(Closed) Is he cheap ?! :$

posted 6 years ago in Relationships
Post # 121
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

 VeronicaZ:  If you can buy 100 LV bags by yourself and you would never want a guy to get you something you couldn’t get yourself, then why did you ask him to buy you a LV bag?  That makes zero sense, honey!

You should’ve asked for a Birkin.  Duh. 

Use your money to get an education.  It’s pathetic, not pethatic.  And it’s honey, not hunny. 

There’s a reason he’s not buying you $12 eyeliner much less the LV bag that you wanted …. 

 

Post # 122
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

wow some of you ladies are truly vicious!!!!! dont you think you could have gotten the message across without all the personal attacks on her. ladies i am sorry but we have to do better, if she was your friend and came to you for advice would you be so rude, so bitchy and mean to her, you can give good advice without been so demeaning and horrible!!!!

@veronicaZ my personal opinion i think your expectation after only 2 months are a bit much and maybe in previous relationships you were used to such treatment, you have to realize that every relationship( and man) is different, so if you like this guy you would rethink what your expecations are and decide if you are willing to be less high maintenance for him.

p.s: Ladies i promie you i am well educated just incase there are any spelling mistakes 😉

Post # 123
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Ummmm, if I read the OP right, you still live at home with your mom (but have enough money to blow $2k on some guy you’ve only been dating a couple of months)…? You should totally ask your SO to rent you an apartment, maybe in the city so you’ll be closer to good stores when he comes over to take you shopping…errr I mean spend quality time with you! 

Post # 124
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

ya none of this makes sense. expecting expensive gifts and playing games is not what real healthy relationships are about at all

Post # 125
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

bootybee:  Sure.  You can give advice without being rude.  But if this were my friend, you’re damn skippy I’d talk to her like some of these ladies have.  If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s an entitled person.  I hate that.

Post # 126
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Busy bee

This thread reminds me of another poster. Who ironically, has not posted here. 

Twin flames, twin Bee accts…and all that jazz. 

Post # 127
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

bootybee:  Are you fucking kidding me?  If she was one of my friends, you can damn well bet I would give her the verbal bitchslapping of a lifetime.  As for spelling mistakes, you know when it’s a typo and you know when someone doesn’t know how to properly spell (ie: honey).  I’m not the only one who has commented on the lack of spelling going on in her threads. 

Funny how you feel that it’s ok for the OP to be demeaning and horrible to her “boyfriend” but nobody else can treat her the same way?   How do you think her boyfriend would feel if he were to read what she’s written about him? 

Post # 128
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@Ellicott where in my post did i say it ok for be demeaning snd horrible to her boyfriend. 

and no I am not “effing kidding you, but you know what everyone has their one way of approaching stuff ahhhh such is life.

Post # 130
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

I’m on an iPad as well and it’s auto correcting hunny to “honey” and “pethatic” to pathetic.  Maybe you’re using it wrong? 

Post # 131
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Busy bee

VeronicaZ:  I feel that you’re placing unrealistic expectations on a guy you’ve only been with for 2 months. $1100 for a bag? I would lose my shit if my SO spent that amount of money on something so…material. The problem is that you EXPECT. It is not reasonable to expect a $500 watch. It is not reasonable to expect a thousand dollar handbag. And the fact that you’re calling him cheap or weird because he doesn’t follow through with your demands speaks more of your character than of his. It doesn’t matter that he could have paid for your shopping trip – why should he? You should be independent and self sufficient enough to supply yourself with the things you want and not expect someone else to bankroll it.

Post # 132
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2015

If you need to test someone on material things or how much he spends for YOU.  He is not the right one

 

Sorry but if that’s all you care about your pretty shallow.

Post # 133
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

This is the risk you take when you spend $2K on a gift for someone you barely know and don’t know if they will reciprocate in the same way! 

 

Post # 134
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

VeronicaZ:  Money can’t buy class, honey.

Post # 135
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

VeronicaZ:  Wow. You’ve only been together two months. I’m getting married to my Fiance this year and I would kill him if he spent that much on me let alone ask him to buy me a $500 watch or $1100. You are expecting way too much and he’s going to leave you if you don’t straighten up. 

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