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How do you deal with a friends husband coming on to you?
February 24, 2010
2:53 am
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My dear it was a joke.

I know..but I wasn't kidding about the electric surge that went through my pc..was sort of cool

yet a little ..umm..overwhelming?

wonder if it will do it again..?

guess I'll have to wait and see..

February 24, 2010
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"Lashmar" wrote:
I have no idea to be honest. I don't like trying to describe relationships because I have the emotional range of a teaspoon. Laugh Laugh Laugh

Taken completely out of context, for which I apologise profusely.

I just wanted to point and laugh at said comment as I found it highly amusing. Laugh Laugh Sorry Lash. Was a daft thing to say.

February 24, 2010
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That's okay. You can laugh at that because it's true. Laugh

Happy, Sad, Angry...that's pretty much all I was born with, everything else just goes over my head. Laugh Laugh Laugh

Read between the lies

October 4, 2010
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You can try carrying around with you a portable voice recorder.

They make them with memory cards and voice activated.

I would imagine most men and women would not really want to tell their mates that their friends mate is hitting on them. Most would fear not being believed.

Having a recording of them would put all that to rest.

It still will not be a good situation, but at least you are covered.

October 5, 2010
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Problem is, soo many (not all of course) women can be very devious in leading other men on is subtle ways. There are many women out there I am sure, that would subtly lead another friends husband on but only have him acting on their cues and later report it to the wife of the husband (their supposed friend) as if their husband was a complete cheat on and on. Not saying its ok for any husband to have an affair, but I don't see anything wrong with flirting. Unless a friends husband physically crossed a line, keep your mouth shut or you're only a trouble maker, no less guilty by association! As if there are alot of Men out there that would just totally come on to his wifes friend without a cue. GIMME A BREAK! 🙄 🙄 🙄 🙄

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