By f*** - 06/03/2009 00:39 - United States
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Now hold on... True, it is a bit shady, but it's not like he already cheated on the sister. Marriage is a big beginning, but it's also the end of something, his life as a free man ;-) Maybe the flirt was just that, a flirt. The exchanging of phonenumbers is taking it a bit far, but how many men never follow up on that? 80%? ;-) Well, even if just 1%, he could have been that one. I know my boyfriend sometimes flirts with other women, I do too (with men then) when I'm out with the girls, it's exciting/fun and tells you you're still desirable, but it doesn't compare to what I have with my boyfriend. I have never cheated on my boyfriend and I'm convinced that he hasn't and never will either. The fact that he accidentally flirted with his fiancees sister may only show he has a specific type ;-) (as sisters are often alike) and does not necessarily mean he'll be a cheater. So FYL for flirting with a nice guy, and finding out he's not gonna call you in a rather weird way (cuz he's taken). At least you'll know why he didn't call ;-)
I just physically dont find it possible to flirt with girls that arent my girlfriend, it just doesnt do anything for me but make me feel bad you know? I love my girlfriend, and I dont have the predominantly girl's need to feel desirable. So much of female desirability has to do with flirting and recieving attention. Guys just dont operate like that. Outside of performers, guys dont really crave attention all the time to reaffirm ourselves like girls do. Its different with guys...when we flirt, its not cause we're just being "nice", and reaffirming ourselves. Thats not even a door Im willing to knock on, open, walk into, get on the bed...etc. Its too easy to get caught up like that. I only bark up one tree and thats my girlfriend. Your talking about a quick road to distrust, distraction from the relationship, and heartbreak. Not a good investment of time and energy.