By Justawoman - 04/06/2014 15:52 - Denmark - Aarhus
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Or being bored and then instantly trying to get into sex doesn't work for him? Videogames are much better at killing boredom because of not requiring too much of a mood to get into. How can you have sex without the right mood? And not everyone is a sex fiend, like you may believe. And #3, you've clearly never played the games, they're fantastic. :)
@#1 His priorities are fine. Contrary to popular belief, guys don't think about sex 24/7. Sometimes people are just not in the mood. OP's boyfriend probably didn't intend for OP to get dressed and come over just so he could turn her down... He just said he was bored! If he doesn't want to, he isn't obligated to pleasure OP whenever she wants. When a guy gets ready and a woman is not in the mood, that's perfectly acceptable and everyone should understand. But when the roles are reversed, it ends up on FML. Hahah. :)
Yeah, somebody is going to have to clue you in here. He's either gay or getting it somewhere else.
Delete the game from his computer then :p
I don't think turning down sex is the problem here. You're at your boyfriend's house, and he plays video games instead of spending any sort of time with you? He sounds like he doesn't care about your relationship very much.
You sound like an awesome girlfriend! He sounds like he might not be straight.
Seems like you have to play too! x (shit I'm so cryptic omfg)
"Diablo or sex? Diablo it is!" said the single man to his hand later that night....Bazinga!
Love your train of thought. Sadly, your boyfriend is oblivious to this. You may want to re-evaluate this relationship. Video games, should NOT take precedence over "quality" time with your significant other.
People need time to themselves sometimes. This was one instance - and there is nothing in the post to insinuate that it happens often. If you think that just because two people are dating that they should always be ready to spend time together and get intimate, you're far off base. That's a relationship bound for failure just as much as one where the two rarely see each other.