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Re: Household Items Help

Postby hanzblinx » Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:17 pm

I let my ex back a truck up and take whatever she and Mr. Wonderful wanted while the children and I were away from home having a great day.


Did the same, she had 2 full size moving trucks and a crew of 6. I don't really miss anything.

I did specifically ask her not to take my clothes (they dont fit her) but she did. Well, her crew did. She eventually brought them back, so I had clothes again.
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Re: Household Items Help

Postby newwife » Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:48 am

People are petty.. your clothes?

My husband's ex took all the photos of their daughter. Bragged to the daughter about it-saying he can't have any part of her--blah blah blah
But she's not bright. she posted them all on facebook, and now he has them anyway :)
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Re: Household Items Help

Postby hanzblinx » Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:50 am

newwife wrote:People are petty.. your clothes?


Actually my personal favorite was the deep freezer in the garage. I came home to a pile of ice cream, frozen steaks and veggies in the middle of the garage floor. I know it sounds like a woman scorned, but in this case she had cheated on me and moved in with the kid's karate teacher even before she filed for divorce.

Fortunately for him she got pregnant by the kid's football coach, and now lives with him, so the karate guy escaped her and most likely didn't get his ice cream melted when she left, or his clothes taken from his closet.
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