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Ridiculous Fights in History of RelationshipsSometimes you just need a laugh, especially when you’ve decided to file for divorce, or you’ve had divorce papers filed against you. One Reddit user was having it out with his significant other when in exasperation, he asked the community what the dumbest things they’ve ever fought over were. The answers are priceless. Here are just a few:

My wife and I got into a shouting match as to whose friend’s wedding we would attend IF they scheduled them for the same weekend. Neither was even engaged yet.

My wife and I got into a screaming match because our broccoli wasn’t growing as well as we thought it should, and clearly it was the other person’s fault.

Reminds of the time my mom wanted to mash the potatoes using the food processor rather than just smashing them. My dad didn’t like this idea for some reason so he decided to put the food processor on the roof so she wouldn’t have access to it.

My wife once stored all the salt and pepper in the most unaccessible place in the whole kitchen, because it fitted nicely. … It literally took a whole minute to get through all the tupperware out and back in. For salt. And pepper.

I had an ex argue with me “over which would weigh more, a pound of bricks or a pound of feathers.” We went back and forth forever while I tried to explain it to her. … It did not help when her mother chimed in with “what about a pound of wet feathers?!” … The apple does not fall far from the tree.

The arguments you have where someone is venting at you at something infuriating and you agree with them, but they are so mad that they want to argue with you about it. … Even though you agree with them and say yes throughout the conversation.

Not me but my parents. They got into an argument about a little bit of sauce getting ‘wasted’ because it came out too fast. My dad got pissed off about it because he’s just quit smoking, and they haven’t spoken to each other for nearly two days now. … My parents go on reddit too, so I hope they see this and realise how stupid they’re being.

If you’ve recently gone through the experience of having divorce forms filed against you, or you’ve filed them yourself, take heart. Times may be hard now, but one day you’ll be able to look back a better, stronger person and laugh. I know that from experience, and I wish it for you. Good luck!

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