Couple’s life : what would you do if your husband/wife was wearing a wetsuit days and nights ?
Svalbard And Jan Mayen
June 20, 2017 9:42am CST
Yesterday the criminal court in Calais had to judge a curious case, after a couple lodged a complaint against each other for domestic violence. The woman told to the judges : «My boyfriend has an addiction, he spends his days and his nights inside a wetsuit. I am sick of it, I cannot stand it anymore, and it is a source of conflict.» The man said that he was conscient of the problem, and was cured for his addiction. «All we want is to rebuild our couple, we went too far into violence because of this addiction, and it is behind us now.» Each of them got a 2 months conditional sentence, and they went out arm in arm. The man had no flippers, but it is not sure if he was wearing or not a wetsuit under his clothes. It is an interesting practical case : suddenly your husband/wife starts to wear day and night some kind of sport suit (maybe not a diving suit, it is a bit extreme and should not smell good), how would you react ? I think I would do my best to not notice anything as long as my girlfriend would not enter in the bed with a pair of soccer shoes or flippers, we would have to discuss about that.
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• Svalbard And Jan Mayen
20 Jun 17
I asked myself if it was not a surf suit ? Without water inside a wetsuit is very warm, and with the 30° C+ we have actually in France it should be difficult to wear. But they really spoke of a wetsuit. And, yes, it should stink.
• United States
21 Jun 17
This must have gotten pretty smelly if he never took it off. For me, this would be a cause of concern to want to seek some form of help because of this. Thank goodness my husband probably would never even consider wanting to do something like this.
• United States
1 Jul 17
Well hmmm . . . how very odd! Let's see, how would I react? I sure couldn't keep my mouth shut about that one - not even for a day. I'd surely question it (not in a mean way of course) because it's completely out of the ordinary ! I can understand certain athletic wear though . . . it's quite comfy . . . but a diving suit made of whatever it's made of, I would think it doesn't breathe well and couldn't be too good for your skin if worn too long.