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#16 sidroc

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:27

While I think adultery should be atleast a civil liability if not a misdemeanor, they where where notmarried and even if it was a misdemeanor and they where married that gives her no right to pull out the mans teeth.


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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:29

Wouldn't he of noticed something was up after removing the first tooth?

All teeth... really?

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:33

Things like this make it seem not worth having steady BFs/GFs -- better to have one night dates.


Right... That way, all kinds of people out there might potentially be sour towards you and feel the need to "get revenge". :s

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:33

Wouldn't he of noticed something was up after removing the first tooth?

All teeth... really?


She nocked him out, a common dental practice in some parts.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:42

Right... That way, all kinds of people out there might potentially be sour towards you and feel the need to "get revenge". :s


Shouldn't need to feel hurt, if you haven't had a long relationship -- a way to avoid trouble. ;)

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:43

none of us know the full story regarding their relatonship but maby above feel the need to say it was his own fault for going to her for treatment
and should have seen it comming, Realy? for what reason should he have seen it comming shes a professional.

what if she was the one going to him for treatment and he decided to pull her teath or do other unwanted things to her person
most of you above would be condemming the man to prison etc.

so what if he cheated on her what she did was unprofessional and will be condiddered as assult by the courts.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:48

none of us know the full story regarding their relatonship but maby above feel the need to say it was his own fault for going to her for treatment
and should have seen it comming, Realy? for what reason should he have seen it comming shes a professional.

what if she was the one going to him for treatment and he decided to pull her teath or do other unwanted things to her person
most of you above would be condemming the man to prison etc.

so what if he cheated on her what she did was unprofessional and will be condiddered as assult by the courts.


I didn't say she was right, I just said it was his fault. If you have an unpleasant break-up you probably shouldn't go to that person for surgery. They're supposed to be a professional, but that doesn't mean they'll act like one. What it boils down to, for me, is that he should have known better. I think she should absolutely be punished. I can think of at least one ex of mine where if they were a dentist I wouldn't let them anywhere near my mouth.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:50

Wouldn't he of noticed something was up after removing the first tooth?

All teeth... really?


If they need to pull your one tooth, they don't need to put you sleep for that unless they can not pull it out for some reason which your tooth is stuck.. they give you the 'numb' shot for 1 tooth or two.

If they need to pull all of your teeth, they will put you sleep so they pull them out within few minutes.

They had hard time to pull my tooth out which they didn't put me to sleep. I can handle the pain and their hard work for trying to pull it out. I was laughing at them for not able to pull it out ... they went nuts ...

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:56

She should pay for indents for him, or pay for whatever it takes for him to obtain something similar to the teeth he had. Further, such an evil woman should be given much more time in prison than three years.

I would NOT be going for surgery to an ex EVER.

His mistake.

It may be "his mistake," but it certainly isn't his fault. A civilised, moral person doesn't take out all of their ex-boyfriend's teeth just because he left her for another girl. It's entirely her fault, and she should be punished with more than three years in jail.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 15:59

There are no guarantees that someone will remain loyal, in any relationship.

Misexpectation on her part.

Funny how some people think it's always a man's fault.

Plenty of crappy women out there.

No guarantees, but promises, trust and loyalty.

I don't know how it is possible to have a misexpectation. When you are in a relationship you always have expectations ranging from free love to not even looking at someone of the opposite gender who is not your partner. Ensuring that you are on the same level of expectation as your partner is part of being a relationship.

The "misexpectation" Could just as easily be on his part that he thought that he was free to pursue other women when he was not. Instead I don't think it was "misexpectation" rather it was that he was disloyal (as you said, there are no guarantees only trust)

There is nothing here or in what I have said that could mean that the woman could not have been at fault of causing a break up. There are plenty of woman that break the expectations of a relationship.

In this case, as I said, regardless of how the relationship ended, she has no right to pull out his teeth and she needs to be punished for her actions.

You make comment that you don't even believe in relationships so you have no idea what you're talking about, if you haven't even been involved in one, so better not to make silly comments about things you don't know about. Some people are in very happy relationships thank you very much, even if you don't like it.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 16:01

While I think adultery should be atleast a civil liability if not a misdemeanor, they where where notmarried and even if it was a misdemeanor and they where married that gives her no right to pull out the mans teeth.

I don't think the article says he cheated on her, does it? I believe it just mentions that he left her for another girl. That could mean he left her before engaging in any intimate moments with the other girl.

I agree with you, though. I believe cheating is one of the worst things someone can do, but I certainly don't believe a cheater should be physically harmed or altered in ways such as this.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 16:11

This woman is a narcissistic and harmful psychopath. Normal people do not use matters pertaining to romantic interest as an excuse to physically mutilate/dismember another human being. That simple.
Interesting to note, this tendency of females to wantonly, and with malice, prefer permanent disfigurement as a means of revenge or payback.
Domestic violence by women against men usually involves weapons (cutting implements or firearms, usually) that they employ while the man is unconscious or incapacitated, the result being death or at the very least lifelong physical impairment.
Sadly, most people do not want to believe women can be ruthless abusers every much as men, until they or a male friend or relative suffers the true "wrath of the woman scorned". Then they see how much no one gives a damn.
In our Western-based society, men are implicitly judged to be a less valuable sort of life then women, and this type of abuse is a symptom of this, a natural extension of the credo that boys are "made of puppy dog tails.
This is a natural outcome of the feminist dogma, which stresses female superiority, not "equality", for we know men and women are fundamentally different and dimorphic.
This is bias against males.
This is a fruit of misandry.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 16:16

I think it's strange that everyone in this subject consider the guy a dick and almost congratulate the woman.

Considering what she was willing to do to punish his ex he might had VERY good reasons to leave her. That's beyond extreme. It might even be a crime. If she doesn't end up in jail she'll have to find a new job cause being a dentist is over for her. And in fact almost all jobs is over for her unless she lie and doesn't speak about his last job in interview. And lying in interview = fired as soon as the boss learn you lied. She'll end up counting cars in a parking lot.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 16:56

I don't know how it is possible to have a misexpectation. When you are in a relationship you always have expectations ranging from free love to not even looking at someone of the opposite gender who is not your partner. Ensuring that you are on the same level of expectation as your partner is part of being a relationship.

The "misexpectation" Could just as easily be on his part that he thought that he was free to pursue other women when he was not. Instead I don't think it was "misexpectation" rather it was that he was disloyal (as you said, there are no guarantees only trust)


EVERYONE has misexpectations in relationships. That's why people don't fall in love and marry the first person they date. Your two statements contradict themselves, since he obviously had a misexpectation.

You are right that when in a good relationship, you should know each others expectations. However, that will rarely happen since people often aren't the best at communicating.

No one knows who's fault the breakup was. However, misexpectations are basically the main cause of all relationship failures.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 17:11

She should pay for indents for him, or pay for whatever it takes for him to obtain something similar to the teeth he had. Further, such an evil woman should be given much more time in prison than three years.


It may be "his mistake," but it certainly isn't his fault. A civilised, moral person doesn't take out all of their ex-boyfriend's teeth just because he left her for another girl. It's entirely her fault, and she should be punished with more than three years in jail.


It's not directly his fault, more of a lack of judgement. But honestly, who goes to their EX after a bitter break-up for surgery/dental work/even ask a favour?!?

She's of course to blame, should get jail time, and pay for all his cosmetic surgery bills, also pain and suffering.