Yes, I am seriously annoyed with his behavior right now. We were having a nice evening, went out to dinner, came home, put on some music, and played backgammon. Next thing I know I suck because I won twice From now on I suppose I will let him win so he doesn't get pissed? He was the one who suggested we play and he knows I have excellent strategy (Not to sound like an asshole but it's not the first time I've beat him repeatedly). I'm just really good at games :IDKWhat a baby. Do you need me to come over and cram the backgammon board up his bunghole?
oooooooooooooooooohhhhhhh, Hera you're glowing (AF name).I dont understand that
Its not like you were running around the room doing the big *Loser* L with your hand???
( my daughter does that-LOL)
but *sigggh* yes they hate losing, the "female" thing is the issue for sure.
DH says it's a dignity thing.
It's not like anyone SAW him lose:roll
I'm sure he would have felt better if you hadn't done the end zone dance on him after your pure thrashing games of backgammon.:magwink:magwink:magwink:magwinkI'm glad you weighed in a male response. I know my hubby, however sweet, is still merely a human man...
But I have little to feel good about as a woman, perhaps he can let me be a little better a backgammon?
First, I certainly DID NOT do an end zone dance. I didn't say anything, just smiled. Am I not allowed to smile?I'm sure he would have felt better if you hadn't done the end zone dance on him after your pure thrashing games of backgammon.:magwink:magwink:magwink:magwink
Did you backgammon him or gammon?