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    Women - why?!

    It's the question we have all asked, or maybe are all asking! But why? What did we do to deserve them?!

    Now sorry to any women/gay men that don't get where I'm coming from, but 90% of this forum for mine are male and like girls, I reckon you get my frustrations.

    Why do they do what they do to us? Why do we allow it? And, argh?!
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    Because I can tbh.

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    AWTA so much that even if it could be funny, it's not. I slept on the couch last night because my missus was upset about some girl I spoke to once on the phone a month and a half ago. Fun times.
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    Nah. Sorry mate - just your woman I think.

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    Last week, my missus and I had to have one of the babies in our bed. Fair enough like, and she ended up sleeping in my arms. So at 3 or 4, my missus wakes me up bemoaning her lack of space in the bed, not considering that I am lying in a space that Hannah from Hollyoaks would find restricting. But okay, I'll deal with that, it's the middle of the night. But then, next night, she brings it up again...well let's say, I told her to STFU, she didn't speak to me for about 20 hours IIRC...again, why do we bother?

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    Saw my ex in town today, the one who dumped me by SMS while I was pouring a pint at work.. The day after I told her I hated being dumped by SMS and had never been dumped any other way in my life.. I managed to cross the road before she saw me, I think.. Nearly got hit by a female cyclist..

    I hold the record for women trouble though.. Like Don Bradman, almost twice as good as the next guy..
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    What an irony that would have been!

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    She called me up the other night and said she'd been invited to this party, the same one as I'm going to on Saturday... Last time we went to this guys house, she whitied and I had to hold her by the hair while she puked all over this guys carpet.. I told her where to go when she asked why we couldn't just go and be civil. (by text message).

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    Agree, cant get a good night sleep cause I get woken up every hour or so cause apparently sometimes I snore. A nice elbow in the side at 2am isnt that fun.

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    For goodness sake, take control of the situation. You guys are married so I don't know whether anything changes (it shouldn't all things being equal) but if you did nothing wrong, don't bloody apologise. GIHM, I'm sure you didn't actually tell your wife to STFU but kudos for standing your ground. Don't enable poor behaviour on the part of your significant other if you want to maintain a healthy life, let alone a healthy relationship.

    It's not women-specific people; your partners will push your limits if you let them. If you let them know you won't be pushed, they at least think twice. Stand your ground and grow a pair, for goodness sake. Kids being around makes it harder, true, but more necessary; your kids need to see you exercising communication but also your standards. Arguing is healthy, not speaking or one partner appeasing the other is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt View Post
    Saw my ex in town today, the one who dumped me by SMS while I was pouring a pint at work.. The day after I told her I hated being dumped by SMS and had never been dumped any other way in my life.. I managed to cross the road before she saw me, I think.. Nearly got hit by a female cyclist..

    I hold the record for women trouble though.. Like Don Bradman, almost twice as good as the next guy..
    I don't doubt your credentials but let's hear some stories. I feel like I've had them all;

    *deep breath*

    The psycho, manic-depressive who was 'crazy in the head, crazy in the bed' and tried to non-seriously kill herself multiple times during our relationship, the chick was was regularly beaten-up by her Dad who had issues from when her mother was murdered by an Aboriginal bloke (which caused issues with her and I when she found out I'm Aboriginal), the pathologically jealous nutcase who lost her temper if I so much as spoke to any other woman, the over-achiever with daddy issues, the stalker who sms'ed me when I was having a night off at a mate's place saying "I can see you....." and would turn up at my band's gigs, despite not liking live music, just to make sure I was where I said I was, the not-quite-pious Christian chick who was a porn star at home but in public would try to tell me off every time I swore (she didn't last long....) and many combinations of chicks were jealous/stupid/over-emotional/aloof.

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    You've got me by a loooong stretch. The worst I did was a German girl who had a few dodgy experiences in her younger days and couldn't handle a guy actually being nice to her. My mates called her 'The Fuhrer'. The rest have been a mix of wonderfully normal (well...as normal as it gets), and normally irrational. I don't have a long history of 'being friends' when it's all over though. Depending on the circumstances...if it was a long-term thing and the break-up was amicable then no worries, but if they break up with me and want to be friends to make themselves feel better then no thank you. It makes life far too frustrating, and waiting in hope of something happening is a fool's game (no matter how many times you do it ).
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    Haha, was just thinking this.

    Nina, myself and a few of our friends got drunk last night. She went over the road to a mates house with a couple of people and came back about 30 mins later absolutely wasted and had no idea what she had taken. So that's okay, I help her up the stairs and into her room. She spills water on her pants so I put her pyjama pants on, I help her to the toilet so she can be sick, I get her water. We wake up in the morning, I get her some water and toast. One things leads to another.... and then she see's that I got a text from my friend called Stef, basically saying how bad Nina is for me. So Nina replied to that, they had a massive argument and then Nina started abusing me. I got out of bed, went up to my room and got a text saying "Come and get your shirt, it's outside my door". Little did I realise that my favourite flannel shirt had been cut up into pieces, so I barge into her room and question her about it. One thing leads to another....

    And then she tells me she wasn't meant to sleep with me again.
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    Romance can be dealt with elsewhere - I just don't enjoy it in cricket.

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    We only do it because the "sexy times" feel nice. I'm under some form of delusion that I'm a better man for barely getting involved in a serious relationship, but I can't say it's harmed me much.

    My wrist, though, is akin to that of a 60-year-old arthritic.

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    After 7 years of struggling with women, I now understand why it took so long.

    Because I didn't know Rebecca yet

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