Did I do something THAT terrible?

Been together for two months.

Stayed the night Friday, and because my boyfriend does not have a bed, my back is still hurting. He wanted me to come over and stay again, so I did. I bought Chinese and he and I were on the couch watching a movie. He falls asleep, I put his glasses up, and went home. The guy was working all day in the sun, so I didn't want to wake him. Can't sleep on his floor again. on top of that, I have a dog at home that could be taken out, and not cooped up (she would have been in a room for 12 hours, doing no telling what). Was going to go home early anyway. Three hours later, I get a call. Naturally, at 4AM, I am thinking the worst. Looking at my cell, I had missed two other calls from him. called him back, and he is severely aggravated. Not yelling, nor was he cussing. I told him that he looked too cute too wake up and I didn't want to sleep in the bedroom by myself. He just said he would talk to me in the morning. then I have a >:-\ in a text. We are almost thirty, are we really getting this upset? I then send a text and said that there were some factors that led to my decision to go home. If you are still upset. I'm very sorry. Glasses are on the table.I get that it is not fun waking up and your person not be there, but I feel like the calling was a bit excessive.

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  • He's being overly sensitive here. I can see how it would be disappointing to wake up and not see your SO there. It's nice to wake up to someone.

    I would explain to him what you said here. You had an issue sleeping on the floor at his place (who wouldn't? Floors aren't the best place to sleep). And you had a dog that needed letting out.(This is very understandable as a dog can only hold their pee for so long, or stay cooped up in a house for so long before they get agitated and start getting into things).

    He should not have been so grumpy on the phone. It's not that big of a deal you left. Yes, I'm sure he is a bit disappointed he didn't wake up to you beside him, but hey, if he is that upset, invest in a bed, or at least an air mattress in the meantime, and maybe he could let you bring your dog?

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What Guys Said 3

  • What a baby...

    Throwing fits is how to make people go away. You'd think he'd have figured this out by now.

    You did nothing wrong, miss.

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  • He sounds like a bit of a Sensitive Sally, but I am too sometimes. He probably called because he was worried something happened to you - and when you missed the first 2 calls, the concern escalated. Just apologize, tell him you understand why he was upset, explain why you left, and then discuss with him how to make the sleepover situation better. You might be tempted to let a bitchy tone creep into your voice because after all, it IS ridiculous that you've had to sleep on the floor at his place. Just be careful with your words when you tell him you need to sleep on a bed.

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  • No, you didn't do anything detrimental at all.

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What Girls Said 1

  • I do understand why he called. It would've been better if you told him that you're not staying the whole night (as in: sleeping) before he fell asleep or when you were there. Then he knew and didn't wake up alone wondering where you were. Just talk about it calmly,explain to him why you didn't stay the night and maybe you could find a solution to the problem of staying over.

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