So here you are you good for nothing s..........! The wife yelled at her hubby.

@manong05 (5030)
Philippines
January 27, 2007 9:14pm CST
A soldier friend of mine made an appointment with his wife to meet somewhere to do some shopping for their son's birthday. On his way to the place, he passed by a group of friends drinking and was asked to take a shot, he obliged and didn't notice that the time passed by so quickly. Suddenly the wife showed up cursing and embarrased him in front of the group. Has she the right to act like that? If you are the husband how will you feel?
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@yorb24 (2181)
• United States
28 Jan 07
Well I'm sure he did feel embarrassed but if he wants to stop by and start drinking, he knows he's taking a risk. I'm sure he is used to how his wife is and knows how she will react in a situation.
@Stephanie5 (2953)
• United States
28 Jan 07
Well, I think that she should of been a little more composed than that. She could of calmly told him how she felt instead of cussing and screaming. I understand why she was upset though. Women tend to get very "touchy" when they are doing something important for their children and are blown off like it is nothing. He should of kept on walking. He made an appointment to be somewhere for a very important reason and should of never taken the first drink. Don't you think he would of been upset if she would of done that to him? Probably! And rightfully so, but again, she shouldn't of screamed, she only made a fool of herself...
@biwasaki (1745)
• United States
28 Jan 07
Of course she has the right to act like that. She's his wife and she's angry. He made a committment to her that he would be in a certain place at a certain time to help her shop for their son's birthday. That should have been the most important thing on his mind; stopping for drinks with his buddies should have been secondary.