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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    相è§å®¹æ˜“,相处难。 There is every truth in this saying. And for this reason, I really advocate not staying with ILs, but visiting them often.
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Pinkbuttons, actually, if I have been in your shoes, I will probably move out anyway. Since she wants to make peace, moving out does not equate to no peace. Anyway, she is starting her nonsense again. Just be prepared. And if you need to move out regardless of what happens, please do so...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    hmmmmmm... actually, like what cactus said, your husband can draw up a new will, but I proposed the followings : 1. Draw a new will with a different lawyer, specifically specify that the new will supercede all other will(s) made prior to the date (of the new will). 2. Get his will...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Cecilia, I agree with you, if she really jumps, it is her own choice loh.... no one pointed a gun at her to make her jump. Of course, the aftermath will be messy because fingers will always point at the DIL; but they forget that while 1 finger is pointing at others, 4 are pointing at...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    pinkbuttons, I doubt your MIL will really jump lah, regardless of who told her to, She might turn around and say, "ni yao wo tiao, wo bian bu tiao." Seriously, your hubby needs to act to protect you, because you are his wife, his choice of lifetime partner.
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Janica, Next time your MIL asks about the baby question, just say, "I am ok. you talk to your son." Then let the mother and son settle this. Of course, regardless of whether you and your hubby is ready to have a baby, throw the ball to your hubby's side of the court. If she still nags...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Pinkbuttons, I don't advocate divorce, but I feel that after marriage, if the husband cannot place his own family (meaning wife and his own children) / wife as first priority, then there will always be problems. Yes, he can still love his mum and be filial to her, but æ„šå­and å­are entirely...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Janica, Actually it wasn't any tricks on my part. It's just that since young, my family has always slept with a closed and locked bedroom door, vs my hubby's family's open door sleeping concept. So it is only natural that I do the same in my own home. I am very particular about my room and...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Hi Janica, She didn't try to teach me anything. The one thing I can't stand was, while I was breast feeding my girl in the hospital, she will disregard everything, and walk right in front of me, and look at me breast feed. I thought it was so rude of her. Even my own mum waited patiently...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    Janet, Thanks. Actually, I have been married for 7 years already. My relationship with my MIL is pretty formal. Even if I am unhappy with some of the things being said when I visit her (I visit her every alternate weekend for dinner all these while), I will just pull a long face until...
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    A Place To Vent Anger on Monster In Laws

    I told my hubby, if you want to give the house keys to your mum then give loh; but be prepared that everytime you give, I will change the lock. Haha.
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    A disturbing problem...

    I really suspect your mum doesn't know that your sis' bf is staying over. why don't your sound out your mum if she's aware that your sis' friends are staying over? If mum's aware, then maybe ask mum to tell sis that the friends can stay in your bro's room?
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    "An Chuang (安床)"

    Daphne, Yep, I was around during AC.
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    "An Chuang (安床)"

    Aiya, truthfully, it's really what you are comfortable with. My PIL do not enjoy a warm relationship and I am very particular about my bedroom, so my reasoning to anyone who suggested getting someone else to help us An Chuang is that, if the couple helping us to AC is leading a good life and...
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    "An Chuang (安床)"

    Unyx, If you want a boy to jump / roll on your bed, it's suppose to be on the AD, after the newly-wed couple has at least taken a seat on the bed hor. Jam75, I thought the bride and groom cannot see each other on the day prior to the AD? Daphne, Not very true lah. My husband...
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    Anyone knows of Hainanese marriage tradition?

    Hi Jen, Sorry for the MIA. Yes, my lamps are running on electricity, if not, then battery flat how?
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    Support group - Divorce

    Divorce needs 3 years' separation. DOn't think you can qualify if you are still sharing the same bed.
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    Anyone knows of Hainanese marriage tradition?

    Blur Sotong, yes, I got the golden balls, and Mushloom was right. I had it on the AD, and it stay there until deflated. And also, my mum told me the bedside lamp was to stay alight for 3 whole days; so in the end I bought bedside lamps from Ikea, kept the box and just use the box to cover...
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    Anyone knows of Hainanese marriage tradition?

    Mushloom, GDL also needs a basin (supposedly for the DIL to serve water for washing face to the MIL, but I got one that's good enough to wash vegetables), and the teapot and cups (for tea ceremony), pillows / bolsters, a pair of bedside lights (tian ding), a pair of towels. All these need to...
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    Chin Leng or other moderators, please take note

    Have a filter for "last 12 hours", "last 24 hours", etc, where users can filter choose to list all searches, or searches of certain threads only?

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