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If guys always said how a girl looked in a dress, few of us would ever get laid. Sometimes omissions are a necessary part of relationship. Good comes with bad and you have to accept compromise. This all being said I kind of think it's a you deserve it because really no one wants to hear someone sing on skype all the time, especially if you're a bad singer.
I don't think you know what a lie of omission is. It's not a lie of omission when a man says a woman looks nice when she doesn't, that's more of a white lie. There is an aspect you're omitting but since you're making up the truth with a lie, it's no longer a lie of omission. If you said nothing at all, technically it could be considered a lie of omission. I agree with the second part though, it would be incredibly annoying for someone sing on skype.
No, I believe I know what a lie by omission is. I also have said my piece. White lie, lie by omission, pr any other type is all the same. It's just dumb to assume people don't "lie". Pick and choose your battles was my point. Ignorance plays no part in my comment. However the rest of your comment is appreciated and agreeable in my opinion:
#34, don't get me wrong, I completely agree with you. I didn't mean to come across saying that OP's boyfriend is totally in the clear, because after all, like you're saying, a relationship is about being truthful and open to each other. I just don't think that he's a complete douche bag like other comments are saying because I don't think that OP's boyfriend was intentionally try to hurt OP.
That was the premise of my argument. The only issue I was correcting was that you said maybe I don't understand something. No harm no foul. I was simply explaining I do. I promise not to lose sleep based on anything anyone says. I'm really hard to offend. I like debates and a little shit talking, but be warned of I feel I'm right I'll defend it. To each their own. :)
For what?! That would make you an enormous bitch! He doesnt want to listen he shouldnt have to listen! What if he asked her to not sing but she wouldnt listen? Would you want him to cuss her out? Nooo because then he'd be and emotionally abusive asshole who op needs to dump. Back on topic: I for one hate when people sing, so i'd mute her too.
Here come comments from people saying "leave him" and "he's not worth your time". Would you seriously break off a relationship because of something like this?