When ‘in the doghouse’ just isn’t enough…
Yikes. Have you ever heard about someone THIS far gone?
Cue the ‘take my wife… please’ jokes.
A 70-year-old man accused of robbing a bank in Kansas told investigators he would rather be imprisoned than live with his wife.
Court documents say Lawrence John Ripple gave a note to a bank teller in Kansas City on Friday, demanding cash and warning he had a gun. Ripple took the money and went to sit in the lobby where he told a guard he was the “guy he was looking for.”
Officers arrived quickly. An FBI agent wrote in the affidavit that Ripple had earlier been arguing with his wife. He told investigators he wrote the note in front of his wife, telling her he would “rather be in jail than at home.”
Don’t let this happen to you! Know the signs!
19 Signs That You’re Dating Or Married To A Crazy Bitch
FYI: a female psychiatrist who deals with men stuck in abusive relationships penned the following quiz. Enjoy.
Here’s a quiz to find out if your wife, girlfriend or ex is an abuser:
1) Does she fly into rages without warning over relatively trivial matters like a web page loading too slowly?
2) Are you always the scapegoat/bad guy whenever she’s frustrated, disappointed or just plain bored?
3) Do her friends (that is, if she has any) describe her as a “drama queen?”
4) Does she describe herself as a drama queen? If so, congrats. You found one with a modicum of self-awareness.
5) Is her lipstick a little too red? Is it applied like theater makeup and a tad crooked?
6) Did sex begin with an earth shattering bang and fizzle into infrequent, transactional and conditional sex?
7) Is she a black-and-white, all-or-nothing thinker?
8) Do you lie to your family, friends and colleagues about what goes on at home?
9) Do you find yourself making excuses to your family, friends and colleagues for her inexcusable behavior?
10) Do you find yourself walking on eggshells around her?
11) Does she hate your friends and family and become angry or tearful when you spend time with them?
12) Is she pathologically jealous?
13) Does she project her feelings onto you? For example, she’s yelling and raging and then accuses you of being angry.
14) Does she focus solely on her emotional experience while exhibiting little or no empathy for yours?
15) Have you distanced yourself from friends and family because of your relationship?
16) Does she place you on a pedestal one day only to tear you down the next day? “I’ve never known anyone like you before. You’re so wonderful!” Next day: “You’re the devil! You’re the most selfish bastard I’ve ever met! You don’t love me!”
17) Did she change her identity after she landed you? For example, when you first met her she was a sexy, adventurous, sweet ballbuster; now, she’s afraid of her own shadow, has no outside interests and goes ballistic if she has to do anything without you.
18) Does she put you into “no win” situations in which nothing you do is good enough and you’re guaranteed to fail?
19) Does she exhibit stalker behaviors? This usually occurs during the courtship phase or when she senses you’re about to make a break for it. For instance: Calling and hanging up? Calling over and over and over until you answer the phone? Does she wait outside your home, uninvited, until you arrive? Does she show up at places she know you’ll be, also uninvited? Has she tried to get close to your friends in inappropriate ways?
If you answered “yes” to more than two of these questions, you may be involved with a female abuser. You’re not alone. They’re everywhere.