16 thoughts on “Like that would ever happen

  1. RiRi, heed the words of George W. Bush:

    There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.

    • When you’re in an abusive relationship it can be hard to get out. I’m thinking her self esteem must be lower than she pretends and she feels she can’t do any better. I know it took my mom forcing me to break up with the guy who was abusing me to walk away and not go back. Otherwise I likely would’ve stayed as I felt I couldn’t do any better than a guy who called me stupid all the time, cheated on me with married women, and left bruises on me.

      Maybe it’s time to introduce RiRi to my mom, actually.

    • When I was in grad school for my psych degree I interned at a domestic violence shelter. The stats we were taught at the time (1990s) were that an abused woman will go back to her abuser an average of seven times before leaving him for good.

  2. Okay….I want to know how she measures a “fuck up”?

    I mean if the next one is shy of putting her in the hospital next time….then does that count? I mean if he pulls his punches does he get another pass?

    Is a “Fuck up” equal to, or greater then?

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