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ClipsNCurls Level 190 Windia Buccaneer
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a year and a half.

So to sum it up, my boyfriends birthday party happened this

weekend in his basement. As you can imagine lots of fun and crazy with a large group. There was this one girl he knows

very well and she kept crying/sleeping which DID annoy me throughout the night since she wanted all the attention, but

time went on. Towards the end of the night, that female friend ended up wanting to vomit and she was "to dizzy to stand

up and get reception upstairs" to call her parents to get home. NOW hes were it gets interesting. My boyfriends dad

comes downstairs, looks at her and says she can spend the night. I'm just standing there furious thinking "does he even

value our relationship and know how I'd feel about this" so then i leave upstairs to my boyfriends room. 5min later I call

my boyfriend to come up and talk. I told him this was against my relationship rules and he said nothing would happen but

acknowledged where I was coming from and said he'd try to get her to leave. So he left the room and I then went

downstairs a little later and stormed into the living room asking his dad if what he said could really be true. His dad just

laughed and said of course and maybe he'll even let her sleep in his room. This made me cringe in anger (and that doesn't

mix well with drunk) so I jokingly said "okay ill cut your d(*)ck off and why not just brake up with your son since I might as

well have boys come over to sleep in my bed too. My boyfriends sister was there too (13 years old) and said she agreed

with me. Then I left the room and eventually the girl left. Now today my boyfriend messaged me saying his dad doesn't

value our relationship and they both think what i did was rude since " I blackmailed him and don't know my boundaries of

his house". WELL SO SORRY but i guess your house rules don't go so well with my relationship rules. And no I really

don't wanna be harsh on his dad because we usually have a harmless joking relationship.

tl;dr: I get drunk at boyfriends house and his dad says my boyfriends female friend can spend the night (even sleep

in his room just to get on my nerves) since she didn't feel good which made me furious so I told him I'd chop his d(*)ck off

(i think im funny lol) and i might as well break up with his son soI can call other boys over to sleep in my bed. Now he

doesn't care for my bf and I's relationship.
Posted: April 2015 Permalink

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Sezbeth Level 177 Galicia Demon Avenger 4
Bit egocentric, don't you think?

His house, his rules. It's not his obligation to cater to a relationship that doesn't have a personal base within the house, so there's little reason he should consider the paranoid "what-if" scenarios derived from someone who doesn't even live there.

Simply put, your relationship doesn't take precedence over the hospitality he chooses to offer under the conditions of his house.
Apr 29 2015
kevqn Level 200 Windia Demon Slayer 4 See what games, anime & art kevqn is intokevqn
Bit egocentric, don't you think?

His house, his rules. It's not his obligation to cater to a relationship that doesn't have a personal base within the house, so there's little reason he should consider the paranoid "what-if" scenarios derived from someone who doesn't even live there.

Simply put, your relationship doesn't take precedence over the hospitality he chooses to offer under the conditions of his house.[/quote]

That makes no sense at all, having another girl sleeping in the same room as a guy when he has a girlfriend is obviously not right
Apr 29 2015
KaiwatersXD Level 200 Windia Angelic Buster 4 See what games, anime & art KaiwatersXD is intoKaiwatersXD
^ how does it make no sense it's the fathers house w/e goes on in his sons love life isnt his concern for the most part but hosting a party in his house and having guest over he's responsible for everyone's safety so i dont think the father was wrong in his decision it does seem like a paranoid "what if" situation but if the gf was really that worried why couldnt she stay over also
Apr 29 2015
xdarkshynobi Level 204 Scania Blade Master
You were fine to let your feelings be known. I can say, that I would have cheated and slept with the girl if she got into my bed and started giving me a hj/bj. You know as long as she wasn't a s***.
Apr 29 2015
AbsymalTorment Level 200 Scania Dark Knight
You were fine to let your feelings be known. I can say, that I would have cheated and slept with the girl if she got into my bed and started giving me a hj/bj. You know as long as she wasn't a s***.[/quote]

The party should ended with an orgy. Giggady.
Apr 29 2015
xdarkshynobi Level 204 Scania Blade Master
@AbsymalTorment: That is an awful idea! The TS said there were really young girls there. You know what they say though, if theirs grass play ball?
Apr 29 2015
Sezbeth Level 177 Galicia Demon Avenger 4
That makes no sense at all, having another girl sleeping in the same room as a guy when he has a girlfriend is obviously not right[/quote]

What doesn't make sense is you somehow insinuating that the subjective conditions of a relationship somehow take precedence over the will of the owner of the house. Especially when considering that those involved in said relationship are likely not even contributing to the aforementioned household. No contribution, no say.

The father was extending hospitality in order to prevent the possibility of a likely incident considering the emotional and cognitive state the person happened to be in at that time. Taking further consideration in the situation that the father was likely considering the possibility of the girl sleeping in his son's room in a joking tone (evident when he laughed). You also seem to be operating under the assumption that something else would've likely been worked out. As mentioned in the original post, they also had a thirteen year-old younger sister, thus implying that she could've slept in her room, or even down the obvious path of sleeping on the couch or wherever in similar context.

There's nothing "obviously not right" about this given scenario because it's operating under the presumed context of a bias (notably an intoxicated one, no less).

@xdarkshynobi The ages of the girls at the party weren't specified; also it's evident that they were likely of legal age due to the presence of alcohol and the father's obvious knowledge of said presence.
Apr 29 2015
kevqn Level 200 Windia Demon Slayer 4 See what games, anime & art kevqn is intokevqn
@Sezbeth: Why can't you just talk like a human being, stop trying to use sophisticated words on the internet to prove your point further
Apr 29 2015
NoDiggityx Level 200 Windia I/L Arch Mage Boundless Guild See what games, anime & art NoDiggityx is intoNoDiggityx
Not wrong: Dad letting the girl stay at the house for whatever reason doesn't seem wrong.
Wrong: Dad insisting the girl sleeps on boyfriends bed while the girlfriend is present. (I'm sure there's a friggin couch somewhere she can get comfy on)

It's really not that complicated
Apr 29 2015
halfway Level 52 Khaini Hunter
@Sezbeth: Why can't you just talk like a human being, stop trying to use sophisticated words on the internet to prove your point further[/quote]

Classic remark made by someone with an inferior vocabulary.

Long Edit: As far as the thread goes I believe you're in the wrong with the dad because you should have never went downstairs to begin with after retreating to your boyfriends room unless it was to go check on your boyfriend. It's the dad's house and if he believes that a drunk girl that can't take care of herself is unable to make it home then I don't see the problem with that. I don't know many teens that want their parents to pick them up and see them in their drunken state. You're currently in your boyfriends room where he is going to sleep! Stop worrying about the drunk girl in the basement, sacrifice your "relationship boundaries" for one night and go to sleep with him. Girls make a lot of things complicated that don't even need to be. You're raining on the birthday party right now. If you believe that after a year and a half of dating your boyfriend he's willing to throw it away on some drunk girl then you need to work on the trust between the two of you or get over your insecurities. As far as the joking insults go for you and the dad you're both in the wrong but that's what happens. You went down drunk and questioning his authority within his own house. That has to be pretty infuriating and I guess he wanted to put you in your place but that was disrespectful and so was your retort. The dad is probably a little butt right now but if he really does not care about your relationship after that fight then an apology to him is in order, show him that at least you care.
Apr 29 2015
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