents.

Post # 94
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324 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

@Statutory Grape: I know it is HER body. She does not have to think like me or like her fiance. At the same time (as I have already mentioned in this post) why be mad at him for being mad about abortion? Unless he is physically holding her down and forcing her to have the baby, he is not interfering with her body or ultimate choice. At the same time, it is his child and so if he feels strongly against abortion and she makes the decision to get rid of his child he has every right to be pissed and WALK! Also, I think abortion without certain circumstances is selfish and dumb. It is my opinion and I have now stated it and the reason I am defending one aspect about her fiance that you are bashing (he may very well be a loser all I’m saying is he has the right to be pissed and leave). I am done with this thread now though, I’ve said what I wanted. 

Post # 95
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14 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2012

*throws red flag*

 

Who on EARTH buys a house without consulting their fiancee with THEIR MONEY?

 

I say give him some time to grow up and you stay where you are.  Recruit family and friends to get you through the pregnancy.

Post # 96
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30 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2010

FYI: This thread is a year old.

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