Sport comes before nearly everything
I am not saying her niece’s birthday isn’t that important but seriously a game is just two hours and a birthday goes on all day. Can’t I just have my moment and catch up later? “Okay fine. Suit yourself, you can as well just chill out on coming if you have a match anyway,” is her response.
Making me choose what she wears
When I am asked to choose between two items of clothing, it does not mean there is anything wrong with the item not chosen. It’s just not as nice. But the moment I pick on one, she immediately wallows on how I think the other is not good. Really! Should I choose both of them then? I then have to explain how beautiful the other piece of cloth is for her to like it again.
Not being attentive enough
If there is a man on this planet that has not been accused of ‘not listening’ then he is either incredibly lucky or deaf. Talking to me during a match is an obvious no-no, but it also depends on the topic. Telling mewhat she would like to buy from the boutique and then asking a question afterwards will result in a mumbled guess for an answer.
Paying too much attention to her friends
I chat with a friend of hers who happens to be relatively attractive and I’m in the bad books. Sometimes it’s not my fault some of her friends are my type and quite interesting. For goodness sake I’m with you and not them. SOME TRUST PLEASE!
Being too honest
She asks me a question and being the good man that my parents taught me to be, I obviously give the closest answer to the truth. Five minutes later, I regret why I am blessed with a voice, because clearly silence is the best answer. If you tell the truth, you are the worst ever, and if you tell lies, you are a liar. What’s worse?
Looking at an attractive lady
This is just plain nature. Just like she stares at a gorgeous handbag in a boutique, I naturally have some things that make my eyes widen. I try to fight it but it is nature and you can’t fight nature!