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    Basically, it's me and my boyfriend's five months ''anniversary'' this Friday, so he asked me last week to keep Wednesday free because he wanted to take me out.

    The funny thing is, between then and a couple of days ago, he'd ''forgotten'' about asking me to keep it free and instead he's made plans with a couple of his ''girl'' mates. I did the honours of reminding him what he'd had told me. First he was all ''oh, I totally forgot, lalala.. There's so much going on, sorry what can I do to make up for it..''

    But after a day, and I was still unimpressed and still annoyed, he'd got annoyed because I was annoyed..

    Am I in the wrong? Should I be annoyed..? Argh!
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    If I was in your position i'd be annoyed too! But there's no point worrying about it...he's probably just being a typical boy. By apologising he probably just doesn't understand why you are still annoyed. Maybe say to make it up to you he can name another night to do something?...then leave it up to him and hopefully he'll choose something romantic to do which does make up for it I think. Aslong as he realises why you're annoyed then it's fine! Him being annoyed is probably just him feeling guilty...
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    i wouldn't be happy at all. you need to tell him you are annoyed because he didnt stick to what he said and theres that extra annoyance for him being out with 'girl' mates. dont take crap from him
 
 
 
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