Bound

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The moment you met me you signed a contract. You did not realise that you did this but you most certainly did. You did not see the contract and nobody mentioned it either but your interaction with me meant that you accepted my offer and you supported it with valid consideration and as a consequence a binding contract was entered into between you and I. How can you accept an offer that you did not know about? That does not matter because the applicable law to this contract is the law of my kingdom, not wherever you may be domiciled. Our offer was simple. We would give you a perfect love and in return for this perfect love you would provide us with perfect fuel. Straightforward isn’t it? I was even so kind as to explain to you how this perfect love would look and I gave you many examples didn’t I? Ah yes, I can see that it is all starting to make sense to you isn’t it? The charm, the seduction, the gifts, the love-making, the trips, the beautiful words, the moving letters, the little gestures and the promises of it lasting forever were all examples and manifestations of this perfect love. I kept my part of the bargain. I adored you and gave you this perfect love without restraint.

You began well and furnished me with that perfect fuel, high-grade and in vast quantities as you admired me as I impressed you with the repeated exhibitions of my perfect love but then you breached the contract. You failed to keep up the provision of the fuel. I must admit I was staggered when you did this. After all, you only had one obligation and it was not that difficult because you did it at first. It was not as if I asked something of you which you could not deliver. You began at the start to provide me with this perfect fuel but then you let it diminish. I even allowed you a chance to remedy your breach by giving you a further chance, I warned you as to your conduct but you failed to heed these fair and reasonable warnings. You have only yourself to blame but that is usually the case. Your breach meant that certain clauses were activated and it is no good complaining that they are unfair or that they are penalties because they are not. They are genuine pre-estimates of my loss based on your diminution and cessation of my fuel. Accordingly, I was able to invoke the clause allowing me to apply Punitive Manipulation and thereafter seek redress through the provision of negative fuel. It is no good bleating about how much trouble that caused you, you brought the problem on yourself and you have, as ever, only yourself to blame for this action. Was it an error of judgement on your part? If I was being charitable I would say that it was but most likely you did it because you thought, you could do what you wanted and escape this binding contract. Not only was I allowed, in accordance with the terms of this contract to apply Punitive Manipulation I was also fully entitled to invoke other provisions contained in the schedule. What do you mean you did not see a schedule? You did not need to did you because you said you would always give me what I needed, so why would I have to show you something when you evinced an intention to abide by the contract? Honestly, I think you take me for a fool at times. Thus I was able to rely on the clauses involving the following: –

  • Smear Campaign
  • Triangulation
  • Character Assassination
  • Circular Conversations
  • Boundary Recognition (Lack of)
  • Projection
  • Blame Shifting
  • Intimidation
  • Gas Lighting
  • Threatened Loss

I was divested of my obligations towards you and therefore I was able with immediate effect to bring about the cessation of Love Bombing. On the advice of my crack legal team it was also necessary for me to mitigate my position. I duly did so by engaging my Lieutenants, releasing my Crows and best of all I was allowed to seek fuel from alternative sources, both primary and supplementary with no fear of retribution from you. It is no use complaining, that is not going to resolve the situation. I suppose you really ought to have got a good lawyer on your side at the outset but then just like he has the best tunes, the devil has the best lawyers as well. See you in court.

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14 thoughts on “Bound”

  1. See you in court. Yep. That’s where I’m at. Divorced lil over a year….and 5k in lawyer builds later….false accusations and endless litigation as he now represents himself pro se. No accountability.
    He loves me to expend “his” money (child support ) in this way. He is very very mad at the amount he’s paying.
    So I’m paying the price for him paying me. It’s only fair in his world.
    Please…what do i have to do to get out of his world?
    Or will it never happen as we share 4 kids. ?
    How can i at least get out from under?

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  2. would You say You suffer from Mephisto Syndrome dear G.? Do You enjoy calling Yourself Devil, do You perceive Yourself as one or it’s just to add dramatic expressions to Your blog? I’d appreciate the answer.

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  3. HG You are not, but you are a good man that had to make extreme choices in a situation you should never had to be in, yet if this did not happen you could not bring freedom to so many! No I dont believe things happen for a reason, yet I do believe people bring change, and change is what you are bringing!

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  4. While I will never always agree with your contractual interpretation of law, I do believe that the garden of forking paths always reaches the same destiny as in Jorge Luis Borges short story. The longest short story ever <3 but with much love coming your way <3

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