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Dp really is an utter twat. Discuss.

(102 Posts)
midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 21:38:03

Dp has just had a go at my this evening for an incident that happened this morning where HE jumped on the bonnet of MY car as I was rolling down the drive to go somewhere. I had the kids in with me who saw all this. I got to the bottom of the drive and stopped and motioned for him to get off, which he did and I carried on driving.

Tonight he started a viscous argument where he had the audacity to blame me for going too fast while he was on my bonnet. WHY THE ACTUAL FUCK get on the bonnet of a moving car in the first place - freaking out a mother of 2 small kids, and being a terrible role model in terms of safe behaviour?????

JennyOnAPlate Sat 11-Feb-17 21:39:47

No discussion needed; he's an utter twat.

midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 21:41:40

Just need confirmation as he's trying to make me feel bad about the incident. The psychologist in me would say he was trying to block / delay us leaving as I told him I was in a rush to leave to meet a friend and was already a little late.

Ouisophie Sat 11-Feb-17 21:52:15

The psychologist in me would say that he's an unstable individual with no respect for you or the children

Foxysoxy01 Sat 11-Feb-17 21:53:26

I would say he probably needs some sort of psychological help tbh!

Who thinks it's a good idea to jump on a moving bonnet of a car confused

kittybiscuits Sat 11-Feb-17 21:54:38

A person with shit for brains?

Badcat666 Sat 11-Feb-17 21:55:34

Did he think he was in an 80's action movie? There was lots of "jumping onto bonnets" back then.

He is not a twat. He is a twunt.

PidgeyfinderGeneral Sat 11-Feb-17 21:56:58

VERDICT: Twat.

seven201 Sat 11-Feb-17 22:00:13

Why the hell did he get on the bonnet? I am picturing him as Bruce Willis btw

midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 22:01:51

Hah 80s movie sums it up. Grrrrrrrrr. I'm annoyed that he is blaming me. He has stormed off to bed in a huff after saying I could have killed HIM? WTAF? angry

FatOldBag Sat 11-Feb-17 22:02:52

Why did he get onto the bonnet? And why did you not immediately stop when someone mounted your bonnet?

Huskylover1 Sat 11-Feb-17 22:04:21

Why? Just why???????????????????

memyselfandaye Sat 11-Feb-17 22:04:46

The twat in me would have put my foot down then slammed the brakes on.

midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 22:05:52

I felt like he was controlling me / making me stop - I did stop at the bottom of the drive.

midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 22:06:58

memyselfandI it was soooo soooo unbelievably tempting.

Creatureofthenight Sat 11-Feb-17 22:07:23

What the fucking hell was he doing jumping on the bonnet? Is he usually given to these displays of histrionics?

AyeAmarok Sat 11-Feb-17 22:09:09

Twat or not (he is),

I think maybe this relationship is long past its sell-by date.

midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 22:09:09

creatureofthenight: yes.

HappyJanuary Sat 11-Feb-17 22:09:31

Why was he jumping on the bonnet? Ill advised joke, sobbing attempt to stop you leaving, furious anger, what?

Sherlock35 Sat 11-Feb-17 22:10:53

This is just fucking nuts. Is he on glue?

midlifehope Sat 11-Feb-17 22:11:17

he would claim it's just a joke.... I believe there's more to it.

stubbornstains Sat 11-Feb-17 22:14:28

Has he been to see Trainspotting 2 recently? Was he being chased by a diminutive Scottish psychopath with a knife, by any chance? grin

DeterminedToChange Sat 11-Feb-17 22:16:24

He's a complete and utter nutcase.

cdtaylornats Sat 11-Feb-17 22:25:08

Did he jump on the bonnet to avoid being run over?

HappyJanuary Sat 11-Feb-17 22:27:29

I guess I can imagine it being done as a joke as the car is virtually stationary on the driveway then being a bit horrified that the driver is not stopping and is in fact accelerating. Why didn't you stop?

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