Post # 1
I’m curious to see if more people do tell vs. don’t tell their SO.
So when someone hits on you do you tell your SO about it or not?
I always tell my SO when it happens at work, it’s just part of my ranting about my job. I work at a hotel and get hit on way more than I should, it’s not like I’m a dancer or anything. And it’s always men who are 20 to 30 years older than me. But the other day a co worker was drunk and started hitting on me. Even though he’s dating my friend and he knows I’m getting married. He was drunk. He walked away and later came back saying the same things. I didn’t want to worry my Fiance about this as it was a co worker that I see every day but since I tell him about everyone else I told him about that too, I felt like I was hiding something if I didn’t. He didn’t get upset though, just said some compliments about me and why people would hit on me.
So am I the only one who tells their SO this? Should I not tell him, not tell him as much or keep tellinghim everything?
Post # 3
I tell my SO whenever I get hit on: we laugh about it
Post # 4
always, i tell my Fiance everything. i would want to know if some chick hit on him.
Post # 5
Only if it was a really funny occurance or super creepy. Otherwise I don’t even remember it.
Post # 6
I always tell my DH everything.
And for some reason it appalls me when someone hits on me, because I’m married. Naive, I know, but it pisses me off; what the hell is wrong with some guys, anyway?
Post # 7
I used to tell him all the time, in an effort to be 100% honest. But I have found that unless it’s associated with a funny story, its not worth mentioning on its own. He’s not the jealous kind, luckily!
Post # 8
I always do because I hate being hit on and I’m always a rude bitch when it happens. Boyfriend likes to hear my bitch stories 🙂
Post # 9
Yeah pretty much always really creepy at my work.
When I get home and am telling him about my day this gets mixed in with it. Plus I don’t want him thinking I hide anything from him so I’m always honest, perhaps too honest at some points
Post # 10
Haha I’m working on the rude part. I’m never rude but I really hate being hit on. But being the nice person I am apparently it makes the weirdos think they have a shot I guess? So I’ve been working on being rude to them. I haven’t gotten very far in that yet,, but I have learned the art of ignoring. I just don’t look at or talk to them when they do this. But I think I have to get a little more tough since some guy says “Do I make your nervous? You’re shy, I’m making you shy I like that” when really I was trying to ignore him.
Post # 11
I used to tell him until he told me how uncomfortable it makes him. Now I don’t, unless it’s something he should know about (i.e. friend, or a celebrity–hey, it happened once! Haha).
Post # 12
for me it all depends on the circumstance – I was hit on recently at work and had to tell him because I’m 4 weeks from having a baby…I’m huge, married and pregnant! who does that? I loved every second of it because I can’t even remember the last time someone hit on me and I’ve been feeling quite disgusting lately.
Post # 13
I always tell SO whenever I get hit on, esp. if it’s something really weird and funny like say if we’re at the mall together and we separate from each other at a department store. I’ll tell him and then we’ll both laugh and he’ll say “that’s kind of a compliment to me…that I have a beautiful and hot gf! :)”
Post # 14
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I tell him either if it’s RIDICULOUS the way the guy did it or if I think a friend will bring it up at a later date, otherwise it’s not worth bothering him about.
Post # 15
I don’t tell him unless it’s an over-the-top example of someone acting the fool, and while I’ve never had one of his friends or my friends hit on me, I would probably tell him simply because of the existing relationships. But I’m not hiding the fact that I occasionally get hit on. It’s just not conversation-worthy.
Post # 16
No, why tell him and potentially upset him over something that means nothing to me? He’s a wee bit jealous so I don’t play into it.