They are usually talking much more mundane things which are usually either matters of personal taste in approach to living or are talking about power struggles or trust issues within the relationship.
The individual clearly regretted the interaction after or would not have made the complaint.
...so Isuggested we watch the Knicks on Sunday afternoon at a bar near my apartment.
The superficial justification was that it would be a nice way to catch up. It was wholesome -- daytime and watching sports. Nothing would happen, I told myself.
Of course, it would be a lie to say I couldn't foresee another outcome. The situation might also allow D to drink during the game to the point of horniness, while not to the point where she reached her patented form of incoherence. We could then have a fun -- a Sunday hookup that was more of a physical activity than an emotional one. In other words, it was wishful thinking of the worst kind.
Just from watching a handful of recent workplace romances cycle through their mayfly life cycles, I wonder if some of describing women as "crazy" is because when men exhibit the same behavior, they're a lot more dangerous. One girl's girlfriend here drove 60 miles to hand deliver an edible bouquet and while there was much mocking over the craziness, when a guy did nearly the same thing, we called the cops. When guys act "crazy," they seem much more like threats, at least in my experience. (Which isn't to say that there aren't women who are legitimately dangerously crazy, or that women aren't often described as crazy as a way of putting the fault for poor relationship skills on them.)
Dude, if you're looking for an experience you just shared with us that indicates inexperience or an inability to identify responsibility for the failure of a relationship, which hey don't we all have those, I'd rewind to the point where you became intimate with the kind of woman who would hold you hostage with an airgun to berate you for your perceived faults to begin with.
« Older This was filmed to show the passion and art of glo... | Adulting: How to become a grow... Newer »
This thread has been archived and is closed to new comments
Buy a Shirt