Obviously, she is the one wearing the pants. Even if they are very, very short.
I had a girlfriend try something like that on me once. That was the end of that! It’s a power-play to see who’s really in control. Who needs to put up with that kind of game-player.
Never been a strip I remotely liked. I just feel it’s mean to opus and it makes sense the marriage never got off the launch pad with behavior like this.
“The older stuff” = the good stuff
That could be grounds for justifiable homicide.
Yup, that’s the end of the relationship, or you could throw away all you her old jeans, they were torn and had holes in the knees.
She threw out WHAT‽‽‽
What would happen if you tossed any of her “old” stuff?
The fruit bowl hat is more fashionable than the cereal bowl.
Okay, relationship over. NEVER touch another person’s record collection (or in today’s terminology, their playlist). Even if they like Sheena Easton and Englebert Humperdink.
She had no use for it
More people live alone now than ever before.
dump her, dump her now
“When I listen to my records they take me back to certain points in my life, OK? Just don’t touch my records, ever!” – Daniel Stern – Diner (1982)
RUN, Opus! RUN!
I keep my cereal bowl in the freezer.
I’m not so concerned about Opus’s cold cereal bowl fetish, but Lola has crossed the line in tossing cherished old record albums!
Are you going to put up with this abuse, Mr. Penguin Opus?!
Time to put your proverbial foot down, Opus.
My Mom liked throwing away my stuff without asking me. She donated my favorite book to a church bazaar. She never had anything when growing up so she didn’t understand kids having things.
The way to start a relationship is to say: “you touch my stuff, it’s the death penalty.” If it blows up, it wasn’t meant to be.