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He pays for everything?

  • bridget de jour
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18 Jan 08 #11027 by bridget de jour
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That was the statement i was greeted with last night! OH 'I AM SICK OF PAYING FOR EVERYTHING, SINCE YOU MOVED INTO MY' HOUSE

Just for my own sanity i would like to quatify 'paying for everything and MY house'

Ok , i did move into his house (and the week i moved in gave him £65K to pay off the mortgage, without even asking for my name to be added to the deeds)

I currrently in (our new jointly owned home) pay for half of the mortgage (he does pay all the other household bill eg gas / electric / house insurance..

then again i pay for all the food, evenings out (when we had them)! clothes (including his), child support (his son), his phone bill and all my own expenses (car etc).

mmmm not a bad deal - him paying for everything

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18 Jan 08 #11028 by mike62
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Definitely one of those 'GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR' moments.

Bite your lip, count to ten thousand :angry:and tell Peter Pan to check his mortgage statement. Then spill his dinner over his head, by accident of course.:ohmy:

He has lost touch with the real world. Make him qualify his outburst with facts and figures. Don't let him get away with it.

Best of luck,

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