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Let me walk you to the door..
I'd be like "I'm submitting a formal resignation and seeking other opportunities in the near future. Thank you for your time with me"
I'd probably say something along the lines of 'Well I hope I'm not made redundant in this economic downturn' or 'Yes, and I'm the boss so shut up or i'll fire you' ... I guess how the question was delivered will effect how snarky or good humored my reply is.
Where's my pay-check, bitch? :D
I think its in the heat of the moment, let it blow over and you'll probably be good as new.
I would laugh my ass off. Lol. I am laughing even now. I am assuming your girl didn't phrase this exactly the way she wanted to. Or you have taken the sentence out of context. lol. very funny though. :D :D :D
break up. right there, right now. I am not somebody's property and will DEFINITELY not have anyone walk over me.
I have no idea what that mean, i'd probably ask them what do you mean it is my job?
What does that even mean? What is this "job" you speak of?
I don't like the word "job."
What does he mean by that? I would ask for clarifications.
Uhhhh... are you paying me? And leave depending on the context
Why would he say that? like he wants me to do something for him or what?
Um I would need more about the convo. What did they say before they said that?
I guess he would say that as a joke and I'd take it as such
I would be a little confused in the context in which he was asking. The way the question is posed looks as if it could be a command or just a straight up statement. If that were the case then I would find it to be disrespectful, since I am no ones property and I would definitely feel that my partner would not be my property either. If it was meant as someone saying that it is your responsibility to stand by my side said in a, say heated discussion I would be curious to know what I did to make my partner feel as if I was not being supportive to their needs. Either way the statement in itself seems to be very charged and a poor choice of words.
I'd tell them I quit!
Relationship is not a job... if someone thinks that way I will say let's end it...
Afterward I'd say "oh now it is your job to be my ex boyfriend " ha would not end well for him
i would not like that.
That seems a little rude like are you telling me it's my purpose in life to be your girlfriend? No sir.
and it's your job to make sure I enjoy the hell out it... or else!
I'd feel like I'd have to make them my priority
I'd ask him to define the word " job". I would also explain my definition of job to him... that my job is what i do for a living, not because i want to do it or because i like it.. but because i have no choice. I will leave my job when i find something better. Then i would ask... do you still want me to view you as my job?
being a girlfriend or boyfriend isn't a job
i would ask him clearly what he meant because loving someone isn't a job or what. it does require some responsibilities in long term relationship but it isn't a "job" in any way
Guess I've got that more than once lol. I give it time and lots of rope with verbal (not yelling kinds ever) caution notices but guess we humans are hardwired to take only a shout or yell and theatrics seriously, hence it always goes to deaf ears and then the inevitable happens; I walk out one fine day :D (not a laughing matter though, whoever breaks up it isn't an easy thing on both parties)
"My job? I am with u bcz i like it or at least used to." (But i wouldn't add the "or at least used to" part if it wasn't an argument. And i will also say that i am free to do whatever i want. I am not forced to be your boyfriend.
"Job? In that case it might be time for wage negotiation and benefits packages".
I know this sounds weird, but it would actually sound cute to me. Be like: She's actually asking for my attention and company.
i would tell her that as long as she isn't paying me monthly salary, it's not my 'job' to be anything.
I think I don't need that job. No one need a job like that. Plus that sounds ridiculous.
I'd leave them, it's not my job to be anyones significant other if i don't want to be
I depends on context what does that even mean? Otherwise I l just have to show her again who is boss
Then I demand a raise.
Is there a paycheck and is it negotiable?
So it's a job now huh?
I would need to know the context of the statement.
"It's your job to suck my dîçk"
I'd say the only job round here blows, now get to it.
Its really hard to understand what they are meaning without having any context here... they could mean really well by this or it could just be badly worded or it could be disrespectful and rude. How did this happen?
''And I'm the boss''
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