r/dankmemes r/Place Veteran 2022 Jan 23 '22 Silver 8 Helpful 10 Wholesome 9

Oh no! Anyway... it's pronounced gif

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u/shannybaba Jan 23 '22

My wife after faking an orgasm

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u/Familiar_Director_27 Jan 23 '22

I've won but at what cost

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u/Lukthar123 Jan 23 '22

Half

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u/HammertonMili ☣️ Jan 23 '22

nice, by my calculations, she gets $0.30, or half of all my assets

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

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u/TX16Tuna I am fucking hilarious Jan 23 '22

tom

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u/sleyk Jan 23 '22

Perfectly Balanced.

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u/Slendawhite Jan 23 '22

Half of all your stuff xD

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u/mati3849 Jan 23 '22

He flexed his dick so hard for this one 🤔

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u/Knuffya ☣️ Jan 23 '22

But he signed a prenup

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u/blazedaganj Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

signing a prenup is something EVERYONE should do in a relationship... or hide your assets..

edit: changed a word because a couple of you pointed out that sounded sexist and i agree

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u/Poacatat INFECTED Jan 23 '22

EVERY male

EVERYone*, ftfy

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u/Dormeh Jan 23 '22

lol if you're having to go out of your way for this kind of deceit why bother getting married to that person. You should know both of your standings, like marrying someone with an abyssal credit score and debt might be relevant.

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u/MorgulValar Jan 23 '22

It’s not about that. Relationships end. No one wants them to, but they do. If a marriage ends without a prenup you risk losing more than you should

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u/Kxbox24 Jan 23 '22

Basically you can’t trust women in terms of money nowadays. I almost never heard of a guy doing this to a girl. We just wait for them to actually die first so they can live the last of their life in peace at least. Women couldn’t give a fuck less bout how you might feel and will dip asap once they got it secured

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u/PhidiCent Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Men and women are equally shitty in different ways. Men are more likely to leave their partners if they get ill, men are also much more likely to leave women to take care of their kids alone. I know a lot of people who had dads who dipped out of their lives by their own choice but nobody who had a mom that left them unless they were given up for adoption by both parents. Women are usually worse with money because in a lot of marriages they’re not the ones who primarily earn it and it’s always easier to spend someone else’s money than your own. And I agree it’s very uncommon for men to use women for money, although I know a woman who only found out about her husband’s massive gambling debt when he died.

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u/Poacatat INFECTED Jan 23 '22

wow this is such a researched and accurate view of women

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u/nervehound44 Jan 24 '22

There's a reason why the term "gold digger" immediately summons an image of a specific gender.

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u/RedRaiken Jan 24 '22

That's a rather generalised point you're making right there. I don't know what you base your accusations on but not every woman is like that. Men and women can be equally disgusting as either of them are subject to an array of factors which may build them in a way which makes them not particularly "kind". Your comment is incredibly misogynistic.

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u/TX16Tuna I am fucking hilarious Jan 23 '22

I don’t understand why money and the government need to be involved in so many aspects of relationships. The standardization/commodification of romance really fucks it up.

The system: you have to procreate or human civilization is doomed!

Also the system: heavily advertising procreation to distract us from how the system has doomed human civilization

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u/moose16 Jan 23 '22

The justice system typically favors women over men and men are typically the ones getting the short end of the stick during divorce and family court

It’s not incorrect to say every male if they’re the vast majority getting screwed in divorce by the same women who pressured them into marriage, especially the ones that get offended over the idea of a prenup.

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u/moldyolive Jan 23 '22

if you hide your assets in a prenup it will not stand in court.

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u/itchylol742 Jan 23 '22

If you hide your assets a court won't know about it

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u/moldyolive Jan 23 '22

if done properly cohabitation or prenuptial agreements are legally binding. a family court can alter the agreement if they find one party

-exploiting a spouse’s emotional or psychological vulnerability,

-influence over a spouse through dominance and oppression,

-any history of emotional, physical or financial abuse,

-significant control over the family finances,

-taking advantage of a spouse who does not understand the nature or consequences of the agreement,

-one spouse having a lawyer to give them independent legal advice while the other does not,

-preventing access to or unreasonable restrictions over the release of financial information,

-a significant length of time passing since the agreement and during this time the -financial circumstances of the parties changes significantly,

-one spouse becoming sick or disabled after the signing of the agreement, and

-one spouse becoming responsible for children of the relationship.

a well-made prenup will make sure non of these factors occur. and as you might imagine if a court finds one party to be abusive they have no obligation of enforcing a prenup.

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u/TheGoodOldCoder Jan 23 '22

If you're considering hiding your assets from your partner, then you're definitely not ready to get married.

I think before every marriage, people should be required to discuss what happens if things don't work out. Because in real life, shit happens. And if you're not mature enough for that discussion, then how the hell are you mature enough for marriage?

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u/enixthephoenix Jan 23 '22

If you ain't no chump holler we want prenup

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u/mrdrprofessorvader Jan 23 '22

We want prenup! Yeah

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u/cosmic_gypsie Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

It's something that you need to have, because if she leave yo ass she gon leave with half

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u/Wampus_Cat_ Jan 23 '22

18 years, 18 years! She got one of your kids, got you for 18 years!

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u/watch_over_me Jan 23 '22

18 years, 18 years. And on the 18th birthday he found out it wasn't his.

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u/itchylol742 Jan 23 '22

Don't need a prenup if you have no relationship *taps forehead*

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u/IShallPetYourDogo Jan 23 '22

EVERY male

Person, it's 2022, Kyle, chicks have jobs and cars and houses and stuff too

or hide your assets..

And just don't, this is just toxic, if you don't trust them enough to let them know how much money you have you probably shouldn't be marrying them now should you?

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u/xevetv Jan 23 '22

Everyone*, prenups are beneficial to both sides, and many times the woman is the one bringing in more money.

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u/Rakso132 Jan 23 '22

"Many times" lmao

Sure

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u/Sallyrockswroxy Jan 23 '22

I know a lot of working class dudes whose wives got into nursing and she ended up making way more than them. Its usually that tho

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u/Rakso132 Jan 23 '22

I'm sure it happens, just not often.

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u/benderunit9000 Jan 23 '22

Hide assets? That's a pretty toxic relationship

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u/BenSherman_LAPD Jan 23 '22

edit: changed a word because a couple of you pointed out that sounded sexist and i agree

what a triggered bunch of snowflakes tbh

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u/blazedaganj Jan 23 '22

i said males instead of everyone, tbh it did kinda sound sexist af. i get their point.

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u/BenSherman_LAPD Jan 23 '22

but its not. More women divorce rape men than the other way around

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u/blazedaganj Jan 23 '22

This is true, but to say only men should get prenups is what i think they had a problem with. honestly, everyone who has assets to protect should think about a prenup.

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u/EzekielVelmo Jan 23 '22

What if we got married young when we had no assets?

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u/blazedaganj Jan 23 '22

Well then they should be split equally between both parties, but thats just me.

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u/SigmaGorilla Jan 23 '22

Nah if I work my ass off to get rich and she's complacent in a minimum wage job no fucking way should she get any of the money I worked for.

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u/subhi2 the very best, like no one ever was. Jan 23 '22

prenups are pretty easily invalidated unfortunately,or so i’ve heard

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u/MaximumYes Jan 23 '22

Yep. They simply cannot govern alimony, child support, custody, or assets earned during the marriage, which is about 90% of the way men get fleeced in divorce.

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u/Yosaerys Jan 23 '22

Just don't get married, no way you should risk half your assets for anyone

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u/Kinexity Jan 23 '22

And then the court slaps you with "living together is almost like marriage" and you're fucked anyway.

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u/PM_ME_YOUR_BlCYCLE Jan 23 '22

Why would you be in divorce court if you never got married though lol

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u/Kinexity Jan 23 '22

I am in no way expert on law of any country but there already were cases where a woman won in court spousal support outside of marriage on the basis of cohabitation (IIRC it was either in India or in the USA).

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u/ctsgre Jan 23 '22

Is there such a thing as prenup for a nonmarried couple?

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u/funnyfaceguy Jan 23 '22

Theses days it's pretty rare to be found in a common law marriage

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u/KakkaKarrot Jan 23 '22

But thats all a prenup is supposed to do right? It just protects what you had before the marriage

Like if I owned a house before getting married, the prenup removes it from the pot

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u/MaximumYes Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

That's correct. However most are still under the impression that they are protected to some degree if their marriage goes sideways. They are not.

Furthermore, even the BEST prenups can't protect the assets before the marriage completely. To use an example, if your wife pays the mortgage (or even part of it) for even one month the house then is totally exposed and subject to litigation, even if you pay her back. If she makes a deposit into one of your accounts worth hundreds of thousands, technically that account is now treated as a joint account in the divorce, and subject to equitable (not necessarily 50/50) distribution.

Prenups cannot allow you to predetermine custody or time spent with your children or how much you pay her if the marriage falls apart. All that is up to the courts if she wants it that way. Support predominantly is based on how much time you spend with your children. Lifetime Alimony is still a thing in most states, and mandatory in California after 10 years. Couple that with no-fault divorce and Title IV-D and the outcome is that men literally bear 100% of the financial and emotional risk of marriage. And the results there are overwhelmingly disastrous for men. While certainly not every woman would, every woman could. The states have no incentive to change these laws as they get more money from the federal government for ordering more support from the providers (Title IV-D)

A man can be a perfect husband, but the reality he is just one 'I changed my mind' away from having his life utterly and totally destroyed. Marriage is a garbage institution for men in this culture, and I tell every man I meet to never ever get married or cohabitate. If you want children, adopt or surrogate (with lawyers involved).

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u/KakkaKarrot Jan 23 '22

I thought most prenup agreements were still upheld. The reason that a decent amount get thrown out was because nobody pursued proper legal counsel and spent quality time creating it

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u/MaximumYes Jan 23 '22

Data on prenups is a bit sparse because nobody has actually been paid to 'study' the issue to my knowledge.

As I understand it, prenups can be tossed for many reasons. If you're looking for advice on how to make them the best they can be, then both of you need to secure independent legal representation and sign the thing well in advance of the actual business contract you 'sign' when you say 'I do';

That doesn't change the fact that they can be tossed for incredibly hinky reasons like the ones I mentioned. It's in the State's interest to toss them, because the state has the hidden interest of not having the wife or the kids on their payroll. It is a problem the state feels is 'solved' by a liberal application of money.

In the most cynical terms, Marriage is nothing more than a financial contract that one party gets rewarded for breaking, with wealth transfer being the end result.

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u/KakkaKarrot Jan 23 '22

Personally I'm young and marriage is so far from something in my mind but I agree its a largely useless concept, especially considering it started as a legal/religious agreement

But I recall that the main reason prenups get thrown out is because people put crazy stuff in them thats not legally binding (because they did not invest the time or money for an attorney). For example, alot of people waive child support in the prenup, which will not hold up in court because thats a law

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u/MaximumYes Jan 23 '22

Guard your cheddar. Focus on yourself. Success will follow. You're going to make it, my dude.

Child support on paper seems like a good idea, but it incentivizes lopsided parenting outcomes. Furthermore, in a society where men and women are equal, how is it that one parent should be compelled, under the threat of imprisonment, to bear financial burden for the children's quality of life at the other parents' home? Doesn't that mean that the other parent should be seeing the kids less if they can't provide for them? Furthermore, why is there absolutely no accounting required for how child support is spent?

The states get one dollar from the Federal Government for every dollar of child support that passes through their program. Child support is based on the amount of time the child spends with each parent. Less time with one parent = more money for the other, and more importantly, more money for the state. The end result is fatherlessness. Dad every other weekend, at best. It started in the Black communities in the 70s and impacted Hispanic communities next. White communities are finally following suit.

The statistics on fatherlessness are grim. Higher suicide, higher crime, higher drug use, higher teen pregnancy.

Child support as it is implemented is absolutely evil.

Thanks for listening to an older guy bitch. Best of luck to you.

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u/KakkaKarrot Jan 23 '22

No a prenup is usually primarily for protecting assets earned before the marriage (house, 401k, land, etc).

Otherwise, once you're married, you share all collective assets

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u/Kxbox24 Jan 23 '22

This is why most murder cases of women that are married is typically committed by the husband. Less money and time wasted.

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u/mcdougall57 Jan 23 '22

Yes it becomes toilet paper when kids are involved.

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u/RayonLovesFish Jan 23 '22

Its useless in many countries. I know its useless in my country.

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u/Knuffya ☣️ Jan 23 '22

How that

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u/RayonLovesFish Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

I live in India,so its basically useless. You got to pay your partner if his/her income is lower,any contracts related to financial support or division of wealth in the prenup is considered void in the eyes of the court.

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u/Knuffya ☣️ Jan 23 '22

thats retarded

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u/Hantesinferno Jan 23 '22

Also just so y'all know, a prenup doesn't cover anything made after the marriage.

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u/Knuffya ☣️ Jan 23 '22

Yes, sadly

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u/funnyfaceguy Jan 23 '22

Is that what happens in the show?

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u/ColaKnut Jan 23 '22

thats how billionaires pay their taxes

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

billionaires pay taxes?

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u/KundiV2 Jan 23 '22

Taxes are real?

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u/nobodyCares2much Jan 23 '22

What are these taxes you speak of?

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u/LiteratureTrick4961 Jan 23 '22

You guys live on north sentinel island right?...right?

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u/ColaKnut Jan 23 '22

Only to their ex wives

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u/taavidude Jan 23 '22

That's pretty much what happens with all kinds of couples if there is no prenup. It is extremely rare when a woman actually loses a divorce court.

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u/UnknownSpecies19 Jan 23 '22

Yup. They can be jobless and still get the kids, half, and alimony. I don't understand why anyone would sign a marriage contract, it's literally signing away your rights to your own life.

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u/Sauerkraut_RoB ☣️ Jan 23 '22

Truth

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 23 '22

You do realize that there still are legal ramifications for unmarried long term couples if you decide to spilt up? Just because you don't marry someone doesn't mean that you are in the clear.

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u/Melmelmonster8 Jan 23 '22

And what exactly would that/those be?

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Its called common law marriage and it wildy varies state by state and can be confusing. For example, Florida no longer recognizes common law marriage but if you meet the qualifications of common law marriage in the state you got "married in" then you would qualify, meaning you get the same rights as a married couple.

It can be very confusing because of how common law marriages are defined. Some states say that legally you are in one if you are together for 3 years and some say 7 years. It just depends. Also common law marriage is just one term, some states don't have common law marriages but they have legal protections for couples who have lived together for an extended time. California is like this, so its isnt officially a common law marriage but its pretty much the same thing as one

The point is if you think you are pulling a high IQ move or gaming the system by not marrying your S.O. you aren't.

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u/JVNT Jan 23 '22

Even if common law marriage isn't recognized, there can still also be some ramifications too depending on the state. For example, if they've lived together for a while and bought a house, even if the house is only under one of their names, the other party could be granted reimbursement if they show they had contributed to it.

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 23 '22

I actually forgot about that. You are right and your comment just reminded me of common living laws/Tennant laws

I'm sure there is some overlapping legality with this stuff and common living laws. Common law marriages, common living laws, extended living partner laws are all essentially the same thing.

Imo it's better to just get married and do a prenup so you'll get the monetary benefits of being married while together and can still have decent protection if things go bad.

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u/JVNT Jan 23 '22

Exactly. These people are acting like they could have someone living with them and in a relationship for years then just boot them to the curb with nothing. It doesn't work like that. My brother had to go through something like it where he was with a girl for a few years and they had a kid, he tried to kick her out(For very valid reasons. Not going to go into details but she was an awful person).

She called the police and they told my brother that she was legally a tenant and he couldn't just kick her out. He'd basically have to go through the eviction process to do it.

I don't think Prenups are really that unreasonable too. I'd be in favor of there being a clause in relation to cheating, abuse or if one partner was agreed to be a stay at home parent. Outside of that the idea that you get what you bring into it, and what you contributed during, is fair.

It can get messy with kids involved but that would generally be covered by child support.

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 23 '22

Yep I completely agree, its stupid to just say don't marry lol. Its more like get a new girlfriend every year and you'll be fine. I've heard of similar stories of your brothers situation, completely shitty.

Completely agree with the prenup, I always hear people saying that a prenup is a guaranteed way for the partner to screw you over but I am sure that you can have specifics put in since its basically your document. My parents went through an ugly divorce and honestly I will commit suicide if I had to re-live that. Definitely going to have a prenup and will hold myself accountable (like having clauses in there so that it won't hold if I cheat)

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u/Sauerkraut_RoB ☣️ Jan 25 '22

Man that is so fucked up.

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u/UnknownSpecies19 Jan 23 '22

Okay edit: do not date people, they will take your shit. Fuck the legal system. It's setup for bum asses to take people's shit.

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u/BayesDays Jan 24 '22

Just don't live together

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 24 '22

Good luck convincing your S.O. that for years.

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u/BayesDays Jan 24 '22

Just tell her that if she is a real independent women that she should prefer that

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 24 '22

Let me know how that works out for you bud 👍

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u/BayesDays Jan 24 '22

Let me know how common law marriage works out for you

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 24 '22

I'm not the one who has a problem with getting married

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u/benderunit9000 Jan 23 '22

Marriages end all the time without a prenup and it isn't a big messy fight. Many states don't even require you to go to court. The only things you apparently hear of are the ones that get messy and the woman wins. Jokes on you though no one wins in a divorce. Lives are shattered and people struggle for a very long time to find their place in the world after that.

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u/SigmaGorilla Jan 23 '22

If someone walks away with money that they did not personally earn, I would call that winning the divorce. Because it means the other party is walking away with both a divorce and losing money, and that is certainly losing.

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u/BraidyPaige Jan 23 '22

Here’s the thing, I had a ex whose parents went through a very messy divorce. Very stereotypical that his mom ended up getting half of the dad’s pension, half of the 401k, and half of his investment accounts. Now at first, that would seem horrific and how could she screw the man over like that and blah blah blah until you understood the nuance of the situation.

While he was growing up, his parents both worked. The family lived on the mother’s salary, so she saved nothing, while almost everything his father made went into savings. His mom technically did not earn the money in those accounts, but everything she had earned was spent on the family while he got to squirrel away everything he made. Why wasn’t she entitled to half of those investments?

There is a lot more nuance in divorce courts than Reddit users are willing to admit.

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u/SomeoneOutThere69 Jan 23 '22

It’s so obvious why many billionaires wives get divorced

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u/theprogressivedude Jan 23 '22

Most celebs pretty surely get prenups, its so obvious someone can take advantage of you.

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u/weirdsnake642 Jan 24 '22

Yea, they have like army of lawyers, more than ready to do some jobs, so unless it was the one with them when they still not billionaires yet (like Bezos) some old rich guys looking for new fun (former president of USA) definitely have ton of protections

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u/siffeh Jan 23 '22

It's pretty hard finding a genuine person to marry when you're rich or famous

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u/HowRiskyIsDatClick involuntary introvert ☣️ Jan 23 '22 Wholesome

Yeah I know this struggle all too well

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

It’s pretty hard to find someone who’s rich and famous that appreciates a genuine person.

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u/Skyminator Jan 23 '22

I mean, billionaires rarely have time to do anything. I’m sure wives are happy at first but eventually the lifestyle is too much for them.

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u/ScrotusMahotus Jan 23 '22

If I was a billionaire I would never marry for this very reason. You know, no matter what they may say, deep down all they want is the money and will make up some excuse or set up something to divorce you

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u/noclipgate Jan 23 '22

Who hurt you

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u/GamersAuthority souptime Jan 23 '22

Most of the times. If u are rich ,people will try to take advantage of you. There are good people who are genuinely trustworthy but you can't easily differentiate between them and people who just wanna use you.

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u/Zack_WithaK big pp gang Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

I'm poor and I still have a hard time figuring out who is or isn't gonna take their turn to stab me in the back

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u/GamersAuthority souptime Jan 23 '22

No one truly knows.

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u/MaximumYes Jan 23 '22

Shaming. Cute. Men don't get to complain about their experiences, or the way that society devalues them. In the eyes of the misandrist, it's always about shaming the man for having feelings.

Good luck with that. Attitudes like that are precisely why men just walk away.

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u/Firemorfox Jan 23 '22

Rich people divorce statistics

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

„Who hurt you“ is the standard female response to someone saying the truth

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u/TX16Tuna I am fucking hilarious Jan 23 '22

Money.

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u/UnknownSpecies19 Jan 23 '22

Even if you aren't a billionaire, don't get married. You just sign away your rights and your life to that woman. She can just up and take your kids, and anything else she wants the moment she gets bored.

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u/Cooli-OH Jan 23 '22

Did you guys know that sometimes people try to marry people for money and then they divorce them and get money? It's a new trend from tiktok, I think.

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u/ScrotusMahotus Jan 23 '22

enter Jeff bezos's ex

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u/SecretAntWorshiper Jan 23 '22

Isn't Jeff bozos still the richest person alive? The ex must not have gotten that much

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u/ScrotusMahotus Jan 23 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

Ex got like 40 billion(4% of amazon) and bezos lost that title when he divorced and due to the Tesla stock booming. Ex however I believe donated about 10 billion

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u/Yertlesturtle Jan 23 '22

On the other note. Imagine being a billionaire, finding someone who truly cares about you, but you hurt them as you always keep them at arms length since you believe this can’t be real and they must only love you for the money.

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u/ScrotusMahotus Jan 23 '22

On the other note, imagine being a billionaire, finding someone who truly cares about you, but only to realize down the line they only played along for the money and ends up divorcing you, while you thought they genuinely loved you the whole time.

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u/Zack_WithaK big pp gang Jan 23 '22

Or they'll just make up a story about abuse and next thing you know, you're now paying her to be a professional divorcee

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u/KakkaKarrot Jan 23 '22

Or just date someone saying you work a pretty good job. People really dont need to know your finances for a decent amount of the time you're dating as long as they know you can afford yourself

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u/wildfire98 Jan 23 '22

MacKenzie Scott intensifies

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u/XxDeathWishxX_x CERTIFIED DANK Jan 23 '22

dude they got married in 1993 she was there when he was at the bottom....

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u/NonGNonM Jan 23 '22

I think she gets a pass. They were married long before he was a billionaire and iirc had some active part in building amazon.

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u/Azuzu88 Jan 23 '22

There was a post today from a guy saying that his stepmother helped his father build his business up from scratch. She would raise the kids and still work full time for the company whilst not drawing any salary, literally paid $1 per year. The dad divorced her to run away with a woman nearly 30 years younger, but the courts decided stepmother was owed half the business, which everyone deemed fair. Didn't stop the dad from mouthing off to everyone that she got half his business whilst doing nothing to build it, basically lying.

People often ignore the support a spouse gives when starting a business.

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u/poopoomaster19 Jan 23 '22

Melinda Gates intensifies

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u/backwoodsofcanada Jan 23 '22

Didn't Bill have a long term affair(s) with a previous employee(s)? Between that and how much philanthropy work she's done I don't really think she fits this meme, but I might be misunderstanding something.

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u/Diamond-Breath Jan 23 '22

She propped him up so he could be where he is, she deserves compensation.

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u/ThuBioNerd Jan 23 '22

Meh they both stole it

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

LPT: get a pre-nup, that way she walks out with the shoes she came in with.

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u/Yosaerys Jan 23 '22

Get a prenup, post nup, put your assets in an offshore trust so that they can never be touched even if your prenup were to be declared void

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u/texcooks Jan 23 '22

Call em gold diggers, that’s what they are.

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u/Diamond-Breath Jan 23 '22

Old billionaires are youth diggers then.

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u/Stand_kicker ☣️ Jan 23 '22

Pre-nup puff saves the day.

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u/Mayatsar Jan 23 '22

Yeah, it's not like the wife has had any contribution to the man's life or work. /s such stupid takes, istg.

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u/Yosaerys Jan 23 '22

Why you should never get married if you're rich

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u/Otototototototoi Jan 23 '22

Can marry a fellow rich person like when 2 A-list celebrities marry

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u/Yosaerys Jan 23 '22

That's a work around, that way they'll have no incentive to steal half your money. When Daniel Radcliffe said he'd never date anyone who wasn't an actress that's probably what he meant

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u/ctsgre Jan 23 '22

If you can't afford to flee to a tax haven I don't think you should get married at all.

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u/Yosaerys Jan 24 '22

You don't even have to flee, so long as your assets are under an offshore trust you can continue to live in the US and the govt/courts can't do shit to you, there are companies that exclusively cater towards these arrangements.

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u/chaisme Jan 23 '22

Funny that you have assumed that a male billionaire is so 'innocent' to only keep marrying 'young' females and then gets robbed of their money.

I hope this meme is /s

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u/SappyPJs Jan 23 '22

This is why batman never married

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u/nickystotes Jan 23 '22

He’s married to the game.

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u/Wertfi Jan 23 '22

Good for them

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u/754754 Jan 23 '22

When your wife is the breadwinner and you just stay home and clean the house. 🥰

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

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u/waltyyoo Jan 23 '22

Such strong and independent women!

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u/Otototototototoi Jan 23 '22

It IS strong and independent, just not ethical. But I think if an old billionaire sees a young hot girl acting in love with him and he doesn't see she's just after him for his money, he's a fool.

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u/waltyyoo Jan 23 '22

Tbh, I think the sugar daddies know, but w/e they'll die soon and pretending for a few years is still worth it.

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u/Rude_Journalist Jan 23 '22

Oh that’s definitely oh la….DAYUM!

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u/Ticodragon Jan 23 '22

why would you get married as a billionaire when you could pay 5 attractive woman 1000$ an hour each to be your personal haram

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u/PatSaidJack Jan 23 '22

Social climbing gold digging wives after divorcing anyone while fucking the next guy up the ladder.

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u/TheDudeOnHisRug Jan 23 '22

Amber Heard after the break up with Johnny Depp

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u/Raiden32 Jan 23 '22

Creator not understanding prenups.

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u/[deleted] Jan 24 '22

Reddit hates rich people until they find a woman they can hate more

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u/Ant_Diamond64 Jan 23 '22

Could’ve waited a little longer and got even more

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u/BABarracus Jan 23 '22

Trickle down economics

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

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u/MediumMillennium Jan 23 '22

Power puff girls

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u/Redebo Jan 23 '22

Or, Vanessa Demopoulos and Joe Rogan after her first round win by submission.

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

Me in 6 months

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u/s_nice79 Jan 23 '22

Billionaire husbands? This is what normal wives do to their normal income making husbands

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u/QuarantineSucksALot Jan 23 '22

Oh, for sure.

What in the fu

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u/tripwire7 Jan 23 '22

Any billionaire’s gonna have a pre-nup, OP.

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u/gniebel Jan 23 '22

I knew it!

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u/Kxbox24 Jan 23 '22

Bold of you to assume he didn’t plan for this possibility and hasn’t called up a hitman and cleanup crew already

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u/NightFlameofAwe Jan 23 '22

Get a prenup guys. Me and my gf are gonna even tho we intend to stay together

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u/Viktor2500 Jan 23 '22

Do billionaires not know about prenup?

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u/Evening_Cow_2202 Jan 23 '22

Can somebody send me that cartoon girl's name? (not for sexual purposes)