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How do I tell my Girlfriend that she needs to stop wearing glasses and start wearing contacts again?
Ok, she fucking tricked me! When we first started dating she only wear contacts, and I didn't even realize she wore them the first couple of dates. We've dated about a month or so and now I guess you can say it's a legit relationship. All of a sudden she stopped wearing contacts, and where's the absolute dorkiest frames you can fucking imagine. They do not flatter her at all, complete turnoff for me. She just needs to go back to wearing contacts is the bottom line.
I'm trying to think of a nice way to tell her this, but I just don't know how to do it without sounding like an asshole.
Pic absolutely not related. She looks nothing even close to like that in glasses.
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>My gf is an anti-social introvert with almost zero hobbies and barely any motivation, low self esteem and she told me once she has "no reason to wake up in the morning"
>Takes a while of play to get my girlfriend to kiss me (a month maybe) but we eventually do make out for like an hour, then again like a week later
>She's told me she is really bad at it, and I said well Its alright now, you know how to, and she said she thinks it would take loads more times to be any good
>But now its been like 2 months and despite making advances all the time she's never up for it
Our relationship (of about 4/5 months now) is REALLY good but lately she's never been up for making out or 'fooling around' although we do play fight and I always have my hands all over her. She's definitely into me and not seeing anyone else (has no male friends) which is why I don't get this behavior.
Whats the deal, is it possible to just dislike kissing? How can I persuade her to be more into it?
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/adv/, help me out here, I have a bit of a situation:
>she is annoying, unlikeable, we have almost nothing in common
>she is low maintenance, convenient and I'm introverted and not social at all, so she's just...easy and comfortable, sort of
>she is in love with me, I don't care much about her
I'm wondering if anyone has experience with this sort of thing? I kind of instigated an argument yesterday, so we could break up easily but....
Does anyone have any experience with settling?
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So, I'm getting openly harassed at work - in a constant verbal sense. Couple of people on my team found out I'm a gamer, and I haven't heard the end of it since.
It was fairly low-key until a couple of days ago, where one of the hair-extensions fake-tan types made some derogatory comments which I called her out on - and her response was, "I'm not insulting you. I'd be insulting you if I told you that you're sad and you need to grow up and get a life."
...and my manager let that comment just slide, because apparently she was just being "honestly curious" about my hobbies.
That's basically the conversational equivalent of me saying, "I could call you a make-up caked whore, but I didn't so it's okay."
Just because you tack on a "but I didn't" doesn't make it any better.
This comes on the back of this girl being my manager's new favourite - she sits around painting her nails at work, and playing on her phone while the rest of us get shouted at that not enough work is being done. She picks and chooses what work she wants to do, and what's too difficult for her and it doesn't matter how many times we call her out on it - the rest of us get complained at.
Added to a load of emails I've seen over her shoulder that she's been sending around the team about people (since she sits next to me) and the little conversations she has with my manager about other people in the team, it's got to a point where I hate working here.
I just really hate this job, and there's no point complaining about harassment, because my manager won't hold up the claim, and I doubt anybody higher up than that will really care.
Suggestions? Is there EVER any point reporting shit like this? Or does it just cause more trouble than it's worth?