Does this sound suspicious to you?

Razadia

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I'm not talking about in a bad way either. Earlier today I was complaining to my boyfriend about me still not having a tattoo (shortly after talking to a close family friend about getting some touch ups done on my boyfriend's massive dragon tat on his back) and I said that I wished it was my turn to get one. I was supposed to get one for my birthday and my brother was going to pay for it, but it never happened. He told me it might be one day soon. I was confused as crap. A while ago I was complaining about not being able to find a celtic style ring on ebay that wasn't gold, didn't have diamonds on it, men's size, and wedding or engagement. I also complained about how my grandmother's wedding ring (given to me to remember her by and not worn on my ring finger) was turning my finger green. I'm really badly allergic to nickel an wearing the ring could go from just being green to causing bad sores. My boyfriend told me he might buy me a new one. I don't remember if I ever told him it was a wedding ring.

So, am I just jumping to conclusions here, or does it sound like what I think it sounds like?
 

magicpigeon

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You're guess is as good as mine on this one. I'm not too good on the opposite gender, sorry
 

pdsavage

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Now the best way to talk to a man is not by leaving hints,you have to tell em strait up.
Men and woman comunicate in two diffrent ways.
So go ask him what he ment by that...
 
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SarahFair

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Quote:Sounds like you complain too much, I wouldnt marry ya!!! LOL[just joshin ya] Good Morning all!!!





It sounds like hes just being nice
 

Gmsg01

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Complaining about a ring not worn on your wedding finger turning your finger green, I certainly wouldn't guess he was thinking engagement ring. Heck, sit down and talk about future plans, a wedding decision really shouldn't come as a surprise. Hopefully, by the time you decide to marry one another, you have had enough in depth, life evolving conversations that you are expecting it!

And go get that tat yourself if you want it.
 

groundpecker

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I would talk to him "straight-up" about the concerns you have.

BTW... men seldom like hearing nagging, complaining...ect. He may just have said that to shut you up.. no offense
 

darkmatter

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Quote:Okay, I'm of the opposite gender and here's my take on it. You want a tattoo-----go get one, I know what I like but it's you who is going to wear it the rest of your life, you chose. Finger turning green from your grandmother's wedding ring----that's not nickel, that's the copper in the alloy causing that color (either that or gangrene). The rest of your post was in the nature of complaining---as a man all I could hear was lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalal, unless you turned the lights down and started removing articles of clothing, I (and most men) wouldn't be paying any attention to you at all. As far as the jumping to conclusions here---there are no conclusions----you have to actually communicate back and forth which involves listening more then talking to reach conclusions.
 

pdsavage

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Quote:Okay, I'm of the opposite gender and here's my take on it. You want a tattoo-----go get one, I know what I like but it's you who is going to wear it the rest of your life, you chose. Finger turning green from your grandmother's wedding ring----that's not nickel, that's the copper in the alloy causing that color (either that or gangrene). The rest of your post was in the nature of complaining---as a man all I could hear was lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalal, unless you turned the lights down and started removing articles of clothing, I (and most men) wouldn't be paying any attention to you at all. As far as the jumping to conclusions here---there are no conclusions----you have to actually communicate back and forth which involves listening more then talking to reach conclusions.

Sounds bad saying men only pay attention to woman if they want "something" from them.....
Besides that doesn't allways work either...
 
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