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Well, it looks like Steffi the Doublewide Fat-Assed Bitch Supreme™ has once again prevented my son from receiving Christmas presents sent to him by yours truly.

(And this time I know for a fact it was you personally, Steffi, you miserable little shrew.  Here’s a hint:  try lying about your identity BEFORE you admit to being you next time, hm?)

And Steffi, just so you know what it is you kept our  son from having this year, have a gander:

A Lightning McQueen (from the Disney movie Cars) interactive car.  Skip probably would’ve had fun with the thing all year – and it cost you nothing.

Oh, and I also sent along one of those goofy-assed little Teddy Snowflake™ bears you love so much, just so you wouldn’t have to buy him one.  And as unbelieveable as it might sound, Steffi, you dumbass – I actually do that to honor you  in a small (very small) way.  Hell – do you think I want  him to be caught dead with a stupid-assed bear that would be more at home swishing about in Oak Lawn?

So congratulations on playing the role of Grinch™ yet again, bitch.  That’s four Christmases now you’ve denied him – and me.

I just hope you have a good explanation ready for God when you die.  I guran-damn-tee you – you’re gonna need it.

Stupid trollop.



4 Comments to “Oops, she did it again”


  1. David Hartung — December 27, 2006 @ 7:26 pm

    Spats,

    We have discussed this before. Just keep doing what you are doing. Eventually your son will learn the truth, and your ex will have to pay the price for her childishness.

  2. The Humble Devildog — December 28, 2006 @ 3:32 am

    errrr….ummmm….

    Legally, ethically, and probably morally, as well, she’s in the right on this, and you aren’t.

    Keep sending the gifts, and keep making the efforts. You do have that right. BUT, knock off the vitriol about something you allowed her to be able to do. Once you signed the papers allowing her to do that, you pretty much forfeited your right to complain about her doing it. You can’t have it both ways, friend. Sorry.

    It’s an ugly situation, there’s no doubt about that. But, don’t make it any uglier. How is your anger at a situation you created going to help Skip? Hm?

    That’s my two cents. Take it for what it’s worth. I am trying to help.

  3. Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant — December 28, 2006 @ 8:55 pm

    errrr….ummmm….

    Probably shoulda stopped there, but we’ll keep going.

    Legally, ethically, and probably morally, as well, she’s in the right on this, and you aren’t.

    Oh?  ‘Zat so?

    Tell me, HDD, what’s “legal ethical and probably moral” about lying in one’s divorce petition about where one lives, thereby illegitimately gaining the desired venue (right in her daddy’s backyard)?

    About agreeing to, and signing off on,  a visitation agreement, which she promptly set about ignoring?

    About the Hopkins County district attorney sitting on the criminal complaint which ensued – in fact, even going so far as to inform her daddy’s attorney about it, thereby allowing her to launch a legal counterattack?

    Hmmmm.  I don’t see a helluva lot of “legal, ethical and probably moral” there, sir.  Perhaps you’d be so kind as to enlighten me.

    Keep sending the gifts, and keep making the efforts. You do have that right. BUT, knock off the vitriol about something you allowed her to be able to do.

    I’ll make you a counteroffer:  Since I don’t tell you what to write about on your  blog…

    Once you signed the papers allowing her to do that, you pretty much forfeited your right to complain about her doing it.

    BS.  I have every right to point out what a miserable little bimboid she for denying her son a fucking Christmas  present, fer Gawd’s sake.

    No federal law prevents me from doing that, no federal law is going  to prevent me from doing that, and I’ll cheerfully ignore any law that tries.

    It’s an ugly situation, there’s no doubt about that. But, don’t make it any uglier. How is your anger at a situation you created going to help Skip? Hm?

    I think I’ll just raise an eyebrow here and let it go at that.

  4. Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant — December 28, 2006 @ 8:55 pm

    errrr….ummmm….

    Probably shoulda stopped there, but we’ll keep going.

    Legally, ethically, and probably morally, as well, she’s in the right on this, and you aren’t.

    Oh?  ‘Zat so?

    Tell me, HDD, what’s “legal ethical and probably moral” about lying in one’s divorce petition about where one lives, thereby illegitimately gaining the desired venue (right in her daddy’s backyard)?

    About agreeing to, and signing off on,  a visitation agreement, which she promptly set about ignoring?

    About the Hopkins County district attorney sitting on the criminal complaint which ensued – in fact, even going so far as to inform her daddy’s attorney about it, thereby allowing her to launch a legal counterattack?

    Hmmmm.  I don’t see a helluva lot of “legal, ethical and probably moral” there, sir.  Perhaps you’d be so kind as to enlighten me.

    Keep sending the gifts, and keep making the efforts. You do have that right. BUT, knock off the vitriol about something you allowed her to be able to do.

    I’ll make you a counteroffer:  Since I don’t tell you what to write about on your  blog…

    Once you signed the papers allowing her to do that, you pretty much forfeited your right to complain about her doing it.

    BS.  I have every right to point out what a miserable little bimboid she for denying her son a fucking Christmas  present, fer Gawd’s sake.

    No federal law prevents me from doing that, no federal law is going  to prevent me from doing that, and I’ll cheerfully ignore any law that tries.

    It’s an ugly situation, there’s no doubt about that. But, don’t make it any uglier. How is your anger at a situation you created going to help Skip? Hm?

    I think I’ll just raise an eyebrow here and let it go at that.


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