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  • is it me or is my misses insane ???
  • nobbyq
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    so sat in watching a film on netflex , misses comes home from being at cinema with a mate , opens the living room door had yells at me for not looking at her,so i ask her if she’s f%%king mad , she slams the door and worms off , is she a control freak or am i missing something ??

    Premier Icon boriselbrus
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    Perfectly normal behaviour.

    If her name is Louise.

    what’s on netflex?

    tails
    Member

    “Worms off” either a typo or I’m nicking that.

    nobbyq
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    typo , but a good one lol

    Premier Icon piemonster
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    Possibly something other than not looking on this occasion.

    I’d just talk to her in the morning.

    FunkyDunc
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    Can of worms your opening there

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    Why don’t you pull your pants up and go ask her what’s up?

    Premier Icon simondbarnes
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    Are you drunk?

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    I think it’s rude not to look up from what you’re doing when someone comes in, tbh. She has a point, poorly articulated though.

    If she’s wormed off have you been cast aside? Could you see a relationship therapist trained psychoannelidical techniques? Did she just lose her rag and give you a lug full?

    Markie
    Member

    I think it’s rude not to look up from what you’re doing when someone comes in, tbh. She has a point, poorly articulated though.

    Agreed. If she greeted you as she came into the house you should have acknowledged and welcomed her. Also, asking if she’s effing mad is going from 0 to 60 pretty quick and a pretty poor way to handle things imo.

    mrb123
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    She needs to be sectioned immediately.

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    Aren’t they all?

    I think you’re a bit mad. Not insane. Just a bit mad. Send your misses around to my gaff if she wants some attention…giggity.

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    You should have paused your thing and welcomed her home, ask if she’s had a good night and the film was good.

    crikey
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    If she walked off outside, just lock the door.

    Premier Icon Caher
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    What exactly were you holding at the time?

    Premier Icon feed
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    You should have paused your thing and welcomed her home, ask if she’s had a good night and the film was good.

    This, though I’m guessing your behaviour probably reinforced a conversation she’d had with her mate about feeling neglected or such like.

    Alternatively, I’d put it down to hormonal in balances due to the cycle. Suggest that to her in the morning to break the stony silence and let us know how it goes.

    (make sure she’s not between you and the door and doesn’t have anything sharp to hand 🙂 )

    zzjabzz
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    Give it three months, tops.

    oldmanmtb2
    Member

    There all ****ing mad…

    Premier Icon funkmasterp
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    Hang on a sec here acknowledging her or not comes down to one thing. What were you watching and how good was it? If something epic that you’re well in to and not seen before or is it a crucial plot point a cursory nod should suffice.

    I bet some of you are the types that would interrupt an album listening session for a new album or start a conversation with someone when they’re reading. Then get all upperty because you’ve pissed the listener / reader off.

    Small children are allowed to interrupt, but grown adults should **** know better.

    Rob Hilton
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    If she’s wormed off have you been cast aside? Could you see a relationship therapist trained psychoannelidical techniques? Did she just lose her rag and give you a lug full?

    Great work!

    regenesis
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    I’m with funkmaster

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    I think the sanity of both of you is a bit hit and miss.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Living with another person is enough to drive anyone insane

    Premier Icon tjagain
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    Not acknowledging your other half when she comes in is mad in my book. One of the things me and missus TJ ALWAYS do is to properly greet each other if we have been apart at all.

    Its things like that that strengthen and reinforce the bonds between you

    Premier Icon DezB
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    🤢

    nobbyq
    Member

    so she wasn’t feeling too well, so all is ok now , but can u imagine it the other way round if she was watching love island , i would now be pushing up daisies for interrupting !

    kerley
    Member

    Living with another person is enough to drive anyone insane

    Opposite for me. Living with someone is wha keeps me sane, if left to my own devices, with no-one to put me straight, for the last 20 years it wouldn’t have ended so well.

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