And, uh, I think there’s a lot of things that you missed, too.
I’m the only one in the text who doesn’t seem to have said directly that she doesn’t like to put food in the fridge?
So it’s not about Sunny putting food in the fridge.
Didn’t you respond like you didn’t care if you left it?
If your boyfriend said he didn’t want to leave food in the fridge, I wonder if he thought so unless he was dyslexic.
In the article, if you don’t like having a refrigerator, it’s the first time you did it on Sunday.
Before that, I thought you said you didn’t want to turn it around and leave it… The writer also wrote that he talked about it several times.
If I had told you exactly that I didn’t want food, I think I would have agreed on that.
That’s not what happened the next day. If this is correct, it’s also the boyfriend’s fault that the man made a mistake in communicating.
Also, even if your boyfriend is the right communicator,
Exactly saying we should take it on Sunday means we’ve reached an agreement.
That’s what I’m supposed to do. Why are you forcing me to eat everything and talking about something else?