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Give me your best, flamers!

(22 Posts)

And?

Booyhoo Sun 06-Jan-13 03:22:00

what's your point OP?

what response would you like?

garlicbollocks Sun 06-Jan-13 03:16:20

So is he not paying towards his son's upkeep because he bankrupted himself trying to get access to the child? Or what??

confused

LuluMai Sun 06-Jan-13 03:11:17

I was quoting OP from another thread by the way, my bold bit went wrong.

poor child sad

LuluMai Sun 06-Jan-13 03:08:34

Which is the unreasonable bit?

This bit?

*I can see it from both sides..obv nature dictates females will be more capable of looking after their offspring especially in the early years (ability to BF etc).

But..males are able to look after their offspring too however the legal system does seem to favour the woman IME whatever crap she comes out with

My DH has spent £20,000 in legal fees to get access to his DS1, Social Services got involved to agree with DS1's mum that he shouldn't have access to the child, yet when DH is SAHD to my DS (his DS2), they don't have any issues?? (i made a point of asking my midwife to make contact with SS to make sure there were no "outstanding issues" with regard to childcare and they never got back to her)...the mind boggles...not saying my DH is an unfit parent, but going by what SS had said previously, you would have thought he'd have been "flagged up". Wonder why Baby P and all the others got overlooked?

Anyway I suppose my point is women are supposed to be nurturing and the ideal parent but they can also be bitch trolls from hell with no regard to what the child needs whatsoever :-)

I do accept some men are arseholes and those that don't want anything to do with their kids should be castrated*

TickleMyTitsTillFriday Sun 06-Jan-13 03:01:53

Are you my ex partners lady friend? Good luck! wink

YABU for putting salad cream on everything.

HTH.

And? Him and a million other blokes. Whats your aibu?

cumfy Sun 06-Jan-13 02:43:11

I can hear one hand clapping.grin

AlienananaReflux Sun 06-Jan-13 02:42:37

ummmmm what?

Monty27 Sun 06-Jan-13 02:39:44

<deletes thread> zzzzzzz

NatashaBee Sun 06-Jan-13 02:25:13

Best hope you don't have a child with him and split up then. What do YOU think of his behaviour?

IfYouCanMoveItItsNotBroken Sun 06-Jan-13 02:12:02

Surely you pay child support towards a child, not a woman?

Good for you!
More money for gin and fags.

Cathycomehome Sun 06-Jan-13 02:09:15

Well, don't you think he should?

Well, I don't know really, as I said it's only part one. I have just retracted the post! I didn't think anyone would respond that quick!

TraineeBabyCatcher Sun 06-Jan-13 02:05:30

I'm not sure I get this game?

Am I meant to say something to try and cause a arguement debate?

LoopsInHoops Sun 06-Jan-13 02:04:51

What do you think you might be being unreasonable about?

OeufsEnCocotte Sun 06-Jan-13 02:03:14

Here you go OP - a flaming hot biscuit

TheBOF Sun 06-Jan-13 02:03:01

And how do you feel about that?

Not sure where I start! And I'm not convinced anyone shares my path anyway!
1. My DH has a child with another woman and doesn't pay child support towards that woman.

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