Jodi Arias, is that you? Someone had the balls (and utter lack of self-awareness) to send this delightful morsel into an advice column. Delectable. :
I have a problem. My friend just spent a year after college here in Athens working and I’m afraid he’s going to move away, worse, I’m afraid he’s going to move to be with his girlfriend who moved out of town for grad school. His girlfriend is terrible, she gets viciously jealous and never wants us hanging out just because he’s cheated on her with me in the past—I’m talking way back when, like a year ago. I feel like she should really be over it by now if she trusts him at all. Also, I’ve noticed that she’s cool with him hanging out with female friends, just not me—this feels like a personal attack and I don’t feel that that’s warranted against me. Right after he and I hooked up and she lived in town I understood why she wasn’t a fan of our amazing friendship (it’s clearly way chilled out compared to her), but time has past and she doesn’t even live here anymore. I don’t think she should have control over our friendship and I think she’s going to use the idea of cheap rent, a new city and domesticity to lure him away from me and his job in Athens. I could understand him moving for a better job or for grad school but that doesn’t seem to be the case. And before you try to jump on my case about having feelings for him, let me just say: he and I are sexually attracted to each other, it’s painfully clear, and the only reason I haven’t hooked up with him again (which I could definitely do) is because I know that she’ll try to keep him from seeing me. Yes, I would date him, yes, I think about it all the time, and yes I enjoy the power struggle, but at the bottom of it all I just don’t want to lose him to his crazy girlfriend.
The columnist delievered an epic smackdown for which it’s worth clicking through. But it neglected to mention the fact that the girlfriend should dump his ass after he leaves his job and relocates. Please let this happen.
Cheating husband‽ Just be thankful you’re a married American instead of one of those dirty, single, foreigners.
All men cheat, duh. As long as he’s good looking and forks out the dough then you should just suck it up and accept your plight. Remember, you’re not a person; you’re an object, you’re his object. Objects don’t have feelings or rights.
Sheesh. Dumb bitches expecting honesty and faithfulness in a marriage. Remember, if you were good enough he wouldn’t cheat or abuse you. You asked for it and it’s all your fault.