It's a bad idea to wrongly accuse your girlfriend of cheating if she bought some major furniture for your house. This is at my rental house.
Before: Electric recliners in each end of these two couches. The center flips down with a cup holder.
After: Nothing left but some dog hair and dust bunnies.
Before: Nice rustic TV console with electric fireplace with a heater.
After: Need a stand for TV
Before: $3200 king size bed from the Mattress Firm. Remote controlled adjustable head and foot, massage, lights.
The mattresses were still under warranty - for only 7 days from when she called to ask about it - so she had the company come get them. There was no warranty on the fancy part so she kept that and moved it to her house.
After: need a bed.
I spent my Saturday babysitting the house, waiting for the moving guys to come get these pieces of furniture so I could make sure the house didn't get damaged.
Meanwhile, he's in Texas, wasn't aware that he's coming home to a half-empty house until today when she finally told him via text message. Over the course of the week he started out accusing her of cheating and calling her a 'ho' and switched to 'I love you and don't want to break up' once he got a hint that she might take the furniture. Today, he's telling her 'I want to get back together, but you need to get a lie detector test to prove you're not dating other men.' Not a lot of trust there.
What with the shipping the furniture back to her house and restocking fees on the mattress, she's out additional money, so all together she's out about $7000. And she's saying she's learned to not invest so much in a relationship.
Says she might start dating him again, but claims she won't make the same financial mistakes.
Never a dull moment on Brown Trout Lane!