boyfriend/girlfriend contract....

United States
April 26, 2007 11:39am CST
you know that invisible paper you sign with the invisible pen, that you never new you signed? My boyfreind referes to this "contract" when ever he want me to do something "you have to it's in the boyfriend/girlfriend contract" so far the "contract" only benifits him...I would like to see this so called "BF/GF contract". Does any one have this "contract" may not in the words...but in expectation (expecting you to do everything).
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@angelicEmu (1311)
26 Apr 07
LOL - it sounds like he's just using this fictitious idea as a way of trying to get his own way. Obviously his imaginary "contract" is basically that you have to do anything he wants. If I were you I'd tell him that you're his girlfriend, not his employee. A relationship is about both people - what you want is just as important as what he wants. Don't let him boss you around like that - either put your foot down next time he tries it on, or make up an imaginary "contract" of your own, and see how he likes that!!
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• United States
26 Apr 07
LOL...yea I did ask him what it says about the boyfriend..says that buying things for the girlfriend is his job....lol
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5 May 07
Now that doesn't really seem very fair to me - why should he get to decide what's in the "contract"? If he chooses what's in your bit, you should surely get to decide what's in his bit!!
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• Philippines
5 May 07
it is clear that he cooked this imaginary contract to benefit him entirely. i have never heard of this before. this is his way of beating the girlfriend down. there is a need to do something drastic here to remedy the situation.
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• Philippines
5 May 07
awww...i don't see any reason why you should allow him to do that to you. next time, if he evokes that contract again if you say no, then tell him that you are tired of hearing that contract already and that he may eat it and have his fill. tell him that you have gone tired of that contract and that if he sticks to it to beat you on it, then call for a cool off. do this now before it is too late. it will prove to be even more difficult if you wait till marriage before you complain. one way reationships is a living hell.
• United States
8 May 07
I told him last night that if he can have one I can...he said but he gets to "veto" anything he don't like...He was laughing while he said it. I really don't expect him to do anything, I would do the cleaning and things for him anyway with out the "contract" thats just how I was raised.
@psyche49f (2514)
• Philippines
8 May 07
I say that your bf is just using you, so get out of that relationship, fast! Is he just trying to trick you into believing that such contract exists? Tell him straight that you are sick and tired of his being manipulative, and that you think that he is the only one benefiting from the relationship. I guess it's time to break up with him, and do it at once, otherwise you are going to be tied up in a "contract" that never was. . .
• United States
8 May 07
We have a baby together, and he is a great dad to her, I wouldn't leave him over doing thing for him. NO, it not a "REAL CONTRACT". He does laugh when he brings it up. I was doing things for him be fore he even mentioned it. I think thats why he thought it up, as a joke for me doing everything.