Gf: why the hell are you giving away my magazine like you fon't know it's mine!
BF: I didn't give it away, she just asked to read it.
GF: I don't give a fuck! It's my magazine & I wantee to be th first one to read it. You should've brought it to me instead of fucking sitting out here.
GF: You ain't got shit to say now huh, because you know you eere wrong.
She goes into her apt. & slams the door. A few seconds go by & the foor opens & you see his stuff flying out. Clothes, shoes, hats & letters. As she was throwing out the letters, dhe said "let people read your shit, not mine!" Like usual, he looked so embarrassed & apologized to us. We're in the house now ith the kids & he is outside trying to get in his place. Dh told him he could hang out at our place until she cools down. He said that would only make it worst & his gf would start another argument about him not caring that she was mad & was over having fun with a friend.
I feel so bad, because if I didn't ask to read the magazine, he wouldn't be in trouble right now.
Update: He eventually got in the apt. & brought his stuff in. He came over a little bit ago to return a game dh let him borrow. He told dh that she said she doesn't like us anymore & doesn't want him to talk to us anymore. Dh asked why she didn't like us & he said she felt like he was more concern about us when he sat outside after opening the mail & then let me read HER magazine. He wanted to let dh know, so dh doesn't think that he is ignoring him or being rude when dh says hi to him. This guy never goes anywhere because he is not allow to. When he gets off work, he is at home(which really is no big deal, if she wasn't so pyscho with everything else). She even has to go down to the corner store with him. Now, he isn't allowed to talk to dh or hang out with dh out in the carport. They didn't hang out much, maybe twice a month, the guys will get together outside & bbq, but now he can't. He already can't talk/hang out with our other neighbor , because he told her bf in front of her that he needs to stand up for himself.