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1-08-2010 @ 1:22PM
This makes me sad. My husband and I are both gamers. We enjoy a lot of the same things and yet we have our own interests that the other really isn't into. For example he is a collection of smurf plushies while I have my own collection of Pokemon plushies. (Yes I'm over 25 :P) while I think the Smurfs are a bit odd and he thinks the same of mine, I wouldn't ask him to get rid of them just because they aren't my thing. I would feel the same way if it were a huge 7ft statue of Papa Smurf (or horde forbid Smurfette..) as long as there is actual ROOM in the house for so it no one is bumping into it or sitting in the middle of the floor and even then I'd try to make room for it because he likes it and that's what matters and he feels the same since I already have some very LARGE Pokemon plushies in the house :3 I wish I could meet this woman in person so I could smack her upside the head and ask why she could be such a selfish person. I would love to have Thrall sitting in my living room (bow-chika-wow-wow?)
1-08-2010 @ 1:55PM
Agreed. 100%.My bf and I are both into WoW, and have our own hobbies besides. I put up with his Transformers all over the house, he puts up with my dragon statues and plushes. Why? Because it's something that interests us and is part of who we are.Sorry, but I'd have to agree that the wife is way out of line in this situation. Forcing him to give up his statue wasn't right :/ At least Thrall got a new home where he's appreciated (and wouldn't I love a statue like that here :D)
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