Give Me Kisses, But Hold The Grilled Cheese.
My "roomie" and I have been trying to discuss our lack of intimacy more lately. I think I'm being reasonable in my approach, but he continues to be defensive.
When I got home from work yesterday, he exaggeratedly kissed me (open mouth), but he had been eating something (grilled cheese). I didn't know what the heck it was at the time and squirmed away and eventually spit out what was still unknown to me.
He semi jokingly said, "How could you be so insulting when I try to kiss you? I feel so rejected! I'll never try to kiss you again!!"
I told him he shouldn't mock the issue.
He said, "Gawd knows how hurt and angry you'd be if I did that to you!"
I said, "I would never kiss you with pre-masticated food in my mouth. If I knew something that I did or didn't do bothered you, I would be sure to desist that behaviour."
He said, "What does that have to do with anything? I was just trying to do what pleases you. I thought you liked grill cheese."
Really? Should I have accepted that kiss, nasty as it was? If he had wine in his mouth and shared it with me through a kiss, yum, but grilled cheese?