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32 Things To Never Say To Your Girlfriend

Updated on January 28, 2014

Relationships can be a tricky thing, and honesty is very important in relationships. But really, how honest should you be? Sometimes its better to let certain things remain unsaid and just hope for the best. Here are 47 examples of things that are best...well...left unmentioned.

You ate that whole thing!?
You ate that whole thing!?
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Just in case you didn't get 25...

1. "You know who has the prettiest smile? The girl behind you."

2. "Yes, that makes you look fat"

3. "You ate the WHOLE THING?

4. "I have a romantic attraction to blenders"

5. 'Would you be into doing stuff with a blender?"

6. "You sound just like your mother when you say that"

7. "I don't know about 1st, but you could definitely place in the top 10 in a beauty pageant."

8. "So I was playing dungeons and dragons....

9. "Did you fall from heaven? That must be how you messed up your face."

10. "Yeah, cool story babe. Anyways..."

11. "Your hair looks like a badger attacked it."

12. "You smell like old mac and cheese. That's super hot."

13. "Your eyes are the color of toilet water."

14. "My idea of a romantic dinner? I don't know...taco bell or something?"

15. "What was your last name again?"

16. "Whoa...this is a relationship?"

17. "Why can't girls be more like guys?"

18. "No more movie dates? But now I have to (gasp) find ways to make conversation!"

19. "You remind me of this dude I used to hang out with."

20. "Oh. (Sigh) It's you."

21. "Sorry, I can't go. I've got a...thing."

22. "Love is a very strong word."

23. "So I was on the internet last night, and I got this great idea!"

24. "So, I'm not sure if I should tell you this..."

25. "You know what's really fun and rhymes with Golyamorous?

26. "There's some good news and some bad news..."

27. "I love it when you go for the trashy stripper look!"

28. "You're like a meal at Denny's. You're not that great but you're pleasantly familiar.

29. "I probably couldn't go a single day without you. Okay...so that's an overstatement, but..."

30. "You know, your face is beautiful. But it's also blocking the TV. Can you move it?

31. "You're almost just what I've been looking for"

32. Do you have to try to be a nag or does it happen naturally?

Have something else you should never ever say to a girlfriend? Leave it in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

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      4 years ago

      A womans place is in the kitchen and at home. Instant hate. say good buy to that girlfriend.

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      rose-the planner 4 years ago from Toronto, Ontario-Canada

      "You remind me of this dude I used to hang out with." "You're like a meal at Denny's. You're not that great but you're pleasantly familiar." LOL, LOL.................you're too much! These are definitely 32 things you don't say to a girl! A thoroughly entertaining hub. (Voted Up) -Rose

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      JJ Tyson 4 years ago from Chapel Hill, NC

      Hahaha those responses to passing comments will get you every time. I'm glad you enjoyed this hub. Thanks for reading and for the funny story. =)

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      Angie Martin 4 years ago from Frazier Park, California

      Awesome hub - very funny! My 18-year old son has now been in the longest relationship for him - 13 months now. A few months ago, he told me a story that his girlfriend was upset at him and he didn't know why. She made a comment to him: "My cousin is so pretty." He responded with, "Yeah, she is." Even though it was an off-handed comment, she was upset. I had to explain to him that when a girl says someone else is pretty, the only appropriate response is, "Not as pretty as you are." I'm going to make him read this hub tonight when he gets home from work :)

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