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#406935 - 12/21/10 09:03 PM Re: male friend getting married [Re: MW1]  
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I agree with you, MW1


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#407045 - 12/23/10 03:46 PM Re: male friend getting married [Re: MW1]  
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Same here, it would really bothers me a lot when my husband go with another woman especially if their only two of them.


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#418180 - 09/19/11 04:15 AM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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Does it make a difference to you guys if the woman friend was in the picture for a decade already as a hiking buddy?

I mean, i've been a constant and true friend all this time. That must count for something. I should not be penalized for having a vajajay. smile


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#418218 - 09/19/11 11:16 PM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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i believe once married ...you can have oppositie sex friends BUT..never should go out with the oppositie sex for any activity alone, nor should the opposite sex friend come to the house while the spouse is not there...

after all YOUR MARRIED.

if you do things you do it in mixed group not alone...i dont care how long each may have known each other.

#418219 - 09/19/11 11:23 PM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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A lot depends on the people and the situation.

When I was working, and was friendly with some male colleagues, I might sometimes have lunch with one or other of them. No problem. It felt innocent to me and my husband wasn't worried at all. But my Dad found it very odd.

My husband has to work with female colleagues, which may include having lunch together or working away from home. I trust him, so that's ok.

But, as I indicated, before, if he told me that he was going on a long hike, alone in the countryside, with another woman, then I would not like it at all.

Of course, if ~ as in your case ~ this was something that had been happening long before I met him, then I really don't know how I would react. smile


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#418223 - 09/20/11 12:47 AM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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Maybe this is a generational gap thing. I am starting to resent being female.


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#418225 - 09/20/11 01:22 AM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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never known ethics and moral's to be generational.


#418226 - 09/20/11 01:44 AM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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i disagree this is a moral/ethical issue.


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#418240 - 09/20/11 03:59 AM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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thats what im saying jilly...it shouldnt be a generational thing.

#418247 - 09/20/11 06:22 AM Re: male friend getting married [Re: jilly]  
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It's a tough thing to figure out. Sigh. Most of my friends are men and I have lost so many once they get married. Sometimes I think I would have been better off born male. :P


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