I've been dating my boyfriend for 2 months, at the beginning he was always dressed nicely and seemed washed. Today I called over to his house ( arranged this last night) and his t shirt has stains on it and he smelled a bit musty, there was potato crisps crumbs on sofa and I was hurt at how little effort he made, he joked he had a scented candle in his bedroom but I know this was just a hint about sex, long story short I made an excuse that I had to leave, he is off work this past week and whilst I understand that he is chilling, I think he could be paying attention to being clean and present able, his teeth would be in really bad condition and I'm worried that the honeymoon period may be over and I'm dating a guy who doesn't care.
Unhappy with boyfriend personal hygiene?
What Guys Said 7
Um... he's off work... yea its time to be just a guy...
and im sorry if this comes off as a little sexist and even as im saying it i think it is, but the stereotype is real... guys are gonna be guys, but women are there to make sure that we don't go TOO stupid. So why not just clean all that up for him?
Yes, i know what that sounds like, but i also know what it feels like when a girl comes over and sees im/my place (which it rarely is) is a mess and cleans up a couple things... i could have handled it, but she did...
You won't think this is that sexist when he bows on one knee one day with a diamond... watch.0
lol i dont know, i have had plenty of gfs complain about how i keep my "empty" waterbottles in a pile and forget to throw them away and then spend an hour or so throwing them away... they are not doing anything, they are just empty plastic bottles. but it obviously bothers them. so they can fix it.
now on to HIM, now if he can't take care of himself, that is a thing. if u think he is not clean or does not take care of himself NOW, then obviously this will turn into health issues later down the road if u two stay toghther. and it might cause issues with ur child i dont know. so i think it depends how much is HIM and how much is him being lazy around the house. thehouse u can help on, while HIM is going to be really hard to change at this point in his life honestly. u can try talking to him and obvserve him for a while, but most likely he won't change.0
Tell him about it. If he doesn't care, no sex. We will care soon enough. Or if he doesn't care either and he doesn't respect your opinion on such an important matter (because IT IS) then bye bye Boogerman.0
Do you really like this guy? well if you do, you could just tell him about his hygiene issue. Or if not, just drop him off.0
just talk to him about it0
What Girls Said 2
Ummm... he is a man! Shit, you get me on a good day and I will still have crumbs on the sofa! It was his house and he was off work... let him enjoy himself! Obviously, he wanted to see you or you wouldn't have been there. You freaked out and left... that is your fault, not his! I'm not trying to be rude, but what did you expect?0
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