My husband 'Justin' started spending a lot of time inside the bathroom after we moved into our new home....We're talking 45min for just "peeing" 4-5 times a day. It's so irritating but since he uses the guests bathroom, this only annoyed me when I'm waiting for him to eat or go out or do anything together or even when we have guests over.
Days ago, he took me out for dinner after he got off work. We get to the restaurant, Sat at the table and look at the menu. Once the waitress came and took our orders. Justin started looking around saying he needed to go to the restroom. I felt something was wrong and kept worrying about him wanting to use the restroom and staying there for a long time. So before he went, I gently reminded him that we were at a restaurant therefor he shouldn't take too long inside the restroom. he made a face and told me to knock it off because he'd be back in a minute.
10 minutes passed and I felt annoyed. Another 8 or so passed and he was still in there. I literally started calling his phone and texting him to get out when our order arrived. I was getting fed up and the food was getting cold so I entered the men's restroom looking embarrassed as hell and coming behind each door asking if he was in there. Til he replied that he'd be out in few seconds.
I went back to the table and started eating after over 5 minutes of waiting. I called his phone one last time after I was finished but he hung up on me. I was very very upset I just asked the waitress to split the bill, paid, left a tip and walked out. I got home by uber (I can't drive for my medical condition) and nearly 20 minutes later Justin got home looking upset asking what the heck I just did. He asked why I left him there and went home all a sudden. I told him he was taking too much time in the restroom and had me wait for nearly 40min while dinner was cold and I was starving. He pitched a fit and gave a lecture about how selfish I was to abandon him there even though I called and he hung up but he said his battery died. He said he thought our meal was going to take time so he went to use the restroom and I should've waited for him a little longer after I notified him about the meal but I was too selfish. I snapped and said this will in fact be the last time we go out for dinner if he's going to act like that. This was irrating not just for me but the public as well, Imagine keeping the restroom busy for 40 minutes where customers need it. Thank goodness the place wasn't packed. I told him that and he gave me the nastiest look I've ever seen and said I was at fault for leaving and ruining our dinner together. he said he was only upset that I paid for my dinner even though he was the one who invited me out.
Should I have just waited?
Edit to say that he doesn't have a medical condition, otherwise I would've mentioned it. And yes he takes his phone with him every time.
Edit 2 I forgot to mention our ages. I'm 28 and he's 32. We've been married for over a year.
This is a summary of the drivers, team principals and commentators who have been vocal enough to voice their opinion on the collision between Hamilton and Max on Sunday. Do let me know if I‘ve missed any or made any errors.
Drivers (past and present)
Daniel Ricciardo: Lewis error (unintentional)
Mark Webber: Lewis error (unintentional)
Alex Albon (bias RB): unclear but implied neither at fault?
Charles Leclerc: Racing incident
Jolyon Palmer: Racing incident
Fernando Alonso: Racing incident
David Coulthard (bias RB): Lewis error (unintentional)
Martin Brundle: Racing incident
Jenson Button: Lewis error (unintentional)
Karun Chandhok: Racing incident
Will Buxton: Racing incident
Otmar Szafnauer (bias Merc): Racing incident
Lawrence Barretto: Max error (unintentional)
Basically irrelevant (bias...)
Toto Wolff: Racing incident
Christian Horner: Penalty inappropriate, Lewis error (intentional)
Lewis Hamilton: Max error (unintentional)
Helmut Marko: Penalty inappropriate, Lewis error (intentional)
I’ve only written bias for the the parties that are currently in an official working relationship with the team involved.
Obviously many more things have to be taken into account when considering bias such as past conflicts between the above drivers and Lewis/Max, friendships between the above drivers and Lewis/Max, a tendency for drivers to label things as racing incidents to avoid getting involved and for the Brits to support British drivers but to avoid over-generalising, I’ll just leave that to your consideration.
Personally if I had to choose a side, I would say it was more of Lewis’s error than Max, definitely unintentional and that a 10sec time penalty was appropriate. However, I’m no racing driver and I’ve only watched F1 since 2006, and I actually prefer for incidents like these to be labelled as racing incidents. I believe as F1 fans we want more wheel-to-wheel racing but with wheel-to-wheel racing, collisions like this become inevitable over time. The reality of it is that they are unavoidable and we shouldn’t be abusing drivers for making these mistakes every single time. I fully agree with calling out mistakes but verbal abuse like this is beyond uncalled for. Every driver on the grid has punted another driver off accidentally at some point in their career but that doesn’t define their character or driving ability. On Sunday, neither party was willing to back out and it was good, hard racing but with a very unfortunate consequence for Max.
changed Buxton’s opinion from Lewis error to racing incident
shifted Brundle and Karun to past driver
added Karun Chandhok and Jenson Button’s view
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