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Dear Dish-It, My GF Doesn't Like to Go Rollerblading


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Dear Dish-It,

My girlfriend keeps getting mad because I like to go rollerblading. I ask her if she wants to go and when I ask her that, she always screams at me and throws stuff at me. What should I do???
Arrrrmate


Dear Arrrrmate,

Well, it's obvious your girlfriend isn't that fond of rollerblading. I guess the first thing you do is stop asking her to go. The second thing you can do is start asking her to do other things. There must be something you two have in common, right? If you both like other things like movies or basketball, ask her out for a movie or play a game of pick-up b-ball. A relationship takes work - even the good ones. Compromising - like not spending every waking hour on your blades - is part of that. If you can't think of anything that you both like to do - or the fighting continues - then maybe it's time to blade solo, if ya know what I'm saying.


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