Boyfriend slams ‘all the women’ for going ‘crazy’ the second they’re in a relationship: ‘She’s just hissing at me’
- A man has accused women of ‘hiding’ their true selves when dating
- He was shocked when his girlfriend started whistling and playing dead
A man has playfully criticized women for the “weird” behavior they exhibit after forming relationships.
Kaine was shocked when his girlfriend started whistling at him out of nowhere – and revealed it wasn’t the first time one of his partners had gone ‘unhinged’ after making the relationship official.
The boyfriend accused all the women of “acting” normally at first, then revealing their true colors once the relationship matured.
Kaine also revealed that his girlfriend randomly “plays dead” when he tries to talk to her and “gets the zooms” after 10 p.m. most nights.
‘Why are you ladies like that?’ He asked.
Kaine was shocked when his girlfriend started whistling at him out of nowhere – and revealed it wasn’t the first time one of his partners had become ‘unhinged’ after making the relationship official
In a video, the Englishman explained his dilemma and wondered if other men were in the same boat.
“Why do girlfriends – or maybe just women in general – behave like normal human beings when you’re dating, but the second you make her your girlfriend – a switch goes off in their head and they go absolutely crazy,” he said. .
Kaine shared the inexplicable circumstances he faced in his relationship.
“Recently my girlfriend – for some reason I don’t know – started whistling,” he said.
The boyfriend will simply be greeted with a loud whistle asking his partner how his day was.
“He’s a real jerk,” the man said.
He also revealed that his girlfriend started playing dead in the middle of the conversations.
‘She won’t respond, but she’ll lay down and stick her tongue out,’ he said.
A third disconcerting aspect of the woman’s personality took the form of her “getting the zoomies” at bedtime and jumping around their bedroom and twerking to get all her energy out.
“I am absolutely at a loss for words, ladies and gentlemen,” Kaine sighed. “I need help, and I think she needs help.”
Many in the comments offered an innocent and heartwarming reason for the woman’s behavior.
“She feels comfortable with you,” one woman wrote. “It’s an honor to be whistled!”
“Stupidity is the truest form of love,” said another.
A third said: ‘You make her so comfortable she lets her inner child out, if you don’t laugh at her you hurt her.’
“It’s not even the final form,” one man revealed. “Wait for the woman to upgrade.”