What advice would you give this guy?

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What advice would you give this guy?

Postby ZionDweller » Sat Feb 11, 2017 5:44 pm

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Age: 20


I've been dating this girl for 3 years now and I love her with all my heart. I'd do anything (well within the law) for her if she ever asked me to. We've been through thick and thin and thin and thinner and we've always managed to come out on top together.

But, there's one thing about her that bothers the living hell out of me.



She has (what I perceive to be) a very bad habit of ignoring me sometimes when I ask her questions. For example, if she were to be on her phone for an extended period of time (which she normally is) chatting with someone or just scrolling through a timeline on Facebook or something, and I asked her "Hey babe, what'cha doing?" loud and as clear as day, she would ignore my question and go on as if no one said anything.

She's not hard of hearing and I am close enough to her to where my voice isn't too distant. Also, we can rile out that maybe she's just distracted easily, only because I'll follow up my question by asking her again to get the response of "I heard you the first time."

This makes me upset and I've told her about this many times but, it doesn't seem like she cares too much.

So again, I ask, what is the proper way to handle being physically ignored?
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Re: What advice would you give this guy?

Postby trajan » Sat Feb 11, 2017 6:09 pm

what is the proper way to handle being physically ignored?


There's only one acceptable protocol when your GF openly disrespects you like that. DTB
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Re: What advice would you give this guy?

Postby Morgu » Sat Feb 11, 2017 6:26 pm

DTB, and take steps to protect himself from the inevitable backlash.

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Re: What advice would you give this guy?

Postby ManWithAPlan » Sat Feb 11, 2017 6:54 pm

Cut the wifi?
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Re: What advice would you give this guy?

Postby hansmoleman » Sat Feb 11, 2017 7:44 pm

Age: 20
Dating for 3 years
Talks about "we've been through thick and thin together"

Yea must have been hard living off daddy's money, and smoking weed all the time and pretending to have a hard life. Dats him.
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Re: What advice would you give this guy?

Postby fester » Sat Feb 11, 2017 8:32 pm

I'd get one of those pocket sized cell phone jammers.
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Re: What advice would you give this guy?

Postby Notorious GIT » Sat Feb 11, 2017 9:34 pm

Ah, the joys of monogamy with modern women. I pine wistfully for what I'm missing out on.

Just imagine how many times I could have been privileged to pay for dinner for such a lovely lady if I'd have taken that money from my new rifleman's chest rig and spent it on one. Or the shotguns and rifle from last year. Or the 8 grand in tattoo work I had done last year. Or the hundreds of dollars a month booze/concert/party budget.

How empty and lonesome I feel now.

...

But god damn, are these guys stupid. The same ones might shame us for the likes of the above, fully self blindfolded to the irony that they are lonely with their significant other right there, while we are merely alone.

Big difference between alone and lonely there, bubula.
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