He's either doing something that he doesnt want you to know about. i.e. cheating, talking to exgirlfriend, hanging out with that "bad influence" freind you told him was no good; OR he doesn't want you to know his personal life because he doesn't trust you, even if he has nothing to hide. Either way, has time in the bedrooom lost its steam? Try to start there.... he'll forget all about his cellphone.
>This person might become more secretive >Become angry and/or rebellious >Act out or become secluded
because he thinks your wierd
an angry husband
because he was a fegot
He thinks it's poisoned.
The song Angry All the Time, is about a wife is upset with her husband. She has resentment towards him. In the song, the husband is singing about how the wife is always angry and resentful. In the song he is letting her know that the issues in the relationship are not all because of him.
She thinks it is another cat on her turf.
She at first thinks about Tybalt and how she is unhappy that he's dead. She then gets angry at Romeo for killing him. Then she gets angry with herself for getting mad at her husband. Then she realizes that because Romeo is banished, they will be separated, and she gets very sad indeed.
Turtle Wexler did because she was angry.
Cause you stole half his stuff!
She would get annoyed and angry at the same time is my guess.
Henry VIII was angry with the people because Henry thinks that the people living here was unnecessary, so he just killed them.
Tybalt is angry that a Montague is attending a the Capulets Feast. He thinks Romeo is trying to make a mockery of them
It depends if u want to do it nicely or angry..... just kick him out
it means they are angry at u like uve touched then and uve hurt them
You are in a abusive relationship that can get extremely worse if you don't get out or he doesn't get help. You need to do what is best for your safety and staying in this relationship would be hazardous.
The woman was angry after she found her husband was cheating on her.Never go near an angry elephant.Angry is an adjective in a sentence. It means to be mad or very disappointed.Her dad was very angry when she came home two hours later than she had said.That horse was so angry, it could kill someone."I'm just so angry at him," Stace said, frowning.
Her husband has probably cheated on her more than once and any woman who is loyal to their husband and finds out they have cheated is extremely hurt and certainly will become angry, but few seek revenge. If you feel threatened by her and you know her ex then the three of you should meet and you tell her right to her face you had nothing to do with him; get up and tell the two of them to grow up and he should tell her the truth and then walk away (do this in a public place.)
because he will help you with things and will not get angry with you if you do something wrong that's not that bad
If he always gets angry or argues with whatever she has to say
warning: Obviously major spoilers! But yeah in a way she is, shes upset to. shes not angry directly at gale but whenever she thinks of the bomb that killed her sister she thinks of Gale because it was his idea. Of course he didn't know what the bomb would be used for, but whenever she thinks of it all of the feelings of grief and hurt and loss will be tied to him now. so in a way she is angry at him but more upset.
The stereotype is the husband who is always yelled at by the wife. The wife is the whiny, angry, and impatient woman who always tells the husband what to do.
Tybalt is her cousin. Romeo is her husband. Her mother and her nurse are angry at Romeo for killing Tybalt. Should she be angry also or stick by her man?
An adjective describes a noun and should not be confused with an adverb, which describes a verb. For example, in the sentence, "The angry husband viciously yelled at his wife," "angry" is an adjective and "viciously" is an adverb.