By shanannygians07 - 26/01/2014 06:46 - United States - Rialto
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For those of you who said ydi, shit I guess I did! I do have a car but I prefer to spend 3 dollars in gas a month rather that 150!! I work at a restaurant on the waterfront bartending all day so I was tired after a brutal day. When I said it was uphill, I meant uphill, not a gradual incline. It was steep! and very late at night when my EXboyfriend drove by. I certainly didnt look like I chose to walk a moped up a mountain! Thanks guys!
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I agree with 42. It's likely he believed she decided to push the scooter instead. Sure, he could've asked her, but I strongly believe that most of you out there would just think it and continue. Now if he knew, and intentionally continued in despite her pain, then that is unacceptable.
Maybe OPs boyfriend didn't realise it was her? Especially if he was a driver he wouldn't have that much time to take a very good look at her since he had to keep his eyes on the road . I don't know , it's a possibility . But if he knew it was her and he did that just to act "cool" in front of his friends then they need to talk and sort that out . Common sense dictates that partners should be loyal to one another . I always get deep about that shit . Just saying .
Dude , no need for that language . There are way worst things out there than OPs situation , not that I don't think the boyfriend is a douche and yeah , walking up the hill would have been uber exhausting , but still , the c* word is unnecessary . In England that is very offensive . You'd think that there are UK people on FML .