(Closed) I thought men were supposed to be the logical ones… (LONG)

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
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Bumble bee

If I were you, I’d start looking at and researching e-rings, and blab on and on about how you’re going to buy this one or that one, and show him ones that are “on sale” (as much as e-rings can be on sale, lol). Be just as stubborn as he was. Maybe he’ll get the hint Wink What’s good for the goose is good for the gander, my Granny always used to say!

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Grrr.  I’d be kinda cranky, too.  It’s not logical of me, but we have a lot of DVDs to amke up for not paying for cable TV.  My SO likes to put his initals on ‘his’ and mine on ‘mine’ (so many more are ‘his’ regardless of who bought them and when) in case they get lent out to friends or family, so he won’t lose them.  In my head, I’m kinda like, “So you can put your name on a DVD so you won’t lose it, but not on me?  Thanks.”  granted, that’s a PMS-y time thought, but still….

I think your SO doesn’t realize that you’d kinda forged an informal agreement about how you both would handle your formal engament ‘ceremony’ – he offering you a ring, you fofering him a camera.  By being so excited about buying the camera without following through with the proposal and the ring, he kinda said, without meaning to, that the camera as a purchase mattered more than your previous agreement, at least to you. 

Men simply DO NOT realize how much engagement and marrige sit on a lady’s mind.  Sorry.  It’ll be a fun story to tell 20 years from now. 

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Doh – double post, sorry

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