The next day, they were over at a friend’s house for dinner, and he lost it when he heard his girlfriend say something that he felt was an indicator that she didn’t listen to him.
Their friend offered some leftover pasta for everyone to take home, and his girlfriend specifically asked for a “styrofoam container.”
He became very annoyed because he believed that was a sign that his girlfriend didn’t care about what he had to say.
Finally, at the dinner table, he told his girlfriend, “It’s made of polystyrene, not styrofoam. But I guess it doesn’t matter what I say since you wouldn’t listen anyway.”
Then, his girlfriend lost it. She refuses to speak with him because she’s angry that he rudely said those things at their friend’s gathering.
“I was literally just pointing out that she is being disengaged and disrespectful to me by not caring about the things I say and making me feel kind of unimportant,” he added.
Was he wrong to call out his girlfriend like that, or should his girlfriend apologize for how she’s been making him feel?
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