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Well, in the long run it builds character if anything else. Gotta envy you how you've put up with this that long. I can't even stand my brothers foul loud mouth wife for more than 5 minutes when she's around.
Thank you sweetie.

Get a load of THIS DIRT

My husband's maternal grandmother was LOADED.

Millionaire. Several times over. (I knew she had money but not aware of how much)

While my mother-in-law (my husband's biological mother) was dying of cancer, FIL forced maternal grandmother (her mom with the bucks) to change her will and leave everything to him.

Holy shit. Un fucking believeable.

What a piece of shit. I took care of grandma for 4.5 mos until her passing. I never asked her for a dime.

What kind of father does that to his own kids?

And I guess my h has known this all along. God I feel so bad for him.

Thanks for responding folks.
 

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Now I fully understand why no-one can stand my inlaws.

Now I've got my disgusting fat pig of a sister in law coming for 3 days also.

I regret this. Even me, patient kind me is at the end of my rope.

I feel so bad for my husband. No wonder he is so depressed around these people.

I mean my family is pretty awful too, but not like his side.

No manners. Total slobs. And the porn was the last straw.

My daughter is hosting the big cookout later today.

And I've packed some clothes and such and I'm going to a hotel until they leave.

Otherwise it'll get really bad here real quick.

But peace and quiet and room service is needed.

I told my husband he has to deal with them all. I am done.

Footprints in the Sand...............
 

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Now I fully understand why no-one can stand my inlaws.

Now I've got my disgusting fat pig of a sister in law coming for 3 days also.

I regret this. Even me, patient kind me is at the end of my rope.

I feel so bad for my husband. No wonder he is so depressed around these people.

I mean my family is pretty awful too, but not like his side.

No manners. Total slobs. And the porn was the last straw.

My daughter is hosting the big cookout later today.

And I've packed some clothes and such and I'm going to a hotel until they leave.

Otherwise it'll get really bad here real quick.

But peace and quiet and room service is needed.

I told my husband he has to deal with them all. I am done.

Footprints in the Sand...............
Jerry not sure how that parable applies here lol
 

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Thank you sweetie.

Get a load of THIS DIRT

My husband's maternal grandmother was LOADED.

Millionaire. Several times over. (I knew she had money but not aware of how much)

While my mother-in-law (my husband's biological mother) was dying of cancer, FIL forced maternal grandmother (her mom with the bucks) to change her will and leave everything to him.

Holy shit. Un fucking believeable.

What a piece of shit. I took care of grandma for 4.5 mos until her passing. I never asked her for a dime.

What kind of father does that to his own kids?

And I guess my h has known this all along. God I feel so bad for him.

Thanks for responding folks.
everyone has a limit, and also some "lines in the sand". your lines have been crossed, and that along with the rest has pushed you over the limit. at least you know and have steered clear of a major confrontation. that would feel good at the moment , but will always be in the back of your mind. you know, the time you lost it on your in-laws. would make a great story though. family is tough, family in-law , is even tougher. look at the bright side. they are leaving soon, it's still early july, and they are leaving soon. worth saying twice.
 

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i had my stepdaughter's kids for camping last week. 6 yr old boy, 3 yr old girl. they were a lot of fun for the most part. i was worried as the boy was very tough last year. he had his moments , but no big deal. he can ride a bike now, and just wants to ride. i am an avid mountain biker myself , so he digs riding with me. a couple of good wheelies and jumps and he is thrilled. he is not ready for those yet. he is a bit of a hazard. he ate shit in a big cloud of dust the first day. i figured he was hurt but he pushed through

 

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Thank you sweetie.

Get a load of THIS DIRT

My husband's maternal grandmother was LOADED.

Millionaire. Several times over. (I knew she had money but not aware of how much)

While my mother-in-law (my husband's biological mother) was dying of cancer, FIL forced maternal grandmother (her mom with the bucks) to change her will and leave everything to him.

Holy shit. Un fucking believeable.

What a piece of shit. I took care of grandma for 4.5 mos until her passing. I never asked her for a dime.

What kind of father does that to his own kids?

And I guess my h has known this all along. God I feel so bad for him.

Thanks for responding folks.
everyone has a limit, and also some "lines in the sand". your lines have been crossed, and that along with the rest has pushed you over the limit. at least you know and have steered clear of a major confrontation. that would feel good at the moment , but will always be in the back of your mind. you know, the time you lost it on your in-laws. would make a great story though. family is tough, family in-law , is even tougher. look at the bright side. they are leaving soon, it's still early july, and they are leaving soon. worth saying twice.
Aw u da best Sleepy


I'm ok now. Took me a while to get my shit together.

They are leaving 2 days early thank God.

Right now the old man is spinning a yarn lol while my husband is held captive


And I'm in the family room/bar watching Bohemian Rhapsody and having a coctail woo hoo
How about that about the money though? Shit

Hell I was never meant to be a rich girl anyway

And a few mil isn't much, right? lol
 

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money brings problems with it. earned money spends better. we always wish for more, when our health is more important. i too had a near miss like that. looked at it this way. not meant to be, may have made life less happy than it is. i have worked for everything i own, and always have. no windfalls at all. i smile all the time and enjoy things how they are, take things as they come. today i went back to work , my girlfriend had 1 day left. she called me in the morning, heard noise in the basement. a pipe had just started leaking. so it sucked that i was fixing pipes on a monday night, but at least i wasn't in ankle deep water. and i had some cash left on a home depot gift card from xmas. so really not a big deal, and some real positive things too. not bad for something involving plumbing...
 

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So much for the hotel room. Hubby flipped so I scrapped that idea.

Both my h and his sister kow-tow to this man. I don't get it. Not one person In that family stands up to this bully.

And I had a discussion with FIL about being respectful and he is no too happy with me.

And God I hate summer. Too fucking hot.
 

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Any chane you are going thru menopause, again. Let stuff slide. You seem to be pretty cranky lately. Maybe you should watch some porn with your FIL to help calm you down a bit. LOL
 

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Any chane you are going thru menopause, again. Let stuff slide. You seem to be pretty cranky lately. Maybe you should watch some porn with your FIL to help calm you down a bit. LOL[/QUOTE

I live full time with a covert narcissist. Having THREE of them in my home was too much for me.

I have been told many times I am "annoyingly cheerful". And I prefaced my post with an accurate description. You did not have to read it.

Just as I don't have to read other's posts that are incindiary or inflamative.

I've been really really going through some hard stuff lately. It may seem I "put it all out there" but as a matter of course I do not.

Right now I could use some cheering up as a matter of factt
 

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Any chane you are going thru menopause, again. Let stuff slide. You seem to be pretty cranky lately. Maybe you should watch some porn with your FIL to help calm you down a bit. LOL[/QUOTE

I live full time with a covert narcissist. Having THREE of them in my home was too much for me.

I have been told many times I am "annoyingly cheerful". And I prefaced my post with an accurate description. You did not have to read it.

Just as I don't have to read other's posts that are incindiary or inflamative.

I've been really really going through some hard stuff lately. It may seem I "put it all out there" but as a matter of course I do not.

Right now I could use some cheering up as a matter of factt

A horse walks into a bar
The bartender asks "Why the long face" :rofl:

Bacon & eggs walk into a bar
The bartender said "sorry we don't serve breakfast" :rofl:

A penguin walks into a bar and asks the bartender "have you seen my dad????

Bartender - "What does he look like???"
 

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I have been told many times I am "annoyingly cheerful". And I prefaced my post with an accurate description. You did not have to read it.

Just as I don't have to read other's posts that are incindiary or inflamative.

I've been really really going through some hard stuff lately. It may seem I "put it all out there" but as a matter of course I do not.

Right now I could use some cheering up as a matter of factt
I think being kind to your house guests was a priceless and selfless act. Nobody will ever appreciate what you did to the extent they should. But you'll be eternally proud to have done it.

A positive attitude is far more important than just about any other attribute. Being too cheerful is always better than being a downer. Positive people are happier and more successful.

Think about it this way: Every winter, people get depressed, they stay inside, they complain more, they gain weight and are more miserable for it. But snowmobilers are the exact opposite. We find ways of being happy year round. That's who we are.

Don't let life get you down, because that's NOT who you are.

And, if you do get down, blow something up. A watermelon sitting on a can of tannerite, perhaps. Several tomatoes duck-taped to tannerite might be fun. 2-liter jugs of pop work good.

Winter is for snowmobiling. Summer is for blowing up fruits and vegetables.
 

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I have been told many times I am "annoyingly cheerful". And I prefaced my post with an accurate description. You did not have to read it.

Just as I don't have to read other's posts that are incindiary or inflamative.

I've been really really going through some hard stuff lately. It may seem I "put it all out there" but as a matter of course I do not.

Right now I could use some cheering up as a matter of factt
I think being kind to your house guests was a priceless and selfless act. Nobody will ever appreciate what you did to the extent they should. But you'll be eternally proud to have done it.

A positive attitude is far more important than just about any other attribute. Being too cheerful is always better than being a downer. Positive people are happier and more successful.

Think about it this way: Every winter, people get depressed, they stay inside, they complain more, they gain weight and are more miserable for it. But snowmobilers are the exact opposite. We find ways of being happy year round. That's who we are.

Don't let life get you down, because that's NOT who you are.

And, if you do get down, blow something up. A watermelon sitting on a can of tannerite, perhaps. Several tomatoes duck-taped to tannerite might be fun. 2-liter jugs of pop work good.

Winter is for snowmobiling. Summer is for blowing up fruits and vegetables.
Looking for tannerite right now...lol
Thanks P51
 

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My father -in-law had a saying -

First time their fault -

Second time my fault.


Sometimes in a situation like this we suck it up because it's their fault. Don't need to let it get to your fault...
 

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:fart: Sqqqqquirrrrrrrelllllll.................... :roflmao:
 

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Any chane you are going thru menopause, again. Let stuff slide. You seem to be pretty cranky lately. Maybe you should watch some porn with your FIL to help calm you down a bit. LOL[/QUOTE

I live full time with a covert narcissist. Having THREE of them in my home was too much for me.

I have been told many times I am "annoyingly cheerful". And I prefaced my post with an accurate description. You did not have to read it.

Just as I don't have to read other's posts that are incindiary or inflamative.

I've been really really going through some hard stuff lately. It may seem I "put it all out there" but as a matter of course I do not.

Right now I could use some cheering up as a matter of factt
sometimes people that are naturally negative can't understand or relate to someone who is upbeat and chipper. them thinking of being like you is the same as you thinking of being like them. no one is going to change like that. well i guess if they stayed any longer you would have changed into someone you are not. but really, who stays as a guest with family and surfs porn right in the open? or brings guns they can't handle. you did what was necessary to get through, and now it's time to end that opportunity for disaster. they can either be mad you won't let them stay there, or get to feel the "shock and awe" of pushing you over the edge. either way they are pissed at you, so it may as well be while they are staying elsewhere! it's only mid july. lots of summer left, fall, and good old winter.some good stuff looking forwward. now if i can get through this week's heat i will be happy
 

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A successful rancher died and left everything to his devoted wife.
She was a very good-looking woman and determined to keep the ranch, but knew very little about ranching, so she decided to place an ad in the newspaper for a ranch hand..
Two cowboys applied for the job. One was gay and the other a drunk.
She thought long and hard about it, and when no one else applied she decided to hire the gay guy, figuring it would be safer to have him around the house than the drunk.
He proved to be a hard worker who put in long hours every day and knew a lot about ranching.
For weeks, the two of them worked, and the ranch was doing very well.

Then one day, the rancher's widow said to the hired hand, "You have done a really good job, and the ranch looks great. You should go into town and kick up your heels." The hired hand readily agreed and went into town one Saturday night.

One o'clock came, however, and he didn't return.
Two o'clock and no hired hand.
Finally he returned around two-thirty, and upon entering the room, he found the rancher's widow sitting by the fireplace with a glass of wine, waiting for him.
She quietly called him over to her..

"Unbutton my blouse and take it off," she said.
Trembling, he did as she directed. "Now take off my boots."
He did as she asked, ever so slowly. "Now take off my socks."
He removed each gently and placed them neatly by her boots.
"Now take off my skirt."

He slowly unbuttoned it, constantly watching her eyes in the fire light.
"Now take off my bra.." Again, with trembling hands, he did as he was told and dropped it to the floor.

Then she looked at him and said, "If you ever wear my clothes into town again, you're fired."
 

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Oh god the heat is AWFUL. I FUCKING HATE IT.

I used to feel alone in this thought...so glad I have company. People look at me like I'm nuts when I state I'm a winter person
 
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