That was the late 70s! 😄 1980s was Molly Ringwald, Boy George, adult Michael Jackson and Wham!
That's why you buy the box! 😄
I agree if he didn't know or found it offensive to bring it up. My problem with him was the sulking, making her beg to know what she did, and the storming out.
Ha ha I'm the exact opposite - I'll leave stuff piled on my dining room table for weeks, or clean laundry stacked all over the guest room beds, until I can put things neatly away in their proper places 😄 I have hopes for them too, and Clara is probably - of all MAFS people ever - the one I am surprised each week to find myself liking more and more!
Tricky girl - usually they're so astute 😂😂😂
She wasn't talking to him - she was talking about him. She said something like "I'm going to talk to Pastor Cal and expose all of his shit and everything he's done!"
Pepper continued, "But does a lot of it break my heart, as much of it has broken yours? Do I understand your disgust? Of course I do. We must take responsibility for this match -- but I assure you the Chris we all see now, is not the Chris we met and married to Paige."
^^Pepper from that article. Pepper! The Chris you met and married to Paige was engaged to someone else a few months ago! Didn't you think that mattered at all? It wasn't a red flag to any of you who market yourself as experts? Unless an "expert" publicly says that Chris lied to them about being engaged earlier in the year, they can STFU with their excuses about him.
I think what Virginia thinks of as rules and asking permission, he thinks of as courtesy amongst husband and wife. If a spouse asks you to let them know you got somewhere safely, or to text when you're leaving so they know you're on your way home, why is that offensive? Even if it makes you roll your eyes because you think you're fine, is it that hard to make the other feel better? And based on their discussion, I felt that what she thought was "asking permission" was in his mind being courteous. Several years ago I went to a friend's bachelorette party - it was a little farther home than I'm used to going, it was going to be a small town walking pub crawl, and I didn't want to have to police myself so I decided I was going to spend the night at my friend's house on the sofa and have fun drinking up that night. To Mr P I said, "Hey, here's what I want to do - do you mind?" I wasn't asking permission, just being courteous and considering his feelings. Another thing about being married - one of us might be invited to an event without the other, and one says "Hey, I was going to do ____ this Saturday" and the other says, "You can't because we're already doing _____". And I think Eric would be happy with that. (Once in a while of course, not every single Thursday, Friday and Saturday that he's not working 😄 )
Ha! You're nicer than me - if it were me the airport cops in Las Vegas would be trying to figure out who owned the unattended luggage! 😄