How do I get my boyfriend to stop playing loud music in the house. I don't want to do it mean...
but I like classical music and sometimes rap music can get annoying when you hear it absolutely too much!
You could suggest to him that he use the headphones that allow him to hear the music; but, no one else. They are not cabled so he can wear them anywhere in the house without worrying about the wires getting caught. Explain your feelings about his music to him and request that he try the headphones for your sake. I wish you success!
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