By Anonymous - United States - Hood River
Today, one of my friends asked me to flirt with her boyfriend to see if he would flirt back. Knowing this was a trust test, I agreed. She got pissed at me when he flirted back and still isn't speaking to me. FML
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  littleking94  |  14

I've officially lost faith in humanity for how many thumbs up this got. OP'S friend may not even be mad at her, just mad at the situation so she's taking it out on every one around. That's no reason to be a slut and sleep with the guy. Plus that will guarantee losing her as a friend. OP let your friend calm down then try explaining that you were only helping her dodge a bullet. Don't listen to these idiots that fail to think about a situation before acting on it. Best luck to you and your friend :)

By  _awwhellnaw_  |  45

All these stupid "tests" people put their partners through to see what they'll do is stupid. She should trust him without making you flirt with him, and you agreeing to do it is so childish. YDI.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

Am I the only one wondering if it was actually a trust test for OP? O.o
Maybe that's why the friend is so mad at OP, because she failed the test.
... Or she's just projecting her anger onto OP because that's easier than actually talking to her boyfriend and dealing with her trust issues.
Either way, the friend is completely crazy. FYL for having to put up with her, OP!

  Corey122726  |  17

Agreed. I am a huge flirt but Its Not intentional. It doesn't matter if she's cute or not I still flirt with them. My wife knows I do it because when we go anywhere I just do it. She knows that just who I am and it is harmless flirting so she is perfectly fine with it. It all boils down to real trust. Where I can do and say what I want and she trusts I won't cheat on her. Not the OMG he just told that girl she has beautiful eyes so he is going to have sex with her now. But then again I'm just speaking from my own personal experience.....

  shessohighh  |  10

It's a little immature to flirt THAT much. You shouldn't need validation from other people if you are happily married. I trust my boyfriend completely and wouldn't get mad if he flirted with someone else once or twice but come on. Every time you go out?

  IDerive  |  12

Perhaps they are just nice people which is off times confused with flirting. People make the comment that they flirt constantly while they are just being nice so they internally redefine being nice for flirting themselves hence the post here being labeled as flirting instead of being nice

  Rkikkas9713  |  25

#25 I like to compliment others, and people usually mistake this for flirting. Nowadays niceness is confused with flirting because usually the only time people are nice is because they want something from the other person. This guy seems a lot like me here (not OPs story, but the one you replied to.) Either way I've been called a flirt countless times even though I haven't been flirting.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

so, #12, did you make the rock hard?

seriously, though, some people are naturally more touchy feely than others and it seems like flirting, when the person. is just trying to be friendly

  MDoremis  |  38

#39, I make lots of things hard. *eyebrow wag*

Joking aside, since I got married I've learned to tone it down to where I mostly flirt with just my husband. Unless someone flirts with me first--then it's just instinctual.