Man tells girlfriend she smells after admitting she only washes once a week

A man is having problems in his relationship after telling his girlfriend she smells "gross".

Posting the story anonymously, the lad didn't want to tell his partner that her hygiene routine is poor, but in the end he did.

She asked how her hair was and he answered saying it was "gross" and needed to be washed more often.

Understandably the woman was furious with her partner's comments before calling him jealous as he was bald.

He wrote on Reddit: "My girlfriend has really long curly hair. It's very pretty but she only washes it once a week.

"She still showers every day but only washes her hair on Sundays."

He added: "I think this is very gross.

"It doesn't start to look greasy until the last two days and by this time she puts it up when we're out in public so you can't tell.

"But she wears it down when we're home and I don't like the look of it.

"I've always had a problem with germs and the look of her oily scalp makes me uncomfortable."

He continued: "The other day I told her I didn't like that she doesn't wash her hair more and that it looks gross.

"She got offended and told me I didn't deserve an opinion on her hair because I don't have any."

Soon after sharing his story online, the man was flooded with comments from Reddit users.

One said: "You get no say in the matter. Your insecurities about germs are a you problem, not hers.

"And an oily scalp has nothing to do with germs. Don't lose your hair over something like this."

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Another added: "It is actually very reasonable to wash your hair infrequently.

"I have long curly hair, it's grown much healthier and fallen out a lot less washing it maybe twice a week.

"Those oils are good for your hair and scalp.

"Especially if she has curly hair, over-washing can make your hair dull and frizzy."

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