That's kind of screwed up to do that to your boyfriend. Why would you want to make others see him in a negative light? Own up to your own feelings. If you don't want to do something, just say it. Damn.
@torielynn3, sometimes it's easier to lie. Plus fvck her friends, they don't know me.
@devalation, I just feel like it's disrespectful to the boyfriend.
@torielynn3, what if the boyfriend doesn't care? Can you disrespect the indifferent?
I am way too drunk right now... This is the most confusing piece of literature I've ever attempted to read
@Wildfiree, OH she's texting that to someone, not on the receiving end of the message. That explains the fellow at the end. Excuse me ladies and gents.
@Wildfiree, I had the same misunderstanding. It took me two times through to get it as well.
So, last year, I had a crush on a coworker of mine. I eventually worked up the courage to ask her to a movie. She gave me her number and said, "We can work out all the details tonight."
I get home, super excited, and start texting this girl. We work out the time and date and say good night.
The day arrives for my first EVER date. I'm freaking out and all that fun stuff, when I get a text. It reads: "Hey, sorry, my parents said I can't go tonight. Family stuff."
I told her it was fine, and not to worry about it. A few days later we set up another date. The day of our date arrives, and I get a text:
"Hey, I don't think I can make the movie tonight."
I ask her why.
"I don't think my boyfriend would approve."
@Unamused Llama, pretty sure assault is justified in this case
"I'm pretty sure lighting one hand on fire is dangerous... let me try lighting them both on fire at the same time"
My husband actually does this with me as his excuse pretty often. Quite annoying.