A recent Reddit thread asked divorced men, "What moment with your former wife made me think 'Yup, I'm asking this girl to divorce me.'?" The results were hilarious, heartbreaking and all around insightful.
"When we went on a family vacation and I hoped she'd sleep the entire time so I could have fun with our son," - Reddit user wiskrbiskt.
"When she presented a picture of our four-year-old daughter and me laying next to each other on the couch watching Blues Clues to our marriage counselor as evidence of my 'inappropriate conduct' around our kids.
"Thank God he saw right through that bullshit immediately and told her to knock it off," - Reddit user beaton_boatsagainst.
"I was working on a mother daughter scrapbook as a Christmas present for her. Was going through her Google photos account looking for pics of them together. Came across a selfie she took with some dude laying on her. Confirmed her second affair. Knew it was over the moment I saw it. That has fucked me up pretty good," - Reddit user chevellefrmhell.
He, uh, he didn't put that photo in the scrapbook, right?
"I used to love to do chores for her because she loved being taken care of. When she stopped noticing, it started hurting. Then one day I made a bench for our entryway out of barnwood. Took about 40 hours of work. She walked in the house after work that day and sat her purse on it and proceeded to start the fight where she told me that she was mad she got married to me. She stormed out of the house grabbing her purse. Never noticed the bench was there. I knew then but I think she already knew." - Reddit user pcade11.
"We flew across the country for her sister's wedding. She didn't say a word to me the entire time since we had parked at the airport. Once we landed at our destination, we walked to baggage claim (absolute silence preceding for several hours now). At the carousel, I picked up her bag when she took it out of my hand and calmly stated, 'None of my family knows you're here--I told them I came alone.' She walked out of the airport and left me there," - Reddit user jgratil.
Check her chest to see if she has a heartbeat. Better yet, check it to see if she has a heart!
"When my 2 year old was learning to talk he would consistently say another blokes name. Apparently he was there the moment i left for work till when i got home. Single Dad for 5 years with primary custody now," - Reddit user from_mars_to_sirious.