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Decisions decisions. You must follow up OP, we are on the edge of our seats.
It might sound bad but I would stay with someone as long as they bought me stuff.
If the person they are with doesn't mind superficial and shallow there is really no harm done. I imagine people that buy unusually high numbers of gifts or expensive things for a partner all the time knows it's not just their sparkling personality that keeps them in a relationship.
Well...be like my cousin say "I lost my ticket" and just hide it somewhere else like a friends or a in a pillow and then shove that pillow in a pillow case
Long term peace of mind vs short pleasure ... BOTH Take the tickets, hide them , then break up a week later. He will call you names ... but yeah.
She wouldn't be "stealing" his tickets, as he bought them as a gift. You can't place conditions on the use of a gift once you've given it. Sure, refusing the tickets is probably the more noble thing to do, but that's entirely up to OP and her feelings. I also kind of disagree about OP's boyfriend not being some sort of scumbag who deserves punishment. While we don't know for sure, I recognize some of my own ex's desperately manipulative relationship-saving measures in OP's boyfriend, and I know I'd think of the tickets as a small repayment for the misery he'd put me through.
I just can't help but think that there's no possible way he could be that oblivious to what's going on. Most people who are unhappy in their relationships find some way of letting it show, and if OP has been this unhappy for as long a time as her post indicates, her boyfriend would have to be mind-blowingly stupid not to have noticed. And since he hasn't cared enough about her happiness to cut her loose already, it makes sense that he'd try playing the big, stupid, romantic gesture card as a way to try and win back her love. This reeks of calculation to me.
y'all are seriously stretching some things. if a person you are involved with buys a pair of something like tickets you can safely assume he intended to go. Also buying someone a gift is not manipulative. I buy gifts for my bf all the time. You can put conditions on a gift. Like if I buy tickets and my bf breaks up with me looks like I'm going with someone else. The tickets IMO are not being given to OP but are a SHARED experience. if OP chooses to back out of the relationship then her BF has full rights to go without her and keep the extra ticket. Now if they were a bday present and he said take whoever you want then they would be hers.
Op's boyfriend might be an oblivious person. It's ridiculous to say everyone knows when their SO is unhappy or wanting to break up because it's far from the truth. A LOT of people have no idea. And the fact is he just bought tickets. That's all he did, but you are labeling him like your ex. I'm sorry that happened to you, but, as the person before me said, that's /really/ stretching it.
It's times like these that you show your true qualities dude. You can either act with bravery and integrity or decide to string him along for the sake of going to this concert. If you do the latter you might find it a bit more difficult to call yourself a decent person.
So basically what you're saying is that you're considering to use him for at least another month cause of the tickets to your fav. band? Yea, that sounds right. YDI.
Let's be honest, it's not about him doing something nice for her, it's about her getting free tickets to the band, but having to stay in the relationship for a month.. There would be no FML if the tickets for the next day or next week, she would have gone and broken up with him right after.