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To tell my "boyfriend"; to fuck off home?

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ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 12:55:47

He's been here over a week. I don't like it. I need my space.

He shits 4 times a day (yes!) leaves the toilet seat up, uses my milk and tea bags, "Borrows" my fags, lounges across my sofa stays up all night watching music channels and sleeps in til now! Eats all my food and farts all the time. hmm

I wouldn't mind but he doesn't work so never replaces anything! His fucking iPad is constantly on charge and he leaves all the lights and TVs on too!

I want him to leave but I don't know how to say it. I'm such a bitch on here I no but not like that in real life!

(P.s he's the father of my child too)

I don't know if this is light hearted or not confused

So Am I BU to ask him politely to fuck off please?

GemmaPomPom Sun 06-Apr-14 12:57:22

Show him your post. He might not realise how objectionable his behaviour is.

cannykeepaway Sun 06-Apr-14 12:57:38

Mmmmmm tell him to fuck off and send him over to me!

Seriously, I get that he is the DF of your DC, but what is his attraction otherwise?

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 12:59:11

Nothing really hmm

HarderThanYouThink Sun 06-Apr-14 12:59:43

Erm tell him you need some space? I don't really know if there is a polite way of telling somebody to piss off tbh

ilovesooty Sun 06-Apr-14 13:00:20

Why do you have to be polite? Tell him to fuck off - permanently.

I take it he must have some redeeming features - or did have at one time?

rabbitlady Sun 06-Apr-14 13:00:33

then tell him to leave.

GemmaPomPom Sun 06-Apr-14 13:01:18

Why do you want him, cannykeepaway?

Goblinchild Sun 06-Apr-14 13:01:19

Has he always been like this? confused
I wouldn't put up with any of that from my adult children without protest, and changing the situation. So yes, tell him to go, but make sure he knows exactly why.

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 13:01:23

He thinks I'm having a go if I ask him to put the toilet seat down! I'm going to have to fake a friend coming over!

FutTheShuckUp Sun 06-Apr-14 13:02:08

Do either of you work?

cannykeepaway Sun 06-Apr-14 13:02:18

I was being (not very) funny Gemma grin

dreamingbohemian Sun 06-Apr-14 13:02:37

Ummm..... why are you even with him?

He's the father of your child, but you don't live together and it doesn't even sound like you like him very much. Why bother?

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 13:03:43

He's ok sometimes but very good at playing the woe is me card everyone feel sorry for me!

I made him clean up after himself before he went to bed last night he looked at me like I said the baby isn't his! He sulks too.

Why am I with him?!

Cobain Sun 06-Apr-14 13:03:51

I do not allow anyone to treat me like that, he maybe DC father but he still needs to be a role model as so do you.

HowContraryMary Sun 06-Apr-14 13:05:03

He has no redeeming features, doesn't work, treats the house like a pig sty, doesn't pay his way - are you one of those women who can't be without a bloke?

Tell the cocklodger to bugger off back to his own flat. Or wherever he lives.

FunkyBoldRibena Sun 06-Apr-14 13:05:13

'These are the rules of the house.
[list the rules]
You are welcome to leave if you don't like any of them.'

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 13:06:47

I'm on maternity and doing a Law degree at the moment. He lost his job last year when I was pregnant. I left him and only been back together about a month!

I'm starting to remember why I left I the first place. Sometimes I like him just in small doses. I think that's more to do with me though I'm used to my space I don't like being around people to much I'm a lone wolf if you like grin

MamaPain Sun 06-Apr-14 13:07:43

I don't understand, surely if you don't bullock him, and instead invent a fake friend he won't recognise you find this behaviour unacceptable and will continue to do so. He'd sort of be right in carrying on, selfish and rude but right, as he isn't aware you have a problem with it.

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 13:08:07

I will try that Ribena!

No really not one of those women lol I'd rather be by myself!

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 13:10:19

I've said stuff before he's get emosh and thinks I'm just having a go.

I'm such a fool. I will kick his butt but I'm rather annoyed at the moment and don't want to argue in front of the baby.

TaliZorahVasNormandy Sun 06-Apr-14 13:10:49

Sounds like a cocklodger, using your resources instead shelling out for himself, i guess he buys nothing for baby either.

Goblinchild Sun 06-Apr-14 13:12:48

Does he have his own place, or does he live with his parents?
You do seem to have low standards in what you want, can you think of half a dozen reasons that make him a great partner?
Or even three?

Goblinchild Sun 06-Apr-14 13:13:18

So, you have two children.

ItsBritneyBitch Sun 06-Apr-14 13:13:53

That's exactly how I feel Tali! No he dosent he gets his mum to buy milk and nappies! He thinks I don't know but he leaves the receipts in the bags and it has her credit card as payment!

Cocklodger! Lover that haha

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