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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crazy f'ing people

Posted on Mon, Sep. 22, 2014 at 06:31 pm

Where do I begin. I loved my ILs at first. But after the first time they came to stay with us( they live on the west coast) and this was the first time I met MIL she told me how we weren't good to our dogs??? Wtf bitch? My dogs are my children? I don't feed them table scraps and she's trying to fees them bacon grease and chocolate after I told her not to! And I'm the horrible one? Hubby finally tells her to knock it off she throws a temper tantrum. Then tells me stories about his ex. Bitch I don't care! Then at our wedding they comlained about their hotel? When they are the ones who couldn't afford a bed and breakfast and told my guests I put them there. Sorry my family and me and my hubs played for the whole wedding when you didn't offer to even help. MIL bitches that I don't spend time with her? I'm getting a damn wedding of over a 100 guests together without a wedding planner and the only time mil text me was to make sure my aunt could do her make up. FIL is a drunk leaves wedding early telling us they are leaving to go home in the morning we thought they were staying another two days. BILs try to stay at our b&b our wedding night and get pissed when I said no so they go back to my moms house with our wedding party and tell my sisters that the wedding sucked they hate our town and so on. Sorry you can't hang in the country city boys. MIL insists on grand babies umm sorry bitch u have tried to fake commit suicide you abuse your 5 meds and pass out you will never watch your future grand babies prob try to feed them chocolate and bacon grease like the damn dogs.

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Are you serious?!?

Posted on Mon, Sep. 22, 2014 at 01:42 pm

I found out that my MIL has been telling the family that I steal things from her house whenever I visit. She couldn't find a whisk (that's right, a WHISK) in her kitchen and told whoever would listen that it suddenly disappeared right after DH and I had paid her a visit. The next time it was a small, $1 store knick-knack that had disappeared and was also 'stolen' by me. Later I heard that my niece-in-law had found the whisk in the cabinet under the drawer where it was usually kept (it had somehow fallen behind the drawer and into the cabinet below). Then, the next time we visited MIL, we see the "stolen" knick-knack back in its place on the end table. It had fallen off the table and landed under the couch.

A few weeks later I asked the family member who had told me about MIL's accusations against me if MIL had told her that these missing objects have since turned up in MIL's house. The family member chuckled and said, "no, but now she thinks you took her dog's squeaky toy." We both burst into laughter. Unbelievable.

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A baby is a person, not a prop, crazy in-laws!

Posted on Mon, Sep. 22, 2014 at 05:17 am

I am so sick of my in-laws grabbing the baby and snapping photo after photo of him staring at the camera looking unhappy while one after another they pose happily with him so that they can go home and post dozens of pics on facebook. Frequently my son is almost crying he's so frustrated and wants to get down and play, but he can't until their photo shoot is over unless my hub and I speak up and say "put him down!" They objectify him in order to get their moment of glory on facebook. And once it's online, they get what they want: extended family in-laws saying how much my baby looks like his aunts, who comes to see him once every two months and who he doesn't even know or have a relationship with. Sorry, my baby looks like his DADDY and yes, daddy's sister looks a little bit like daddy and therefore there's some similarity between her and baby. Not enough to warrant AIL writing "he looks just like YOU" with "you" in all caps. Nope, he looks just like daddy with mommy's eyes, but live in your fantasy world!

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 08:29 pm

You are a big phoney whose life centers around trying to cause drama on social media. I look forward to seeing what the future holds for you after your first divorce. It's amazing your current S/O hasn't run for the hills after 3 years of your verbal/physical abuse, flat out rejecting his proposal for shallow reasons and a few episodes of cheating under his belt. Bitch, anyone can make their life look rosy on Facebook. I know yours is NOT therefore the jig is up. Aint nobody jealous of you! Promise! We are glad we aren't you!!!!!! :)

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We're not playing your drama games anymore!

Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 12:17 pm

We cut them out. We're tired of their drama games. Especially ESIL and NIL. Always scheming and playing games. They can't be real. Manipulation, lying and deceit is in their hearts.
Money grubbing is their motive. Who can they wheedle money out of. Problem is they never reciprocate. There's a name for people like this. Leeches, moochers, swindlers, vultures, etc. etc. We're in peace now without them! Bye bye outlaws!

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I Have a Great Dog!

Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 09:49 am

I was home alone with my 8 month old DD. DD was in her crib and I was doing chores in a room across the house, and all of a sudden I heard my dog barking viciously (the kind of bark where you know that their attacking something, not just barking at something) and someone screaming. Of course I run quick to see what the hell is going on. My MIL, who is not allowed over at our house, was laying on the hallway floor with my 100lb+ dog on top of her attacking her. MIL has only seen this dog once - so MIL is a stranger to my dog... and my dog is VERY protective over DD. I called my dog off of her and was yelling at MIL what the hell is she doing here?! She was unannounced and came into my home uninvited - to do who knows what in my house. And wouldn't you know that MIL is mad at me?! MIL threatened to sue me for physical and emotional damage from my dog attacking her - which she was bleeding pretty bad, but she deserved it. So I called the cops for her trespassing and breaking and entering into my house. We have outside and inside cameras throughout the house - and I had plenty of evidence to show the cops to charge her and prevent her from suing me. The cops did have to call animal control because of the "bite," but animal control dismissed it because she's current on shots and because of the situation in my own house. So in the end, MIL got hurt and showed DH just how crazy she actually is again and my dog got a steak dinner for protecting DD and our house so well.

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 08:40 am

One evening the ILs called my DH and demanded we come to visit as there were guests in town, dear family friends of theirs. Dumb us we dropped everything and rushed 60 miles away whereupon they met us on their front porch and told us goodbye, they were all going out to dinner together (without us), no lie. We went to Burger King by ourselves. Just one of the many weird tricks my Inlaws pulled.

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bye DH

Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 12:52 am

Sooner or later he will be my ex husband. I will be free, from nasty in laws. Goodbye my love, although I still love you. No matter how much I put effort in our relationship, you will not appreciate and go for them still. Do you know I've been bullied when you are not around? Have you ever stand in my shoes and think. I'm not asking for a return. Forget it, evil MIL wins. Ya, and I realized, parents are the one always be there for you, no matter what. Just leave, I will set you and me free.

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MIL please be kind and take good care of yourself.

Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 12:39 am

MIL you're retired with a full pension, a lifetime of savings. You have a lot of free time and you have your husband.

I have young children dealing with a multitude of growing pains. I have health problems, marriage problems, financial problems, mechanical problems, house problems. I don't have enough time in a day to fix all my problems.

Please do me a favor as a 70+ year old woman. Show me something to respect you for. Deal with your loneliness in a dignified way. It's not easy for you, it's not easy for anyone. I'll be lonely too in my old age. But I just can't deal with a grown ass woman whining for attention like a spoiled brat, when I have actual kids to take care of, in addition to your immature son.

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you think it's a bluff?

Posted on Sun, Sep. 21, 2014 at 12:12 am

i read that in order to deal with difficult MILs, wives often resort to denying sex or threaten to divorce.
Actually, it's more that when you(Dear husband) stand there watching, as your family insult me, only to defend them, and telling me that I have to put up with it. When the issue affect our children and you still won't say anything. That's when my lady bits shrivel dry and my faith in this marriage crumble like dust in the wind. It's not a threat, it's not a warning, it's a fact.

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