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AITA for breaking up with my girlfriend over my video games.

so I have a decent video collection, I will not post pictures as I do not want this post linked to my actual account.

my girlfriend of 2 years 25f and me 24f decided we wanted to move in together, she kinda mentioned getting rid of my collection but I thought she was joking so I brushed it off. turns out she wanted me to get rid of my whole video game collection, some of my games are worth some money and I've been keeping them so they can become more expensive. my collection is also 3 years of me thrift shopping and I do not want to throw that away, I tried to explain it but she refused and told me that I did not love her enough to make this sacrifice.

about 2/3 days ago she called me and said it's me or the fucking video games. I chose the games and she hung up on me.

everyone that I've spoken to (excluding a few people) have been telling me I fucked up, and that I should of picked her over some games.

AITA?

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I am a shared account.Moderator of r/AmItheAsshole, speaking officiallyScore hidden · 1 month ago · Stickied comment

Stop going too far about the girlfriend, stop fighting over what counts as a valid hobby at OP's age.

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Asshole Enthusiast [9]25.4k points · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago
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NTA, ultimatums are stupid and unfair and if she's willing to make this big of a deal over a videogame collection (which you presumably purchased with your own money) it doesn't bode well for the future.

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Asshole Aficionado [17]6.4k points · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago

Exactly. OP would be better off finding someone that isn't trying to be so controlling, and maybe even someone that shares his her interests.

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1.9k points · 1 month ago

*her interests. OP is female.

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1.3k points · 1 month ago

Wow, how did they go two years without having already moved in together?

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Something, something, lesbians and u-hauls.

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709 points · 1 month ago

Yeah, OP has beaten the (surprisingly true) stereotype.

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499 points · 1 month ago

I was surprised to learn how fast lesbian couples move. I kinda get it, since it's hard to meet women as a woman (at least it is for me, and I've been told I'm lovely and beautiful). My first time seeing it was when a lesbian couple at my work got hitched within a couple months of dating.

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My mate (who's a lesbian) has a favourite joke:

What do lesbians bring on a second date?

E V E R Y T H I N G

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249 points · 1 month ago

Oh my god, that's hilarious. I'm totally using that!

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I always heard U-Haul but same same

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My wife literally picked me up for our second date in a U-haul because she happened to be moving at that time and we don’t have cars lol. We waited six months to move in, got engaged after a year, we are currently blissfully married :)

The stereotype might partly be from how it’s harder to meet other girls but mostly I think it’s the idea that girls are, well, both girls who are on the same page about wanting to move in together and be domestic and cozy. What can I say, we did it.

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269 points · 1 month ago

Do you need a U-haul when you already own a Subaru?

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You get one of the U-haul trailers in this case.

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189 points · 1 month ago

I think 2 years is a decent grace period to get a feel if you could tolerate the next step of moving in

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