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nakatago wrote:No! They could be donated to charity so at least Deadbeat Dad can at least indirectly do something good to someone other than himself.
Actually, the original recommendation I had in mind was to take a baseball bat and bash the smithereens out of the toys as therapy and also to send a clear message to the Dad.
But I decided it's not worth provoking a person who has obviously far too much time on his hands - ala 'An idle mind...' proverb.
The black trash bag fits better; cue lasting imagery looking at the back of the person dragging that black trash bag away.
ling88 wrote:haha.. he already leave Singapore le back to his family side so y i mus bother so much abt him liao rite i back to my normal life w my baby
Oh..... he will definitely bother you once he ran out of money and hold you to ransom ONE LAST TIME. Pay Big money to me and I sign the paper ransom sounds familiar ???
I suggest you get a protection order for you and your kid from him. If something happens that can turn nasty in the future ,he can go to jail as you already have protection order made out against him.
Think ahead , change the house lock and be prepared. Take care
If this scumbag is really what she said, I will slice his ding dong and feed to the dog. Man !!! I really get work up with this kind of trash bag
The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible.Yahoo !!!
He now is uncontactable.. & now i has to face smt myself again as i mite b preg again shit men at this pt of tym as i miss my mens le.. sad case.. hope it will cum cum cum... hai.. he a totally asshole w/o him tis few day i felt more hapi den w him.. mani say he will rtn was his family side can no longer support him..
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