^This. I do it to my boyfriend sometimes too and then I realize only after it pops out of my mouth that it might actually hurt his feelings and then I feel bad lol. So don't be harsh, if she only does it kidding around then I don't think she really means anything by it.
I don't want to hurt her. Every time I make fun of people, I say something really hurtful. Do you think she'll lose respect for me if I let her get away with it?
idk if she will. maybe, maybe not?
Would you lose respect for your boyfriend if... ?
I wouldn't loose respect, but I would want him to tease me back. If he'd tease me it'd let me know he was cool with it.
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Who cares? If she hurts your feelings then do it back. You're not her punching bag, she won't lose respect for you, she will just think you're being a jerk and that's when you say "you do it to me"!
Thing is, she doesn't hurt my feelings. Her lame jokes don't bother me... Do you think she'll lose respect for me if I DON'T DEFEND MYSELF/IF I IGNORE IT? If that's the case, I'll obviously show her who's boss. If she doesn't lose respect for me, I'll ignore it. So what do oyu think? Would you lose respect for your boyfriend if you could get away with making fun of him?
Would I lose respect for him if I could get away with making fun of him? I don't think I would, its just jokes honestly and if he doesn't say anything then I'll continue making fun of him.
Lol not mean in my opinion. Maybe she is mean/I am simply too insensitive. She once told her girl friends I discovered a new sport called marathon couching. She makes fun of me for being lazy and so on. When I play video games (I don't play often), she calls me professional gamer and smiles in a weird way. When I drive fast, she calls me race driver. Her jokes are really lame but I don't want to appear too serious and that's why I let her get away with it/just laugh about it.
Do you think it's mean teasing? Do you think she'll lose respect for me if I let her get away with it?
i think it's jsut teasing teasing. there's nothing bad behind it