I can't speak for the OP, but I completely understand when one 1/2 of the couple says, for instance, "I was at Wherever w/ BF" or "BF & I are buying a lawn mower", but I for one get a little when I ask you if you like, say, a certain movie, and you answer w/ an automatic "BF & I love that movie."
While I understand BF is your one and only, and you think about him constantly when you're away from him, sometimes I'm just interested to hear what *your* likes or dislikes are. Hope that doesn't sound snarky.
My boyfriend and I can't understand this attitude. We love agreeing on everything. In fact, we simply can't fathom a situation where we would ever disgree, as we feel that something like that would be a huge affront to our relationship
and an indication that we don't truly "wuv" each other. We simply can't bear the idea of having an independent opinion or thought - it would just upset us too much. We love the idea that we are a single identity in two bodies!
And we don't like gravy on our steak, only ketchup. And too much salt on our french fries makes us cranky and raises our cholesterol, etc etc.