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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    As the title states, my GF calls me a Dweeb.


    How would you perceive a 'dweeb', how would you see a dweeb, is it considered of a compliment or an insult?
    I should really wear my glasses; I thought you said 'my GP calls me a dweeb' !!
    She's only teasing you, lighten up. If anything, she's giving you permission to tease her back!
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    Kick her in the boob! :fight:
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    I'd consider it to be quite impolite tbh.

    If you don't like it, tell her.
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    (Original post by RichyFrench)
    Grow a pair, you dweeb..

    It sounds like you should take it bent over with your legs spread 'cause you're hardly the man of this relationship if you can't handle some light-hearted teasing.
    AMEN !!
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    It means she thinks your a loser, she is most likely cheating on you as well since she insults you to your face.

    (not srs)

    Just playful teasing, dont be such a pussy
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    She's making you her furry little ***** by calling you this, assert your dominance and sock her...right in the fanny.
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    Grow a pair.
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    Vow vengeance upon this girl and return in 20 years with a death star.
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    Its hardly the word you'd use if you really wanted to insult someone.

    What context does she use it in? What sort of things do you do/say when it happens.

    Are you slightly autistic op? Just reading your replys and stuff... most people would get this and not have to ask.
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    Replace yourself with a packet of these:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dweebs_%28candy%29
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    Here's a couple of ideas:

    - call her "minger" (in a loving manner, of course) until you both agree to stop calling each other names; or

    - tell her you find it hurtful and you'd rather she stopped.
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    I wish girl teased me
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    You sound like a dweeb so at least you have an honest girlfriend.
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    Talk to her about it instead of us.
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    Looooool.
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    Not well :lol:
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo0d1zTAFKA



    James Bond knows.
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      Oh look, it's another post without context.
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      It's an insult but if you both use light hearted insults then its okay. If you don't like it, tell her.
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      **** it! I refer to my girlfriend as a loser. Jokingly ofcourse.
     
     
     
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