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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
Reply "No, thank you for the offer though" and avoid eye contact
Avoid all possible topics leading to this subject
Move again and don't give him a key... or an address....
Give in and let him move in

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


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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.

Aug. 26th, 2003 02:41 pm (UTC)
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 . ..
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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