I Hate My Inlaws!

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In-laws, and the quarrels they start, have been the subject of stories for many years. This is your opportunity to sound off about your own in-laws! Tell the world the story, or stories, of your in-laws. We're looking for the funny ones, the sad ones, the crazy ones, and every story in-between.

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Posted on Sun, Mar. 11, 2018 at 08:54 am

I lost my dad two years ago. NOT ONE of the in-laws called, texted or showed up at the funeral to offer their condolences.

Husband said mil states that the company (husband) works for should have sent a floral spay to the funeral! Unbelievable bitch! Thanks for that useless info about a plant!

Fuck all of you pathetic people! I’m absolutely done with every last one of you cockroaches!

FUCK OFF!! 🖕🏻🖕🏻🖕🏻

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Posted on Sun, Mar. 11, 2018 at 08:33 am

Look here Queen Bitch and Slob of the Sofa,

I’ve also been decent and gone out of my way for both of you. Enough is enough!

It won’t be long until your raggedy old asses will be unable to get around. You’ll be asking your son to help and do things for you. It isn’t going to happen! You were never there for him or our children. So busy with your “faux friends”. Your princess daughter won’t have you bc you’ve never saved for anything and blown every dime you’ve ever had. You’ll be too broke for her to take you in. She’s too “progressive” for that!

We will take both of you, Queen Bitch, and Slob of the Sofa, to the farthest nursing home and drop your asses at the door!

You’re both gonna reap what you’ve sown!

Yours Truly,
Your favorite DIL!

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I can’t stand your mother

Posted on Sun, Mar. 11, 2018 at 06:44 am

You know that she enjoys trouble and you know that she enjoys trouble with me . Alls she does is lies all the time she is mean and she is nasty and everyone can not believe the way that she acts I cannot stand your mother she baggers me all the time and I mean every time !!! Why aren’t you telling her to leave me alone !!! I can not take her crap anymore and you are a horrible husband are marriage is a complete joke . I hate you !!!!!!!! So much !!!!!!!!!!!!! I wish that I never met you !!!!!

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Father in law from hell

Posted on Sun, Mar. 11, 2018 at 12:59 am

I always had the perfect man in mind. A soft and gentle guy who respects his partner and who can be trusted no matter what. It took me many years, but I found him. My partner is the best thing that has ever happened to me. He is just so nice, and it is impossible to dislike him. Because my partner is like this, I thought his father would be like this as well… WRONG!!

His father is the most obnoxious creature I have ever met. I have met a lot of **** before, but he is beyond stupid. When I first met him, he was not too bad. However, we moved in with him and his girlfriend and after 2 weeks we got kicked out of the house for no clear reason. He said I was rude for not going up for a cup of tea (he also got annoyed about his own fridge that we used during that time).

I had just moved countries, missed my family, was depressed and I needed my time to adjust. He had no sympathy for that. Whenever, I spoke to him he insulted his ex-wife and basically said my partner was a lazy **** who did not know what to do with his life. My partner works over 40 hours a week and is a provider. His father worked whenever he felt like it and is waiting for his mother to die, so he can claim her house. He is that type of person! I really felt so wronged when this happened, and I felt so bad for my partner. He truly respected his dad so much and was in utter shock when we got kicked out. Somehow, I feel like it was my partner’s father’s plan to get rid of me to begin with. He is a racist and my partner and I are from different countries.
My partner and I had a lot of discussions about his dad. He understood I was mad but would never stop seeing his dad. So, what did I do? I told my partner that we should maybe meet up and patch it up. My partner called his dad and said we would never talk about it again. We met up and talked. We do not have to like each other, as long as we can be civil with each other. I wanted to be civil for my partner, not for him. However, I really think this man does not understand what love is. After we met up, I was not welcome at his Birthday and Christmas! He assumed my partner would come to Christmas by himself and dump me somewhere else! I was so mad!! Now he says I should have called him before and I should have apologized! YOU KICKED ME OUT AND I HAVE TO APOLOGIZE? He really gets on my nerves. He is disrespectful and treats women as dogs. He would tell his ex-wife that she could only have one wine on a night out. DISGUSTING! He is also the type of man that is scared of strong men. He is definitely not like that. He is a very weak and sad man.

My partner is torn in the middle. He agrees with me and supports me, but on the other hand he does not want to lose his dad. This ‘man’ does not deserve his son. His son is so much more of a man than he will ever be.

My family cannot stand him either. They took my partner in for 10 months. 10 months there with no issues whatsoever and two weeks at my partner’s dad and issues all around us.
So, I had just arrived in a new country and instead of welcoming me my ‘Father-in-law’ kicked me out. I am still here, and I will always be in his hair. I like that idea. I want to spite him.

That man is a true waste of air. Please note that I am a loving person and I respect other individuals. I just cannot deal with him and I do not think I deserve his disrespectful treatment. He makes me feel like I am worth nothing. It kills me, and I hate this hate feeling.

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So You Thought I Would Not Notice, SIL!

Posted on Sat, Mar. 10, 2018 at 05:27 pm

Wow, SIL! Did you even think that I would not notice that you went on vacation with DH's ex-wife? You plastered dozen of photos all over social media and even made a chummy photo of you and her as your new cover photo. Your brother and I have been together for 10 years now, and all of my family has been loving and accepting of him, my DH. They love him! Of course, you refuse to even acknowledge that I have a family, including adult children and grandchildren who all love your brother! I forgot, I guess, that you just don't get it. You're still attached at the apron strings to your Mama, since you never really left home and I am supposed to feel sorry for you. The one time that you actually came to visit us, you had to suddenly leave because you were worried about your cat being lonely. Funny how that wasn't an issue THIS TIME, went you traveled thousands of miles to hang out with DH's ex! And I don't see you hanging out with your other brother's ex either, because that would never go down as being okay. Somehow, your current infatuation with my DH's ex is fine, even though she dumped him for another woman. I just don't get it, so ba-bye!

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Facebook likes

Posted on Sat, Mar. 10, 2018 at 02:35 pm

Why do people feel the need to comment on your Facebook posts if God forbid, I actually make a nice comment. Why does your mother have to go after me and continue to do this? I realize that this is just petty but why do it. On the rare occasion you see me, you do not bother to acknowledge me and I am just fine with that. But commenting after I make a nice comment is silly. If it makes you and yours feel superior to me fine. But it makes you look small and petty.

So I will continue to do what I am doing and I sincerely hope it drives you and yours nuts. See you in April and be ready for some something special you twits.

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Owning up

Posted on Sat, Mar. 10, 2018 at 11:55 am

You didn’t ace parenting. You excelled at keeping a roof over their heads and providing education through university. You might have done better at feeding your kids but you projected your own body-image issues onto them and imposed insane diets on the family. This along with making your seven year old go to weight watchers meetings gave your child your own insecurities. These and other failings are cause the epic eye rolls that follow every time you say “but you have to!”

No, we do not have to get a babysitter and go out every weekend. First, we can’t afford it right now so you shouldn’t bring it up unless you’re going to foot the bill. Second, you went out this often and all it did was make them feel like you choosing yourselves and your friends over your own children.

We understand that you had demanding jobs. You chose those careers though and with what little time was left, you mostly chose others over your own children. This sent a clear message that they weren’t good enough for their own parents. This has caused them problems to innumerable to state and you know it but you just just deny the validity of your children’s experiences. If you want to know what you can say that would be helpful then just own up to the fact that you didn’t do a perfect job of parenting and then try your best not to tell us what we have to do to be good parents.

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Posted on Sat, Mar. 10, 2018 at 05:12 am

Was really looking forward to dh aunties party, seeing everyone and letting our children have fun with their cousins, given we have a nearly 1yr old, and 2 year old and one due in 6 weeks, it was understood fil was giving us a lift there. Mil can't make the effort to go from her house to the car and from the car to the building where the party is so fil has decided instead of still taking us he is watching sports and drinking. We made it clear we wouldn't have another way of getting there as its quite far and if we were to get a taxi it would mean also carrying two car seats and a pram as well as the kids, which while I'm heavily pregnant isn't a good idea. So sports and beer comes before his grandchildren having time with family. Annoying because I love dhs family apart from mil and fil. They're lovely people who we don't get to see very often, mil complains that her sisters do stuff together often without including her, I felt sorry for her at first but it's become clear she alienates herself from them. Always the victim and fil always the enabler.

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Mothers day

Posted on Sat, Mar. 10, 2018 at 04:35 am

Every year that I have been with dh his father will send a don't forget its mother's day text the day before, and remind him to get mil something, we have two children and one on the way my dh is fully aware it's mother's day because it's my bloody day. Some people may disagree with me here but I feel like when a man has a family with a woman, mothers day is about his wife and children, not to say his mum shouldn't get a card or text or acknowledgement (even though she's a terrible meddling selfish woman) but I find it ridiculous that if he hasn't sent a text by noon his father will keep texting guilt tripping him into it. This happens on father day too, last year his father didn't receive a text first thing so he sent a passive aggressive message about how it must not of gone through to his phone yet and knows dh wouldn't forget about him. This irritates me so much when I become a grandparent i and dh won't expect our children to jump through hoops on md or fd we will want our children to enjoy being showered in love by their partners and children, and if I am forgotten about I won't be guilt tripping my children I will assume they had that good of a day it slipped their minds, you don't have children so they can acknowledge all you did for them, you made them, they owe you nothing and seeing them happy and healthy is all I will ever hope from them.

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Stop it right now!

Posted on Fri, Mar. 09, 2018 at 09:11 am

You’re almost 40 and can’t get a minimum wage job (or won’t?). Stop having kids, living off the government and your parents. Some people need help, you are just lazy.

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