Or better yet, How to Date a Psycho.
I found this tidbit of news to be especially amusing because not only do these people not learn their lessons, but it proves a theory I have about men.
A Hong Kong woman who blinded her boyfriend in one eye in a fight six years ago has been jailed for jabbing a chopstick into his other eye, a newspaper reported on Wednesday. Last November, Po Shiu-fong, 58, accused long-time boyfriend Kwok Wai-ming, 49, of having an affair, the South China Morning Post reported. During the row, Po stabbed a plastic chopstick into his left eye, which she had already blinded six years ago when she poked it with her finger. "Po became hysterical when she saw the wound and mopped it with a towel. The pair then went to bed," the paper said. "The next morning they had another argument in which she grabbed a chopstick and stabbed Kwok's right eye," it said. Two days later, he sought medical treatment and filed a police report against Po, whom he had dated since 1993. The paper said he didn't report the attack six years ago, telling the court his silence was "a love sacrifice".
Ok, craziness. Not only has poor Kwok lost 10 to 20 percent of vision in his right eye, but now Po is serving six months in jail. Deservedly so, since she is nuts. But my question is that after the first eye poking incident six years ago, shouldn't Kwok have been thinking "I'm a grown man, why am I letting this woman jab her finger into my eyeball?" I guess he gave her a second chance which was nice of him.
But then the chopstick??!?!! Um, Hello Kwok! Run away from that crazy whore, do yourself a favor and hide your eyeballs. For some strange reason Po has something against you and your eyes. And for Heaven's sake don't go to bed with her! You can't guard your eyeballs from her in your sleep.
Here is my theory with men and dating. I don't mean to generalize, but doesn't it seem like guys date crazy girls who treat them like crap? And even when bodily harm is involved they seem to just forgive and forget that there are non-crazy girls out there?