When I confronted him about it, he said he never made it — that one of his old friends he fell out with must have made it to spite him and to cause an argument between us. But the only thing that doesn’t add up is that he uses the same password for that sex site that he uses for everything else, like emails and stuff, which makes me wonder if he created the account on the sex site himself?? I’m not sure this whole story with his friend making the account adds up. His friend and the friend’s girlfriend used to come up and have a few drinks with us, but they fell out around a year ago as my boyfriend owed him money and never gave it back. I had an argument with the girlfriend too, but this account was most likely set up before all that as there’s a picture up of my boyfriend and his friend. What do you think? My mind is on overdrive at his point. — Mind in Overdrive
I would disagree with you that the “only thing that doesn’t add up” is that your boyfriend uses the same password for the sex site that he uses for everything else. That actually adds up perfectly. It’s all the other lies he’s telling you that don’t add up. I mean, I’m no mathematician (understatement), but I’m pretty sure sex site popup + history of lying + shady behavior with friends + gaslighting = that SOB is straight-up playin’ ya like a fiddle, honey. MOA from POS. OK?
Well, my sister hates that I’m not paying rent and I understand that she feels its unfair. However, she still gets treated like a princess. With no intention of getting her license, she has our mum or dad still pick her up every day to take her to work, shopping, or anywhere else she needs to go. She gets anything she asks for — my dad literally drops anything he is doing to accommodate her. This doesn’t bother me as it’s her business, but she always tells me that I am relying on everyone and I am the bottomfeeder. She constantly brings up money and the fact that I’m currently not paying rent. I feel like everything is about money for her, with her rented house being somewhat of a status symbol for her and with her buying top furniture she can barely afford. When I move, I will be completely independent, and the plan is to get a job and stay put.
I’m sick of her thinking she is better than I (she has said this numerous times). Is she right? Or is it some kind of jealousy? If she’s so happy doing what she’s doing, why is she so worried about me? What should I do? — Twinsies
Grow up, both of you, seriously. And that includes maybe getting a job before you move out, get a place of your own, and declare yourself completely independent, finally, at thirty-fucking-two.
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