Post # 91
I think that if this ex is so insignificant then you should just obey the wishes of your wife and unfollow her on social media. It’s obviously hurting her feelings which is ultimately going to do more to harm your relationship than satisfy your curiosity about what the ol’ ex is up to.
What exactly is the payoff in all of this drama? Is this how you get your jollies? Watching your wife get all worked up and jealous over an ex so you can feel like some kind of hotshot? Then you come on here and try to rile up the hens as if you don’t know that a website called fucking weddingbee has a primarily female demographic?
What a dingdong.
Post # 92
omg this just made my day lol.
Post # 93
I wouldn’t like it. And personally, I do not have exes of mine on my FB or LinkedIn or whatever.
Post # 95
She didn’t handle it well, but in the context of a healthy marriage I would let this go.
And, really, you don’t need me to tell you that “I joked back that yeah I had banged her a buncha times” is a losing strategy.
Post # 96
Since you say you don’t speak to your ex any ways, is it okay to just not follow her on instagram? You have your own wife and life to care about unless if following your ex on instagram places a higher priority than your wife’s feelings. A lot of people do not like their significant others being around their ex. Following your ex’s instagram, and especially getting upset over your wife wanting you to unfollow, is already a reason for her to feel insecure.