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to stop dating this guy because he says "wee wee"

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Milanoska Sun 01-Nov-15 12:09:51

I've been on about 7 dates with him now and every time we go out when he goes to toilet he says - I'm just going for a wee wee.


He's 32.

Fratelli Sun 01-Nov-15 12:11:50

Haha I'd probably just say "as if you call it a wee wee!" And make a joke out of it!

Oysterbabe Sun 01-Nov-15 12:13:26

Yanbu. Ltb.

iwasyoungonce Sun 01-Nov-15 12:13:32

I'm not sure if this is worse than saying "tinkle" (which my colleague says).

In any case: LTB.

Oysterbabe Sun 01-Nov-15 12:14:38

Actually I remember going on a date with someone who loudly announced he was going for a slash. There was only one date.

Gruntfuttock Sun 01-Nov-15 12:14:53

How cringe-making.

I'm also saying LTB.

Etak15 Sun 01-Nov-15 12:15:23

Ha ha! Maybe he normally says I'm going for a slash/piss but is trying to be polite grin

PrincessHairyMclary Sun 01-Nov-15 12:16:27

Before you LTB does he have young children and could it be force of habit --like when I cut up my friends dinner before giving it to them--blush

trapdooragain Sun 01-Nov-15 12:17:30

does he have children? my friends and i used to check we had "been" before we left the pub she also used to grab my hand before we crossed the road as her one child was a bolter!

feebeecat Sun 01-Nov-15 12:17:35

I usually find 'thank you for (over) sharing' kills that. Eventually.

Does he say he's going for a poo-poo too? If so just run for the hills.

Milanoska Sun 01-Nov-15 12:17:40

I guess its because I have a niece who is 4 and its always - have you been for a wee wee? Do you need to go for a wee wee?

I just want to scream at him - just say you're going to the toilet!

Dear god he'll probably tell me hes going for a poo poo next haha

Milanoska Sun 01-Nov-15 12:18:38

He doesn't have children.

CatWithKittens Sun 01-Nov-15 12:19:09

I'd be tempted to ask if he wanted me to bring a potty next time we go out.

InQuiteAPickle Sun 01-Nov-15 12:21:20

I hate it when anyone announces that they need a wee, wee-wee would set me over the edge! Why can people not just say "just nipping to the toilet/bathroom/loo"? I don't need to know that they're having a wee!

CatMilkMan Sun 01-Nov-15 12:28:59

DP says "tinkle" which is ironic because it sounds like a water canon when she pees.

Fluffy24 Sun 01-Nov-15 12:29:25

Deal breaker - LTB!

MadeMan Sun 01-Nov-15 12:52:46

Not unreasonable; baby talk is for babies only.

GwynethPaltrowIamNot Sun 01-Nov-15 12:55:43

grin CatMilkMan

CarlaJones Sun 01-Nov-15 12:57:12

Makes me cringe when adults announce they are going for a wee. Not heard wee wee, but that's worse.

MouldyPeach Sun 01-Nov-15 12:57:33

If a non-important peccadillo like this annoys you already it's probably best to stop seeing him before you uncover the important stuff.

BreconBeBuggered Sun 01-Nov-15 12:58:11

OK, he doesn't have children, but does he have a dog? I'm guilty of asking my dog if he wants a wee-wee. I don't think it has spread to being used in adult conversation, but the odd one might slip out accidentally, as it were.

InTheBox Sun 01-Nov-15 12:59:10

This reminds me of a married couple I once knew. Towards the end of their marriage it became ridiculous - he'd really pushed her over the edge and among the unreasonable behaviour my friend cited was that her STBXH used to:

- never use coasters
- hang his coat on the chair instead of on the coat hanger
- leave tea bags in the sink

The list was endless. We laugh about it now but these sorts of things eventually become murderous.

AtSea1979 Sun 01-Nov-15 12:59:24

I'd prefer that to piss/slash then again I don't like guys swearing on a date backs away slowly from MN

VulcanWoman Sun 01-Nov-15 12:59:37

That would make me laugh, is that the only thing you don't like about him?

patterkiller Sun 01-Nov-15 13:01:45

OK, he doesn't have children, but does he have a dog? I'm guilty of asking my dog if he wants a wee-wee in fairness you can't really ask them to pop to the bathroom.

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