Post # 107
No, I wouldn’t dump him or do anything close to what OP did. But the fact remains, that he couldn’t go anywhere with me wearing those. He obviously didn’t want to go and you were making him so he decided to antagonize you with those ridiculous shoes. That was immature on his part, he should’ve just declined to attend. But instead he goaded YOU into having an even more immature reaction. That was actually kinda genius on his party because at the end of the day: he still got to stay home from the party and as a bonus you owe him for having behaved like a cave woman.
Post # 108
@JennaWade: hahaha, they are terrible!!!!
Post # 109
I might not dump him but I’d definitely hide his shoes.
Post # 110
Holy smokes those are ugly shoes.
Post # 111
wow those are ugly. would i leave him because of it? no.
Post # 112
I slammed the door in his face and went to the party without him and haven’t spoken with him since.
Your things would be waiting on the lawn when you got back from your party.
Post # 113
If this thread was about a GUY trying to stop a GIRL from wearing something he deemed ‘ugly’ I’m pretty sure every single reply would be ‘DUMP him! Right now!’
Don’t know why it’s different when the shoe is on the other foot, so to speak!
Post # 114
I want to say you over reacted etc etc and were rude blah blah blah, but I can’t think staight as those fugly shoes have melted my brain. lol
Post # 115
wow i wish all i had to think about right now was mt Fiance ugly shoes. However those shoes are indeed hideous though its his choice what he wants to wear or not.
But I would be pissed if I was looking forward to going out with him and that’s how he behave. I probably would have left him home as well.
Post # 116
Is he a fan of Scott Disick? These remind me of him and his style, loll
Post # 117
I wouldn’t dump him over the pair of shoes, but the shoes may “accidentally” get left out side with the dogs smelling like steak for some reason and hopefully be ripped to shreds come morning.
I don’t care if they’re $495 or not.
Post # 118
If it’s his money and he can afford, then i’d be ok with it. I wouldnt want him telling me what i could and could not wear.
If its shared money, then i’d expect him to discuss it with me before making a large purchase. But my mentality would be if we can afford it and all our bills are paid, then go for it.
You are suppose to love the person for who they are not for what they wear. Relationships aren’t suppose to be shallow.
Post # 119
Lol at most comments here.
The shoes are hideous, obviously, but not a deal breaker at all. Deal breakers for me are offenses far more serious in nature.
Post # 120
This is a seriously funny thread. I think everyone is being too harsh. I read it in a joking tone and I think her main concern was the fact that he pitched a fit all day and did everything he could to delay the plans they had made and THEN he put those on knowing they were inappropriate just to irk her. I would have left without him, too. Seems like he would have been whining and making her party miserable for her all night.
Post # 121
I would be more upset that he paid over $400 for them!… I can understand where you are coming from though. I go thought phases with my Fiance where he insists on growing out his hair and looking like a homeless clown.
It boils my blood. But there is nothing I can really do! Eventually he shaves it off and all is right with the world.
I’d just ask that he does not wear them when you two are together. Let me make a fool of himself while he’s by himself or with his friends.