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Married in Poland, now wanting divorce, does she have rights to half my earnings?


Ant63 11 | 403
9 Dec 2011 #61
Maybe devious was not the right word. I would say they are more sophisticated, particularly in money management or miss management. My accountant was very impressed with my ex, but then her brother was a senior partner in an accountancy firm. It was a hard lesson learned.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
9 Dec 2011 #62
Maybe devious was not the right word.

It was exactly the right word...
ReservoirDog - | 132
9 Dec 2011 #64
Well it seems cut and run and leave her laughing all the way. But reservoir dog dont bother commenting when you cant even write English and someday lets hope something nice happens to you.What an idiot I've been

I would feel sorry for you if you didn't write last sentence. What kind of a woman wants to be with a man who talk like that. You are hurt?? I'm hurt because of your words about polish women while only one left you. Ahh, your precious treasure English..great argment, I conclude you are not too smart, are you??

You and tc were thinking that I was happy for that girl because she left a man and took his property, while I only quoted one sentence and wrote just about it. Your comments only shows what you really think about polish women.
yamaha
10 Dec 2011 #65
hey resevoir dog you not my wifes friend by any chance, oh and if your polish I love the country the culture and the people just got the wrong one unfortunately and paying the price. Still no malice here just feel sorry for myself but life goes on going to get pissed tonight.
ReservoirDog - | 132
11 Dec 2011 #66
I'm not a fish with frozen heart, everyone feel sorry for you, myself included. You got pis..d, I got pis..d ;) let's shake hands :) I'm one of these people who hate generalizations. I know you will survive and I hope you will find some good friend or soul who will help you solve your problem.
Dreadnought 1 | 143
2 Mar 2013 #67
Hey , i am an Englishman who is just about to Jeep it over to Moscow to marry my Russian lady

Jeep it....Jeep it........UAZ it in Russia...


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