They’re nothing but annoying. I want to get all of the collectibles and to do so I have to chase these annoying bits of paper all over they should stop putting them in games
So, my (24F) boyfriend (28M) is really protective over his furniture, I assume it's because they're white. This really shows when I'm on my period. My boyfriend does humiliating things like placing sheets on all of the chairs and lounges (I feel like if I were to leak, I'd just leak through the sheets anyway) and makes me sleep in the guest bedroom on the first two days of my period (my heaviest days) and then he even asks me about when was the last time I changed my tampon. I'm a grown woman who has had her period since the age of 12, I don't need somebody to remind me to change a tampon.
When he does this I just feel embarrassed and it gives me the vibe that he cares more about materialistic objects than me. I'm not even allowed to cuddle him during my period. He acts like I'm just gushing like a waterfall or something. I started my period yesterday and as I expected - the sheets come out. I decide to put my foot down and I take off all of the sheets off the furniture, which got my boyfriend irritated to which I told him that he needs to stop treating me like a leaking juicebox. He's saying that I have no right to prevent him from keeping his expensive furniture clean and that I'M the one acting like a "jerk."
I need to know, AITA?
My company provides air cards for internet access at home or in the field. My manager likes to use this as justification that work can always be done anywhere and everywhere. Even if you do not have internet access at home due to an outage. My manager moved over the weekend and the cable company installed his internet leaving the cable laying across the yard where his dogs chewed it up. He said he couldn't work and our time sheets might be submitted late so any over time might come on the next pay periods check. I simply replied back to his email "did your dogs eat your air card too?". I also added his manager and the director to the reply. Time sheets were approved 5 minutes later.
That is all, please kill me on your way out.