Is this too much?

@manong05 (5029)
Philippines
January 10, 2007 3:27am CST
A friend of mine married a caucasian/white woman and live in the woman's country. Barely six months after the wedding, the wife said Fred do you mind sleeping on the couch tonight, I ran across my high school sweetheart this morning and I asked him to come over. My friend didn't say a word, packed up his things and left immediately without a saying a word. That was the last time they saw each other. Would you do the same? What else could you have possibly done?
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• Indonesia
10 Jan 07
I definitely would do the same. That was just unacceptable whatsoever as there was no meaning nor value on the marriage at all. It was just so hurting hearing this was happening and two tumbs up for the reaction of your friend!
@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
10 Jan 07
I personally don't know of any other thing to do. I doubt k if it's worth the time talking sensibly to her.
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• United States
10 Jan 07
Doesn't seem like you could talk sensibly to a woman who is basically telling her husband she is going to cheat on him right there in their home own home while he sleeps on the couch!
@tictac714 (976)
• United States
10 Jan 07
I guess that's the only thing he could do, it seems like his wife doesn't make much sense. I've never heard of a thing like that before.
@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
10 Jan 07
I was stunned too upon hearing it and my immediate reaction was to ask my friend if their marriage was just for convenience so that he may live legally in the country and where did he meet the woman. I seriously doubt if there is love involved in that kind of marriage although he claimed to have loved her. It would be a lot different had she asked her x that he ran into to come over for lunch or something. That I can understand.
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