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to think my dp is really selfish?

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Inneedofadvice553 Sat 14-Nov-15 22:55:23

I've been with my partner three years.

I have a weekend off. My ds is with his dad. my dp and I are saving for holiday in south America with my ds.

My dp has been on candy crush all day since 8am this morning. I've cooked a very nice meal for my dp and yet still its all been about candy crush. my do says they are " chiliing" yet I feel so rejected and taken for granted and want to say something but don't want an argument/

. I understand this is the weekend but am I being unreasonable?

(for info we havn't seen each other since Monday and this is my weekend off!!)

Mysteryfla Sat 14-Nov-15 22:59:51

Speak up and tell them to get if the "f"ing game.

GilbertBlytheWouldGetIt Sat 14-Nov-15 23:00:14

Your dp sounds a barrel of laughs. 15 hours on the same game?! Are you sure that's what they're doing?

BlueBlueSea Sat 14-Nov-15 23:02:07

YANBU

He sounds very immature if he would rather spend hours on a silly game than talk to you, and to ignore you over a meal is awful.

Explain how you feel. Suggest going for a walk tomorrow so he will have to chat to you and spend time together.

Inneedofadvice553 Sat 14-Nov-15 23:03:00

yes apart from when I think candy crush gives "breaks" in the game and my dp smokes, goes to the loo, etc.... you get the picture!

AnchorDownDeepBreath Sat 14-Nov-15 23:03:41

I'd have gone out if he wasn't interested in doing something together, and not wasted a day off. He sounds like a knob.

iloveruby Sat 14-Nov-15 23:13:16

I play candy crush and yes, sometimes it can be a bit addictive but playing it for 14 hours seems rather odd....but regardless of candycrush you need to prioritise yourself and not wait around for someone else to grace you with their time. You deserve more and you should ask for more and anyone who considers that reasonable request as starting an argument doesn't deserve you or your time.

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