(Closed) soo pissed at him ~vent

posted 6 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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5958 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

Every car has a jack, a spare and a manual on how to use it, everyone can change a tire, I promise!  Sorry your SO is being a jerk just now, you don’t need his garbage today, so just ignore it!

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I would be the same way! I don’t know how to change a tire haha..even if I had a manual how to tell me I wouldn’t trust myself that I put it on right.

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I would beyond pissed for a number of reasons

He is not reliable

He lied to you

He is not being supportive or compassionate

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

That sucks, but I agree with Nona, instead of wallowing- CHANGE THE TYRE!!! 

Then, when you see that man next time, sit him down and let him know how this incident made you feel. Whilst I think it is silly you don’t change your own tyre (There are plenty of tutorials if you get confused on the net) I do not think you are silly for being angry at him. He was rude and inconsiderate.

Post # 10
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Umm, yeah…I’ll say it; ditch this fool! He does not love you.

The big issue is not that OP cannot change a tire.  The issues are 

1. That her SO strung her along almost ALL DAY.

2. That he lied multiple times (saying he would help, saying he was on his way)

3. That his best excuse was “he was in a bad mood” and he manages to wait ALL DAY to convey these feelings

4.  That even though he was in a bad mood he had no compassion to help the woman he LOVES when she is in need of his support

5.  That he will not drive 40 minutes to see the woman he loves, the woman he hardly ever sees, the woman he only speaks to via text,  on his day off.

Nope.  the way I see it, he has already checked out of the relationship; dunzo.  Sing to the left to the left and make him your ex today.

Post # 11
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

ThreeMeers said:   
I would beyond pissed for a number of reasons
He is not reliable
He lied to you
He is not being supportive or compassionate

DITTO DITTO DITTO!!!

“A real woman CAN do it all by herself…but a REAL man won’t LET her!”

 

 

Post # 13
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663 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2017 - Vegas Wedings

Saying he’ll be there soon and then coming back with “do you still need me to come over?” is a pretty messed up. I would not want this type of man to be the father of my child(ren). You need someone who is reliable and follows through when you need them to not a fair weather friend.

Post # 14
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356 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I would be LIVID! I have NO patience.  I once dated a guy who was kind of like that.  I couldn’t handle it anymore.  I realized that I needed someone who is more attentive.  And those kind of men are out there.  I live 35 min away from my Fiance, so I know what it’s like to not live close by, but he still makes every effort to see me when he can. 

You should do what makes you  happy, but right now it doesn’t sound like this guy will make you happy.  You need a MAN who does what he says he will.  So many girls waste thier time with little boys that say they will call/do something and they never do. If he really cared for you, he would have fixed your tire the day it blew out. That’s just my opinion. Sorry if I got a little angry. 🙂

Post # 15
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11234 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

Ha, I dated a guy like this, but we never lived more than 15 minutes apart or from where I worked. I had a car problem, that was my problem to deal with, despite him working on cars quite a bit. My brake line got nicked when I had to get it fixed, and I ran out of brake fluid on my way to work. I called him about it, and he could not have cared less that I had no brakes. He was at home at the time, 10 minutes from where I worked, and could have come out to help. Nope! One of the guys I worked with took a bottle of brake fluid that I purchased, filled me up, and followed me out to a specific shop he trusted to look at it. Sad, really.

Post # 16
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

This reminds me of something that happened to me a few years ago. 

I was in a committed relationship with a man, we’d been together for a few years and lived together.  One morning we had a minor argument over something stupid before we both left for work and we were both in a bad mood.  On my way to work, during rush hour, my car broke down on the highway.  It was freezing cold and raining that morning, too.  Of course I called my SO to tell him what happened.  His answer?  “What the F*CK do you want me to do about it?”  Mind you, this guy worked as a mechanic!  Anyway, I hung up on him and proceeded to call my car insurance company’s roadside assistance. 

And, in my mind and my heart, that day was the beginning of the end of our relationship.

When a man shows you his true character, believe him.  OP, you deserve better.

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