>I found her cleaning of the kitchen to be lacking based Common female tactic when a woman knows she's lost an argument is WHY ARE WE ARGUING and your experience sounds like a variation on that
>WHY ARE WE ARGUING Exactly mate, before she walked away she said it thrice: "Why are we even talking about this" trivializing the matter, when it had been an issue before and I had specifically requested her to clean up after herself. There was grease everywhere.
Fucking hell, own up to your mistakes!
if you have poor enough childlike self control that you start getting the urge to punch shit in the middle of an argument, she is absolutely making the correct decision by walking away and waiting to have the discussion later
>poor enough childlike self control that you start getting the urge to punch shit >urge >meaning it did not happen
So walking away is not childish?
You were raised by the internet so you expect anything and everything to be a Ben Shapiro Epic Owned style argument.
Move out or get a new room mate. You're too autistic to be living with women.
>so you expect anything and everything to be a Ben Shapiro Epic Owned style argument. I never mentioned the content of the actual argument, strawman steve
It's a power move, but just makes them look childish.
If you can't compromise you may have to move.
I've had lots of roommates over the years. A bad roommate is a moveout situation.
You were expecting an argument, didn't get one, and now you're mad at her for not arguing with you.
no walking away is a standard adult way to handle the situation when someone in an argument is more invested in being angry than in finding a solution it's certainly better than sitting around and yelling back at them, because angry people are stupid and you'll never convince them of anything or get any valuable discussion out of it until they calm down anyways
Nah, mate she was arguing just as hard as I was, she just walked away mid sentence when I was trying to calm down and offer a solution
Well maybe I was raised differently. Walking away can be good, but you got to say something / the reason. Just walking away mid sentence without saying something half rolling your eyes is demeaning and disrespectful imo
Yeah, in the future no more room mates for me. I always end up with people that never communicate and then expect me to know their personality or thoughts.
>Nah, mate she was arguing just as hard as I was, she just walked away mid sentence when I was trying to calm down and offer a solution
okay so you didn't get as big of an argument as you were hoping, you didn't get to win the argument, you didn't get to use your cleverly-crafted words, etc.
Regardless, you're more upset at her walking away from the argument, than the argument itself and what led to it.
>okay so you didn't get as big of an argument as you were hoping, you didn't get to win the argument, you didn't get to use your cleverly-crafted words, etc.
You seem to be hell bent on making this an ego centric point for some reason. You are all making this up as I didnt mention this at all nor was it the purpose of my OP.
and also, because you missed it >Eventually things got heated, but I tried to calm down and rephrase my words to which she subsequently walked away >How do I handle this situation? I feel like me telling her I find it massively disrespectful is either going to make her laugh or she is just going to shrug her shoulders.
You made it a point to explicitly write in your post about how she walked away from your argument. It's literally half of your post. Now you're pretending that it didn't bother you, when you said it was making your fists itch.
No wonder she walked away from you if all you do is deny things you said and argue in circles.
I never said it didnt bother me nor that it wasnt an important part of my post. That's why I asked the questions. You, however, are persistently drawing conclusions based on information you made up and try to shift the focus.
If you dont have anything constructive to contribute to this thread and instead want to shitpost all the time, I ask you to kindly leave.
This. Op what exactly do you want to happen? You want her to just tell you you’re right and do exactly what you say. She walked away because you both hold different opinions and obviously weren’t going to agree so there’s no point to keep arguing constantly, people have to do other things in life than just sit and argue. Just move out op
Please read my OP carefully.
>Just move out op
Too bad I have the first right to the appartement so I can kick her out.
Lol you sound like a crazy control freak boy
Okay love. Why do you derail threads? Do you self-insert as the girl in my OP?
Some people need to walk away to calm down and think about things. You sound pretty anal because you demand a response right then and there
Op hasn’t realized multiple people are responding. Yes I have met a control freak before and you sound pretty similar. Although the one difference is you didn’t go as far as assault. Yet.
Okay, miss speculation
True I understand that, but she did not uphold her promise to properly clean the kitchen as there was still grease anywhere nor did she say that she needed a minute. She just walked out mid sentence. How would you respond?
women are physically and emotionally inferior to men. this is why as a man, you must display the proper behavior and apply discipline as needed. Ex. After cleaning the kitchen properly, reward with a treat. (not getting hit)
Okay, but can you give me an answer without trolling?
you should have fucked her
if it was two men, walking away without saying anything would be disrespectful. Women do that all the time though, especially to each other. Just let her do it, it's a way to not say something you'll regret or to leave a situation to go calm down.
Nkt everyone follows your code of respect, nor are they obligated to. She's not your spouse or you significant other, or you sister, or even your friend.
Let it go.
OP I don't know why, probably because Jow Forums is a sad place full of people with no real life experience, but this whole thread is gaslighting you hard. Part of what people are saying is true though, you can't force the argument. Just talk to her about how you feel later on when things are cooled down. I know it feels right to talk in the moment, but sometimes waiting is the best move. If she laughs or otherwise invalidates your opinions then seriously consider kicking her out/moving out. Proper communication between roommates is extremely important.