alright i want to know if i am wrong here or if i am once again being badgered for no reason. is it normal, in the course of conversations, to ask questions? example--i really need to get to work tomorrow. been blowing off work kind of consistently and now i need to get it back into gear. normally my roommate and i ride in together. 50 mi trek there and 50 miles home each day. right now her reasons for going are not open so i, alone, really have to make he trip. i dont like to cuz the car i drive by myself has no heat and it winter here so i often take a train. the train is a 20 minute drive and she still has to at least bring me there in the morning. so i was talking to her and asking what the plan was for the morning and she cuts me off and asks why do i need to ask so many questions? i think i should know what we are doing before we do it but apparently not. but it keeps happening like that, i ask hey, why did you unplug so and so an she replies, y do you talk so much is it because you like to hear your own voice. is this normal. she will not answer most of my questions without first telling me i ask too many or its not my business or something like that. do all people interact this way? btw i guess i am talking about relationship people. we are not together but together at the same time.
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