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11-13-2009 @ 7:58PM
I tell ya once women get married they have that internal switch that flips, and they turn into angry time mongering attack robots, pro tip from every married person i've talked to....DON"T GET MARRIED.
11-13-2009 @ 8:10PM
...Do you know any real women?Sure some women are like that, but to say it in a generalizing way like that. Is totally off. There are plenty of gaming couples that lead happy lives.
11-13-2009 @ 8:15PM
Sound advice, don't get married... ever.I'm quick to jump to conclusions, but I'm thinking the wife in this story needs to take a chill pill. The key to making a relationship work is making both people happy, not being a total dictator and rationing your SOs personal time. I mean, it could be worse, hes not out banging strippers.I had the same problem with my GF. She was all over me all day so I never had time to do the things I wanted to do and she never wanted to be alone. People need their own personal time. Too much of anything is no good.
11-13-2009 @ 9:00PM
I always seem to hear stories of "wife-aggro." I want to add for those that may not realize this - we gamer girls get "husband-aggro" too. Good luck aggrowife. I know I've been able to work out my own aggro, I play a lot less than I used to, and even quit raiding. It is a hard balancing act, even when you marry a gamer.
11-13-2009 @ 8:35PM
I am not married, but I've heard horror stories about the way men change after marriage too...yaknow once they know they've got this woman "for better or worse". The fact is, both men and women are capable of the same things, whether it's being too needy, possessive, neglecting the relationship, etc., and there's no need to point fingers at one sex as the "partner that always in a relationship."
11-13-2009 @ 10:13PM
Don't worry oni, I have a feeling you won't be dealing with an "angry time mongering attack robot" anytime in your future.
11-13-2009 @ 10:24PM
yep one night stands don't cause that, specially if u leave really quietly ;)
11-14-2009 @ 10:16AM
i lol'd....so true.
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