Could really do with some advice

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  1. I’m at a bit of a loss as to what to do. This maybe a strange place to flag such a personal matter up but you seem like a pretty level headed lot so I thought I’d cast the net and see what advice I got.

    Ok, deep breath…..

    For sometime now I've suspected that my mrs may be having an affair. You know the sort of thing. The phone rings, I answer, someone hangs up.

    Recently she has started going out 'with the girls' a lot and when I ask which girls it's always "Just some friends, you don't know them".

    I always used to keep an eye out for her taxi coming home but now she always walks up to the house although I can hear a car setting off as if she has just got out of one around the corner.

    The other day I picked up her mobile, just to see what time it was, and she went crazy, screaming at me that I should never touch her phone again and why was I checking up on her.

    Anyway, I have never approached the subject with her. I kind of think deep down I don't really want to know the truth. But then last night she went out again and I decided that I would check up on her.

    Around the time she was due home I decided to hide behind my car which I knew would give me a good view of the whole street so I could see which car she got out of on her return.

    It was whilst crouched behind my car that I noticed rust around my rear wheel arch.

    So, …. do you think I should take it into a body repair shop or should I buy some stuff from Halfords and try to repair it myself???

    moved. mk
     
  2. Depends, is it just surface rust? Have you checked under the arch liner?
    I'd ask her bit on the side for a second opinion, myself. The more blokes you ask about cars, only the more informed you can be.
     
  3. msr

    msr LE

    I think you should use the search function to see how many times this has been posted before :roll:

    msr
     
  4. Depends what sort of car it is - a classic I would always take for professional repairs. Anything else and I would trade it in for a new one.
     
  5. still funny though
     
  6. Absolutely, this is really sound advice.
    And the same goes for the Mrs too... :lol:
     
  7. Think I saw her doing laps of the naafi, aye very rusty. More like a bike than a car.
    Still works even though its already been rode to the point of bucketness.