"Would you put down the damn phone already?"

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Re: "Would you put down the damn phone already?"

Postby the chicken » Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:53 pm

Does she still look at her smart phone while you both having a foreplay?
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Re: "Would you put down the damn phone already?"

Postby v12 » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:51 pm

seidier wrote:So I'm in the early stages of seeing a new Khmer woman and things are great except that the amount of time she spends on social media is slowly driving me crazy. Dinner, traffic, movie theater, foreplay.... The first few times I brought it up she laughed it off and when I pressed a little harder she accused me of being selfish and needy.

It seems I have 3 choices, here:

1. Accept the phone as a third party in our relationship
2. Expect her to change
3. Walk away

Looking around at the zombified Khmer population around me, I can't imagine I'm alone in this predicament...#1 is a no-go for me and I'm curious if anyone here has had success with #2 (e.g., maybe all it takes is a frank talk about cultural differences regarding phone etiquette? Conscious boundary-setting?) Or are my expectations unrealistic?

Bring in #4: Your phone/laptop. Take care you are typing around like mad-man and it'll bring you status.
Status is far more important than 1:1 communication. It makes her more important in the eyes of the spectators, when she is on the phone and you are "desperately" waiting for her attention.
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Re: "Would you put down the damn phone already?"

Postby McPhisto » Wed May 09, 2018 12:11 am

the chicken wrote:Does she still look at her smart phone while you both having a foreplay?

Pffft. Foreplay.
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