By lesson.learned - / Monday 21 January 2013 21:39 / United Kingdom - Littlehampton
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  redmane  |  21

That's true. In my opinion, he should try to be considerate of her interests (and visa versa) even if he didn't exactly want to see the movie. It's only a couple of hours of his time. Relationships should be a 50/50 effort. Of course, I don't know the other half of their relationship.

  ropeandneck  |  7

yeah but peoples in a relationship tend to have a lot in common. interests, at least. it makes happy relationships. "you know kids, love is like a fart. if you have to force it too much, it's probably just crap."

  Pleonasm  |  31

But it is like with shopping: You NEVER take a man unwillingly to a musical. Chances are he finds it unbearably banal and tedious, and you will not hear the end of it.
Trust me, it's better.

  Pleonasm  |  31

I never doubted that men do like it, I am just saying that if he is unwilling to go, it is better not to bring him because he'll just moan about the sing song or whatnot.

  TheChiver  |  7

No you aren't. I laughed pretty hard. Kinda because the sound was so unnecessary, but it the jump 100x better. Too bad I was the only one in the theater who found it funny.

  SillyGirl4602  |  23

I know a lot of men who liked both the movie and the show. My boyfriend refused to see it so I had to find a girlfriend to go with. Op probably should have done the same.

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