So this Halloween weekend my friend was throwing a party, I was planning on going with my boyfriend, so when I call him to pick me up he made a big deal, he didn't want to pick me up, but he had no problem picking up his guy friend, so I hung up and I called my guy friend instead and asked him if he could pick me up, with no hesitation he said yes, so we went to the party together and I saw my boyfriend there with all of his buddies and I went up to all of them along with my guy friend and said hello to each and everyone of them except for my boyfriend. So who was right? Did I cross the line or did he have it coming? What should I do?
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What kind of line would you have crossed? Your friend was throwing a party. Your boyfriend decided to be an asshole and not give you a ride. You found a different way to get to the party. None of that seems like you crossed a line. Not saying hello to your boyfriend may be seen as a bit passive-aggressive I suppose, but I would have assumed you were pretty pissed off at him because that was a super asshole move, so I think it's pretty reasonable to expect a little bit of cold standoffishness from that.
So I guess to answer directly:
"Who was right?" - I don't see a right/wrong here. I see him being a total asshole, and you being (rightfully) mad about it.
"Did I cross the line?" - no
"Did he have it coming?" - yes, that was a break-up level of assholery.
"What should I do?" - who wants to date a guy like that? I would be breaking up with a partner if they decided they wouldn't pick me up for a party but would pick up some other person instead. Unless they had a pretty amazing excuse. It's petty, unsupportive, childish, and a terrible red flag that the relationship will be fraught with fights.0