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Who was to blame

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sandgrown Mon 12-Aug-19 09:36:57

Last night DP and I went to a comedy night with friends . Friends picked us job. We had a lovely evening. When we got home we realised neither of us had a doorkey and teenage DS had gone out !
DP went into meltdown even though in my eyes we were both at fault for not checking we had keys. Apparently there is no way it was his fault because
A I was the last to step out of the house and should have checked. There was no need to lock the door as DS was home and I didn't need car keys.
B DS should have rung us and checked we had keys before he went out . Our phones were on silent throughout the show and DS would expect two responsible adults to have a key !
C It could not be DP' s fault as he had been so busy cooking dinner and washing up he never thought to check . DP had cooked dinner for the first time in six weeks and I had washed all but one dish that was soaking .
Lovely friends , who studiously ignored DP' s rant, drove us to pick up DS (only 5 minutes away) and the situation was resolved. Who was to blame?

Shoxfordian Wed 14-Aug-19 07:59:45

He sounds like a dick.
He should apologise to you for how he acted

LizzieSiddal Wed 14-Aug-19 08:00:38

*He will often tell people how his ex wife left him and moved away with his boys but omits the fact he had an affair ( not with me).

He sounds a peach.hmm

Bluntness100 Wed 14-Aug-19 08:05:25

To be fair I'd expect the last out th door to check to be honest.

Past that he sounds like a bit of an attention seeking drama llama.

Chocmallows Wed 14-Aug-19 09:35:49

He sounds like my ex, a real selfish 'world revolves around' me twat.

He isn't going to change and you said is now blaming you in general?

What are the positives?

Musti Wed 14-Aug-19 10:04:42

Both to blame but no big deal and easily resolved. He sounds like an idiot.

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