I love being a James Bond fanatic, I constantly watch the films, I read only Bond related books, I listen to the soundtracks rather than the radio and I try to spend as much of my disposable income on the Bond merchandise, but there is just one small blot on my otherwise perfect existence and that's having to share my world with a partner who dosen't appreciate the necessity of immersing oneself totally in the world of Bond.
Don't get me wrong I love my wife dearly and in every other area she is a lovely and perfectly reasonable woman, but try as I might I can't seem to make her understand that James Bond is far more important than shoes, handbags, soaps, the kids and stuff like that! It's not that I haven't tried to educate her, I've spent many the hour while watching the films with her giving her a running commentary on various facts and trivia and generally just being 'really interesting', but for some reason she refuses to immerse herself in the subject. It's not that she hasn't got a sufficient grasp of the subject, thanks to my efforts she is now very knowledgeable about James Bond, but she seems content just wasting her life on real friends, family and a variety of interests and hobbies that bear no relation to 007.
Has anyone else been unfortunate enough to be struck by this strange bewildering phenomena of living with a partner who dosen't like the world of 007, and if so any suggestions on what I can do? :)