Crazy Girlfriend/Boyfriend stories anyone?

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I told my ex girlfriend I didn't believe her when she said she had models asking her out on dates and she flipped out on me. She accused me of calling her fat and all these other things just because I doubted the fact that models were asking her out and she was saying no. It makes no sense to believe her if you know how fast she jumped at the chance to get her paws on me.

Not mine, but my brother's high school girlfriend was/is a serious nympho, up to and including propositioning me while he was in the next room over. After talking to him about he just said "It's high school, this relationship isn't going to matter in a few years," and gave me the go-ahead if I ever wanted to take her up on her offer. I'm a senior in high school, he's a junior in college, she's also a senior in high school. They still like to use each other whenever he comes home.

ReservoirAngel:

smearyllama:
A boyfriend of my sister's in high school was engaged while he went out with her.

Apparently he got engaged every other weekend or so, and had a creepy obsession with getting married. One girl's mother eventually called the cops on him some time ago.

Beyond that, no real stories I've got.

Sounds like my friend, but less nuts.

Care to elaboratify?

MasterOfWorlds:
My second gf was bipolar, schizophrenic, and truly believed that she had a demon that lived inside her and that if she didn't keep her under control, she would destroy the world.

Unfortunately, I didn't know about the crazy until after we'd been dating for a little bit.

Sorry, don't watch it it'll offend but it reminds me of this scene:

There is indeed some pretty crazy stories here, I haven't really got anything like that. There has been our only real argument which was because I chipped in £5 towards a stripper (joke present) for my mate's birthday in halls of residence. I guess it was because I had no real issue with it but she does, and was pissed off at me for a week when I told her and any conversation was arguing; the difference of opinion being that she is strongly against the sexual objectivication of woman and I'm against not being able to drink and be a good sport in my hall on my housemates birthday.

But yeah, nothing crazy.

smearyllama:

ReservoirAngel:

smearyllama:
A boyfriend of my sister's in high school was engaged while he went out with her.

Apparently he got engaged every other weekend or so, and had a creepy obsession with getting married. One girl's mother eventually called the cops on him some time ago.

Beyond that, no real stories I've got.

Sounds like my friend, but less nuts.

Care to elaboratify?

Certainly. He was ALMOST my boyfriend once, so I reckon it counts here.

This guy (I'll call him Joe, cause fuck saying 'this guy' all the time) has, over the course of his later-teenage years, been engaged a grand total of 15 times. Most of these engagements were to young teenage girls he'd met on some chat room somewhere the week prior to him proposing to them. Every single one of these girls he managed to drive away somehow.

His one lasting girlfriend (well, fiancé technically) was 4 years younger than him. He claimed to have been in love with her, but while he was engaged to her he would travel hundreds of miles all over the country to shag other girls he'd met online, and openly brag about it to anyone who would listen. He considered it an accomplish to, for example, masturbate on webcam to 10 different 14 year old girls (while he was 18, fyi) while simultaneously making wedding plans over the phone with his fiancé. He once had 3 different fiancés at one time. He claimed to just really want marriage, but his refusal to commit to anyone made him look like a big hypocrite.

That's not even to mention his numerous suicide attempts. This lead me to once have the most intense conversation of my life with him as he stood up on the railing of a bridge crying his eyes out, in which I deliberately called him on all the shit he pulled, claiming that if he loved his fiancé he's straighten up and stop being such a self-destructive prick to himself and such a disloyal asshole to her.

Let's see, what else...He also had the self-destructive tendency to find a large group of drunk guys or tough guys and deliberately antagonise them into beating eight shades of shit out of him.

He purposely got his mum so angry she threw him out of the house, at which point he spent 2 nights on the street followed by 3 nights on my sofa.

He claimed to be every shade of the sexuality spectrum under the sun, just to see how many people he could get interested in him at any one time. Admittedly I was one of them, but this was before I knew about all this shit he pulled. He spent a good few months smooth-talking me to apparently try to "complete his scorecard" by sleeping with an openly gay guy.

He also went out and purposely contracted an STD (not HIV or AIDS, one of the minor ones) then tried to bed his fiancé without the use of a condom.

There was....there was a lot wrong with him. He had a lot of behavioural and emotional issues, which eventually reached breaking point leading to him turning up on my doorstep at 3 in the morning in the pouring rain crying his eyes out.

Good to know he's finally in therapy somewhere (he moved away after a massive blowout with his mum which had to involve the police) and getting his shit sorted out. We talk a lot online, so I keep checking up on him after his other friends (and my other friends by association I guess) abandoned him. Dunno why I didn't really...but I think he's doing better cause of a familiar face to talk to.

This post turned out longer than I intended it to be...

I dated a guy who had OCD for a bit. It was fine when were going out most of the time and I didn't even think much of it.

After we had parted ways, he visited and we hung out for a few days (because who doesn't like unresolved sexual tension?) where his OCD was really bad. Constantly telling me "You should do it this way" for every little thing. I was kind of annoyed with him by the end of the weekend, until he apologized unprovoked for "acting like a douche". I really hate him sometimes.

I also went on a date with a different guy who broke out the L-word on the first date. Also the last date.

Not mine but one of my American friends:

He hooked up with this girl he met over the phone and all he knew about her (and she him) is whatever was said on the phone (you guys know how weird meeting someone in real life is after only knowing them via phone/internet).

Well my friend Eric is a nice guy who never had a real girlfriend before, but this girl (who was 3 years younger than and 14) has had several boyfriends. Not only that but she changes them faster than she does socks and its crazy as hell. She was a confused b*tch with no real loyalty and self respect. She toyed with Eric's feelings and quickly went off with another guy and said she never really loved him. What happened next? Well she ditched the other even faster and hooked with with yet ANOTHER guy who she met in the same day (he was from Romania I think).

I was dating a girl of a different race than me a few years ago (in college). I'm white, she's african american, and we lived in South Carolina (I know what you're thinking, just hang with me)

We were friends first. Did theater shows together, sang together, just had a good time. Then it was actually her who approached me about becoming a "couple." I had never dated anyone who wasn't white, but I liked her a lot, and we got along well so I thought I'd give it a shot.

Things were great for a while. Then the issue came up about talking to families about our relationship and things started to get rocky. My mom was against it, and my dad still doesn't even know that I dated outside my race. There was so much tension from my brother and sister too.

To clarify. They're not racist people. They just don't believe in mixing races. To an extent I can see where they were coming from, but I'm more a "whatever makes you happy" kind of person.

Anyway, the tension we were feeling from my family started to forge tension between us as well. She'd get UNNERVINGLY angry if I ever missed a call or a text message (she cussed me out once because I didn't answer the phone while in the shower) and just little things started becoming a major problem.

We broke up. It wasn't working anymore and neither of us were happy. Well a few weeks later my mom, brother and sister came to visit and the ex walked right up to my mom and slapped her. SLAPPED MY MOTHER because in her words "she's the cunt that broke us up."

I have never hit a woman in my life, but my sister sure did.

I couldn't believe it. I was literally in awe of what was happening. The girl later went to anger management classes and has since apologized to me and my mom, but it was some rough waters between us for a while after that.

We're friends now though, and occasionally have a skype call with each other. but that was the damndest thing I've ever seen.

Dags90:

I also went on a date with a different guy who broke out the L-word on the first date. Also the last date.

He said he's in lesbians with you? ON THE FIRST DATE?!?!

Kasurami:

I've just killed any good vibes in this thread. You are welcome.

You seem to be very good at that. Now I have to go watch Ranma 1/2 to feel good again. So thank you, because you have now given me an excuse to watch anime (not that I really need one).

/jk

OT: I've only had two girlfriends, and I'm sorry to say that both of them were incredibly none crazy, so I have no stories.

Well a friend of mine used to date this girl who had insane control and trust issues. The very first time I talked to him in class, she barged in (we were in a computer room at the time) slapped him across the back of the head and said 'I hope you aren't flirting with that girl'. She then stayed by his side the whole rest of the lesson and stopped him from talking or even looking at me. For about 2 months after this she refused to leave his side when I was around. I wasn't the only one though. If another girl so much as looked at him she'd tell them to back off.

I have one that's half crazy, half endearingly adorable.

Jordan (my boyfriend) was trying to make me toast for breakfast. In the kitchen he's...less than capable, let's put it that way. He tried for half an hour to make my toast, until I eventually went in to see what was happening...

...where I found him sitting cross-legged on the floor like a child, my toaster almost completely disassembled on the floor around him. When asked what he was doing, he replied simply:

"It was making a weird pattern on the toast."

He'd pulled my entire toaster down to its basic components and spent the time arranging them on the floor and examining them, just because the toaster made an 'weird' pattern on the bread when burning it.

Then of course, he couldn't put it back together again, so he bought me a new one that had a note in the slot reading "sorry for ruining your toaster". That's the main endearingly adorable part.

I have a lot of these stories, cause my boyfriend is, for lack of a better phrase, off his fucking rocker. But he's off his fucking rocker in the best way possible.

This one happened just recently.
I dated this girl for about two weeks, I had given her sister my homework when I went over to her house, (I was having trouble with math, her sister said she'd do it) a few days later it's due and I haven't gotten it back. I asked until I finally got my work back and then she dumped me.
In the back of my head I was kinda like (bout fucking time)...well okay, not kinda. A day after we break up my cousin comes home from school and tells me she told everyone of her friends a whole fuckload of lies, stuff like, I bought her things to try and get laid, I hit her, and that I'm completely gay.
I'm not going to that school anymore.

This isn't an ex girlfriend story or anything but I had a stalker at one point. Who was so annoying/creepy etc. that I eventually cussed her out which, as far as I know sent her into depression. Seriously she was a psycho, I thought she would kill herself she came up to me and told me she cut her wrists. I said "Good" which wasn't nice of course but at the time I didn't care.

Anyway she's fine she has friends now and she's over me. Soo... I'm glad she didn't kill herself if only to keep blame off me.

heeeeh--my story
Started dating a guy right when I graduated high school.
It was alright--we had fun on the phone every night.
A month had passed, I went to the mall to go get some 1/2 anime/manga/comic/video game stuff then headed back to my friends house (two girls) to go watch some anime we had just bought. I invite what's his face over--he brings a gift and is instantly pouty. He's angry that I missed our one month anniversary--then compares out relationship to that of Edward and Bella. I had to dump him a little while later because of the Twilight references...and I thought I was gay.

This is my friends story that I happened to be a part of.

We went to the movies to go see like Iron Man two. His girlfriend hates super hero movies so he didn't even bother to ask her. We got to our seats and I went down to get some snacks and use the loo when I bump into her. She's fuming! She's pissed that I went with him and she didn't. Then went into the theater (after pushing me aside--THE WOMAN IN AMAZONIAN!) and proceeded to smack and kick him out of the theater into her car and drive away...he was my ride home...

I haven't had a girlfriend yet (I know, I'm working on it...), so I have no stories like that, but I do have a story of me and my 'girlfriend' (as in, friend that is a girl). I quite liked her, and we had a project to do together for school. I helped a bit, and then left her to do most of it, while I went and played video games. I know, I was a total asshole. I regret it 100% now. I do like her even more, when I remember her being nice about it, and not holding a grudge. We 'broke up' when I moved, and me, (still in unconscious asshole mode) stopped calling, and we forgot each other. I'm still trying to make contact with her. Yeah, this is probably a bit out of place here, but it felt good to write this thing I've been keeping inside for 6 or 7 years.

I like to think I'm less of an asshole now. I really hope I am.

EDIT: I just found her on Facebook, but now I'm having second thoughts. Maybe I shouldn't, after more than half a decade, should I leave her alone, and let myself move on? Hell, I shouldn't be thinking about this at 11:30 PM...I seriously need help with this one. I'm thinking send a message asking if she remembers me, before the friend request. HELP ME!!!! I'm horrible with relationships!

Sorry for it being long.

i hate to admit it but the only really long term relationship i had(2 years >.>), i ended up being the crazy one haha. probly because i was going through some REALLY rough times. man im still so embarressed of myself o.O. oh well shit happens

MystryMeet:
then compares out relationship to that of Edward and Bella. I had to dump him a little while later because of the Twilight references...and I thought I was gay.

Which one of you was which? And how did you get home from the theater?

Dags90:

MystryMeet:
then compares out relationship to that of Edward and Bella. I had to dump him a little while later because of the Twilight references...and I thought I was gay.

Which one of you was which? And how did you get home from the theater?

Apparently I was Edward since I pushed him away...
and
Called my older brother to pick me up.

I once dated a girl who only dated my to make a very large and short-tempered guy jealous. One day this guy and a few of his friends decided to inform me that this girl and I were done by beating the crap out of me and duct taping me to the side of a building... while she just watch and laughed.

I have another story involving another girl, a gazebo, and something resembling my uncle's bread, but that's a far more... well let's just say it was pretty gross and not a very smart decision on my part.

Stu1701:
I once dated a girl who only dated my to make a very large and short-tempered guy jealous. One day this guy and a few of his friends decided to inform me that this girl and I were done by beating the crap out of me and duct taping me to the side of a building... while she just watch and laughed.

I have another story involving another girl, a gazebo, and something resembling my uncle's bread, but that's a far more... well let's just say it was pretty gross and not a very smart decision on my part.

OMG I want to know!

MystryMeet:
compares out relationship to that of Edward and Bella. I had to dump him a little while later because of the Twilight references...and I thought I was gay.

yikes. you were totally in the right, that warrants an instant termination of the relationship

I have a recent one that happened between a friend of mine and his fiancé:

They're both very internet-based people. Anyway, the girl meets this guy over Omegle. Dunno HOW that worked, but oh well. Anyway! She starts being distant and irritating towards my mate. He passes it off as just a crazy girl thing, cause...well, being irritating is their speciality in my town it seems. So one day, when he's spent ALL DAY with their daughter and she's done nothing but talk to this Omegle guy online, she says she's going out with some friends. He complains, because he wants to go out too, and he's been doing everything all day.

She bitches him out for being insensitive to her needs then takes off. She doesn't get back until the middle of the afternoon the next day, whereupon she casually discloses that she drove fuck-knows-how-far to shag the Omegle guy. What follows is him calling her on that shit, followed by her blaming HIM for it, saying that if he was more attentive to her, she wouldn't have done it (never mind that she spent a week being distant and rejecting his attention, or that she could have easily, ya know...NOT driven to shag an internet stranger).

This show culminates in her throwing him out of THE HOUSE THAT HE PAID FOR FOR THEM TO LIVE IN TOGETHER and refusing to let him see his own daughter. That's right, he's not allowed to see his own daughter, or live in his own house, all because SHE got pissed off and fucked some stranger.

ReservoirAngel:
I have one that's half crazy, half endearingly adorable.

Jordan (my boyfriend) was trying to make me toast for breakfast. In the kitchen he's...less than capable, let's put it that way. He tried for half an hour to make my toast, until I eventually went in to see what was happening...

...where I found him sitting cross-legged on the floor like a child, my toaster almost completely disassembled on the floor around him. When asked what he was doing, he replied simply:

"It was making a weird pattern on the toast."

He'd pulled my entire toaster down to its basic components and spent the time arranging them on the floor and examining them, just because the toaster made an 'weird' pattern on the bread when burning it.

Then of course, he couldn't put it back together again, so he bought me a new one that had a note in the slot reading "sorry for ruining your toaster". That's the main endearingly adorable part.

I have a lot of these stories, cause my boyfriend is, for lack of a better phrase, off his fucking rocker. But he's off his fucking rocker in the best way possible.

I have a friend who's like that. He'll do something incredibly stupid and/or insane, then say something so hilarious that you can't be mad at him. Also, your avi has me imagining Yahtzee as you in all of your stories, which is all sorts of hilarious.

I don't have any specific stories, but my first girlfriend (who I started dating for the second time in the April of 8th grade) decided to break up going into high school so we could "preserve our friendship" (read: I don't really care about you, so I want to be available in case I meet someone better), and she dated pretty much everyone she met, mistaking interest for love. And would break up with them after a few weeks. She had a cycle that I would elaborate on, but I don't feel like it. Anyway, she moved to a different school our sophomore year and I had an epiphany and realized she was not a good person. Needless to say our friendship was not preserved.

At least I got some Exp. points out of it.

ReservoirAngel:
Then of course, he couldn't put it back together again, so he bought me a new one that had a note in the slot reading "sorry for ruining your toaster". That's the main endearingly adorable part.

I am a fully straight male and I have to say that that is adorable.

ReservoirAngel:

MystryMeet:
compares out relationship to that of Edward and Bella. I had to dump him a little while later because of the Twilight references...and I thought I was gay.

yikes. you were totally in the right, that warrants an instant termination of the relationship

I have a recent one that happened between a friend of mine and his fiancé:

They're both very internet-based people. Anyway, the girl meets this guy over Omegle. Dunno HOW that worked, but oh well. Anyway! She starts being distant and irritating towards my mate. He passes it off as just a crazy girl thing, cause...well, being irritating is their speciality in my town it seems. So one day, when he's spent ALL DAY with their daughter and she's done nothing but talk to this Omegle guy online, she says she's going out with some friends. He complains, because he wants to go out too, and he's been doing everything all day.

She bitches him out for being insensitive to her needs then takes off. She doesn't get back until the middle of the afternoon the next day, whereupon she casually discloses that she drove fuck-knows-how-far to shag the Omegle guy. What follows is him calling her on that shit, followed by her blaming HIM for it, saying that if he was more attentive to her, she wouldn't have done it (never mind that she spent a week being distant and rejecting his attention, or that she could have easily, ya know...NOT driven to shag an internet stranger).

This show culminates in her throwing him out of THE HOUSE THAT HE PAID FOR FOR THEM TO LIVE IN TOGETHER and refusing to let him see his own daughter. That's right, he's not allowed to see his own daughter, or live in his own house, all because SHE got pissed off and fucked some stranger.

Thanks, some people called me a douche bag after word got around haha

and yikes THAT CHICK WAS CRAZY--I don't understand women some times...most of the time...all the time...this one takes the cake

MystryMeet:
and yikes THAT CHICK WAS CRAZY--I don't understand women some times...most of the time...all the time...this one takes the cake

I have one that's more funny than horrible in terms of what the girl did.

Friend of mine called Jamie was dating the younger sister of his best friend Gav. So one day, Jamie and Gav's sister are fooling around, when she decided it'd be kinky to do it on Gav's bed. Jamie was too horny to argue, so he followed her in there...

...she handcuffed him naked to Gav's bed and walked out. When Gav got home she told him that Jamie wanted to see him and was waiting in his room. Sitcom-style hilarity ensued.

Oddly, Jamie and Gav are now dating. THAT pissed the sister right the fuck off, lemme tell ya. haha

Oh, I have so many stories I could tell, but the best ones would get me in trouble. To compensate I will instead tell one of my favorites.

So, a few years back I was a junior in High School and hooked up with a girl that was from Switzerland. We met when I hit her in the head with a chair in Orchestra. I quickly apologized and gave her candy saying, "I often do stupid things. These are like my form of band-aids." That was how we began to talk more often.

That, however, is not the story. The story involves our first date. You see, when we went out I was quite broke and could only afford taking her out to a movie and picking up some sandwiches from a local Subway. I ordered my usual, a meatball marinara, and she decided to go a more vegetarian route. So, she ordered a Veggie Sandwich.

Now, to understand why this is funny, you have to realize two things. One, she spoke German as her first language, and two, the Germans pronunciation of "V" and "W" are switched around from the English perspective.

That's right. When she read "veggie" she said, "I would like a wedgie."

I could not stop myself from laughing. Hard. Loudly.

I then said, "You don't want that." "No," she said back to me, "I want a wedgie sandwich."

I had to calm myself down and tell her that, "No, you don't understand. What you are asking this man to do is come around this counter, grab you by your panties, and reach as high as he can to the sky. You mean veggie dear."

Somehow, we had many dates after that (we are broken up now though) but I will never forget that classic misunderstanding.

ReservoirAngel:
Oddly, Jamie and Gav are now dating. THAT pissed the sister right the fuck off, lemme tell ya. haha

That sounds like the plot of one of those terrible made-for-gays movies like Eating Out.

Dags90:

ReservoirAngel:
Oddly, Jamie and Gav are now dating. THAT pissed the sister right the fuck off, lemme tell ya. haha

That sounds like the plot of one of those terrible made-for-gays movies like Eating Out.

I'll have to take your word for it. I've not seen many made-for-gays movies.

Beyond that...what can I say? My life and the people in it are fucking weird.

ReservoirAngel:

I have one that's more funny than horrible in terms of what the girl did.

Friend of mine called Jamie was dating the younger sister of his best friend Gav. So one day, Jamie and Gav's sister are fooling around, when she decided it'd be kinky to do it on Gav's bed. Jamie was too horny to argue, so he followed her in there...

...she handcuffed him naked to Gav's bed and walked out. When Gav got home she told him that Jamie wanted to see him and was waiting in his room. Sitcom-style hilarity ensued.

Oddly, Jamie and Gav are now dating. THAT pissed the sister right the fuck off, lemme tell ya. haha

Oh gee-zuz! That was horrible! Horribly funny. That plan sure backfired on her she must have been raging when she found out haha.

To lay a little groundwork, my boyfriends birthday is January, Valentine's Day is obviously February and our anniversary is March. So, for 'small' anniversaries we agree not to get each other anything. So, it's our third anniversary and we've gotten together to kind-of-sort-of-celebrate. I of course broke the rule and got him something. Well, no harm no foul, he got me something too. So we exchanged little gifts and then BAM! I got blindsided by a five day argument because my gift was too extravagant!!

We literally did nothing but fight for five days afterwards because of this. I consider that pretty crazy.

My only boyfriend became depressed after I dumped him and started dating girls. He blamed himself for me "changing" and went seriously emo for the rest of his high school career.

I had one girlfriend when I first got to college who was sleeping with her half brother. I broke that one off when I found out.

I also had a girlfriend who claimed that I made her family hate her and ruined her life by dating her. I'm still trying to figure that one out.

On further evaluation most of my "significant others" had serious issues.

MystryMeet:

ReservoirAngel:

I have one that's more funny than horrible in terms of what the girl did.

Friend of mine called Jamie was dating the younger sister of his best friend Gav. So one day, Jamie and Gav's sister are fooling around, when she decided it'd be kinky to do it on Gav's bed. Jamie was too horny to argue, so he followed her in there...

...she handcuffed him naked to Gav's bed and walked out. When Gav got home she told him that Jamie wanted to see him and was waiting in his room. Sitcom-style hilarity ensued.

Oddly, Jamie and Gav are now dating. THAT pissed the sister right the fuck off, lemme tell ya. haha

Oh gee-zuz! That was horrible! Horribly funny. That plan sure backfired on her she must have been raging when she found out haha.

Yeah. She's like the local in-joke in and of herself. Everything she does seems to end up backfiring horribly on her. It's glorious.

Like when she tried to spite me by breaking me and Jordan up and wound up looking like a professional whore in front of her friends. That was a good weekend. haha

Three weeks ago. I went on a date with my girlfriend (Our LAST date, I should add.). I took her to a movie (Tron Evolution was still going in our town, surprisingly), and she went off to use the bathroom. Her phone started going off, and she had forgotten to turn its sound off. I picked it up, and saw it was an alarm. I checked to see what it was, and it was an hourly alarm. TO CALL ME. I asked her about this, and she got all defensive about her obsessiveness, and that's when we broke up.

ReservoirAngel:

Yeah. She's like the local in-joke in and of herself. Everything she does seems to end up backfiring horribly on her. It's glorious.

Like when she tried to spite me by breaking me and Jordan up and wound up looking like a professional whore in front of her friends. That was a good weekend. haha

lmao sounds like a great weekend. Have someone as crazy as that being made fun of. Divine retribution.

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