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By  Jimboom  |  11

You must have jumped into this relationship too soon if you really didn't know he acted like that. Next time actually get to know the person before committing to such a big step. You 2 deserve each other.

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  un_nomable  |  6

KEDI!!!! cats and kids are the same. you feed them. give them water. clean up after them. brush them. when you get bored of them, send them :D move out or deal with it.

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  jgarcia32  |  0

if ur movin in with him maybe u should know that he actually has a kid. ur not the brightest crayon inthe box if ur movin in with someone u barely know. YDI

By  Jimboom  |  11

You must have jumped into this relationship too soon if you really didn't know he acted like that. Next time actually get to know the person before committing to such a big step. You 2 deserve each other.

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For real. You could be surprised by small things that didn't come up until living together ('You eat bacon and eggs every single day??' 'You use body wash as shampoo??') but to be surprised by his personality makes no sense. Have you known each other for, like, a week?

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  spartan_girl  |  0

spending a few nights together before making the commitment of moving in together is a good way to find out some of these things too...but I agree, if the OP means that her boyfriend acts like a 4 year-old, either he's a really good actor when they're out in public, or she just didn't notice when they were only spending a few hours together. I think some people rush into living together, and it doesn't usually end well. I'm not saying you should be married before you live together, but I think if you are moving in with someone that you potentially want to marry, you should make sure you're ready for whatever living together brings out in both of you, or things will probably end badly, and someone will have to find a new place to live.

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60: I don't think that's what's going on here. I'm pretty sure he's just acting like a kid. In re the previous replies: Yeah, definitely sounds like she could've picked up on this sooner. I took it more to mean he's a slob, doesn't eat well, doesn't pay his bills on time, etc., since those things are more easily hidden or missed than general immaturity. Still, she should've made a point to find out that stuff, just like you would with any (unassigned) roommate.

By  abalgatti  |  0

cats are the devil. get a fish, they are so more dependable and little or no attatchment involved. and maybe you should try a girlfriend on for size, go down that road see where it goes, in that case maybe three puddies could get along.

By  _RobotInDisguise  |  0

I'm confused - are you saying he acts like a kid? Or that he has a 4 year old son he never told you about? If the latter then FYL for having a boyfriend who is really good at lying about important stuff, but if it's just that he's immature then YDI for not realising what he was like beforehand.

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