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post #1 of 46
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My girl dad and sister are in town, her sister is cool but her dad is annoying.
So we already fist fought, he was drunk and said some disrespectful things. His wife of 30 years died and he's taking bipolar meds, he decides not to take them thos trip. He also decides he wants to smoke and fit in with the "cool crowd", I do not smoke and rarely drink.

Anyway, I lost my cash in a cab ride, $800 and my girl was pissed.
So she said she'll have to get her bank card from upstairs, meanwhile the cabby asks if anyone else has money, her sis paid for the cab ride earlier which was $35 she gave me two 20's. So when I ran to the atm I grabbed her $35. Back at the cab now I ask sis for the $5 back to make it an even $35...Dad didnt understand.

Father gets riled up "why are you asking my daughters for money?"...this after $200 in lunch and dinner meals, walking around Wall Street and Chinatown all day in the cold after he complained every step of the way...even though it was his idea....so flash forward back to the cab tangent I snapped and told him "shut the f up" and threw the money in his face and went for a walk.

My girl calls me and I shoot her to voice mail, then she texts me and tells me he's tearing up my apartment. Apparently he broke my office door, threw his daughter suitcase down the steps and told her he'd slap her is she didnt get her **** cause he's leaving.

I tried to remain calm, then I find out he called my brother the n-word for trying to break up the argument between my girl her sister and him.

Still remaining calm for about 40mins while he stomps around MY apartment throwing **** and swearing scaring my neighbors...after it was clear he didnt respect anyone's opinion and the liquor and herb has him feeling mighty, I just snapped and pieced him up then hemmed him up.

He broke down cried and went on about his wife and how it's stressful doing Christmas without her and he's all alone. I felt bad but I was heated because some of the stuff he couldnt take back.

Then, he has Hep-C...this whole week he's been trying to offer everyone food he ate off of, using my shavers, trying to kiss my girl on the lips, coughing and hacking all over my diabetic table full of lancets and what not.

Now I'm laying in the bed as I type and look out in the living area and he's opening the Dolce I bought my girl sniffing it, playing with my headphones, drinking my almond milk out the carton...I am beyond heated...cant wait until tomorrow.

Gonna miss my girl sis cause she super cool but this guy is wearing me down.


Sorry for the long read, feel free to share your rants in this thread...even after the holidays.
post #2 of 46
Man I'm sorry you had to put up with up with his antics and childish behavior. I think you did the right thing to walk away, and when he kept trying you, you reached your boiling point and let him have it.

Its clear he doesn't respect/care about anyone but himself and uses his deceased wife as a bailout for acting out. Luckily they don't live close so you don't have to deal with this on a daily basis.

Things like this can ruin a relationship, do your best to not let that happen
post #3 of 46

ya'll really need to stop chilling with the in-laws during christmas season

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Edited by 2throwed - 2/8/13 at 9:35pm
post #5 of 46

This guy is full of awful. You shouldn't have to be around this guy.

post #6 of 46
U bout to break up with her op?
post #7 of 46

Did y'all enjoy Django?

post #8 of 46
Thread Starter 
My girl and her sister both said they're glad I did it. I just don't feel comfortable punching my girl's father in the mouth and sleeping under the same roof....he acts like it didnt happen and this scares me.

He apologized and says he deserved it and was full aware of tbhe things he said...this makes it worst in my eyes.

The guy engineered drugs for a lving (pharmacuticals), he was clean cut suit and tie. After his wife passed he grew a mohawk, has full sleeves of tattoos and gauges in his ears...he's 65.

He purposely tries to piss people off, like were on the train and my girl bought a poncho sweater to keep warm, theyre really in style and he blurts out mock Spanish dialect in a car full of Mexicans.

He talks about race every 5 mins, "seems like no white people are in New York, everytime I think I see one they speak Polish or Russian"...

My girl, her sis and I was trying to watch the Luther DVDs I got for Xmas and he talked through two episodes ...everytime Alice got sensual with Luther he's all like "uh-oh"and got uncomfortable, going on my rooftop to hit a joint.

... Update he's wearing my colonge, I copped my girl some Dolce, she copped me Givenchy Play....who wears colonge to bed?
post #9 of 46
Sounds more like a infestation in your crib.
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post #11 of 46
GL son. That's all I can tell you. Don't let an awful father come between something special between you and yours.
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post #12 of 46
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My girl and her sister both said they're glad I did it. I just don't feel comfortable punching my girl's father in the mouth and sleeping under the same roof....he acts like it didnt happen and this scares me.

He apologized and says he deserved it and was full aware of tbhe things he said...this makes it worst in my eyes.

The guy engineered drugs for a lving (pharmacuticals), he was clean cut suit and tie. After his wife passed he grew a mohawk, has full sleeves of tattoos and gauges in his ears...he's 65.

He purposely tries to piss people off, like were on the train and my girl bought a poncho sweater to keep warm, theyre really in style and he blurts out mock Spanish dialect in a car full of Mexicans.

He talks about race every 5 mins, "seems like no white people are in New York, everytime I think I see one they speak Polish or Russian"...

My girl, her sis and I was trying to watch the Luther DVDs I got for Xmas and he talked through two episodes ...everytime Alice got sensual with Luther he's all like "uh-oh"and got uncomfortable, going on my rooftop to hit a joint.

... Update he's wearing my colonge, I copped my girl some Dolce, she copped me Givenchy Play....who wears colonge to bed?

Bruh I'm sorry but I had to laugh, this guy is killing the game in every disrespectuful way possible roll.gif
post #13 of 46
Damn, I guess there won't be any father-son bonding going on anytime soon. This would have been the opportune time too.
post #14 of 46
Old lady from my job dropped this gem on me not to long ago she said when I think about marrying a girl make sure her parents are either dead or live very far away laugh.gif
post #15 of 46
Thread Starter 
He's not going to ruin this, shes nothing like him. He's a lot to deal with though. She's reading this and just said "well maybe now is not a good time to tell you he wants me to find him an apartment cause he's moving up here in March".

I don't care long as he's not living in my apartment.

I seriously wanna throw out all my groceries because they're specially marked cause I'm diabetic and I'm scared he contaminated them on purpose for payback.
post #16 of 46
Sounds like a nightmare. Very sorry u have to deal with this.

 

 

 

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post #17 of 46
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Bruh I'm sorry but I had to laugh, this guy is killing the game in every disrespectuful way possible roll.gif

He's really off the chain... 10:30am he's gone though.

I'm celebrating bruh... this week took uncanny self control.
post #18 of 46

I'd be pretty frightened by his carelessness with his hepatitis C, too. 

post #19 of 46
Lol you got bread tho. You proved to us when you posted them racks
post #20 of 46

That's another grown *** man b, first time dude started with the shenanigans, he woulda been gone . . . if your girl can't understand why you don't want a drunk smoking weed in your apartment, throwing stuff around, breaking ****, putting his Hep C germs on your stuff, then well she can step

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post #22 of 46
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Damn, I guess there won't be any father-son bonding going on anytime soon. This would have been the opportune time too.

Actually there was, he felt bad cause he went to a Christmas party at my family's house and my dad was a no show.

He gave me a long talk about how my dad being absent made me a better man and how he'd be my dad as much as he could.

But this guy also says a lot of ******** cause it sounds nice. He's a pathological liar, he says anything to go with the flow and fit in.

Example:

Dad: I'm starved
Me: There's a place in Nolita a few blocks away
Dad:I'm game let's do it!
Dad:(whispers to daughter) I hate walking a few blocks
Edited by The Nomad - 12/27/12 at 9:24pm
post #23 of 46

If he was breaking **** in my apartment or home i would've

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post #24 of 46
OP now has Hep-C
post #25 of 46
I'm glad my in-laws are cool.
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post #26 of 46

Yo ya'll got to get dude some kind of help or something. Hook him up with a new girl or something, but damn he's straight grimy for all that stuff he did. mean.gif

post #27 of 46
Is his name Jimmy Rustle? nerd.gif
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post #28 of 46
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Originally Posted by balloonoboy View Post

Damn, I guess there won't be any father-son bonding going on anytime soon. This would have been the opportune time too.

Actually there was, he felt bad cause he went to a Christmas party at my family's house and my dad was a no show.

He gave me a long talk about how my dad being absent made me a better man and how he'd be my dad as much as he could.

But this guy also says a lot of ******** cause it sounds nice. He's a pathological liar, he says anything to go with the flow and fit in.

Example:

Dad: I'm starved
Me: There's a place in Nolita a few blocks away
Dad:I'm game let's do it!
Dad:(whispers to daughter) I hate walking a few blocks

 

My du sounds like he has two brains

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post #29 of 46
Mr. Rustle starring in Home for the Holidays. Father in law from hell will stop at nothing to destroy the Nomads relationship with his daughter. He's making himself more than at home in this romantic comedy.
post #30 of 46
Pics of dad?

sounds made up... I know you got pics too since it was christmas...
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