(Closed) Husband lied to me and now I feel duped

posted 1 year ago in Emotional
Post # 46
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Helper bee

Yall are wild!!!! LOL

Post # 47
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6644 posts
Bee Keeper

sandiegobee :  Definitely. False advertising. Take him for everything. 

Post # 49
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154 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

jellybellynelly :  she needs to divorce him like now and cite ‘crunchy noodles’ as the reason! 

Post # 50
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2021

At this point it may even still be early enough to get an annulment and just pretend this whole thing never happened.

Assuming, of course, that this ridiculous post is actually real.

Post # 52
Hostess
3862 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

I married my husband specifically because he was wearing a pair of fly fishing waders in one of his online dating profile photos. I have NEVER seen him wear those waders, nor has he ever taken me fly fishing. Obviously, our marriage is DOOOOOOOOOOOMED. 

Post # 53
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Buzzing bee

brittnamrogo :  It sounds like you have an ax to grind.

Are you the post police?

You get to determine what others here post?

Sassy has not violated any TOS, she has not been rude, she has not been mean, she has not harrassed anyone.

People who HAVE BEEN ABUSED see this shit everywhere we look.

Are we possibly mired in confirmation bias? Probably.

Do we sometimes jump at shadows? Highly likely.

Are we demonstrating the “high alert” characteristic of abuse victims? Definitely.

But I’d rather jump at 100 shadows and potentially save 1 woman from an abusive relationship than jump at none and help nobody.

Also, raising the possibility that someone could be in a relationship with an abuser based on objective facts in NO WAY undermines or disrespects actual abuse victims. In what world does THAT logic hold up? You are conflating some things.

Post # 54
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Bumble bee

Am I weird bc I like crunchy pasta sometimes? 

Post # 55
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

TBH OP you don’t sound like much of a foodie if you call it a crunchy noodle…

No foodie I know would ever use that term to describe undercooked pasta!!! 

It sounds like you’re as much of a foodie as he is a chef…. 

Post # 56
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Busy bee

Well this post is derailing quick. I hope OP responds before it’s closed… I’m actually interested to hear her story ๐Ÿ˜‚

Post # 57
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

rosieb52 :  bahaha…. I’m sure the legal team would think ‘crunchy noodle’ was a euphemism for problems in the bedroom if OP cited that as a reason for divorce!!! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Post # 59
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

brittnamrogo :  

One more time.  I did not say that OP’s husband is an abuser.

A ‘white lie’?  The guy concocted a false persona for the purpose of luring OP into a relationship.

Post # 60
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Bumble bee

Of all the reasons I can think of for being shocked, horrified and embarrassed by a husband that would make me consider divorce….making a huge meal for my friends and I is not one of them.  Honesty, I’d throw him a parade if he made dinner. And I mean, you married him….you’d think you’d want his noodles to be hard every once and a while.

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