He's also not planning on getting a car once he leaves the city, so I'd have the only car which of course he would use yet not pay a dime for! As a teacher, my summer paychecks are given to me in one lump sum on the last day school.
Due to unforseen costs such as a broker fee, security deposit, and first months rent on our new place ( we weren't planning on moving in together so soon, but the perfect apartment became available) not to mention all the gas and toll money I've spent driving him around and back to the city on Sundays (He's given me total towards this all year - those of you who are drivers know that's nothing! :confused: I've worked in finance and I can tell you most of these guys do this.
I am engaged to a guy who I have been dating for 4.5 years.
I love him but I have so much anger and resentment towards him.
He is not poor at all - has no mortgage on his home. He only goes to restaurants that he has a coupon for.
All he talks about is his bargains, free, money he saved...at the food store etc.
I am very generous with a big heart, but I find that I am always disappointed.
Yes, as cheesy as it may sound, renting a tandem bike (AKA the bicycle built for two) can be quite the adventure for the super coordinated couple who want a more interesting spin on the typical scenic trail ride.
You can typically rent them online, hourly, for an affordable rate.
He doesn’t make a lot of money, and we’ve been together long enough for both of us to know I’m not using him to buy me things, but it’s embarrassing sometimes and frustrating when he conveniently “forgets” that I paid for dinner last time we were together and that it’s his turn to pay now.
It would be really nice if he picked up our bill more often.