Young, free, and single...
Well, single -- I'm not deluded enough to think I'm young, and freedom was something I gave up on long ago.
Anyway, going back to the post I made on ?off ages ago about my paranoiac girlfriend, she came home from work to day and handed me a list she'd compiled of all my shortcomings and then went out again without saying a word. I returned the favour by leaving her a similar list, so if anyone here happens to live in the Southampton/Winchester/Eastleigh area of Hampshire and has a spare sofa for a week or two until I can make permanent arrangements, let me know. :)
so dont hold us in suspense :) what are your shortcomings?
January 28th, 2006 7:26pm
Many and varied, but mostly variants on the "I do things in a different way from her" theme. Plus I have the audacity to have friends who aren't the same gender as me, so I'm a lost cause.
Bloody women -- mentalists, every last one of them,
You mean stuff along the lines of "I like to go out for nice quiet dinners, you like to bite the heads off of chickens"??
January 28th, 2006 7:33pm
"I do things in a different way from her"
ah. that explains a lot. its best to avoid this.
January 28th, 2006 7:47pm
Go to the mall, see earlier post.
Sorry to hear it Mat. Did you guys say that you had kids?
We've got a 2-year-old daughter, and leaving her is killing me, but I think in the long run it's probably best -- that whole "staying together for the sake of the kids" thing never made much sense to me, as I imagine growing up with parents who don't particularly like each other is worse than growing up with parents who don't live together.
(The ex-gf has three other kids, and leaving *them* is bliss. :)
I'm sorry to hear this Mat. I, too, think staying together for the sake of kids doesn't make much sense. I thought it wouldn't be bad enough for you guys to leave. But, I guess, you know where your shoe pinches.
January 30th, 2006 12:30am