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No none. The boring fact is they're just friends, we have a coffee after work now and then, and sometimes go to the bars for a few drinks. My girlfriend usually comes along, but when she doesn't because she's busy, and I still go anyway, it's like WW2.
By larSON5 - / Wednesday 15 August 2012 16:17 / Canada - Edmonton
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  nigsuzzi  |  18

40- you are too evil! Just because she is trying to kill him doesn't mean she deserves that! 35- that would require him having those letters. Also it's two words...

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  sens3sfailing  |  16

Me too, a little jealousy can be good for a relationship so the person knows you are scared to lose them, but not being allowed to have close female friends? That's over the edge a little in my book. I have a girl who I'm good friends with and my girlfriend is fine with it. She trusts me, which any good relation needs.

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  spekledworf  |  16

I always trusted my ex with his close female friends. But he freaked out when he found a text in which I asked my supervisor (who is a guy) if the work schedule had been posted. Stay away from overly jealous obsessive people!

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  ebonyirony  |  16

Oh I hate that. But I dated a guy who had only close girl friends and one of them said he cheated on me with all of them. I still trust others I date, but you can be a little cautious

By  CCDNRGD81411  |  14

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  bsmith9942  |  14

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  larSON5  |  14

Bsmith9942, noun. Meaning "sexist troll extraordinaire." I'm faithful, always have been. You're just looking for an excuse to hit that YDI button.

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  BubbleGrunge  |  14

Ugh, bssmith, you give us girls a bad name. What hangs or doesn't hang between your legs doesn't specify your commitment in a relationship. Sorry all the men you meet are assholes that try to cheat on you, but I probally would too with that attitude. Maybe you shouldnt date little boys who can't commit.

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  sens3sfailing  |  14

You haven't met many nice guys and keep meeting the ass holes then. A majority of guys do not cheat. And the rate that women cheat is right about on par with men. I haven't tried to cheat and I am in a long distance relationship that has lasted a year. Don't get your hopes down, you will find a nice guy eventually.

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  geocayce  |  14

I agree! Bssmith: Not all girls assume men are cheaters from the start and not all men are. All the men you know that cheated probably did it because they were being accused of it and decided that if they were going to continuously be accused of cheating, they might as well put some truth behind it. Nobody likes being accused of something they didn't do.

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  SammyS2012  |  14

My boyfriend tells me that he would rather castrate himself then cheat on me; and I believe him. Not all men cheat, and if you are constantly generalizing men negatively, then you WILL find a cheater.

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  bsmith9942  |  14

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  RedPillSucks  |  14

@bsmith9942, perhaps that's the type of guy your personality attracts. You might want to take an inward view and try to understand why you're always attracted to cheaters.

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  bsmith9942  |  14

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  bsmith9942  |  14

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  14

96 - If you actually opened your eyes and read the thread here, OP has posted and informed you that he is faithful and has given her no reason to act like she does.

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  Qandol  |  47

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  Archay  |  47

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  writergirl23  |  47

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  KaySL  |  47

I'm guessing that in your misguided attempt to defend both your husband's and Doc's honour, you were thinking, "Hell, I'll just defensively respond to this comment without even bothering to read down a little for a possible explanation." Good grief.

By  JFurr  |  28

Ugh. I had a relationship like that. I'd say just don't worry about it. Her insecurities are her own problem an probably has nothing to do with you. Obviously, take precautions, but don't freak yourself out over it. She's probably just trying to make you feel paranoid anyway.

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