Has law school made your wives less obedient?

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby RonArtest » Tue May 25, 2010 10:32 pm

It puts the lotion on it's skin, or else, it gets the hose again.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby Paichka » Tue May 25, 2010 10:47 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


Some dudes are like this, and it drives me nuts. I run into it ALL THE TIME in the Army. Particularly older, field grade officers (colonels, generals, etc) find out I'm married with a kid, and they look at me like I have a head growing out of my ass. It's like the fact that I'm working outside the home just doesn't compute with them.

Thank god my husband isn't like that...or if he is, it's buried really deep. :) I told him I'll be his sugar-momma, and he's cool with that. A rare find in an Army officer.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby prezidentv8 » Tue May 25, 2010 10:49 pm

Paichka wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


Some dudes are like this, and it drives me nuts. I run into it ALL THE TIME in the Army. Particularly older, field grade officers (colonels, generals, etc) find out I'm married with a kid, and they look at me like I have a head growing out of my ass. It's like the fact that I'm working outside the home just doesn't compute with them.

Thank god my husband isn't like that...or if he is, it's buried really deep. :) I told him I'll be his sugar-momma, and he's cool with that. A rare find in an Army officer.


To quote a meme a while back, "some people do some things, other people do other things."

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby romothesavior » Tue May 25, 2010 10:53 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


I think most well-educated, mature guys won't think that. I personally would go crazy if my (future) wife was just a stay at home mom for the majority of our relationship. Still, I think the vast majority of guys want to be the primary breadwinner. It is a hard mentality to overcome.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby Rikkugrrl » Tue May 25, 2010 10:53 pm

Paichka wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


Some dudes are like this, and it drives me nuts. I run into it ALL THE TIME in the Army. Particularly older, field grade officers (colonels, generals, etc) find out I'm married with a kid, and they look at me like I have a head growing out of my ass. It's like the fact that I'm working outside the home just doesn't compute with them.

Thank god my husband isn't like that...or if he is, it's buried really deep. :) I told him I'll be his sugar-momma, and he's cool with that. A rare find in an Army officer.


Someone once told me the only job you're allowed to have outside the home is a fulltime womb, ala Michelle Duggar. :D Thankfully they were kidding.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby prezidentv8 » Tue May 25, 2010 10:55 pm

romothesavior wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


I think most well-educated, mature guys won't think that. I personally would go crazy if my (future) wife was just a stay at home mom for the majority of our relationship. Still, I think the vast majority of guys want to be the primary breadwinner. It is a hard mentality to overcome.


I could care less, personally. I like my women able to take care of their own shit. I'll step in when extra strength is necessary.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby A'nold » Tue May 25, 2010 11:11 pm

My wife stays at home but I really want her to pursue her masters and then doctorate like she hopes to do one day. I love smart women. :wink:

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby prezidentv8 » Tue May 25, 2010 11:12 pm

A'nold wrote:My wife stays at home but I really want her to pursue her masters and then doctorate like she hopes to do one day. I love smart women. :wink:


I'm with A'nold.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby RonArtest » Tue May 25, 2010 11:12 pm

A'nold wrote:My wife stays at home but I really want her to pursue her masters and then doctorate like she hopes to do one day. I love smart women. :wink:


A smart woman knows to stay in the damn kitchen.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby Always Credited » Tue May 25, 2010 11:15 pm

prezidentv8 wrote:
Paichka wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


Some dudes are like this, and it drives me nuts. I run into it ALL THE TIME in the Army. Particularly older, field grade officers (colonels, generals, etc) find out I'm married with a kid, and they look at me like I have a head growing out of my ass. It's like the fact that I'm working outside the home just doesn't compute with them.

Thank god my husband isn't like that...or if he is, it's buried really deep. :) I told him I'll be his sugar-momma, and he's cool with that. A rare find in an Army officer.


To quote a meme a while back, "some people do some things, other people do other things."


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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby A'nold » Tue May 25, 2010 11:17 pm

Always Credited wrote:
prezidentv8 wrote:
Paichka wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:Actually on a semi related note, awhile back I had a guy I was casually dating break things off with me because he didn't see longterm potential in me. When I asked why he told me that "that law school thing" is too intimidating and it wasn't what he had in mind for his ideal girl. Then he asked me if I'd give up an acceptance at a top school and stay in the state for him. I laughed as I cheerily called a cab to take me home.

I get this thread is lolzy and it definitely made me giggle, but it reminded me of a guy who was scarily serious about the whole idea that women should stay home and make sandwiches. Somewhat more mature men in law school won't be like that....will they?


Some dudes are like this, and it drives me nuts. I run into it ALL THE TIME in the Army. Particularly older, field grade officers (colonels, generals, etc) find out I'm married with a kid, and they look at me like I have a head growing out of my ass. It's like the fact that I'm working outside the home just doesn't compute with them.

Thank god my husband isn't like that...or if he is, it's buried really deep. :) I told him I'll be his sugar-momma, and he's cool with that. A rare find in an Army officer.


To quote a meme a while back, "some people do some things, other people do other things."


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This meme, the Tillicum meme, and the philosorapter one in the jumpjump thread are my all time favorites.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby cartercl » Tue May 25, 2010 11:19 pm

"If all the animals along the equator were capable of flattery, then Thanksgiving and Halloween would fall... on the same day. "

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

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Just for you A'nold:

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby macattaq » Tue May 25, 2010 11:45 pm

This thread just made my night.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby A'nold » Tue May 25, 2010 11:48 pm

:D

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby Kobe_Teeth » Tue May 25, 2010 11:53 pm

prezidentv8 wrote:
A'nold wrote:My wife stays at home but I really want her to pursue her masters and then doctorate like she hopes to do one day. I love smart women. :wink:


I'm with A'nold.



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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby OrcinusOrcas » Wed May 26, 2010 12:00 am

I'm glad I don't have any one telling me I should be "staying home to be a wife" instead of going to LS.

I love that my husband has assured me that he will be a very happy stay at home Dad when we do decide to have kids, but if 7+ years down the road he changes his mind on that I am not worried about both of us working and having a family. Both of us came from families where both parents worked full time for most of our childhoods. It's not easy, but it's not impossible, either. I don't think it's nearly as black and white as people make it out to be.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby mikeytwoshoes » Wed May 26, 2010 2:02 am

A'nold wrote:
Always Credited wrote:
prezidentv8 wrote:
Paichka wrote:Some dudes are like this, and it drives me nuts. I run into it ALL THE TIME in the Army. Particularly older, field grade officers (colonels, generals, etc) find out I'm married with a kid, and they look at me like I have a head growing out of my ass. It's like the fact that I'm working outside the home just doesn't compute with them.

Thank god my husband isn't like that...or if he is, it's buried really deep. :) I told him I'll be his sugar-momma, and he's cool with that. A rare find in an Army officer.


To quote a meme a while back, "some people do some things, other people do other things."


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This meme, the Tillicum meme, and the philosorapter one in the jumpjump thread are my all time favorites.

Um, did you miss my clarinet-kid meme?

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby billyez » Thu May 27, 2010 1:40 am

prezidentv8 wrote:I could care less, personally. I like my women able to take care of their own shit. I'll step in when extra strength is necessary.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby BlueCivic » Thu May 27, 2010 1:50 am

ChardPennington wrote:Discuss. I find for mine this has yes been case but is slight, can sometimes accept. Make orders into discussions not bad maybe for modern marriage.


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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby daesonesb » Thu May 27, 2010 12:18 pm

BlueCivic wrote:
ChardPennington wrote:Discuss. I find for mine this has yes been case but is slight, can sometimes accept. Make orders into discussions not bad maybe for modern marriage.


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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby SAE » Thu May 27, 2010 12:26 pm

lawl, this thread is amazing.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby t_flores08 » Thu May 27, 2010 1:32 pm

Alright, can I ask how everyone is making the pics? LoL, I am reading thru random threads and whenever I see them, I can't help it laugh. If anyone can just point me in the right direction or tell me what the pics are called (I wanna say "meme's", but not sure), I would greatly appreciate it. Some of these are just too funny.

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Re: Has law school made your wives less obedient?

Postby beef wellington » Thu May 27, 2010 1:37 pm

t_flores08 wrote:Alright, can I ask how everyone is making the pics? LoL, I am reading thru random threads and whenever I see them, I can't help it laugh. If anyone can just point me in the right direction or tell me what the pics are called (I wanna say "meme's", but not sure), I would greatly appreciate it. Some of these are just too funny.

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