3 thoughts on “The Woman Who Wanted to be Punched

  • November 6, 2019 at 8:36 am

    My father married a woman, not quite as sleazy, but every bit as scheming and evil. A few weeks after my mother died, my father announced he was getting married, although they were prepared to wait a few months. He told proudly how her daughter (a well-made-up 20-something) put pressure on him to get married right away. Why wait? Classic bait-and-switch. Once they were married (having waited 6 months after my mom’s passing), his life of hell started. Not wanting to admit he’d made a mistake, the blame was shifted onto me. I was only 14. Whenever she refused him sex, she would blame me and he would come and kick my door open. I kept my head down and worked hard at school and applied for bursaries. Kept applying, until an exasperated teacher said: “But you already have a bursary, dear!” When asked about it, she explained that it wasn’t good for girls to go to university, they only get married and have babies and anyway I was far too big for my boots. Still, they didn’t think of giving the money back to the donors. My father was a mine manager with two cars in the garage. 10 years after they married, and soon after having changed his will, my father died of a sudden heart attack. Just like her previous husband.

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  • November 6, 2019 at 8:51 am

    My father married a woman, not quite as sleazy, but every bit as scheming and evil. A few weeks after my mother died, my father announced he was getting married, although they were prepared to wait a few months. He told proudly how her daughter (a well-made-up 20-something) put pressure on him to get married right away. Why wait? Classic bait-and-switch. Once they were married (having waited 6 months after my mom’s passing), his life of hell started. Not wanting to admit he’d made a mistake, the blame was shifted onto me. I was only 14. Whenever she refused him sex, she would blame me and he would come and kick my door open. I kept my head down and worked hard at school and applied for bursaries. Kept applying, until an exasperated teacher said: “But you already have a bursary, dear!” When asked about it, my father explained that he and his wife decided it wasn’t good for girls to go to university, they only get married and have babies and anyway I was far too big for my boots. Still, they didn’t think of giving the money back to the donors. My father was a mine manager with two cars in the garage. 10 years and one month after they married, and soon after having changed his will, my father died of a sudden heart attack. Just like her previous husband.

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  • November 7, 2019 at 6:20 pm

    Its disgusting how privileged and spoiled women are, . since feminism there is more inequality than ever, the law is biased against men and boys are failing due to feminised education. If this slut likes violence she should be put on a battlefield. Some equality would teach her a lesson.

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