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14/12/2012 at 22:51
I could seriously *** my H now.
He has been out with work since 1ish. He came home around H and was fine, pissed but fine. We've had a couple of drinks and some food. I tidied up and went upstairs to get ready for bed and he was in J's room talking to him, J was alseep but muttering, I told him to get out and leave him which he did. He already knows that J is waking every 3.5-4hrs for medicine for his ear infection, which I get up to give him so its great when he is asleep.
Then he went into E's room, woke her up, said good night, I told him to get out and leave her. He went into our bedroom to get changed then went back into E's room to say good night, I went in and moved him out and told him he had already done it, by this time E is fully awake. He walked away then came back and went to go in again. I told him he was being an *** and to leave her. I was meant to be going to bed but was fuming so came downstairs instead, hoping he would go to bed.
He followed me down and started on me, saying I was a fcuking *** and a miserable tw@t. I refused to get into an argument with him cos he was drunk and told him to go to bed, he kept on an on and eventually started calling me a *** mam, that I'm out with my friends and I'm *** to my kids. I wouldn't care but I can't remember the last time I was ever out with my friends. He has been out every week for the last 6 weeks or so when I've stayed in with the kids. I never bat an eyelid and when I do go out with my friends I check with him that he is staying in or organise a babysitter. He only told me 3 weeks ago that he was going out today and it was up to me to sort a babysitter for E and J because I was at work until 4.30, he doesn't even think about it the selfish ***. I'm so fuming, I'm refusing to sleep in the same bed as him.
14/12/2012 at 22:53
Oh and he also said if it wasn't for his kids then he would f*ck off from here and wouldn't think twice.
14/12/2012 at 22:56
My goodness-what a lot of cr@p is coming out of his mouth tonight. No wonder you are fuming!! Regardless of whether you go out with your friends regularly or once in a blue moon there is no need for all that abuse. No wonder you don't want to sleep in the same room. Can't say much else but know you've got done Internet weirdy support from me xx
14/12/2012 at 22:59
Ah SW dont take ANY notice of him. Hes drunk. He is going to feel like such a tw@t in the morning. If he really thought those things they would have come out well before now. We all get a bit mouthy, well some people do. He aint the first and wont be the last me dear!
Dont let it get to you. You know those things arent true, so does he, he was just p!ssed off and saying whatever would hurt you. So dont give him the satisfaction. Stay away tonight and let him feel like sh!t in the morning.
14/12/2012 at 23:00
He's drunk SW. We ALL say and do stupid things when we've had too much. I bet he won't remember in the morning and I'm pretty sure he does not mean any of it! Do you have a spare room you can sleep in? I've been a total witch to H after drinking in the past and vice versa but we never mean it.
I hope you're ok. Try and calm down before you see him again and avoid talking to him anymore tonight. Be sure to let him know in the morning though. My guess is he will feel terrible and apologise profusely xxx
Thanks kk, 10 minutes earlier he was saying how much he loved me blah blah blah. I'm f*cking raging, there was no need for it.
Totally out of order SW, he must be really drunk to not remember saying good night each time and be talking such sh!te to you. I hope he is mortified and extremely apologetic in the morning xx
14/12/2012 at 23:02
Thanks ladies, I bet he won't remember any of it in the morning but I will. We've both been vile to each other in the past but its usually when we are both drunk and are both speaking crap. E has a spare bed but I'm not going to go in her room, I'm going to stay on the settee for the first time in 12 years because he has really hurt me, even though I know its drunk talk.
14/12/2012 at 23:04
Try and get some sleep. Dont stew on it. I promise youll feel better in the morning x
14/12/2012 at 23:06
Thanks MS but I'm sure I'll stew on it all night but I'm refusing to sleep in the same bed as him, I'm so angry and hurt, even though I know he was drunk but it keeps going round in my head.
14/12/2012 at 23:08
This is why I hate alcohol
14/12/2012 at 23:10
QI we never really argue ever but I'm really upset about tonight and fuming, fcuking bastward.
14/12/2012 at 23:11
I know you will SW, but keep telling yourself he is a silly drunk. And get thinking of ways he can make it up to you when he comes grovelling tomor ;)
QI it has its advantages too
14/12/2012 at 23:13
I hope you get some sleep. Sorry e has affected you so much, I think I'd feel the same way after hearing that nonsense though. He best make up for it tomorrow!!
14/12/2012 at 23:16
Thanks again. QI I agree with Missus S, most of the time its great stuff.
WS I'm sure once he wakes up and realises I'm not there and comes to find me he will realise how far he went but we'll see.
14/12/2012 at 23:18
hope you manage to get some sleep.
14/12/2012 at 23:20
Good job I have a comfy settee and a child that has a bunk bed with a spare quilt.
14/12/2012 at 23:31
Hope you get some rest. .
14/12/2012 at 23:33
thankd bb, I've got E's pillow and quilt and am actually quite comfy on my settee. Still thinking what an effing tw@t he is, hope he has a *** nights sleep.
15/12/2012 at 07:02
Hope you're ok this morning, sounds like he was just talking complete rubbish to hit you where it hurts even though it wasn't true. Make him make it up to you today then forget about it, we all say things we don't mean when we're drunk.
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