• United States
26 Jun 12
Hello ladybug565 I suppose that you could arrange an unfortunate accident and dispose of the body in the backyard on the next moonless night. Or if you really play it right, it could mean a big pay-off for you if you take out a good insurance policy on him. Another idea is to lick your index finger and get it really slobbery. The next time he whistles in your ear, stick your wet, slobbery finger in his ear. Peace I love the world!!
26 Jun 12
I really don't know how hard it is to live with inlaws since my wife and I lives in my parents' house. But they really aren't in good terms. I just can say that it is hard since my wife always tells me that she's having a very hard time dealing with them. Maybe because my family is far different from hers and the biggest mistakes my parents' did was to compare themselves from my wife's parents. She was offended and after that, I've noticed a very big changes on how she deals with my family. She hardly talks to them and doesn't want to be with them. Everytime she arrived from work, she would just go directly to our room. If someone talked to her, she would answer simply and directly but would not engage into conversation. She would rather do the laundry than spend time watching TV with my family. All these things she does annoy my family especially my mom. But my wife would not say a thing. She hasn't said anything since the incident happened. When I asked her why does she acts that way, she just told me exactly what I have told her when she asked me why my family always say something offensive. And that is - that's how they really are, I can't change them. That's the time I learned that you cannot really asked one party to do the adjustment. We are all different people and we should all acknowledge that fact.