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Moving In

So, last night was interesting.

Skinner Boy and I have been sleeping at my new place
(Get that out of your minds, you kinky monkeys.... it's cool there)
when he started the conversation with "Can I ask you a question?".

For future reference, say NO, to the love of Jebus!

At any rate, I replied "sure" and he asked if he could move in with me.

WAH-BAM! Damn commitment questions. He has been hinting about that a bit, but each time I have made a joke out of it. I never expected him to ask me out-right.

Perhaps when I gave him a spare key, he thought to bring it up again. Hey, I'm student teaching soon and I asked him if he would mind watching my fish.

I told him that I have never lived by myself before, and I was really looking forward to it. Plus, we have only been going out for 2 months! That deflated him a bit, but he said he understood.

And that he wouldn't bring it up again for a couple of months.

AHHHHHHH!!!! How about never bringing it up again! I've been having fun, but when did it suddenly turn "serious"?!? I told him that I am extremely relationship-phobic, and he should realise that I'm furiously independent as well.

Bloody hell. I hope he doesn't ask me any more commitment-oriented questions anytime soon.


Poll #170770 Moving In

How should our fear-filled heroine address this issue when it comes up again?

Tell him no, kick him out, and end it there
0(0.0%)
Reply "No, thank you for the offer though" and avoid eye contact
0(0.0%)
Avoid all possible topics leading to this subject
1(100.0%)
Move again and don't give him a key... or an address....
0(0.0%)
Give in and let him move in
0(0.0%)

If you choose the last option, I may have to hunt you down and kill you

Comments

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dreamfilled
Aug. 21st, 2003 05:21 pm (UTC)
*grins* Mucho gracias for your input. I have begun breathing again, and everything is okay. He even is asking if he should come over or do I want a "night by myself", instead of automatically showing up.

Whew!
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(Anonymous)
Aug. 26th, 2003 02:41 pm (UTC)
independant?
if you're so independant then why do we allways have to yell at you to do things you KNOW you should do? . .hmmmm . .or did you just mean you don't need depends yet?? . . .*goes to change his depends* they were leaky . ..
dreamfilled
Aug. 26th, 2003 04:47 pm (UTC)
Re: independant?
Maybe, as part of my independence, I choose not to do the things that a person is supposed to.

Also, independent is different than responsible and other such words.

*points finger* Get to work!!!
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