|Originally posted by Lira |
This is probably a recipe for disaster if he's faithful only because his girlfriend wants him to. He should either convince himself she may have a point, or he should ditch her for someone who doesn't believe in monogamy either.
He won't ditch her. If he did then he'd have to get a real job, quit his current "job" (self-employed glass blower, which he loses money than he makes) get his own place, pay for his own things, etc etc.
I spoke to him about my roommate before. She asked me to ask him if he still loves her or if he is just comfortable. I mean, he ignores her to play WoW and bang away about women's rights and how much white people suck all day, then goes to 'work' (and by work I mean he makes some glass then whines on FB about how hot it is, how hungry he is because he doesn't have any money and tries to bribe people to bring him food and says he can only pay in glass). Anything she wants to do he doesn't do unless he can get something from it, etc etc.
His response? "I ask myself if I love her or if I am comfortable. I just don't know." His actions are pretty obvious, but she loves him and tries so desperately to make it work.
|Originally posted by Meat187 |
I can't find anything wrong with that position.
There ISN'T anything wrong with it as long as it doesn't make your girlfriend feel like shit and constantly make her think she isn't fulfilling enough for you and makes her cry when you go off on rants about how stupid monogamy is and how every girl should put out to everyone because it means she is 'sexually liberated'.
|Originally posted by Acton |
Who is this 'he' that I don't even know of?
lol he's starting to refer to people as "CISgender". Oh boy, I'm living with a male Avana.
|Originally posted by ziptnf |
I probably wake up QWOPing.