(Closed) Is kissing someone when you’re in a relationship, when you’re drunk, cheating?

posted 9 years ago in Waiting
Post # 47
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2019

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@Peachcream:  cheating on your SO is disrespecting them and your relationship, but you see it differently it seems

Post # 48
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@elisa1128:  I’m sorry you, someone who doesn’t even know the first thing about me, is so quick to make judgements about me, when I haven’t even judged the OP.  I just feel sorry for her SO and I’m trying to save her some trouble down the road.  It’s kind of funny that you automatically assume I’m angry though when I’ve done nothing to give anyone that sort of impression XD  You would know it if I was trust me!

 

I don’t think its fair to call someone repressed just because they regard any other man besides her fiance to be below notice compared to the man she is with.  I regard him so highly anything else is second best, its as simple as that.  Why would I want a burger when I have filet mignon at home ;D

Post # 49
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Helper bee
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@Jacqui90:  I bet you anything that is not true of your Fiance. Either that or his hormone levels are imbalanced, because a man with normal testosterone is certainly going to find other women attractive. He probably doesn’t have any interest in actually sleeping with them, but if he’s not attracted to them there’s something wrong.

Post # 50
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Sugar bee
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@OP , Question, Do you trust your  SO to go out drinking with his Girl firends? would you accept it as a “mistake”? 

Post # 51
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Buzzing Beekeeper
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@Jade33:  why do you say that? if women are able to not find any other men attractive, why can’t it be the same for men with other women? he may be different to most men sure, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing that he doesn’t find other women attractive, i’m really glad he doesn’t to be honest 🙂

Post # 52
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2013

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@Steampunk Angel:    Go read your replies and then tell me you have no idea why I may have thought you were angry.  

As for calling you repressed , I apologize.  I realized I kind of jumped the gun on that and did in fact edit my original post.  (comment moderated for personal attack)

Post # 54
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@elisa1128:  You are more than entitled to your opinion, and I realise the way I tend to write gives me the impression of being a bit condescending at times, which is unintentional.  I’m accustomed to teaching and instructing and I have strong opinions, I regret that you choose to see that as being nasty to someone.  I’d hate for you to see someone who was actually being nasty, it might totally shock you just how cruel people can be sadly… But, you don’t have to like me, not everyone likes all kinds of people regardless if they are bad or not!  Apology accepted 🙂

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@Jacqui90:  I agree with just about everything you say!  I also seriously doubt that my fiance ever crushes on other women either, its just how he is.  Everyone that knows him agrees, there is nothing wrong with all of their testosterone being directed at one person, trust me 😉

 

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@Jade33:  Thank you!  And yeah, I get that.  You talk about it with each other, that makes all the difference.  When you keep things from each other there will always be that wall, and you can’t really connect with someone if you are keeping potentially harmful secrets from them.  My sister isn’t like me, she sees nothing wrong with looking at the menu even after you’ve ordered so to speak, but she would never cheat either.  So while I’m not saying don’t ever notice anyone else, when I hear the word “crush” it doesn’t impart to me any sort of feeling that it’s just being attracted to their appearance.  Crush to me = emotional.  That’s the way I was taking it being described as anyway.

Post # 55
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@Peachcream:  *shrug*  That’s your opinion.  Just know that I would be doing you a disservice to only tell you what you want to hear, instead of telling you the hard thing is sometimes the best thing to do.  I hope that you never have to find out the hard way and that everything works out, but I’m not going to lie to you even if that’s what you want me to do, sorry.

Post # 56
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

@Peachcream, I went back and looked through your previous posts and I realized your boyfriend is deployed at the moment.  That made me so sad.   Somehow the military guys and girls allways find out when things like this happen…

Post # 59
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

[Comment moderated for baiting.]

Anyway, good luck with starting your relationship/marriage on a lie.  Whatever lets you sleep at night.

I’m going to go ahead and flag this post because she really isn’t looking for advice or opinions.  In fact, it is baiting.

Post # 61
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2013

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@mrsbruff2b:  

 

How about , if you have nothing nice to say , don’t say anything at all ?   I like how you try to add insult to injury.   If you think she’s trolling , why feed it ?

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