Sheryl, it's usually guys that either don't have a family to go home to that wish they did, or guys that do have a family but don't want to go home to them that act like that. It's a bit disconcerting, isn't it?
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No even after 23 years of marriage, cannot say there has been a friend of my husbands that I honestly didn't like or gave me the heebie jeebies. Yet if there ever is, I will definitely be letting him know. We tend to hang together alot and go out with the same set of friends.
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3/27/13 8:56 P
Lol. In "that" way, yes. He even told me a few of his friends asked if they could date me since he was moving out of state. Of course he told them no. Kinda flattering, but still. Jeez.
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I had the friend of a former s.o. compete with me. That can be just as unnerving when the best friend gets a little peculiar because you are taking his buddies time away from him. Like he's losing his wing man. You get obnoxious little comments you can't quite nail them on, and you don't know if that's just their humor or it's meant as an attack. I guess that's a common situation.
That is pretty freaking disrespectful. A long time ago, before my daughter was even two years old, when I was living on the other side of town, my kids' father was sitting on the porch and this chick had her leg propped on one of the steps, setting right between his legs. I came outside, said "Hey, Baby" while rubbing his back and I stared her down. I was ready to do something-not to fight over him, but the whole blatant disrespect and disregard. She moved rather quickly. He claimed to be clueless as to what she was doing or not even paying attention. Now, I am NOT the jealous type nor am I possessive. I'm really not. I figure if he's going to leave, he's going to leave. However, she KNEW we were together, and she was talking to him in front of MY place. Ho...get to steppin'. She didn't come by anymore after that, and when I talked to him about her when she decided to leave about 3 minutes later, he assured me I had nothing to worry about. She had big totties, but no backside-which is of utmost importance-and a butterface. ("Nice totties...But 'er face!!!") Mean? Maybe. True? Most definitely.
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3/27/13 4:31 P
My husband has had a few friends that I didn't trust. One of which was one of his ex's. When she found out that I was pregnant, she would call him up, drunk, and leave messages on his phone, telling him she missed him, and she wished it were her having his baby. I generally don't trust other girls around him, because he is a good looking guy (of course, right?) and they would flirt with him unashamedly even with me standing right there.
I_Heart-Yeah. I think that would peeve me off, too. Good on ya. RE. Connie-eventually, maybe your gf will see that Connie is just one of those toxic people.
There is one friend of my kids' father's that I just...get bad vibes from, and I have my reasons. My brother, who just met the guy today, felt the same vibe. My DAUGHTER says he makes her feel uncomfortable. THAT right there makes me not want this guy around.
Never trust a guy who won't even take responsibility for his own farts.
Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...............sh e is constantly on the hunt for men and always needs a sidekick who's already in a committed relationship so that they won't go after HER target and my gf is perfect for her adventures. My gf likes Connie and knows exactly what she's up to and has on a few occassions had my gf "baby-sit" the guy's "friend". I trust her but I don't trust CONNIE!
She once pinched my butt at a party in front of her then psycho boy friend and then when he got mad she told him that I do that to her all the time and that we were just playing.......FALSE! I never did that.
Ooooooo, I don't trust her at all but my gf has very few girlfriends and Connie spoils her with dinner and drinks when I'm not available to go out.
Truth be told it's been a while since they've gone out but my blood still boils when she talks about getting together with Connie.
No, but he had one friend who was tacky and he never came back. He had a few chances before. he was a good guy just let his alcohol run his mouth sometimes. He drank a lot but I never seen him really drunk, he was a daily drinker so at times I would tell he was a bit tipsy. He came over once and saw my bedroom and said to my and my husband her in the middle and us on each side . We laughed it off and moved on. He made several sexual comments but I never felt threatened. I have dealt with that so much in my life, some are more subtle then others that is why I did not flip out on his comments, it is my life. He then called one evening while we were putting out Christmas tree up. He knew that is what we were doing but wanted to come by anyhow, so he did. He started talking about his daughter (not biological) but with her mom ever since she was pregnant with her, he started calling her names saying her fat ass etc. For one she was a miner loset he ass comment ,for two she is your daughter, and three shut the heck up and stop being a jerk. I told my husband I dont think I like him around anymore and he never came again. We started avoiding him, we saw him around shopping and such and he always tried to make his way back. I heard he just moved out of state now. My husband and I made rules before marriage if we don't both accept someone, or something it must be talked over and resolved.
This is for the ladies or the guys. It doesn't matter what gender. Anyway, if you're in a relationship, do any of your beloved's friends give you the heeby-jeebies? Set alarm bells off in your head? Make you feel incredibly uncomfortable? One that you just would not want to be around without your other half right there with you? Have you voiced your concern to your s/o about the friend or are you always just hyper-vigilant when they're around?
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