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Has anyone else ever wondered how a woman would respond to being locked out of the bedroom because a guy got mad at her for something? I'm imagining the barrage of insults he would get.

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35# I've heard of multiple people who've had homosexual parents and in their account it was living hell

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Why? It seems like she's the one being irrational and childish. If I had locked my partner out (which I wouldn't, because that's just petty), then I certainly wouldn't expect him to come and beg me for forgiveness. Relationships are about mutual respect.

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No 'we' don't. Don't group us all together because the OP's girlfriend flipped out. Most of us have perfectly fine logic.

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Speak for yourself #5, when I have an argument with my boyfriend, we either hang up the phone or send the other person for a run to clear our heads so we can rationally discuss things like adults. Logic.

Has anyone else ever wondered how a woman would respond to being locked out of the bedroom because a guy got mad at her for something? I'm imagining the barrage of insults he would get.

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It is always the guy sleeping on the couch isn't it? I don't think I have ever heard a story where the girl gets kicked out of the room. I would like to see it switched around for once..just to see how the girl would react. I'd imagine it would be quite funny.

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I've slept on the couch after arguments. Although being my choice to do so. I find it easier to calm down in a wider space than being confined to the bedroom, plus tv's in there haha.

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I used to sleep on the couch after arguing with my ex... Less drama. It'd cause more fuss if I said I was having the bed/give him something else to argue about.

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I've also slept on the couch before; not because I was locked out of my own bedroom. (I would never be with someone that childish to do such a thing). But will say, I did it only because I hated to watch how-- easy it was for him to turnover and fall asleep at the drop of a hat while I tossed and turned and couldn't sleep because I was far too upset! :P

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I did because he had a bad back. We were mad at each other, but I wasn't mad enough to make his back problems worse. Fortunately it didn't happen that often.

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I'll tell the truth. Bitches are crazy and I feel sorry for any bloke that is silly enough to lock one out lol.

A gentle reminder that she was the one who locked you out may help. if not, she may not be ideal for a long term relationship...

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I would think she'd have realized that when she had to unlock it to get out of the room. OP, she's either really stupid or just looking for another reason to fight. Maybe she wanted you to sleep propped against the door, pining for her. Stupidity, anger issues, or overdramatic...get out now. Run, man, run!

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