A Reddit user posted a spreadsheet her husband created that documented the reasons she gave for turning down his advances.
"My husband [M26] sent me [F26] an immature, inflammatory email as I was driving to the airport for a 10-day work trip," she posted under /r/relationships, using web shorthand to say both she and her hubbie are 26. "Now he has cut contact."
Some of the excuses cited include, "I'm sweaty and gross," "You're too drunk," and "I'm watching my show."
The post had more than 500 comments before it was locked, preventing further comments. Reddit users were divided between encouraging the poster and defending her husband.
"Tell him you love him, things have been crazy with all of the stuff going on, but you will work it out," one person wrote.
"The email is that of a man who is equally desperate and angry. A man who encountered so much unacknowledged [sic] rejections that he needs to count them," another Reddit user posted.
But you have to give the guy points for persistence. According to his records, he tried to initiate intimacy every day between June 3 and July 16.
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