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  • Very often. It sort of pisses me off but it's not a big deal. I've learned to expect that as a basic function of an argument.
  • I can handle it easily coz God gifted me with a good brave heart and i am not moves with such small things! If every person started sobbing on such small things, life would be ruined!
  • NO...BUT HE DID CALL ME A BITCH! AND I KICKED HIS ASS, & AND I SHOWED HIM A BITCH!....LOL...ASK HIM WHOS THE BITCH NOW! LMAO
  • I have been with a partner that called me names, it might just be stupid now but the names are going to grow harsher and worse. I always stopped and thought do i really deserve to be called names by a person who is suppose to love me? Ya know, Once the name calling starts, stop the fight walk away don't bounce our name calling off each other because your going to just hurt each others feelings. Fight like adults, or try talking. I am not with that person anymore. I hope this helps you.
  • I have NEVER been called a "Name" by a S/O ... Actually; anyone who knows me , knows better ... IF you partner or S/O calls you simple names at first ; look out for more harsh names and possibly even violence down the line .... Might be time to re-think the relationship before it is too late.
  • Yes and I say " That just shows what a fool you are to marry someone that you knew was stupid." That shut him up. After af few years he does not do that anymore.
  • No. I've only really argued with one girlfriend and she sucked at arguing, so I could usually shut her up in two or three sentances. I don't really like to argue. If it starts to go in that direction, I'll usually stop and think everything through and steer it back in the direction of a discussion.
  • You have to diffuse things like this. I don't let stuff like this get to me. Call me stupid, fat, lazy, whatever you like. If you don't like it, you know where the door is. Call me a name in public though, and you're dead to me. That's just bad for business.
  • I have an honours degree and he has no qualifications whatever so that word does rather rile me. I just keep calm and tell him straight that I may be a lot of things, but stupid isn't one of them.
  • I have been with my s/o ten years now and she has never called me any derogatory names during an arguement I never let the arguement get that far I very quickly defuse the situation and give her a hug and then she is fine....it works every time :)
  • We so rarely argue, maybe 2-3 times in 40 years but he has never called me a name and I have never called him one.
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  • My current girlfriend has never called me stupid but she might say that something I did or said was stupid. If you really feel like your partner is stupid then why would you be with them, you know? Ive had exs call me stupid and all kinds of other names before we broke up but they got over it and we are friends now.
  • No, he hasn't. We love each other and try to be respectful even when we disagree. It is not always easy, but it's worth it. That is this man. I HAVE been involved with men that were not so careful with my heart.
  • Oh yeah he called me stupid one time. I handled it very immaturely saying "NO YOU'RE STUPID!!!" I mean I was right but I could have thought of a better comeback than that lol!
  • She may have called me stupid a time or two (and maybe well deserved), but I never called her that. I normally tell her how much smarter than me she is. ;)
  • Yeah but usually its "quit acting stupid" or "I know your not that stupid". either way I never really care because no matter what is said we always discuss it to the point we resolve what ever issue was there. Also I'm pretty thick skinned.
  • Stupid, is probably the nicest thing he called me, he is my ex husband now.
  • Yes, when he and I are having heated arguments or if I say something that he becomes offensive to...he often pulls out the "stupid card". I handle it by knowing that sometimes when people argue they say things that they don't mean. I'm not innocent to that either... However, whenever he does it I still get really upset, but I try not to show it to keep the argument from escalating.
  • Most importantly, we NEVER argue. We aren't into "loud discussions" either. And he would NEVER call me stupid, nor would I call him that.
  • In my entire life no one has ever called me "stupid". If my partner did, he would not be my partner for long. Name-calling is childish, mean-spirited and hurtful. Why would I want to be with anyone like that? Happy Wednesday to you! :)
  • I am guilty of that - i always call my partner stupid, moron,things like that.... words hurt so i try to refrain myself now
  • no he says 'silly' that 'i need to stop being silly' and hes usually right he will not ever call me stupid its rude, mean and pointless. arguments are 'supposed' to discuss important issues, not name calling and huting the others feelings
  • I don't handle any name-calling very well... And being called that by my partner breaks a lot of my faith in him... But we try to refrain from any name-calling and discuss our problems reasonably and calmly...
  • Nah,non plus "adjective".
  • I have been called that & sadly even worse. I try my best to consider the circumstances & remember somethings are said when under a lot of pressure and in the heat of the moment that are not meant.
  • I haven't been called stupid, but if there is any kind of passive aggressive behavior or rare altercations, now I just calmly point out that I am the one that has held a job at the same place for the past 18 years so I must be doing something right.
  • he has NEVER called me names, stupid or otherwise. We have VERY seldom argued, and when we have, he will usually leave the conversation if he gets angry. But thats ok, because I know once I have stated how I feel, he will consider it further on his own, without me having to nag at him. I trust that he will correct the problem and he does, and vice versa.
  • No I havn't been called stupid, and I don't call people stupid. +

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