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My boyfriend is really gentlemanly. He'll open the door for girls, carry their shopping, make sure theyre ok blahh etc.

So we're all moving back into halls, and he's been asking all his girl-friends (who live in the same building or AREA even) if he wants them to carry their bags into halls in case they're really heavy.

he asked me too obviously

but im abit pissed that he's asking other girls too.

if any of his girl-friends say that they're going food shopping to tescos, he always asks if they want help carrying bags.

can i tell him to stop being this way?
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You want your boyfriend to stop being so nice? What.

He sounds lovely and I think it's refreshing to see a guy with good manners like that. Sounds like you have a jealousy problem...
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Maybe if hes doing it excessively to the point at which it is detrimental to his work, his time with you or anything in his life, but if it takes little effort on his behalf i think its a bit cold to ask him to stop it if you're getting jelly.
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my word, what a control freak you are...to even consider this shows you have a serious problem.:stupid:
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o NO, CHIVALRY. KILL IT, KILL IT NOW.
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He's carrying their bags, not having sex with them.

Leave him be! He sounds lovely.
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You want him to stop being nice?

Really, if this is bothering you, then you need to take a step back and look at the situation. He sounds lovely.
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I have a friend a bit like that - he's lovely. His girlfriend thinks so too. If this really is the only issue, then you should stop being so jealous
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(Original post by bananaslug77)
You want your boyfriend to stop being so nice? What.

He sounds lovely and I think it's refreshing to see a guy with good manners like that. Sounds like you have a jealousy problem...
Very much this.

There aren't enough people with good manners and who are willing to be helpful without being asked. So stop being jealous and just be proud that you managed to bag a gentleman rather than a selfish sod :yep:
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(Original post by TomInce6666)
Maybe if hes doing it excessively to the point at which it is detrimental to his work, his time with you or anything in his life, but if it takes little effort on his behalf i think its a bit cold to ask him to stop it if you're getting jelly.
lol. "getting jelly" never heard this before...
makes it sound like shes getting fat. haha
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What an utterly ridiculous concern to have about your boyfriend.
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What? You sound like you have a good one there, do you know how few gents there are around nowadays?

He just sounds as though he's been bought up to respect women and with good manners, and it's part of his personality, so if you love hime surely you wouldn't want him to change?
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i just called him and he called me "mad'...
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I understand your concerns, I often ask pensioners if they want help opening their garden gate as a euphemism for putting my peen inside them. Maybe by 'carrying their bags' he means 'come up to my room and I will fondle your tits'.
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Seriously some girls are just ridiculous. You just don't know what you want.
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i just called him and he called me "mad'...
You are mad, you clearly don't deserve such a lovely boyfriend if you interpret every nice gesture as a threat to your relationship in some warped way...
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i just called him and he called me "mad'...
HAHAHA. I really, really like this guy.
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:facepalm: OP you're pathetic.
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Jelouse much?
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It's unreasonable unless he's doing it excessively and they're starting to fall for him. I have a mate that does a lot of things like that, he's honestly adorable, but it looks so much like he's flirting/likes the girl/guy he's being nice to that one guy thought they were dating.

So, be happy you got a genuinely good guy, don't try and be controlling, but check that no-one's falling helplessly for him
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