I’m here to tell you about the time I threw a burger in my boyfriend’s face. It was a moment that I will never forget and it all started with a simple request for lunch.
My boyfriend and I had been dating for about six months and we were both pretty serious about our relationship.
We had a great connection and enjoyed spending time together. One day, we decided to go out for lunch and he offered to buy me anything I wanted.
The problem was that he wasn’t really sure what I wanted. He decided to order me a burger with all the toppings, but he got it wrong. Instead of the burger I wanted, he got me something with a lot of pickles and onions, which I hate.
I was so angry that I couldn’t even speak. I just grabbed the burger out of his hand and threw it right in his face. He was so shocked that he didn’t even have time to react.
I know now that it wasn’t the right thing to do, but at the time I was so mad and hurt that I just couldn’t help myself. I was so angry that he had gotten my order wrong and I felt like he didn’t care enough about me to get it right.
He then started to accuse me saying it’s my PMS and told me to control my mood swings before he has to control it for me.
After that, we had a long and difficult conversation about how our relationship was going. We talked about how we communicate and how important it is to both of us to be considerate of each other’s feelings. We both agreed that we needed to be more mindful and thoughtful when it came to our interactions.
We also talked about how we can make sure that we are both being heard and understood. We agreed to always try to talk things out and to be more understanding when it comes to disagreements.
Now, whenever we go out to lunch or dinner, I always make sure to give my boyfriend a detailed description of what I would like to eat. He also makes sure to double-check with me to make sure he got my order right.
It’s been a few months since the incident and I can honestly say that it was a learning experience for both of us. We both learned how to better communicate and we both learned that it’s important to always be mindful and considerate of each other’s feelings.
I know now that throwing a burger in someone’s face is definitely not the right way to handle a disagreement. But I’m glad that we were able to talk it out and come to a better understanding of each other.