I'm already tired of winning.
I think the "rival" had the last laugh. She only had to deal with that pair once - and imagine how many more chances to "be angry" the cheating bastard will present to his "better half". You gotta give at least one to stupid: consistency.
HAHAHA! You nailed it. I've NEVER understood why any woman would fight for a man who cheats.You can have him, would be my position. Good riddance.
Yeah, I'd guess this isn't that unusual for them. It didn't look like he really ran off, more like he strolled off.In Peru it may be a question of being better off with a husband who's a dirtbag than not having a husband at all. Especially if you let someone disrespect you by stealing him away with no repercussions.
Yes, you're right. The more male-dominated a society, resulting in strict hierarchies and rigid social roles, the more likely it is that a woman would fight for even a shitheel of a man.I seem to remember a discussion over at Rachel's last year where I tried to make that argument...
Ah yes, I well remember The Incident. That was a shame, it's normally such a congenial place. I never would have expected anyone to go ballistic over what seemed like a pretty uncontroversial post and comments.
Which just goes to show you never what might push someone's buttons and send them into orbit... :)