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    Okay so this is the situation... I see my boyfriend properly once a week, on his day off. Am I okay in saying I want to know a time when I'm going to see him or is he right in saying he'll just see me that day? I understand like it's his day off and stuff, I just feel like I'm left hanging and don't dare ask him because he gets a bit angry :/
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    If you know you're gonna see him on that day then why do you need a specific time, im confused
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    Are you the last people on Earth without mobile phones? Tell him to text you when he's on his way and when he'll arrive, or to tell you the day beforehand if he isn't going to see you at all. If he gets angry about that, get a different boyfriend.
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    (Original post by Lexi99)
    If you know you're gonna see him on that day then why do you need a specific time, im confused

    She means that she'll ask him what time to come over say the day before. So "oh do you want me to come at 11, 1, 2 etc?", she'd rather he told her a specific time to come over where as he just casually says he'll just see her on that day, and maybe gets angry if she starts arranging specific times.

    But yeah it's a rather small issue. But personally we'll arrange a time like "oh come over at 12" since logically you need to know when a good time to arrive is.
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    you're right, but thats just how boys are.

    wont commit on timing, then wont commit to love, then wont commit to marriage. what is a girl supposed to dooooo
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    To be fair I think she has a point, it's not like you want to set aside the whole day when in fact you may only be seeing him in the evening or just for a bit during the day. It would be good to know the time so that you can plan your day and get stuff done.
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    Yea i think thats fair really, when you speak to him just ask what time he'll be over or when you should meet, but obviously dont get whiny if he's got plans as it is his only day off and he needs time to himself as well.

    I can understand why you would seem like you were being petty or pushy though as i know how it feels to always be asking, 'so when are you coming over?'
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    Mountain out of a molehill....
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    Calm down... at least you get to see him! Why does the exact specific time make a difference? You're not left hanging, he's still going to see you!
 
 
 
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