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    I have been with my partner for around two years now and she has tendencies I can only liken to a baby. For example, if she doesn't get her way she will pout, and actually force the pout out. Like a child! And stare blankly. If you disagree with something, she'll pout and sulk and ignore you, she will always say "lets go somewhere", I say ok, where? She will then say she has no idea and sulk and blame me :l It will be like, lets go out, ok but where? I don't know. Well I'm not sure either, then she will sulk and whine. She always wants to eat food and it'll be like this:

    11:00: I'm hungry
    11:01: I'm hungry
    11:03: I'm hungry
    11:05: lets get food (me: where?)
    11:05: I don't know you decide
    11:06: I'm hungry
    11:08: i'M hungry

    This always happens when I ask previously, are you hungry? I could ask her a minute beforehand and then she will keep saying it over and over and over. Her behaviour isn't particularly offensive but it is really creepy and strange, she is 23 but acts like she is 4 at times. Very petulant and very self-entitled at times.
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    cool ****ing story bro
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    Probably having a laugh.
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    Odd.
 
 
 
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