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My soon-to-be-wife often gets angry at me for life sustaining activities. For example, last night I slept on the couch because apparently I was "breathing too loud" for her, and it was keeping her awake. Sometimes when I eat, despite the fact that my mouth is fully closed, I also make too much noise for her.

This drives me absolutely bonkers because it seems like she is basically just nagging for the sake of nagging. How am I supposed to breath quieter? Simply cease breathing altogether and die? Is my heart beating too loud for you too?

Women, feel free to join in griping about your men (or women, as it may be)
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Your emasculation offends your Strongbad avatar. I suggest its prompt removal before further damage/disrepect is done.
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Your emasculation offends your Strongbad avatar. I suggest its prompt removal before further damage/disrepect is done.
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And yes my wife does and I just sack up and handle it. There is no way around it. You are a sitting duck. Just understand that, know how to order flowers, know how to get quick restaurant reservations, and know to kiss your wifes behind like it has never before. You will be OK! We men ain't perfect either. It is all in compromising and sacrificing in the relationship.
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And yes my wife does and I just sack up and handle it. There is no way around it. You are a sitting duck. Just understand that, know how to order flowers, know how to get quick restaurant reservations, and know to kiss your wifes behind like it has never before. You will be OK! We men ain't perfect either. It is all in compromising and sacrificing in the relationship.
as a woman I have nothing more to say . . . . .







. . . . . for now!
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My soon-to-be-wife often gets angry at me for life sustaining activities. For example, last night I slept on the couch because apparently I was "breathing too loud" for her, and it was keeping her awake. Sometimes when I eat, despite the fact that my mouth is fully closed, I also make too much noise for her.

This drives me absolutely bonkers because it seems like she is basically just nagging for the sake of nagging. How am I supposed to breath quieter? Simply cease breathing altogether and die? Is my heart beating too loud for you too?

Women, feel free to join in griping about your men (or women, as it may be)
I'm on my 3rd wife. 28 years of mariage, just not contiguous. If you're bugging her now (and these complaints are extremely petty) I really hate to think where you will be in 7 years.

Seriously - as my uncle used to say "There ain't nuthin worse than a bitchin woman". My friend, these are serious warning and to me there are red flags all over the place. I'd bail now. Trust me, You ain't seen nuthin yet.
post #6 of 91
well, whatever you think she's mad at you for.. It's something else. That's a given
post #7 of 91
This thread has me and my wife ROFL. Seriously, enjoy her every second of your life, make her the sun that brightens up your day, and let her put the smile in your smile. Everything else is easy.
post #8 of 91
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This was meant more as a joke than a serious gripe. I don't really care if she gets mad at me because I'm making too much noise breathing- it's kind of annoying, but it is also kind of funny - I mean, I'm breathing!
post #9 of 91
Hehehe, I hear you. It seems you have to push back a bit. Nagging is okay and part of any relationship but if it turns into petty things like breathing (or snoring) and big consquences like sleeping on the couch it's time to have a good chat. Even my ex wife never made me sleep on the couch.
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This drives me absolutely bonkers because it seems like she is basically just nagging for the sake of nagging. How am I supposed to breath quieter? Simply cease breathing altogether and die? Is my heart beating too loud for you too?
post #11 of 91
use this to solve the issues you are guilty of
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Hehehe, I hear you. It seems you have to push back a bit. Nagging is okay and part of any relationship but if it turns into petty things like breathing (or snoring) and big consquences like sleeping on the couch it's time to have a good chat. Even my ex wife never made me sleep on the couch.
Oh, I chose to sleep on the couch - she didn't make me. She would never make me (she's said that herself). I just didn't feel like arguing or keeping her awake with my breathing. I didn't intentionally misrepresent that.
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Men, do your women get angry at you for random things?
You are not alone.
From time to time my main spouse can't stand someone else breathing, chewing or swallowing even if it's as quiet as possible.Also does she get serious PMS attacks every months.Lasts for up to 4 days.
I've tried everything to deal with it but in the end all that helps is leaving the house and having some fun with another woman.
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This was meant more as a joke than a serious gripe. I don't really care if she gets mad at me because I'm making too much noise breathing- it's kind of annoying, but it is also kind of funny - I mean, I'm breathing!
You has us scared for a minute. I just got married about a month ago. My wife thought I wrote this thread for a second. That is why we were ROFL......
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