20 minutes into the movie, his girlfriend then passed out on the couch. At this point, he was absolutely furious.
So, he got up off the couch, walked out of his girlfriend’s house, and drove home. Several hours after he left, his girlfriend texted him wanting to know where he had gone.
“I told her I was mad that she couldn’t pay attention to my favorite movies on my birthday,” he said.
His girlfriend called him a name before insisting that he had to grow up. Since all of this happened, he sent his girlfriend several texts, but she ignored him.
He’s left wondering if it was wrong of him to ask his girlfriend to watch his favorite movies with him on his birthday even though she’s not into these movies.
What do you think?
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