When you've been in a long-term relationship with someone, you're going to argue with them. Just make sure that when you do start an argument, it's for a good reason.
Often, it's so easy to complain and bicker about things that don't matter at all. Which really doesn't make sense, when you think about it. If you're going to have an argument, make it worth something that'll have you grow as a couple.
But to sit around and seriously get angry about inconsequential stuff like this? It doesn't make any sense.
Like, OK, breathing too loudly can be annoying, but how can you fall asleep to the TV?
The following argument makes zero sense as well, because Die Hard totally is a Christmas movie.
He who wields the remote, wields the power. Even if you both are just going to sit there watching House Hunters International.
This argument can be settled easily: just compare one another's driving records. Case closed.
Well maybe if a certain somebody would finally make up their mind....
I'd actually just get upset at my SO making a Friends reference.
It's not like the toothpaste dries out or anything.
No, you were not saving the leftovers. You were saving the possibility of eating those leftovers. They were just going to go in the trash. You know it. I know it, so let's stop this charade right here, right now. I bit the bullet and ate the cold chicken.
It'll come to Netflix eventually.
This is a good one to talk about, TBH.
Honesty is the best policy.
Nothing illuminating can come from this at all.
We can all agree that they slow down web pages a considerable amount.
Now maybe we can dive into an argument that's ultimately worth it, like the fact that you settled into your job and way of life and are, therefore, settling for me and our relationship, because everything's connected. So if you're not going for the best life possible, then there's no way you and I are truly in love.
Or I can ream you out for not taking the trash out.
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