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#14 - KungFuZerO
Reply +113
(04/12/2012) [-]
> Be low on cash
> Abusive boyfriend doesn't work
> Pick up second job as waitress
> Rushing around so my boss doesn't fire my ass
> Customer thinks I'm bringing him his food when it's for the table next to him
> Flips table
> Boss blames me
> Gets fired, loses apartment
> Family never lets me live it down
> Boyfriend gets more abusive
>MFW
#81 to #14 - brettyoke
Reply +6
(04/12/2012) [-]
Agreed with gnomeflake, tell us KungFuZerO, why the **** are you with this guy?
Agreed with gnomeflake, tell us KungFuZerO, why the **** are you with this guy?
#84 to #81 - KungFuZerO
Reply +14
(04/12/2012) [-]
I hope I didn't confuse anyone, but Im a guy   
the comment was a joke, implying the situation of the waitress in the story   
   
mfw
I hope I didn't confuse anyone, but Im a guy
the comment was a joke, implying the situation of the waitress in the story

mfw
#86 to #84 - brettyoke
Reply +8
(04/12/2012) [-]
Ooooohhhh, I just got thatt. Should have paid more attention to the "flip table" part. The abusive part kind of threw it off.
#67 to #14 - gnomeflake
Reply +24
(04/12/2012) [-]
I don't get women logic.
Why the **** would a girl be with an abusive boyfriend?
#191 to #67 - anon
Reply 0
(04/12/2012) [-]
It happens to men, too. Just not as often because we live in a society where men are supposed to be violent and "macho" more than women. So women are more psychologically abusive to men. And men put up with it the same way a woman puts up with a physically abusive man.
#82 to #67 - KungFuZerO
Reply +17
(04/12/2012) [-]
In psychology its called Comparison Level for alternatives
When people are in relationships, they compare their current happiness levels with potential happiness of a relationship with others.

women in abusive relationships believe they could not be happier with anyone else, and is often coupled with crippling low self-esteem