A few days ago, on Christmas day, I went 12 miles into town to the hospital I work at; my boyfriend at the time worked for an agency, and they had sent him there for the day to work. I went in because I had some coworkers I wanted to say Merry Christmas to, and I also wanted to see him since I knew he wasn't getting off work till late (7-8ish). On the way back home, the mud threw my car into the ditch, I got stuck in the snow (of course), and I had to have my dad come pull me out.
At the end of the day, I went back to my house where I live with my parents. My aunt, uncle, and their two young children were spending the night with us. At about 8 pm, I get a call from my then-boyfriend, wanting me to "come pick him up." I asked him if he was stuck or something, and he replied, "no, I just don't want to drive any further." He drove 2 miles down the 7 mile dirt road, and then decided to call me and have me come get him. I told him it was getting late, my aunt was putting her kids to bed, and I would look like a complete idiot if I just up and left. He got mad at me, said "fine," and turned around and went home.
A few days later after mostly ignoring me or just being flat out rude, he tells me that if I had come to get him, he might actually still like me. Then he dumped me.
So I just want someone to answer, should I seriously have gone to get him, or should he have manned up and drove the 5 miles? Am I in the wrong here?
hell yeah, stupid man, he acted more like a child than a man, he can drive, just because he didnt want to anymore is no reason for you to drop everything and be his chauffeur u did the right thing he is just being an a$$