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What is one of the most painful but hilerious thing hubby has ever said to you in an argument?




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      Victorious wrote Jun 10, 2011
    • My hubby told me over and over while pointing to his head that my head was leakingfrownestatic




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      Mary Clark wrote Jun 11, 2011
    • I really can’t recall my husband EVER saying anything that was painful at the time that ended up being hilarious.  

      Now he can say some funny things to me....but nothing in an heated argument.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jun 11, 2011
    • Mine would be flattened if he ever...... I don’t have a sense of humor that way!




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Jun 11, 2011
    • Well it wasn’t hurtful but it was funny and it was more like bickering.
      He told me to grow up ( in this case he was right ) and my comment was “why? 6 ft 3 1/2 inches isn’t enough growin up” it was silly and didn’t make alotbof sence but we both started laughing and then the bickering was over.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 11, 2011
    • Hubby and I almost never argue and I don’t think we’ve ever said any painful things (hilarious or otherwise) during an arguement.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jun 12, 2011
    • Stupid, mean and ignorant come to mind, but never hilarious then or later. The man has a problem with women and I can’t laugh about it, being a woman. It’s his to “fix“, not mine.

      Cathie




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      Victorious wrote Jun 12, 2011
    • Thanks for sharing everyone....What I realize from all the comments is that for those who could not find anything Hilarius about past comments is that there was no healing. So bitterness is still there....Hubby and I during that time did not understand allot about each other as communication was not good on his side of things and as such my reaction to him was so negative because of frustration.....At one point he could not believe that he said those things to me....As bad as it was we needed to go through that process to be at the point where we are at now....We will never reach that point again as we have a better understanding of each other as there is allot more communication. Because of this there is so much more respectheart




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 12, 2011
    • The only thing I can think of him saying is..“Uh, oh, Ann is at it again.“...Ann is my mom!estatic




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jun 13, 2011
    • Victorious, my darling. I’m not bitter... I can’t put that on myself and live that way. I’d tried my very best to get my marriage healthy, but it takes two since there’s two in the marriage.  

      I believe marriages can survive painful but hilarious for its ridiculous content in angry and heated arguments. I’m also a realist and see not all marriages survive this type of arguing because sometimes it’s just inappropriate treatment of a spouse and it’s verbal abuse. Hopefully those who suffered it will heal and not have bitterness to cloud up the rest of their live, chalk it up as, Wow that was an experience I don’t need to do again!  

      I say... good for you and your husband and everyone else too, who do laugh later and it’s like a special shared joke bond between them. It is hopeful that all of us will have this love and it’s also possible some of us won’t.  

      Cathie




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      Victorious wrote Jun 13, 2011
    • Cathie...I hope I did not offend you by using the wrong choice of word....You are right...Not all marriages can go through a healing process and survive.

      I am so happy for those like yourself that can move on and not have bitterness.heartheartheart




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