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sweetdreams's avatar

What do you think of someone who takes advantage of their relationship?

Asked by sweetdreams (38points) August 14th, 2008
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hearkat's avatar

Could you please provide further explanation of what you mean?

sweetdreams's avatar

The husband left them and took quite a lot of stuff. He charged a lot of money on credit cards and left her to fend for herself. They have been married for about 2 years.

Bri_L's avatar

I think, in that instance, I would cancel the cards, change the locks and get a lawyer to protect myself financially.

That was more than taking advantage that was being a complete bastard and a non-man-coward.

sweetdreams's avatar

Yeah, I would say so. I think thats what she did, its a shame though. I really feel bad for her. We don’t talk, but I found out through a mutual friend.

Bri_L's avatar

It is a terrible shame. Guys like that need a beat down from decent guys. Unfortunately, we don’t give beat downs to readily.

Welcome to fluther by the way. Great first question.

Spargett's avatar

Who says good guys can’t fight? Some times a good old’ ass beating is the only thing someone needs.

I generally don’t condone violence otherwise.

Bri_L's avatar

@ Spargett – but sometimes the beat downs make the person feel worse.

Now if say, we were walking in as he was leaving and he kicked a dog and pushed a little kid with an ice cream cone helping an old lady with groceries down.

Beat down city.

marinelife's avatar

Hi sweetdreams, Welcome tot he collective. It is really helpful to give the context of you question in the details area.

This guy sounds horrible. I hope she goes after him.

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Mexicanamerican's avatar

yeah thats not a man, he’s a Lil B$&)h… That sucks for your friend

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