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I'm sure you'd feel the exact same way if your boyfriend did this with a woman. Men doing this is something every woman bitches about ENDLESSLY. Women seem to think there's a double standard where when a man does something it's "wrong" and when a woman does something it's "ok". Then women wonder why men don't respect or trust them. It's because they can't because of double-standards like that. Worse yet, you're from my neck of the woods.

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it is disrespectful. just because it's common knowledge that people are attracted to other people (gasp!) doesn't mean that your SO has to ogle people in front of you to the point where he/she can't function.

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...clearly the relationship wasn't that "secure" if the dumping happened so quickly after the glance at the "hardened stomach muscles"... and why are people turning this into "guys do it so why can't girls?" its not about the glance at another dude, its about the distraction being so intense that she walked into a pole. if a guy i was with walked into a pole because he was so distracted by another girl, that would be just as insulting. ...though really, i think laughing as a response would suffice, since the pole would probably teach the best lesson in this story.

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The point is she was so engrossed that she hurt herself. THAT is disrespectful. There is absolutely nothing wrong with looking, but you shouldn't be getting caught either. Especially not after physical injury. ROFLMAO...I can only hope OP dusted herself off and got Hot Guy w/ Abs' phone number.

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I'm sure you'd feel the exact same way if your boyfriend did this with a woman. Men doing this is something every woman bitches about ENDLESSLY. Women seem to think there's a double standard where when a man does something it's "wrong" and when a woman does something it's "ok". Then women wonder why men don't respect or trust them. It's because they can't because of double-standards like that. Worse yet, you're from my neck of the woods.

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eh...I've had a few girlfriends like 8 is talking about. that isn't to say that i've had a couple who were the exact opposite, but it is verry common to have double standards like that, my previous gf fucked some random guy on our last 'break' before the breakup, and kept bitching at me for getting with some random chick during the same time period. when i pointed out that she was with someone else, too, she pulled her go-to response in that kind of situation, which, of course, was 'that's totally different.' didn't even bother asking the follow up question to that one, because i know the response would've been, 'because it is.' like i said before, there are some that do this, and others that don't. Maybe you should go out and find a chick that's mature and level headed, like i finally went and did, #8.

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Its really not a matter of gender-related double-standarding at all really. A conflict on this situation can occur in both aspects (man looking at a women, or women looking at men). Granted that there are women who hypocritical about this, but there are just as many, if not more, men also. I dont think this would be something to dump someone on the spot about, maybe a mild argument at best. Like most said, I would laugh my ass off. The conflict comes from personal view, not gender though. Some people just dont like their significant others looking at other people in that way.... some couldn't give two shits.... and some are hypocritical about it. But it is alittle more than a glance if you hit a pole, a glance is ok but staring like in front of him was rude and that was karma coming back at you.... though its not something he should have dumped you over. Call me what you want, but in this take... for total lack of respect to your bf.... YDI

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I agree, women have tons of double standards. My Girlfriend got mad because I accidentally saw up a close friends skirt at school but it was okay for her and her friends to walk into a guys room while he was in only his boxers

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I agree with #4. Personally, my boyfriend and I have a "no touching" rule. We discuss attractive girls all the time. I point them out to him quite often, often enough so that we can just give each other a look and know what the other is thinking. Some relationships are different, though, so I guess it is all subjective.

Yum. haha aww, well if you're going to admire other guys, at least do it so it's not obvious, and make sure there isn't a pole near you while you're drooling. hahaha

By  CDS09

If you are going to look, at least be sneaky about it....looking so hard that you dont even see you are walking into a pole is quite insulting to your boyfriend Ask yourself, if he was looking at a girls ass so hard that he walked into a pole, wouldnt you be kind of pissed? If this was the only incident then he over reacted, but you need to use better discretion.

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