Quotes: Obnoxious In-Laws
In the Injun book it say
When first brave married squaw
He gave out a heap big "Ugh!"
When he saw his mother in law
The only enemies at a wedding, Klump, are the in-laws.
When are you going to learn that In-Laws are your natural enemies?
A man from the Ansar said, "Allah's Apostle! What about Al-Hamu the in-laws of the wife?" The Prophet replied "The in-laws of the wife are death itself."
— Sahih Bukhari, book 62
Like a mother-in-law in a bad sitcom...
If you have got to outlaw anything, you should outlaw in-laws, too.
It must be Asshole Redemption Week on Ellen
. You’re up next, Charlie Sheen
...Kanye told Ellen that one thing he’s learned while being married is how to shut up. Being around a Kardashian
will do that to you. They are always talking and nearly everything they say makes you want to barf, so you have to keep your lips firmly shut or you’ll vomit all the time.
For my part, my main Lovecraft
periods came in late 2004, early 2005.. In hindsight, the period is more remembered as the lingering tail end of my relationship of the time. Foreshadowing existed in the form of the sheer and bitter acrimony her parents felt towards me. While large parts of my memory, in hindsight, reveal flaws in my actions I was unaware of at the time, this period is unusual in that, in hindsight, her parents were actually crueler, more selfish, and more hateful than I gave them credit for. My capacity for grudges is often more limited than I let on, but they manage the remarkable feat of, even now, over five years since I last had anything to do with them, being among the most miserable and horrible people I have ever interacted with. I actually have more animosity towards them than I do towards my ex-wife. And this animosity stems entirely from the sheer hatred they directed towards me in this period. In hindsight, the staggering black hole of anger they positioned in my life forms a better explanation for my fondness for stories about unspeakable cosmic evil
than anything else.