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Post Reply When is the right time to share your small nasty habits with your significant other?
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Posted 12/13/14
3 months: burps?

6 months: farts?

One year: snore?



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When you're comfortable enough that you don't have to think about it. It's a case by case basis. You'll get some eggs that'll hate them no matter how long you've been with them.
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What if you don't snore? What if you eat people? When do you share that?
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"Hey uh honey, just do me favor and put on these cat ears, and maybe this kimono, yeah maybe...No...Okay I'll just leave now"

*Cries in corner*

Posted 12/13/14
I guess whenever you feel comfortable even though I prefer them to know before they start dating me and vice versa. Small habits though are pretty amusing especially when you find out about them on accident.



Phersu wrote:

What if you don't snore? What if you eat people? When do you share that?


But what if you have already eaten your significant other? You wouldn't be able to tell them beforehand.
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"Hey uh honey, just do me favor and put on these cat ears, and maybe this kimono, yeah maybe...No...Okay I'll just leave now"

*Cries in corner*



This made my day, haha
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AiYumega wrote:

"Hey uh honey, just do me favor and put on these cat ears, and maybe this kimono, yeah maybe...No...Okay I'll just leave now"

*Cries in corner*



I wear those things anyway....XD
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After you're married and they're obligated not to leave you.
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After I'm drunk and inadvertently do all of the above. If she doesn't find me repulsive for the slob I am, then what a girl.
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When you do it by accident and then forced to share it
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CherryDynamite8 wrote:


AiYumega wrote:

"Hey uh honey, just do me favor and put on these cat ears, and maybe this kimono, yeah maybe...No...Okay I'll just leave now"

*Cries in corner*



I wear those things anyway....XD


The true sign of a keeper AiYumega....

Snoring... you can't avoid that coming out early. Depends on the habit. I think they just naturally come about, and you just have to be accepting of that, while maintaining politeness an civility. What is a bad habit to one is perfectly natural to another.. Even cannibalism and cat ears.
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When they start sharin' their's.
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jeanius- wrote:

After you're married and they're obligated not to leave you.


Then you're well on your way to having a Kardashian-type relationship in terms of longevity.

I don't think you can give a time frame regarding when to tell your SO these things. My advice is to do it when you feel comfortable enough to tell that person those things. We all have embarrassing things, like in my case, when I'm really tired, I sometimes drool on my pillow. Some people don't realize they're lactose intolerant and despite the gassy-ness, won't stop eating dairy.

If you're worried about it, open up first and share. Maybe your SO has been wanting to tell you about their habits but have been worrying you won't want to be with then anymore if you knew.

Posted 12/13/14
would never fart in front of my SO regardless of how long I know them.




I don't know about other ppl, but I don't like people knowing I'm going to the toilet, in the toilet or just came out of a toilet.
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Akage-chan wrote:


jeanius- wrote:

After you're married and they're obligated not to leave you.


Then you're well on your way to having a Kardashian-type relationship in terms of longevity.

I don't think you can give a time frame regarding when to tell your SO these things. My advice is to do it when you feel comfortable enough to tell that person those things. We all have embarrassing things, like in my case, when I'm really tired, I sometimes drool on my pillow. Some people don't realize they're lactose intolerant and despite the gassy-ness, won't stop eating dairy.

If you're worried about it, open up first and share. Maybe your SO has been wanting to tell you about their habits but have been worrying you won't want to be with then anymore if you knew.



There's nothing wrong with drooling in your sleep >.<

(I seriously think I have all of the worst sleeping with others habits. Snoring, drooling, stealing covers, etc.)
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