: surgical severance of nerve fibers connecting the frontal lobes to the thalamus performed especially formerly for the relief of some mental disorders
... but writing somthing cool in the Valentines card is a good idea too. It might promote the conversation others are urging.
FWIW, after her first comment, a simple, "Yes, dear!" kinda puts her in a spot for a second...
Either work it out with her or find a new wife...
I've been married for 32 years and all I can think of asking you is " you two do love each other , right ? " - Gonz
Major red flags going off here. You guys need to have a serious discussion.
FWIW, I would NEVER EVER EVER speak badly of my husband in public and I know he would never do that to me either. That's not cool under any circumstance.
How the hell can you be married to someone who doesn't like football?
My wife: has a first cousin who played for the Bengals in their second Super Bowl, two other cousins who played DI football, four uncles who are coaches and a husband who played college ball.
The first time I said I loved her was during a Ravens game. I screamed at the TV, "Why don't you run a screen pass?!" She calmly looks at me and says, "Because your offensive linemen aren't athletic enough to get out in front of the running-back."
My wife doesn't like football. But she also appreciates that people are passionate about it and respects that.
We're assuming here, but it sounds like the wife no only doesn't follow football, but also doesn't understand why ANYONE would care about it.
Dump her! :hammer:
Going to Ravens games should be a major aspect of your marriage. Instead, she sounds like a spoiled brat & prima donna out of the "me-first" generation.
Far as what to say. If you must say anything at all in response to such a childish public temper tantrum I would say:
"Sure your right. Nothing screams maturity like airing out family issues on facebook" or if your feeling brave
"I guess my wife is one of the MILLIONS of dumbasses who insist on sharing their families private issues with the world" or
Post a picture of Mel Gibson at the end of Braveheart and just put the caption FREEDOM!!!! or
Post a picture from the Wizzard of Oz of the Wicked Witch of the West crushed by the house. If you got time on your hand touch up the pic in photoshop wiht a Ravens flair lol and leave it at that
Never, ever kiss anyone's ass, especially if its in the process of shitting on you.
If she can't respect a man's love and passion for football, I suggest getting a new wife. Seriously. She sounds degrading and annoying as hell.
My advice is get a good divorce lawyer. Seriously she's acting like a child.
I'm glad my GF loves football and the Ravens as much as I do. I got tickets to the Colts game for her bday. Win-Win for me. lol
Yes, I think it's time to move on. She sounds like she sucks and even her friends don't like her.
Make sure you extracate any Ravens memorabilia, children and anything else you care about before telling her though. And probably best to not do it on Facebook. Tweeting is faster.
The problem is not that she doesn't like football or that she was angry at you. The problem is that she displayed a lack of understanding of the boundaries of the marriage relationship. Marriage is based on trust and intimacy; trashing you publicly and harping on it with her "friends" destroys both. Boundaries must be respected.
Put some time and effort into learning "how to fight fair" (here is a good article) and remember that your marriage comes first--before everything else, including your fandom and your friends. This is the person you promised you would be with all the days of your life. Fix it now. There are lots of good resources for marriage help on the internet, but choose carefully.