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Shaken1976
01-23-2012, 01:18 PM
We all have them...what are some the craziest spouse stories you have seen or heard.

We had a guy at Warner Robins. His wife was nuts. She would get mad at him and go to the Shirt. He didn't pick up his socks??? She would call the Shirt. He had to deploy??? She would call the Shirt. It was bad.

Another one....this one was a guy. He didn't work....AT ALL. He would stay home and sleep till noon and then start drinking beer. They lived in base housing and he would pull his motorcycle INSIDE to work on it....the carpets were stained with oil. Their were piles of garbage and stuff everywhere. He wouldn't do ANYTHING. She got in trouble for the state of the house....and he went in and told the Commander that he couldn't tell him what to do....a few weeks later they were no longer living on base. Then this guy started hanging out at the Auto Hobby shop and tools started disappearing.

Another one...This girl came in one day, set her daughter in her baby carrier on the guys desk, and left. The guy wasn't even in the shop. I thought at first that she had just gone around the corner....then I heard the door shut and the second door shut. By the time I got outside she was pulling out of the parking lot. Apparently she wanted to go grocery shopping without the baby...she called and told him she was bringing the baby for him to watch and he told her No...that he was at work. That if she wanted to be a Stay at Home mom....she needed to be a mom and take care of the kid...If not she needed to get a job. It pissed her off so she just dropped the kid off.

Shrike
01-23-2012, 02:01 PM
Had a stay-at-home husband spouse that did nothing around the house, played video games all day, would shower once a week, and told his wife (a SrA) that they could have sex once a month but only if she was good to him. Why she stayed with him is beyond me. She eventually gave him an ultimatum: either start doing housework or get a job, and he'll be giving up the booty more than once a month. He refused; she divorced him. I wonder how much luck he had in finding someone else that would put up with a stinky, lazy, do-nothing slob.

Had a female spouse whose husband came back from a long TDY and gave her the clap and crabs. She stayed with him. I always thought that qualified as crazy.

js7799
01-23-2012, 02:46 PM
Had a crew chief at Hill whose wife was three times bigger than him. He was a hobbit, while she would've looked at home on the offensive line of any NFL team. They had a small car that leaned to the passenger side because the springs were shot. He would talk to her on the phone in the office about the naughty endeavors he had in mind for that night, and would constantly tell anyone unfortunate enough to be within earshot how hot she was. Anyway, the crazy would happen if they got into a fight. She would stomp into the AMU building unannounced, and then take him outside and chew him out like was a little kid. And he would take it! Supervision finally had to tell him she wasn't allowed in the building anymore.

TJMAC77SP
01-23-2012, 03:28 PM
Had a female spouse whose husband came back from a long TDY and gave her the clap and crabs. She stayed with him. I always thought that qualified as crazy.

Had one troop who, after a TDY to South America told his wife they had to abstain because he had gotten his junk stuck in his zipper.....she bought it (or at least pretended to) and stayed with him. I heard years later that she had finally kicked him to the curb and he then hooked up and married a much younger girl (use of word intentional). She got pregnant and now he has an under 4 year old as a 50 year old.

raider8169
01-23-2012, 04:09 PM
I had this one spouse call the shop and start yelling over the phone. The guy had to pull the phone away from his ear and everyone in the room could hear what she was saying. Than I hung up on her...

True story; it was a bad fight though looking back I deserved it.

Shaken1976
01-23-2012, 06:24 PM
I had this one spouse call the shop and start yelling over the phone. The guy had to pull the phone away from his ear and everyone in the room could hear what she was saying. Than I hung up on her...

True story; it was a bad fight though looking back I deserved it.

I answered the phone once and this guys wife told me I needed to find her husband because their water got shut off and she wanted to take a bath. Um....ok. I told her he wasn't inthe office. She then asked if he was with his skank. I replied that he was on the flight line. Then she asked if I was his skank.... Um...Nope...I know exactly how much he cheated and he wasn't dipping his wick in me.

raider8169
01-23-2012, 06:30 PM
I answered the phone once and this guys wife told me I needed to find her husband because their water got shut off and she wanted to take a bath. Um....ok. I told her he wasn't inthe office. She then asked if he was with his skank. I replied that he was on the flight line. Then she asked if I was his skank.... Um...Nope...I know exactly how much he cheated and he wasn't dipping his wick in me.

Wow, bet you guys became best friends after that one.

Shaken1976
01-23-2012, 06:33 PM
Wow, bet you guys became best friends after that one.

I didn't tell her that...I just thought that in my head. I won't rat out my co-workers. I have to see them everyday. And his wife was a HO....She was sending her kid to daycare so she could sleep with other guys in her home. She would show up at work dressed like a stripper and then get pissed when guys looked at her.

Nic
01-23-2012, 07:03 PM
Crazy ones I have dealt with..
- Wife stormed in at rollcall (About 50 people) yelling at the Section Chief demanding to know why her husband didn't make Staff.
- I had to go to the shirt about spousal abuse. She was beating on him alot.
- One of them that calls the shirt about EVERYTHING.
- One wife almost gave a whole AFSC on base the clap.
- The one who calls 15x a day wanting to talk her husband.
- One who gave her husband Birthday sex. That was the only time he would get it in a year. On his birthday.


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TJMAC77SP
01-23-2012, 07:55 PM
Crazy ones I have dealt with..
- Wife stormed in at rollcall (About 50 people) yelling at the Section Chief demanding to know why her husband didn't make Staff.


God, I would have love to witness that.



- One wife almost gave a whole AFSC on base the clap.

Hope it wasn't 3PXXX

imported_KnuckleDragger
01-23-2012, 10:22 PM
Cmon, we all know it was!!!!






Hope it wasn't 3PXXX

KellyinAvon
01-23-2012, 11:58 PM
I've seen the ones who would scare Ray Lewis (beat the crap out of their husbands). I've seen the ones who couldn't keep their pants on. I've seen the ones who thought if they had checks they had money.
WORST EVER: I had 7 weeks left in the AF and this chick goes batsh!t crazy. My 1st ever domestic (on the bright side I only lived 1/2 mile away) had a crusty mid-shift SF'r tell me he'd caught her in 2 lies and somethng ain't right here. I lost count of the calls from the SF. She walked out of an ER after an ambulance ride (before they could drug test her). Drank while taking psych meds, that was fun. Socked away a bunch of grocery money, called me (SQ supt/acting shirt) saying they had no food. She then got on a plane and flew to Denver (they had 3 kids). She didn't stay gone, came back at 0200 4 days later, locks had been changed, she calls the SF of course. Found out later she got arrested in Denver, she had stolen someones identity and had a credit card. She shot the oldest kid with a paintball gun (made him geting custody easier). She tried to grab the kids and take off after hey weren't living together (fun talk with the principal had by me and the SQ/CC). She has her brother come to stay with them then called child services because her husband had a drug addict staying there (she left out the part about it was her brother and she bought the ticket). The wing CCM said, "This is the worst spouse I've seen in 27 years." SF folks would see me and yell, "Hey Sgt Kellyinavon, how many days until you retire?" And then they'd laugh! I think I knew every one of them. I counted 3 distinct personalities and at some point I took base housing rank/name sign down because I did not want her knowing where I lived. The troop (husband) got a restraining orde that she would constantly violate (finally got her 3 weeks in jail). She made a suicide threat while talking to he chold protective services officer, CPS calls the cops (sposed to ). She leaves, calls 911, gets transfered to the cop (county deputy) at the house and complains she's being harrassed by cps. For those of you who love irony (as much as me and my SQ/CC and the MSG commander) her name was Angel.

TJMAC77SP
01-24-2012, 11:15 AM
Cmon, we all know it was!!!!

Then she was a very, very busy girl. The smallest cop unit I have ever seen had almost 70 people in it. The largest around 1200.

imported_ponch68
01-24-2012, 01:34 PM
Had a crew chief at Hill whose wife was three times bigger than him..., Uhhhh; isnt this the norm for many residents of base housing. Well, that and letting your 4 year old roam the streets without supervision. For a while, I thought we wouldn't qualify unless my wife packed on another 75 pounds.

Class5Kayaker
01-24-2012, 02:11 PM
I've seen the ones who would scare Ray Lewis (beat the crap out of their husbands). I've seen the ones who couldn't keep their pants on. I've seen the ones who thought if they had checks they had money.
WORST EVER: I had 7 weeks left in the AF and this chick goes batsh!t crazy. My 1st ever domestic (on the bright side I only lived 1/2 mile away) had a crusty mid-shift SF'r tell me he'd caught her in 2 lies and somethng ain't right here. I lost count of the calls from the SF. She walked out of an ER after an ambulance ride (before they could drug test her). Drank while taking psych meds, that was fun. Socked away a bunch of grocery money, called me (SQ supt/acting shirt) saying they had no food. She then got on a plane and flew to Denver (they had 3 kids). She didn't stay gone, came back at 0200 4 days later, locks had been changed, she calls the SF of course. Found out later she got arrested in Denver, she had stolen someones identity and had a credit card. She shot the oldest kid with a paintball gun (made him geting custody easier). She tried to grab the kids and take off after hey weren't living together (fun talk with the principal had by me and the SQ/CC). She has her brother come to stay with them then called child services because her husband had a drug addict staying there (she left out the part about it was her brother and she bought the ticket). The wing CCM said, "This is the worst spouse I've seen in 27 years." SF folks would see me and yell, "Hey Sgt Kellyinavon, how many days until you retire?" And then they'd laugh! I think I knew every one of them. I counted 3 distinct personalities and at some point I took base housing rank/name sign down because I did not want her knowing where I lived. The troop (husband) got a restraining orde that she would constantly violate (finally got her 3 weeks in jail). She made a suicide threat while talking to he chold protective services officer, CPS calls the cops (sposed to ). She leaves, calls 911, gets transfered to the cop (county deputy) at the house and complains she's being harrassed by cps. For those of you who love irony (as much as me and my SQ/CC and the MSG commander) her name was Angel.



Angel didn't happen to be a fairly attractive thin blonde with no tits, was she? Sounds eerily familiar to a couple I knew about 9 years ago (she wasn't completely bat-shit crazy back then though).

KellyinAvon
01-24-2012, 02:42 PM
Angel didn't happen to be a fairly attractive thin blonde with no tits, was she? Sounds eerily familiar to a couple I knew about 9 years ago (she wasn't completely bat-shit crazy back then though).

What base? We may have to go PM with this!

TJMAC77SP
01-24-2012, 03:25 PM
What base? We may have to go PM with this!

No frapping way boys............just don't use names

Shrike
01-24-2012, 03:31 PM
What base? We may have to go PM with this!

Where's the fun in that? Change the names to protect the insane, that's all. :)

pararigger
01-24-2012, 03:53 PM
At my first duty station we had a SSGT who would bring his wife to work EVERY day. She would sit in a chair in the shop ALL DAY and go home with him at night. I remember thinking "So this is the real Air Force I heard about in Tech School." I also wondered why those in charge didn't so anything about it.

Shaken1976
01-24-2012, 04:04 PM
At my first duty station we had a SSGT who would bring his wife to work EVERY day. She would sit in a chair in the shop ALL DAY and go home with him at night. I remember thinking "So this is the real Air Force I heard about in Tech School." I also wondered why those in charge didn't so anything about it.

We had a guy try that. I told him absolutely not. His wife was welcome to join him for lunch. In the afternoons, she needed to wait in the car. She was also welcome to join us for family type functions we might have. But she was in no way shape or form going to just hang out at work.

alaskaresident
01-24-2012, 04:32 PM
ALS meant long hours at the school house and it was not uncommon for us to be there 10+ hours a day especially on days we did PT. Wife thought her husband was cheating because he is NEVER gone that long during the day. She stormed into the school house and into the classroom at 1630 to see us all still quietly sitting around our little tables listening to the instructor talk. She was promptly escorted out and then she was ripped a new one for her shenanigans and for disrupting us students.

JD2780
01-24-2012, 05:12 PM
We had an crazy ass wife that would call and regardless of who answered would yell "put eddie on the phone" We all got tired of just hanging up on her since he wouldnt answer his cell phone. She called one day when our NCOIC was just pissed and proceeded to let her have it. Flipped out on her, telling her to shut her hole before she said something her husband was going to regret. She flipped out so he told her he was recommending Article 15 with reduction in rank 45 days confinement and all sorts of crap. She had no idea what he was saying and that he couldnt do any of this, freaked out hung up. He did write an LOC the to the A1C informing him of the possible consequences of this wife's craziness. It got ripped up a few months later when he divorced her. I always just wanted to punch her. I dont hit women, but I'd punch her for sure because was in no way a lady.

Shaken1976
01-24-2012, 06:45 PM
I went out on a date with this guy...one date. I figured out that he was crazy on this one date when he flipped out when we were at the ball game and some guy in front of us stood up and blocked his view. Well he told the guy that hooked us up that he lost my number. He filled up my home and cell phone voicemail. Somehow he found out my work number and started calling there. My buddy knew what was going on and answered once.... He told him that I had gone to gyno because I some weird drippy itch. It still did not keep this guy from calling.... So he told him to leave me alone or he would be staring down the barrell of his shotgun. When this didn't work...he told the guy that I was married and my husband was a cop. For some reason this stopped him. He left a message for me saying that I was a slut....and that I would go to hell for cheating on my husband.

A. I wasn't actually married at the time.
B. I didn't even kiss the guy....just went to a ballgame with him.
C. The guy was SCARY....he lived in another city/state.....and drove to wear I lived and left a note on my door.
D. I saw him on the news a few weeks later....and he had been arrested for stalking/rape/and assault.

I told my friend I would never meet anyone he tried to hook me up with again.

Class5Kayaker
01-24-2012, 07:22 PM
What base? We may have to go PM with this! Mountain Home. I know they were there in 2001-2002, not sure when they got there or when they PCS'd.

ericandersonx01
01-24-2012, 07:47 PM
I went out on a date with this guy...one date. I figured out that he was crazy on this one date when he flipped out when we were at the ball game and some guy in front of us stood up and blocked his view. Well he told the guy that hooked us up that he lost my number. He filled up my home and cell phone voicemail. Somehow he found out my work number and started calling there. My buddy knew what was going on and answered once.... He told him that I had gone to gyno because I some weird drippy itch. It still did not keep this guy from calling.... So he told him to leave me alone or he would be staring down the barrell of his shotgun. When this didn't work...he told the guy that I was married and my husband was a cop. For some reason this stopped him. He left a message for me saying that I was a slut....and that I would go to hell for cheating on my husband.

A. I wasn't actually married at the time.
B. I didn't even kiss the guy....just went to a ballgame with him.
C. The guy was SCARY....he lived in another city/state.....and drove to wear I lived and left a note on my door.
D. I saw him on the news a few weeks later....and he had been arrested for stalking/rape/and assault.

I told my friend I would never meet anyone he tried to hook me up with again.

All I wanted was a damn hug!

Shaken1976
01-24-2012, 08:00 PM
All I wanted was a damn hug!

Screw that...you might have used that hug to attach a LoJack to me and track me so you could stalk me. That and I am a germophobe..no hugs here.

raider8169
01-24-2012, 08:01 PM
Screw that...you might have used that hug to attach a LoJack to me and track me so you could stalk me. That and I am a germophobe..no hugs here.

Na, he would just start humping your leg. Nothing to worry about...

raider8169
01-24-2012, 08:01 PM
Screw that...you might have used that hug to attach a LoJack to me and track me so you could stalk me. That and I am a germophobe..no hugs here.

Na, he would just start humping your leg. Nothing to worry about...

ericandersonx01
01-24-2012, 09:22 PM
Screw that...you might have used that hug to attach a LoJack to me and track me so you could stalk me. That and I am a germophobe..no hugs here.

I hear ya on that. I've had a few stalkers back in the day...NOT FUN!

KellyinAvon
01-24-2012, 09:58 PM
Mountain Home. I know they were there in 2001-2002, not sure when they got there or when they PCS'd.

NO! The correct answer was "Kadena". Thanks for playing "Name that crazy spouse".:biggrin

KellyinAvon
01-25-2012, 12:42 AM
Screw that...you might have used that hug to attach a LoJack to me and track me so you could stalk me. That and I am a germophobe..no hugs here.

A LoJack to stalk? They don't make stalkers like they used to when they were hiding in the shrubs, peeking in the windows. Old school stalkers didn't need no stinkin GPS.

Red Mustang
01-25-2012, 05:05 AM
In 95' we had an A1C who was pretty darn good at her job, but was busted for bounced checks. Turns out her civ husband was writing checks on a closed account at Walmart and HEB...would write $100 checks for a pack of gum just to get cash back. When she was being disciplined for financial issues she pissed him off by taking all the check books and locking them up at a friends house. The guy starts calling in bomb threats to the clinic (Randolph) on a regular basis causing a huge disruption in care and much money spent bringing in the Bomb squad from Lackland to clear the clinic. His "wanted" picture went up at every gate and was sent to every e-mail box on base asking to call SF if he was spotted anywhere near the base. She was eventually separated because of his crap...

Shaken1976
01-25-2012, 11:56 AM
In 95' we had an A1C who was pretty darn good at her job, but was busted for bounced checks. Turns out her civ husband was writing checks on a closed account at Walmart and HEB...would write $100 checks for a pack of gum just to get cash back. When she was being disciplined for financial issues she pissed him off by taking all the check books and locking them up at a friends house. The guy starts calling in bomb threats to the clinic (Randolph) on a regular basis causing a huge disruption in care and much money spent bringing in the Bomb squad from Lackland to clear the clinic. His "wanted" picture went up at every gate and was sent to every e-mail box on base asking to call SF if he was spotted anywhere near the base. She was eventually separated because of his crap...

That is really sad. Some spouses just don't get how their actions can effect the military member. I sat down and had that discussion with one spouse. She went storming into the housing office demanding a four bedroom home. They had two daughters. She felt they deserved a bigger home than a two bedroom. She cussed out the housing office when they wouldn't give it to her. She then told them that they could keep their two bedroom home because she was going to move off base. She called her husband and told him that they were being kicked off base and that the lady was mean to her and told her she was stupid. He went up there and started throwing a fit in the office. I was in NCOA at the time and that afternoon there were four messages on my cell telling me to call the Shirt. This spouse was the "Do you know who my husband is" from the other thread. We finally got her straightened out though. I sat down and had a long talk and explained what her actions had accomplished. I told her that if she kept pulling stuff like that she could have a negative effect on her husbands career and that he could lose his job. Since he is the only bread winner in the house it kind of hit home. She actually went to the housing office and apologized. I was impressed.

ttribe
01-25-2012, 03:57 PM
I have witnessed 2 careers end because of spouses that lose their minds when the guy went TDY. Both of the career enders happened when the spouse would attempt suicide or have some other medical ailment pop up everytime they were out of town. It was sad, they were good guys married to mentally ill women. Our Commander had no choice but to ground them and push for retraining.

The funny story was about the dude that caused his wife to psycho up on him. I was sitting in our scheduling office in 92', I over heard the boom scheduler talking to Mrs. ***. Apparently she called asking when hubby was getting home from TDY. Not an uncommon call have to add. I heard the scheduler tell her, "He isn't TDY, he's been on leave for 2 weeks." Click. He was shacked up his his hood rat all that time. I heard the it got physical when she caught up with him.

TJMAC77SP
01-25-2012, 04:02 PM
The funny story was about the dude that caused his wife to psycho up on him. I was sitting in our scheduling office in 92', I over heard the boom scheduler talking to Mrs. ***. Apparently she called asking when hubby was getting home from TDY. Not an uncommon call have to add. I heard the scheduler tell her, "He isn't TDY, he's been on leave for 2 weeks." Click. He was shacked up his his hood rat all that time. I heard the it got physical when she caught up with him.

I take it this individual wasn't very popular?

Shaken1976
01-25-2012, 04:12 PM
I take it this individual wasn't very popular?

That or he didn't tell anyone what the game was.

ttribe
01-25-2012, 04:30 PM
I think his scheduler knew what the game was, he just wasn't having any part of it. He did tell the Shirt to expect an incoming shot.

Nic
01-25-2012, 07:12 PM
I was told a guy in my old Sq printed up fake orders and gave them to his wife.. He went on leave... Family emergency she calls the shirt telling him he needs to get back from his TDY ASAP. Shirt calls supervisor says he is on leave... He thinks... Verifies he is.. Dude gets busted for false documents or something.. One document that wasn't false was the Divorce papers his wife served him..
Don't know how true that story is could be one of those frozen hot dog girls you knew in middle school stories.
I did have 2 neighbors at different bases who went full whore when their hubby went TDY.

Pullinteeth
03-21-2013, 01:14 PM
Saw this yesterday and thought it was odd....

"US still making payments to relatives of Civil War veterans, analysis finds"

Of the 2,289 survivors drawing cash linked to WWI, about one-third are spouses and dozens of them are over 100 years in age.

Some of the other recipients are curious: Forty-seven of the spouses are under the age of 80, meaning they weren't born until years after the war ended. Many of those women were in their 20s and 30s when their aging spouses died in the 1960s and 1970s, and they've been drawing the monthly payments since.

—Civil War and Spanish-American War

There are 10 living recipients of benefits tied to the 1898 Spanish-American War at a total cost of about $50,000 per year. The Civil War payments are going to two children of veterans — one in North Carolina and one in Tennessee— each for $876 per year.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/03/20/us-still-paying-for-costs-civil-war-analysis-finds/

SENDBILLMONEY
03-21-2013, 10:48 PM
Saw this yesterday and thought it was odd....

"US still making payments to relatives of Civil War veterans, analysis finds"

Of the 2,289 survivors drawing cash linked to WWI, about one-third are spouses and dozens of them are over 100 years in age.

Some of the other recipients are curious: Forty-seven of the spouses are under the age of 80, meaning they weren't born until years after the war ended. Many of those women were in their 20s and 30s when their aging spouses died in the 1960s and 1970s, and they've been drawing the monthly payments since.

—Civil War and Spanish-American War

There are 10 living recipients of benefits tied to the 1898 Spanish-American War at a total cost of about $50,000 per year. The Civil War payments are going to two children of veterans — one in North Carolina and one in Tennessee— each for $876 per year.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/03/20/us-still-paying-for-costs-civil-war-analysis-finds/

They didn't have long term care plans back in the day. Some older veterans would marry much younger women, the quid pro quo being "you take care of me until I die, and you can draw a widow's pension after I pass away." One of my older relatives (now deceased) entered into that sort of arrangement.

Shrike
03-22-2013, 11:48 AM
They didn't have long term care plans back in the day. Some older veterans would marry much younger women, the quid pro quo being "you take care of me until I die, and you can draw a widow's pension after I pass away." One of my older relatives (now deceased) entered into that sort of arrangement.
Survivor Benefit Plan. It's still around. And if you opt for anything other than the maximum amount you still need your spouse's approval.

Robert F. Dorr
03-22-2013, 01:12 PM
Powerful arguments for more unmarried people in the military. If only we could return to those days ...

sandsjames
03-22-2013, 01:54 PM
Survivor Benefit Plan. It's still around. And if you opt for anything other than the maximum amount you still need your spouse's approval.

Just declined that last week. Almost $100 a month for my wife to receive very little in return IF I die. We just couldn't do it. That $100 a month in our pocket goes much further if I live another 10 years. And odds are we're going to die together in either a fiery auto accident or a murder/suicide so I don't really see the point.

sandsjames
03-22-2013, 01:57 PM
Yeah, because we don't have enough sexual assault cases/dui's/other incidents that are more likely to occur with single people who have no responsibilities at home than to a married guy who can't go out, for the most part, every night drinking and banging random women.

Shrike
03-22-2013, 02:03 PM
Just declined that last week. Almost $100 a month for my wife to receive very little in return IF I die. We just couldn't do it. That $100 a month in our pocket goes much further if I live another 10 years. And odds are we're going to die together in either a fiery auto accident or a murder/suicide so I don't really see the point.

I took the reduced amount, something like $18/month for $490/month benefit when I mean if I croak before her. She's going to do the same when she retires.

Why not make the murder/suicide into a fiery auto accident? Go out Thelma and Louise style!

sandsjames
03-22-2013, 02:19 PM
I took the reduced amount, something like $18/month for $490/month benefit when I mean if I croak before her. She's going to do the same when she retires.

Why not make the murder/suicide into a fiery auto accident? Go out Thelma and Louise style!

That's a pretty good idea. Two birds with one stone. I'm all about efficiency.

Shrike
03-22-2013, 02:23 PM
That's a pretty good idea. Two birds with one stone. I'm all about efficiency.

Die smarter, not harder.

:biggrin