By Anonymous - United States
Today, my grown up, unemployed boyfriend stole 70 dollars from my wallet and tried to hide it in two different places in case he needed to ditch me and go out by himself. He got angry when I confronted him and stormed out. He feels perfectly entitled. I work, pay rent and buy food. FML
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  Ms_ValS  |  27

I was being sarcastic. How many FMLs have we read of women who choose to reproduce with these man childs then complain how they are terrible husbands and fathers.

You can still cut him loose OP.

  tantanpanda  |  26

Yea, I think this is one of the times where "break up with him" is the best solution. Talking it out with the boyfriend won't help at all because you're trying to change his entitled attitude. Cut your losses and get out of there.

  leogachi  |  15

Why would anyone try to work it out with someone who stole from them?

  rldostie  |  19

Happy with someone who stole from you? He has no respect for her as a person, for her work, and clearly has no issue lying to her and using her. None of these are qualities you want in a mate. OP, run. Run far far away.

  elusiveshame  |  22

@102 - exactly! I just went through something similar as the OP and just gave her the boot. No matter how much you try to work things out or help them out, they won't ever respect you or contribute. OP is better off without him

By  jewstooge  |  13

to tell the truth he doesn't sound like a real man a real man take pride in providing for those he loves if he doesn't drop him he's still a boy and boys got no right to be in a man's world

  noonenoeone  |  22

That and his profile shows him to be a very weird dude with little understanding of how to communicate properly.

Personally, my girlfriend is the breadwinner and couldn't be happier with our relationship. Just because society said the man has to be the provider doesn't mean that you can't have a successful union where the woman is the provider. The time I don't spend working I use to make her life easier...I can wake up everyday and focus my full attention on her and how to improve our lives. I'm also a successful professional internet marketer/gambler, but her executive position in a Fortune 250 corporation brings in more than enough and were happier than any couple I've ever met.

  TimidRobot  |  8

#71 props to you, but I wouldn't feel fulfilled as a man staying home while my partner works hard. I would feel the same if I were a woman though. I like to provide for my loved ones, aren't you afraid she will leave you for a working man/colleague? As their lives are way more similar and they can relate to eachother better.

By  qdawg06  |  23

This doesn't sound like a relationship, it sounds like parenting an ungrateful teenager...