Divorce Pranks - First Wives Club; Don't Get Mad, Get Even!

 

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Men are not the only

deadbeats.
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"She" can be one too! When you look at the deadbeat sites, ask yourself if you're behaving like a deadbeat, and remember that men are victims of  "her" deadbeat  mentality also.

  Whether you are a custodial parent, a non-custodial parent, a first wife, a second wife, a girlfriend, a boyfriend, ask yourself if you're behaving in the best interest of the child.    

9/20/2000 Ss neglected English homework all week, having to catch up, his mom calls. He tells her, "I can't talk now. I'm not allowed to talk during homework time.  I have to go. Goodbye."

He finishes the work by 8pm. He's getting better and better *grin*.

10pm dh's cell phone rings. Dh asks bm puzzled, "Didn't our home phone answer?" She responds she didn't call our home phone. She sounds manic and demands to know when we'll pick up the certified letter.  (Ahhh, of course. Whenever she sends a certified letter, she'd suddenly be calling ss every night. I think she would try to find out if we'd picked it up, hoping we were upset.  We didn't discuss those things with ss.)

We'd just received the notice yesterday, and I picked it up today. Dh got home at 7:30pm, read the letter and my drafted response at 9pm, and was able to tell bm with puzzlement, "We picked it up today." Wind went out of her sails. Dh gets the impression she thought we'd start misbehaving (like she does) and she'd caught us. He gets the impression she's generally up in arms about how court went.

The letter was a very cordial request for a change of floating weekend. Her letters are only cordial before a court date where she believes she's going to royally screw dh.  Otherwise they are rude demands.

9/21/2000 Bm calls again. She wants to know when, where and time of back-to-school night.  Dh passes on to her from me that we mailed that the day after we faxed her other requested info, a few weeks ago? And today we received more info, and it will be in the mail to her tomorrow.  She says she didn't receive the info.  Dh says matter-of-factly, "We mailed it. We don't use certified mail."  I thinks she's trying to hang on to a remnant of control.

9/27/2000 Bm doesn't show up at back to school night.  My daughter tells me when I get home that bm called ss after we left. We don't ask him about the phone call.

10/12/2000  Bm asks to talk to dh. She tells him she's picking up ss at 8:30am this Saturday. Ok. Then she tells him she's irked that we celebrate ss's b day 2 weeks late every year.

His b day is 10/7.  When she had custody, dh got ss the first full weekend every October (so we didn't celebrate it 2 weeks late "every year").  Since dh has custody, bm got ss last weekend.  She asked for a change of floating weekend, so she's getting him again this weekend.

Since bm stays cordial, dh stays cordial and responds that she had him last weekend, gets him this weekend, my daughter's b day is the 24th, so we're going to celebrate both b days 10/21 weekend. Bm repeated that it irks her that we're celebrating his b day late, but stayed cordial and the conversation ends.

*shaking my head* Just another lame attempt at trying to intrude.

Concerned Stepmom

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dh - darling husband 
bm - biomom 
ss - stepson 
sd - stepdaughter 
dd - darling daughter 
ds - darling son 

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