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Cent

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Cent says:

Grounds for Divorce?

Yesterday evening i got home from work and couldnt put my 11 plate red and white Honda CBR F in the garage, because my daughters car was on the drive, she had gone out with my wife, son and her boyfriend and 2 kids in my wifes car. So i put my bike where my wife car would have been. while i was waiting for them to get home i fell a sleep watching TV, after a while i was awoken by my wife and son taliking in the kitchen, they had not long got home, after enquiring where they had been i told my son to move his mothers car off the drive since it had replaced my daughters car on the drive. When i got outside my Bike indicator light was hanging off! and closer examination there was extensive damge to the exhaust side of my bike including the exhaust itself (£500 exhaust) at this point you can imagine i was fuming, i went back in to confront my wife she denied all knowledge i could tell she new more since she seemed very calm at the fact some one may have damaed my bike, after going out and coming back in, saying that a neighbour had seen her do it, she stopped denying it and said i was acting stupid! now i just flipped after putting the bike in the garage i left the house slamming the front door and almost smathing all the windows. For to hit the bike on a nice sunny day is unfrogivable, but then to deny it like some scally would off done, when its your own wife is criminal!

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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

Cent

Chill dude. :winkie:

It was 'out of order' of her ...but at the end of the day it's your wife - what's her's is your's and vice verca.

Although we get attached to our bikes - it's all  just 'stuff' that can be fixed and replaced.

Forgive her ...family and love is far more important than possessions and 'stuff'.

What's done is done, falling out with her will not undo the damage to the bike ...... and just make life miserable for you her and your kids.

Tell her it's ok and give her a hug.

She will think more of you for it ...and you should have stored up some major 'brownie points' for next time you want to go off with the lads on a biking trip etc.

 

Let the anger go and be happy ...life is too short. :winkie:

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preunit

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preunit says:

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:unsure::biggrin:

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evlcatnw

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evlcatnw says:

Cent

just think of all of them brownie points she owes u-get her baking and 'paying off' the damage in kind... Could actually turn out for the best and once you've got over the initial 'fume' could work in ur favour for years...


I suggest sad puppy eyes, an apology and a VERY long list of how she can repay you :biggrin:

Could be worse-she could hav knocked it over and repeatedly run over it x

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shuggie1

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shuggie1 says:

Poor woman's got a dent in her car

as someone left a bike in the way, show her some sympathy...

:ph43r:

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

Oh dear...

Divorce the bitch.....:wink::mad:

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Cyclonite

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Cyclonite says:

dude

Keep the pimp hand strong!

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

Ha ha

The o/h put a major scratch in my exhaust recently.

I was seriously pissed off.  However, I never said a word.  No point.  He knew he did it.  I knew he did it.  He knew I knew he did it.  I knew he knew (you get the drift)

Shit happens

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Mickly

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Mickly says:

Smile Sweetly

Say you forgive her.

Add up the cost of repairs + compo for psychological damage and deduct it from her handbag / shoes / soft furnishing fund, then expalin she will have to tell the family that Xmas is cancelled and it's all her fault.

Jobs a good'un.

Mickly

Oh and make sure there are no sharp implements at hand (like her tongue)

 

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Boult

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Boult says:

My Mum

parked her car on mine a couple of months back - then tried to disengage by driving back down the drive....:wacko:


"It wasn't there when I went out".....

Smile on the outside, fume on the inside, let it go and repair it. It's a collection of nuts and bolts at the end of the day.:smile

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norris

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norris says:

Any

Married man know's  WOMEN  are never wrong.:roll eyes: It was your fault for leaving it. :wink:

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