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........................................... iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien 3 kids; New York, TX, United States 37137 posts
6th Jun '13

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StewedAngie 1 child; 1 angel baby; Minnesota 533 posts
6th Jun '13
Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:" Something along the lines of: "Funny how my wife worries about our budget when I want something, but ... [snip!] ... that for everyone to see? or would it just make you look at the way you handle finances to see if he has a point? or...?"


Both.

Redneck Mamma North Carolina 8746 posts
6th Jun '13

I would be pissed our finances are no ones business and it sounds like he is just trying to make you look like a greedy b***h.

Bonnie Beaver♥ TTC since Jan 2014; 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 18155 posts
6th Jun '13

f**king FB. It's so childish when men post their relationship issues on it. :? I'd be mad he posted it. And it sounds like he's throwing a hissy fit because he can't get what he wants.

TheScientist Due October 7; 2 kids; Crockett, Tx, United States 26871 posts
status 6th Jun '13

A little of both.

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
6th Jun '13

I 'd be pissed if he posted that on FB. It's something he could have said to my face. And either way, yes- I would look at where he was coming from. If on FB though i'd tell him to delete it.

user banned 19 kids; Japan 4077 posts
6th Jun '13

That would irritate me. Why is it everyone's business what goes on in your marriage?? I'm so glad I don't have a Facebook anymore. All it is full of most of the time is immaturity and drama.

*Queen Bitch* (Expecting! Due December 20; TTC since Aug 2013; Georgia 1640 posts
6th Jun '13

Personally I would be upset that he was rude enough to post about your business on facebook.

Kady 20 kids; Texas 2616 posts
6th Jun '13

In our situation, I would be very hurt. I NEVER buy anything for myself that is more than like ten or fifteen bucks. But my DH has an extremely expensive hobby and he buys stuff very often. So I get hurt, cry about it but I never bring it up anymore. He doesn't see my concerns so I've just had to let it go.
Plus I handle finances in this way: if he gives me cash, or says I can spend a certain amount of money from the debit card, that's what I spend. If I go over, even by just five dollars or whatever it is, I tell him.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
6th Jun '13

I'd be irritated.

Iyahna :^P Temecula, California 11401 posts
status 6th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting redneck mamma:</b>" I would be pissed our finances are no ones business and it sounds like he is just trying to make you look like a greedy b***h."</blockquote>




I agree.

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
6th Jun '13

Honestly I'd try and make a joke of it on fb. I wouldn't be too butthurt about it and would probably have a look at finances/expenses to see if he has a point.

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63826 posts
6th Jun '13

Yeah, I'd be a little annoyed. It would be the opposite in our situation, though, so he wouldn't be posting that.

. Way, MA, United States 73797 posts
6th Jun '13

I'd be piiissed. I do not like our business being public, even to our friends, so I wouldn't be happy if he posted about it on fb. I also think it's very childish. I would definitely listen if he brought it up to me personally though.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
6th Jun '13

I would be pissed for him sharing our personal issues like that, not talking to me first and trying to solve the problem, and then pitting friends and family against each other for asking that question.



10 bucks says he wanted to buy something stupid and is comparing it to something small that you got (if this is about you).