If someone were to totally dis your significant other, and defending their honor meant doing something that (to you) was incredibly distasteful, what would you do? Say, you and your other half both work at the same job. They have a ride to work but you don't therefore you have to ride with their mother, which they prefer not to do. Now, lets say these people driving them have more than enough room in their car, they have met you, and you have been nothing but nice to them and even offered them $20 a week for gas, yet when your other half asked if you could ride along the beat around the bush with wishy washy answers that basically equated to a "NO." To me, that is the equivalent to a straight up dis toward my girlfriend. In that case I'd say we are a package deal and refusing her is the same as refusing me, sorry can't ride with you anymore - uncomfortable as it was, I'd go in my mom's car. Yet in this situation my girlfriend continues to ride with these people, which to me, says that she supports them dissing me. Sorry, but had to get that off my chest. It's just the way I feel: When someone has a significant other that has been nothing but right to you, there is no reason you should accept one, but refuse the other. It's just weird.