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Joined: 12/1/2006
Msg: 75
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I think it goes like this..."Doesn't hurt to read the long as you always eat at home"
Joined: 2/3/2007
Msg: 77
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Posted: 3/11/2007 12:57:37 PM
i won't even put up with a guy who "looks." if he's with me, i'd better be the end-all-and-be-all in his mind...and he had better be that in my mind. if not there's no point in continuing. why settle for a half-baked relationship?

in addition, it's HIGHLY insulting. if i'm not the best in his eyes, then buzz off. same here. i will not date someone if i feel a compulsion to check out other men. if i'm gawking at other men, it means only one thing: i don't see the guy i'm with as the best. so, no point in dating him. it wouldn't be satisfying to me and it wouldn't be fair to him.
 Brass Monkey
Joined: 7/25/2006
Msg: 81
Do you believe in this saying?
Posted: 3/11/2007 8:45:20 PM
But, isn't "flirting" misinterpreted by people?

Case in point, if you're in the service industry, what some people consider "flirting" often leads to good tips.
Joined: 3/8/2007
Msg: 83
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Posted: 3/11/2007 11:44:07 PM
It's just a step away from cheating...
I don't like cheaters...nope!
Joined: 9/11/2005
Msg: 85
Do you believe in this saying?
Posted: 3/12/2007 11:32:13 AM
OP, no I don't believe in that saying...I do believe in tempting my man enough at home so that anyone else's feeble attempts won't even make a dent ;) There's a huge difference between being friendly and being flirty when you're in a relationship and/or marriage; and sometimes that line can get crossed even when one had no intentions of crossing it...If one is happy at home, there's no need to tempt their appetite anywhere else.
Joined: 11/16/2006
Msg: 98
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Posted: 3/13/2007 10:32:57 PM
if you are always tempting your appetite , sooner or later you will give in to temptation.
Joined: 12/1/2006
Msg: 102
Do you believe in this saying?
Posted: 10/12/2012 12:27:05 PM
Heard it this way "Don't hurt to read the menu..... but always eat at home"
Joined: 5/17/2011
Msg: 103
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Posted: 10/12/2012 2:19:32 PM
Its really unavoidable to look/see, unless you want to come off as some kind derranged person in your attempt to NOT see anything.

Do I want a partner intentionally gawking or making an effort to look, of course not, but otherwise its gonna happen so I guess I'm in the "Yes" column
Joined: 6/16/2007
Msg: 104
Do you believe in this saying?
Posted: 10/12/2012 2:51:06 PM
If you're grown up, mature...then you can feel alive by enjoying life, yet keeping your clothes on the whole entire time.

I work w/ married women, there's compliments, touches on the shoulder, humaness...but none of it's gonna lead to cheating. You know the old expression, "office husband" or "office wife"? the person who knows you enough to make decisions when you are out to lunch, who watches your back...yet there won't be any hanky panky in the broom closet. I work w/ married men who "look", and share notes, b/c it makes the day go by quicker--and frankly it builds cameraderie as well as going into the mountains and catching each others' falls.

of course, if your partner isn't grown up, isn;t mature about their temptations, if you see they have poor impulse control but a great ability to rationalize why selfish behavior is ok *this one time* when it comes to food and money and borrowing items, then...yeah, you should consider that other great Texas saying, "dance w/ the one what brung ya."

some people can handle minor things (one drink doesn't need to lead to alcoholism, unless the alcoholic needs the "solution" being drunk offers to their problems), others just can't. If you know the difference, then its easy to find it in other people, too.
Joined: 2/22/2013
Msg: 108
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Posted: 4/1/2013 9:35:37 PM
Be patient. You'll outgrow such adolescent nonsense.
Joined: 12/7/2012
Msg: 111
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Posted: 4/2/2013 3:56:45 AM
when one says
Just cause I'm married doesn't mean i can't look at the menu just can't order.
I'm taken not dead

Really when you say it out loud they sound like excuses. When ever I make an excuse its usually cause I feel guilty. So eventually it becomes habit forming and soon you be making excuses to rent a room at the strip joint.

Now, if open about it then I don't see a problem. Some of my best friends and their spouses find it entertaining. They crack jokes about it together, but their comfortable about it. Oh, and sometimes the things they say its almost therapeutic to them like they get their urges out by saying it in a joke next thing the joke becomes something new they wanna do together. I have never laugh so hard sitting in a park with.

But in the context of the statement no i don't agree with it. If I have to go out to a bar to come home horny. Ya might think their is a problem, I'm not gonna say leave the relationship. However, you should probably look at the reasons you look else where. Be it you sex life needs beefing up, or your spouse does physically. Perhaps, mentally you seek attention that has faded. Either way look to the reasons first before you look for a reason out.
Joined: 8/24/2012
Msg: 112
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Posted: 4/2/2013 4:44:38 AM
Nope because a person can never be sure that they are going to be able to not give in to temptation. My ex agreed with the saying and that is why he is now my ex.

It's one thing to look as someone walks by. It's a whole other thing to GO looking.
Joined: 2/17/2012
Msg: 113
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Posted: 4/2/2013 4:50:45 AM
No, having a fantasy about being with another man/woman is wrong, i don't have fantasies about being with another woman while in a relationship, perhaps a nameless faceless one, but never an actual one who exists.

I would never in a million years put up with a woman who had a crush on someone else.
Joined: 3/12/2013
Msg: 119
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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:30:04 AM
I prefer to eat at the "Y"
Joined: 2/17/2012
Msg: 123
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Posted: 4/2/2013 9:38:27 PM

So the 'made up' variety type is just FINE and DANDY to fantasize about...but a real one is just out of the question...LOL!!! Just remember...when making up your fantasy girls...DON'T FORGET TO HOOK UP THE DOLL!!!!!!! ;)

Of ourse it is fine and dandy, we're sexual beings and crave sex as people,, thinking bout posible scenarios or positions is healthy and good....
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