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"He was trying to look at my willy"

(19 Posts)
BrownPaperBag Sat 02-Aug-08 16:29:54

We went on a night out last night with my sister and her new boyfriend. Towards the end of the night her boyfriend and DP was a bit drunk.

Her boyfriend went into the toilets in the last pub and DP went in after him and all of a sudden her boyfriend emmerged shouting "he tried to look at my willy everyone!" hmm DP told him to "shut the f*ck up" shock me and my sister tried to make a joke out of it but my DP was fuming and refused to let it drop and when we got outside it almost turned into a fight. DP said he didn't want people thinking he was a "faggit" and her boyfriend said "you shouldn't have looked then" etc etc...

This morning I recieved a text from sister who said my DP was out of order for taking it so seriously and getting violent. I can see both sides, if it was a genuine joke (and it didn't seem like one at the time) then I can see DP could have reacted better but on the other hand, wouldn't most blokes be pissed off being accussed of looking at other men?

KerryMum Sat 02-Aug-08 16:32:17

He had completely the wrong approach to the situation. When accussed of trying to look at his willy your dp should have replied...

"I tried but I couldn't find it"

BrownPaperBag Sat 02-Aug-08 16:33:15

That's what I said he should have said afterwards! it didn't go down well lol

ObsidianBlackbirdMcNight Sat 02-Aug-08 16:34:13

her BF was an immature twat but your DH reacted like a homophobic div.
Neither of them come off very well. I wouldn't be pissed off with your sister as your DH was as stupid as hers, but tell her you think her DH was a twat if it will make you feel better.

Rhubarbstalkingarsehole Sat 02-Aug-08 16:35:07

What's he got against being called a "faggit" then? Methinks perhaps he doth protest too much?

RuffleTheAnimal Sat 02-Aug-08 16:36:57

agree with kat. they both sound like bellends to me smile

RuffleTheAnimal Sat 02-Aug-08 16:37:38

<snurk> yeah rhubarb, i thought that too grin

BrownPaperBag Sat 02-Aug-08 16:39:35

Thats what her boyfriend said "you seem very worked up, bit of truth in there?" etc etc.

I agree they both acted stupidly but sister seems pissed off with me hmm

EyeballsintheSky Sat 02-Aug-08 16:40:22

IME men are a bit funny about the whole toilet thing - eyes straight ahead and all that. I don't think your DH is homophobic by being pissed off, I'd say most men would be. Sounds like a very crap way to try to get a laugh if you ask me. Your DH probably didn't handle it very well but I'm not surprised and don't blame him.

EyeballsintheSky Sat 02-Aug-08 16:40:54

Sorry, DP

RuffleTheAnimal Sat 02-Aug-08 16:44:33

whys she pissed off with you? what were you supposed to do?

Shitehawk Sat 02-Aug-08 16:52:03

How old are they?

They sound like a pair of teenage boys.

LIZS Sat 02-Aug-08 16:55:15

and they are how old ? hmm

girlnextdoor Sat 02-Aug-08 17:02:26

I wouldn't be with men/boys- DPs or not- who got drunk in public. Full stop.

teenagers, eh?

tissy Sat 02-Aug-08 17:22:41

I've never herd a grown man refer to it as a willy, except to a child!

tissy Sat 02-Aug-08 17:23:12

blush

heard , obviously!

seeker Sat 02-Aug-08 17:24:18

As bad as each other. You and your sister should ditch the pair of them and find a couple of grown-ups to go out with.

kormachameleon Sat 02-Aug-08 17:25:28

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

HumphreyPillow Sat 02-Aug-08 17:26:34

it sounds like they'd make a lovely couple.

"wouldn't spoil another pair", as my dear old nan would say.

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