I never made it to the second or third post because I’m still trying to imagine how one could perform oral sex and play World of Warcraft simultaneously. I assume a wireless mouse would be heavily involved.
1. She’s obviously a controlling insecure bitch to require her partner asking permission to have a friend of the opposite sex. No wonder the divorce rate is so high….more and more cases of absolutely no trust and controlling each other.
On his end, he’s a pig for wanting to cheat with the friend, though Katy deserves it.
2 and 3 made me stick my head in an oven for humanity.
Wow…you guys have never been in a long term relationship…HAVE YOU?
No, she isn’t a controlling bitch… I’m betting this robin girl is an EX of his if he told her he would love to eat her out.
Fucking RIDICULOUS, my hubby is friends with a few of his ex’s but he had the tact and COURTESY to ask me if it was alright when he decided to reconnect with them.
So yeah..I think asking PERMISSION to talk/add/see an EX is the RIGHT protocol for someone in an apparent long term relationship.
I’ve gotten about 6 “Your comment is awaiting moderation“s While tying to point out what a bleeding ( |_| NT MistressSlayer must be to think that her husband (an independent fucking human being) needs her permission to have friends just because he is in a relationship with her. And then disguising it as courtesy. If you are that fucking insecure and distrustful then break up with him you monogamous fuckwit.
Uhm…I ask him too.. its called BEING EQUAL AND RESPECTFUL. Something obviously you have no idea about.
I’m not jealous or controlling..neither is he.
I have male friends…he has female friends. Never was an ISSUE…
The ONLY people he asked about, and I asked him about would be EX’S…
Maybe you need to learn to fucking read and comprehend properly and pull that huge head of your out of your ass?
I’m pretty sure I V-E-R-Y clearly said Ex’s.
Ever been in a L-O-N-G T-E-R-M relationship, Dukey? Doesn’t sound like it.
HONESTLY tell me if you would be PERFECTLY happy about any future girlfriends acquiring friendships with her Ex’s again after you two have gotten together?
Anything other than a yes you might feel a bit OFF about it…is complete fucking bullshit.
Yeah, I agree with MistressSlayer. It’s not like he needs permission to have any friends. She’d just prefer it if he gave her a heads up that he was about be hanging out with someone he plans to give head to. Makes perfect sense to me. The guy’s an asshole. (Although, if he’s saying stuff like that to other girls, clearly the lack of permission to be friends is not a hindrance to him, and I’d have broken up with him after hearing he said that to another girl in the first place.)
MistressSlayer Yeah that’s called insecurity you fuckwit c ||nt. If you don’t trust them to be friends with their ex then why the hell are you still in the relationship with them?
lametothemin “a heads up” is very different from “permission”. Permission implies that she has the power to refuse it. Which, again, is why I think MistressSlayer has her husband’s balls in her purse. And yes I do think the guy above is a dumbass as I mentioned earlier. And final question, Why is she still in a relationship with him after hearing him?
No. It’s called tact. He would rather me KNOW then for me to find out elsewhere.
The same as I WOULD let him know before I went and hung out with an Ex.
He’s never had a problem with my male friends and I definitely do NOT have a problem with him hanging out with his female friends. Half the time we don’t even tell each other until after the “hanging out” has happened.
Yeah..that sounds SO insecure….. My man isn’t AFRAID of me saying no or not allowing he. He felt the need to let me KNOW.
Maybe you might be a secretive ass…doesn’t mean either me or my hubby are. We are open with the things going on in our lives. Again, it is called RESPECT. He respects my feelings, as I respect his. He wouldn’t have asked if he had any inkling that I would say no because I’m such a suspicious bitch…eh?
He’s never gotten the idea that I’m jealous..the same as I’ve never seen him be jealous. Again, I’ll say…get your head out of your ass.
No. He is asking for my permission.
I have enough trust in him to not say NO to the question he is asking.
If I did say NO, then I can see where the conclusion about me being some controlling, jealous bitch came from.
It’s not a “I am going to go see so-and-so.” It’s a “Can I…?” There is a clear difference.
Sorry you don’t get it?
Oh, and also, how would I have his balls in my purse…when I show him the SAME respect and courtesy and ask the same things from him?
Wow…your relationships must not have an equal balance if this is the way you really think things should be.
Glad to know you are a sexist…C-U-N-T.
It’s sad to see the immature, abusive reactions of some people towards the less-insane couple tableaux, like Katy and Justin’s. Relationships are built on agreements, and Justin obviously violated one that Katy & he had previously discussed, hence her response.
Calling her a controlling b!tch, or him a pantywaist, or other posters cun+s, says everything about how so few folks understand what it takes to have a relationship: couples make decisions for themselves about what their own rules of conduct are supposed to be (and consequences for transgressing them).
@MistressSlayer: u clearly seem to be on a different page than Dukey. Plus, he is perfectly right. grownups don’t ask for permission, they can let u know which IS actually different unless ur a controlling bitch (hypothetically) that makes him ask for permission. And not every married couple fuckin cares about their spouses hanging out with their friends of the opposite sex, ex or not. i happen to know at least two or three that would tell you they don’t give a shit cuz they know at the end of the day their spouse won’t find a better person than them and they will come back. So not every has to give a heads up. Relationships are subjective, so to get all pissy is, for lack of a better word, gay
Every been in a committed relationship?
I very much doubt it, hunny.
You’ve got to be just as fucking S-I-N-G-L-E as dukey.
Since I’ve got PLENTY of married friends, I’m pretty damn sure they all would like to have a “heads up” as you are saying about their spouses seeing an EX.
I have no suspicions I would even lose my hubby to an Ex…but in the end that person IS an ex.
Obviously they aren’t together for certain reasons, doesn’t excuse the fact at one point and time they thought they would end up together “forever and ever” or whatever the fuck.
As I said..its a sign of TACT and RESPECT to give the other spouse a “heads up” in the form of a question.
Subjective- existing in the mind; belonging to the thinking subject rather than to the object of thought
Straight from the dictionary for you. If you still need it spoon fed to you, here you go: When using the word subjective pertaining to relationships it means that the definition will be different for everyone. So pretty much everyone thinks of relationships differently. And to be honest i was trying say what i said in nice way and you decided to be a bitch and just assume i’ve never been in a committed relationship. You don’t know shit about me, I’ve been in a relationship for 2 years going on 3. All your dumbass has been doing is spewing large amounts of shit at anyone that had a differing opinion than yours. Get off ur little high horse and stop pretending you’re better than anyone. Ur just a fucking normal person that sits at home and bitches on the internet like everyone else in the world. one more thing, don’t call me hunny, I aint ur son
I’d like to have gaming sex, too, wandr. If only to see how it would work.
You definitely need to change your camera angle, Paranoid. That pic makes it look like you have 4 balls.
For some unknown reason, they’ve disabled it, curly. And all this comment moderation has gotten beyond ridiculous. Lamebook, you keep finding ways to drive away commenters, don’t you? Keep up the good work.
@MistressSlayer GIVE IT A FUCKING REST. Your constant defense of your relationship, over an online forum meant for lameness and laughs, just proves how insecure you are with your relationship.
Sidenote: I don’t fucking understand why or how people can try to ruin a comment thread with an argument. Especially with people you don’t know. It’s childish and absurd. Can’t we all just focus on the posts and stop being stiff dickheads. There’s just too much animosity on the internet anymore. Fuck.
Wordy It’s a real fucking ball ache ain’t it?! I have to fuck around for ages making things work now, being offensive has never been so awkward. (this is my fith shot at getting this comment through moderation)
Mistress Fatwife If you told me I wasn’t allowed to see any of my ex’s I wouldn’t mind…. Their all dead.
Are you guys serious? The guy befriended his ex after asking to eat her out? Yes, I think he should ask his girlfriend if it is alright to be friends with Robin again. It isn’t in a controlling sense, but by a way of respect. Not that this is the greatest example, just like a parent asking a child to do something when it is really a demand–being respectful. Befriended an ex is different that befriended a person you haven’t dated. Also, it is not an insecurity, but being aware of your significant other’s past relationships. So, the girl is justified if she feels insecure because he is not trustworthy.