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Author:  houtkabouter [ Sun May 26, 2019 8:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

Openside wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
If the marriage/divorce was nasty. I was asked by a friend to accompany him to his ex mother in-law's funeral. Considering all the shit that happened (court cases, fist fights with her family, threats etc) I reckon he shouldn't go but he has two kids with ex wife.



If my ex croaked I wouldn't go unless specifically asked by my kids - the In Laws no fecking chance!!

It’s more difficult when the breadwinner is the village idiot ;)

Author:  message #2527204 [ Sun May 26, 2019 8:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

houtkabouter wrote:
Openside wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
If the marriage/divorce was nasty. I was asked by a friend to accompany him to his ex mother in-law's funeral. Considering all the shit that happened (court cases, fist fights with her family, threats etc) I reckon he shouldn't go but he has two kids with ex wife.



If my ex croaked I wouldn't go unless specifically asked by my kids - the In Laws no fecking chance!!

It’s more difficult when the breadwinner is the village idiot ;)

Sounds as though she is serially into village idiots. Why the fudge would he want to go? What possible good can come of it?

Author:  Harden up!!! [ Mon May 27, 2019 11:13 am ]
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Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Author:  CrazyIslander [ Mon May 27, 2019 12:03 pm ]
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Harden up!!! wrote:
Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Nah Aussie funeral. But Tonga funerals aren't like that either.

Author:  Harden up!!! [ Mon May 27, 2019 12:07 pm ]
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CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Nah Aussie funeral. But Tonga funerals aren't like that either.


Why does he want to go into such a hostile environment? For the kids? Or the mother in law the only inlaw he got on with? Just seems mystifying.

Author:  CrazyIslander [ Mon May 27, 2019 12:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

Harden up!!! wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Nah Aussie funeral. But Tonga funerals aren't like that either.


Why does he want to go into such a hostile environment? For the kids? Or the mother in law the only inlaw he got on with? Just seems mystifying.

For the kids I guess. The grandma is important to the kids and imo he doesn't want let them down. The kids live with mother majority of the time. They're about 8-11yrs old.

Author:  Harden up!!! [ Mon May 27, 2019 12:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Nah Aussie funeral. But Tonga funerals aren't like that either.


Why does he want to go into such a hostile environment? For the kids? Or the mother in law the only inlaw he got on with? Just seems mystifying.

For the kids I guess. The grandma is important to the kids and imo he doesn't want let them down. The kids live with mother majority of the time. They're about 8-11yrs old.


Ah he has to put the brave face foward, i just hope no other inlaw starts beef or causes trouble to make the good intentions backfire.

Author:  obelixtim [ Mon May 27, 2019 2:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

Harden up!!! wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Nah Aussie funeral. But Tonga funerals aren't like that either.


Why does he want to go into such a hostile environment? For the kids? Or the mother in law the only inlaw he got on with? Just seems mystifying.

For the kids I guess. The grandma is important to the kids and imo he doesn't want let them down. The kids live with mother majority of the time. They're about 8-11yrs old.


Ah he has to put the brave face foward, i just hope no other inlaw starts beef or causes trouble to make the good intentions backfire.


Arrive late, stand at the back, leave the second its over.

Author:  message #2527204 [ Mon May 27, 2019 5:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
Harden up!!! wrote:
Tongan Funeral? Wear body armor and a helmet to the wedding and have a getaway car with driver handy.

Nah Aussie funeral. But Tonga funerals aren't like that either.


Why does he want to go into such a hostile environment? For the kids? Or the mother in law the only inlaw he got on with? Just seems mystifying.

For the kids I guess. The grandma is important to the kids and imo he doesn't want let them down. The kids live with mother majority of the time. They're about 8-11yrs old.

So surely he has to speak to the kid's mother and explain that they have requested this, and he feels he should go for their benefit?
If she says'no' it's up to her to explain to the kids why he's not there...

Author:  Speed Racer [ Tue May 28, 2019 1:08 am ]
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No.

Or Yes, but splash out on an outrageously hot escort and take her instead of you.

Author:  Ewinkum [ Tue May 28, 2019 6:11 am ]
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I am eagerly awaiting the aftermath of this clusterfuck.

I trust the OP will throw a punch or two to get things rolling?

Author:  Harden up!!! [ Tue May 28, 2019 6:18 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Going to funeral of ex in-laws

obelixtim wrote:
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Arrive late, stand at the back, leave the second its over.[/quote][/quote]

Sounds like good advice.

Author:  sewa [ Tue May 28, 2019 10:34 am ]
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I think you should have a good few beers first, get some dutch courage in you

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