"Claire realized it was one of her ex’s birthdays today, but she forgot when mine is."
Today must be *my* birthday because this is the BEST GIFT EVER!
"Alan went on a lovely sushi dinner on our 8 month-iversary. I was not invited."
This may be the funniest thing I’ve ever read in my entire life. I want to marry the submitter so that I can forget their birthday and celebrate our mensiversaries without them.
Here’s an article about this Twitter account from NY Mag. They find it amusing and healthy (which it would be if they journaled it privately and used it to work on their relationship) instead of attention seeking and self-absorbed. I have to admit, I love how they’ve embraced their attention whoring ways. Is there a donation-based or freecycled wedding in their future?
This almost borders on a STFU, Parents submission… is it normal to be this involved in your child’s love life???? (Also, apparently emoticon abuse is genetic. Who knew? We might want to do some sort of telethon with celebrities…)
Cum again? You know, your husband’s ex left your husband behind.
From the submitter:
This woman constantly writes stuff about her and her husband’s sex life. Which, while gross, isn’t nearly as bothersome to me as her inability to stop talking about his ex girlfriend. Who isn’t even in his life anymore, so the original poster comes across as a childish, obsessive wack-job. It’s just weird, man. Plain old gross and weird.
They could just be into some light BDSM (still TMI) but something about this post makes me think of a recent anecdote. A couple of weeks ago I saw a couple arguing on the street. He was pulling at her arm while she struggled to get free. I watched for a minute before I decided to ask her if she needed me to call the police. Of course, he laughed and tried to wave me off. She said “no” and then he continued to physically harass her and yell at her as she repeatedly attempted to walk away from him. When your relationship becomes a potential domestic violence call, when a stranger feels the need to intervene, it’s time to revaluate.