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Til Death Do Us Part

I've been watching Til Death Do Us Part on Monday's.

After watching so MANY TRUE gruesome stories of these To Love, Honor & PARISH marital relationships, I've decided to continue my relationship with Rufus, my inflatable doll!

Here’s a little scenario for you kids:

Let’s say you were married and you were in the process of a very bitter divorce.

One day, the police knock on your door and inform you that your spouse has just been arrested for hiring an undercover hit man to murder you.

What would be your reaction? Would you give your spouse another chance to make amends? If not, would you ever feel safe to marry someone else again?

Would you demand the stiffest sentence possible, or would you ask the court to show mercy toward your would-be killer spouse?

Would you feel safe after your spouse completed the sentence?



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buddave
Jun. 4th, 2007 09:45 pm (UTC)
I hate to bring this to your attention, but "Rufus" don't
appear to have any rough place for you to have fun.
Or is that where his pucker up buttercup lips pop out??
playgirl
Jun. 4th, 2007 10:29 pm (UTC)
Buttercup
OMG! I hadn't noticed! So that's why I've never been sexually fulfilled while making love with Rufus!

Oh well, I mustn't complain, because he is a great kisser!
cris_nicewelts
Jun. 4th, 2007 09:52 pm (UTC)
OMG John Waters
I didn't know about this. Thanks.

What would be your reaction?
Would you give your spouse another chance to make amends? No. I would have obvously worn out my chance if he wants to kill me.

If not, would you ever feel safe to marry someone else again? Yes I would... to someone weaker than I. It's evil I know.

Would you demand the stiffest sentence possible, or would you ask the court to show mercy toward your would-be killer spouse? To show mercy and then stock up and wait for my chance to defend myself.

Would you feel safe after your spouse completed the sentence? I would feel ready to stock up, wait and wait for my chance to defend myself.

Your are silly. Get rid of the rubber vinyl toys and look for male friends that don't talk too much.
playgirl
Jun. 4th, 2007 11:11 pm (UTC)
Re: OMG John Waters
"Til Death Do Us Part" comes out tonight. Try to watch it.

Get rid of Rufus?! NEVER! He's the love of my life, and I know for a fact that he will NEVER try to kill me! Oh, and he lets me do all the talking and growning! heh heh
moon_shine
Jun. 4th, 2007 09:53 pm (UTC)
I think you need to find some real Pucker Up Buttercup Kisser Like me!:o)
And why do you watch movies like this here is a good movie Once Around or fifty blind dates! And I think Rufus is a little short ;o) lol don't you =o)
playgirl
Jun. 4th, 2007 11:19 pm (UTC)
I recommend you watch "Til Death Do Us Part," and after watching these true cases of couples who once promised to love, honor and obey, you'll see why marriage should never be an option! :o(
moon_shine
Jun. 5th, 2007 05:43 am (UTC)
You know sunshine not everyone is like this.
Sweetie you have to learn to trust and don't live
Your life because of a movie. And I would hate to
Be compared to a nut in some movie wooden you?
Not all marriages are bad I have seen more good marriages
In my life than bad ones and like I have said if you don't
Start with Love Then how can it end good, Love is what it is all about.
adudeabides
Jun. 4th, 2007 10:01 pm (UTC)
Pic 1: Rufus has nothin' to ride.

Pic 2: Those lips aren't for kissin'.

Reaction: That would depend on the circumstances of the relationship and their personality...meaning I could be shocked beyond belief or entirely un-surprised.

Amends: Hell no! Chances are, if they're attemptin' to hir a hit-man, things are beyond repair. Allowing amends is a waste of time. And she might be more successful hiring someone a second time.

Safe: I'd feel safe to marry again. Unless I started noticing similar problems or personality traits that might make me contemplate otherwise.

Sentence: Entirely up to the court. I would not beg for leniency, however, and were my opinion solicited I would likely encourage the stiffest possible penalty.

Post-sentence: This would depend on their personality, primarily.
playgirl
Jun. 4th, 2007 11:05 pm (UTC)
Look what I just found
1. Someone just now brought the "missing link" to my attention! :o(

2. If the Buttercup Lips aren't for kissing, then what are they for?! Wait! Don't tell me! Girl Scout's Honor, I really didn't know!

Unbelievable. Look what I just found:

According to a new Missouri Supreme Court ruling, a woman can hire a hit man to try to kill her ex-husband, but he still has to pay her alimony. The Court ruled that “the attempt to murder husband would not establish a 'clear and unequivocal attempt to relinquish her contractual right to maintenance so long as [husband] is living.”

Missouri Supreme Court Ruling
uglyface2
Jun. 4th, 2007 11:20 pm (UTC)
Re: Look what I just found
That ruling just screams, "Appeal me now!" I'm of the opinion that the Missouri justices were dipping into the moonshine before hearing the case.
playgirl
Jun. 4th, 2007 11:48 pm (UTC)
Re: Look what I just found
True!

That is the most insane thing I've ever read!
moon_shine
Jun. 5th, 2007 05:20 am (UTC)
Re: Look what I just found
so what is wrong with Moonshine!!!??? ;o)
adudeabides
Jun. 6th, 2007 02:06 am (UTC)
Re: Look what I just found
2. I won't tell ya. You can find-out if you're truly curious.

The Supreme Court ruling...isn't surprising, from the legal standpoint, yet from the common-sense aspect...seems rather screwy.
aamusedinatx
Jun. 4th, 2007 11:58 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure I'd feel any different than I did when my first husband tried 3 times (over 5 years) to kill me with his own hands. Recovering from that experience was a long road, but yes I did learn to trust again. I learned to make wiser choices. I learned not to be a victim my entire life--to do so allowed him far too much power over me--even from a distance. He doesn't cross my mind all that often these days, but I do not live in fear of him. I'm lucky in that regard, I don't have to. Other women are NOT as lucky.

Healing and learning and growing are always choices one makes or doesn't.
playgirl
Jun. 5th, 2007 01:28 am (UTC)
violence
I am so sorry you had to go through those experiences with your own husband, and thank God you survived!

I always new that domestic violence existed, but I never realized there was so much of it, until I started watching courttv, with actual cases of husbands murdering their wives, or vise versa.

“Til Death Do Us Part,” starts from the very beginning of the couple’s relationship. It shows how they met, fell in love and married. I cannot understand how a couple that once so loved and so in love, can turn around and violently abuse the other, and many times to extent of murdering that person they once loved!

It is obvious that you and your husband fell in love, married with hope and dreams of living the rest of your lives together. Could you please tell me if you now see that there were signs when you were first dating, and if so, what were those signs that he would become an abusive husband?

I realize that there are also women who physically abuse their husbands, and even murder them. I would ask them the same question I asked you; were there any signs in the very beginning?

I can think of nothing more frightening, than to live with a man who is your husband, and who is to love and protect you, being the one to fear. To fear for your life at the hands of your own husband, is worse than fear of being harmed or even murdered by an outside stranger!
ninjaguydan
Jun. 5th, 2007 02:13 am (UTC)
I have never understood the pathological need to emotionally attach yourself to someone to the point of such irrational actions..Oh, well it's probably the xanax and scotch cocktail talking.

-)
tigron_x
Jun. 5th, 2007 03:04 am (UTC)
Let’s say you were married and you were in the process of a very bitter divorce.

One day, the police knock on your door and inform you that your spouse has just been arrested for hiring an undercover hit man to murder you.

"What would be your reaction?

I'd be in complete disbelief until I saw the evidence. Then I'd be furious and think she was nothing but a money grubbing whore who only married me for my money. And then I would be pissed off at myself for not being intutive enough to see her for who she really was because I'm usually really good at seeing into people. In fact, it's really hard for me to fall for someone, but when I do I fall hard. So I would blame myself. And then I would wonder how I could marry someone so stupid. Because, it's not like she could touch my money anyways. Then I'd be taken by curiosity and wonder why she did it. Try to find out why and then laugh at her for being stupid.

Would you give your spouse another chance to make amends? If not, would you ever feel safe to marry someone else again?"

Lol... hell no! I'd ask them if they wouldn't mind slapping her around a bit. And with the trust issues I already have, someting like this wouldn't make things remotely better. So I would probablly be even more cautious. I already know I would never go after a girl who sought me out unless I knew her for a long time.

Would you demand the stiffest sentence possible, or would you ask the court to show mercy toward your would-be killer spouse?

Of course. I would hire a PI to look into all her contacts. I would even try to ruin her financially so she wouldn't ever have a way to finance such an operation. I would try to find a way for a psychologist to change her belief system. That way I could eventually work something out with her. After all, I do not want enemies.

Would you feel safe after your spouse completed the sentence?

If I thought she was truly sorry for what she did, then I would take care of her and definitely keep as distant as possible. (Not "take care of her" like in the mafia sense.) And no, I wouldn't feel threatened.

justgoto
Jun. 5th, 2007 05:18 am (UTC)
to murder you
My brother's girlfriend stabbed him and he forgave her after an hour or so.
davev1968
Jun. 5th, 2007 12:11 pm (UTC)
What would be your reaction? "That BITCH!"
Would you give your spouse another chance to make amends? No.
If not, would you ever feel safe to marry someone else again? Yes.

Would you demand the stiffest sentence possible, or would you ask the court to show mercy toward your would-be killer spouse? Throw the book at her.

Would you feel safe after your spouse completed the sentence? Yeah, as I would probably leave town while she was in prison.
daddy
Jun. 5th, 2007 01:56 pm (UTC)
FIRST OFF... I agree totally with Pete, Not all men are like that here are some who are totally trustworthy, and you can trust them with your life and never regret your decision.

I would forgive because thats the way I was raised, but forget? no way! Would I feel safe yes! S&W, Ruger and Colt make wonderful body guards.

The one you need to really ask is my little one... Her X tried to kill them both by fire but the dumb ass tried it while he was driving her truck with both of them in it. The Demb SOB did not realise that the fire would HURT before it kills and the SOB ran off the road and escaped and left her to fend for herself. The SOB is in prison and hopefully "Bubba" has made him his bitch, but he did have a bleeding heart judge, who cut his sentence in half. If he ever sets foot on my property when he gets out RUGER will talk to him...
nishar
Jun. 6th, 2007 11:42 am (UTC)
What would be your reaction? Would you give your spouse another chance to make amends? If not, would you ever feel safe to marry someone else again?

I would be too shocked to do anything at first. Then I would be pissed off and head out to the gym to work out my anger. Then I will call my divorce lawyer and have him look into the evidence the police had on my wife to make sure everything is legit and she actually did try to off me. If she really did try to hire someone to kill me, I would divorce her and never want to see her again.

Would you demand the stiffest sentence possible, or would you ask the court to show mercy toward your would-be killer spouse?

I would try and use that to make sure I get the kids, the property the dogs, anything we had together. I wouldn't want her to have a thing.

Would you feel safe after your spouse completed the sentence?

Yes. Cause after I took everything she wouldn't want anything I have. Except for maybe the kids. I would make sure some one else would get custody if I died so that reason to kill me wouldn't exist for her either.

I love John Waters. The only reason I watch that show is for the snarky comments he makes. I fast foreward through the rest of it and just watch my hero John Waters. Lame I know. haha

Ruffus is a very lucky inflatible man. ^_^
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