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What was your last fight with your significant other about?

Asked by Jane Belanger

November 10, 2010

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Justin Donald

From Little Italy (Division Manager)

Having concubines. That was a big, heated battle in the kingdom. I thought we were supposed to have a kingdom — and kings have concubines. That didn’t go over so well. We haven’t finalized it yet. The prenup’s not finalized, either.

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Raul Sanchez

From Little Italy (Realtor)

We fought about a dinner. It was something just stupid. We were going to make a salad. Tom was going to make a salad out of tomato and cucumber, and I said, “Well, we’ve got to use lettuce.” And he said, “Well, I don’t want to add lettuce.” Anyway, it was just stupid, stupid.

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Jordan Kethley

From Downtown (Navy)

She asked me in a weird way if I was going to take the trash out. And I told her the best thing about fighting was making up later. She was, like, “Is that a no?” And I said, “No, I’m not taking the trash out.” That was the fight — whether or not I was going to take the trash out.

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Farrah Chery

From Mission Hills (Physician)

It’s really, really ridiculous. I’m Haitian and he’s learning Haitian-Creole. There was a word that neither of us were sure what it meant. He thought it meant something, and I was absolutely sure it didn’t mean that. Basically it killed his “I’m learning Creole” mood for days.

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Ben Susman

From Hillcrest (Unemployed Lawyer)

I’d say it was probably about fast-forwarding the Phillies game on TiVo.

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Melita Hayes

From Mission Hills (Student)

She wanted me to stop playing video games, and I didn’t want to. I didn’t want to give up the remote!

Comments

Mindy Ross Nov. 11, 2010 @ 9:37 p.m.

I'm not sure I can answer this question without using profanity, but I'll try. The last argument I had with my spouse involved the fact that I had given him $200 to hold in his savings account for me. "If I have it," I said. "I'll find a way to spend it." We needed an account with ready cash, in case our dogs needed to see a vet.

Two weeks ago, his Jeep stopped in the middle of the Nordahl Road offramp. When we got it to the shop, the mechanic told him that the wrong oil had been put in by another establishment. The oil needed to be drained and the right weight put back in. My husband said he didn't have the money to do it, so I told him to go ahead and use the money in my account.

That's when I learned there wasn't any money left in my account. He had been siphoning money out of the account little by little, thinking he'd replace it before I found out. Then the worst happened. Bank of America will only let a customer make three withdrawls before it starts charging a fee. My husband didn't know that, so my account was charged $60 in fees, and completely wiped out.

I'm still in shock, and truly want to kill him. Recently, I found out he owes $10,000 in back taxes, hundreds of dollars in pay-day loans, and Capital One is coming after him for thousands, let alone that he lost his timeshare to foreclosure. How do you spell loser? C-r-a-i-g.

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SurfPuppy619 Nov. 12, 2010 @ 7:43 a.m.

Big Banking is a major scam with these so called "fees", i dont use a major bank for ANYTHING, and never will again.

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