So, I said I love you to my girlfriend of four months for the first time today. And then she started acting really weird. She said "I love you too" and then started messing with me. It went something like this over text:
Her: "... but, I'm a homosexual. Oops, auto correct. I mean, I'm dating a girl. Oops, auto correction again. I mean, I'm laughing so hard right now. haha"
Me: "Are you sure there isn't something you want to tell me? ;) haha"
Her: "I'm pregnant."
Me: "Wait, are you serious?"
Her: "No, I'm kidding."
Me: "Oh. You scared me for a second there. haha."
Her: "Not kidding."
Me: "Sorry if I said it too early..."
Her: "I thought we broke up."
At this point, I called her, and she pretended she didn't know who was calling, told me to go to bed, and then hung up.
I'm really not sure what to make of this. It was really bizarre, she really has never acted like this before. Thoughts?
Most Helpful Girl
Probably got caught off guard and feels a bit vulnerable after saying it back. It's a big thing, especially that first time, and she is probably trying to act funny/weird as a defense mechanism. Trying to act "cool" and trying to play it off because she feels uncomfortable in the situation. I do the same sometimes if I feel like that. I try to make jokes when "on guard". Plus she probably feels a bit weird since you did it over text, probably felt a bit random and out of the blue.
Wouldn't be too worried since she said it back. If she didn't say it back and was acting that way, THEN I'd be worried. She'll go back to normal again soon. But make sure you say it face to face next time.0
Most Helpful Guy
Like most women she's not mature enough to have a serious relationship.0