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  • My husband doesn't sleep over at anyone else's house. Neither do I. We aren't 12. We don't go to sleepovers.
  • Narrator: It is not a platonic relationship.
  • When I was bartending, everyone pretty much slept where they dropped. It was actually fairly common for me to sleep next to someone I wasn't having sex with. Regular job? Not so much.
  • It may be platonic, but its a sure thing they're bumping ugliest.
  • The answer is butt stuff.

    Start doing butt stuff with him and he'll be more interested in farking you instead of her.
  • SpaceMonkey-66: Goddamit, uglies


    I think your original comment is probably still accurate
  • Yeah...

    You can have platonic friends of the opposite sex. You can even have platonic friends of the opposite sex that you are attracted to.

    But once you reach the point of spending all of your time with your platonic friend, to the point that you are *spending the night*, you aren't platonic.

    I'm not a big believer in the whole "emotional cheating" thing. I don't think you can call it cheating until there is a physical element involved. But the emotional stuff is definitely a prelude to the physical stuff. There may not be a fire yet, but there is definitely smoke, and the fire is being actively stoked.
  • I've been in a situation that might be described as "friends with emotional benefits" but neither of us were even dating other people at the time, let alone married.
  • I've always been of the opinion that men and women can't be close friends. There's all different levels of friendship, from acquaintances all the way up to best friends, but when it comes to actual close friendships between men and women, it's almost nonexistent. One or the other is only in that friendship because they want the other romantically, sexually, or both.

    For those of you about to tell me about your dear close friend of the opposite sex (who isn't gay, trans, asexual, someone you consider family, etc.) that you've never had those kind of feelings for, then the truth is that they feel that way about you and have managed to keep it secret all these years.
  • Being cheated on sucks. Especially when it's not because you pushed the other person away, by mistake or otherwise.

    On the other hand, it sounds like this woman kind of did. She's going on adventurous trips alone, she doesn't try to share her partner's interests...
  • ReapTheChaos: I've always been of the opinion that men and women can't be close friends. There's all different levels of friendship, from acquaintances all the way up to best friends, but when it comes to actual close friendships between men and women, it's almost nonexistent. One or the other is only in that friendship because they want the other romantically, sexually, or both.

    For those of you about to tell me about your dear close friend of the opposite sex (who isn't gay, trans, asexual, someone you consider family, etc.) that you've never had those kind of feelings for, then the truth is that they feel that way about you and have managed to keep it secret all these years.


    I mean, I can fark people I don't even like, much less love.
  • Put lipstick on her bung hole.
  • People have forgotten the old ways. This is the ideal situation for a chastity cage.
  • realmolo: Yeah...

    You can have platonic friends of the opposite sex. You can even have platonic friends of the opposite sex that you are attracted to.

    But once you reach the point of spending all of your time with your platonic friend, to the point that you are *spending the night*, you aren't platonic.

    I'm not a big believer in the whole "emotional cheating" thing. I don't think you can call it cheating until there is a physical element involved. But the emotional stuff is definitely a prelude to the physical stuff. There may not be a fire yet, but there is definitely smoke, and the fire is being actively stoked.


    There is smoke all right.  That smoke is caused by the friction of their genitals rubbing together.
  • pissnmoan: realmolo: Yeah...

    You can have platonic friends of the opposite sex. You can even have platonic friends of the opposite sex that you are attracted to.

    But once you reach the point of spending all of your time with your platonic friend, to the point that you are *spending the night*, you aren't platonic.

    I'm not a big believer in the whole "emotional cheating" thing. I don't think you can call it cheating until there is a physical element involved. But the emotional stuff is definitely a prelude to the physical stuff. There may not be a fire yet, but there is definitely smoke, and the fire is being actively stoked.

    There is smoke all right.  That smoke is caused by the friction of their genitals rubbing together.


    Username might check out.
  • Gonzo317: Narrator: It is not a platonic relationship.


    My first thought was that he's getting it on with Grindr meet-ups and the platonic female friend is trying to cover for him.
  • Hard to imagine this kind of thing happening, I mean it does but would be a very different marriage than the one I have.
  • realmolo: I'm not a big believer in the whole "emotional cheating" thing. I don't think you can call it cheating until there is a physical element involved. But the emotional stuff is definitely a prelude to the physical stuff. There may not be a fire yet, but there is definitely smoke, and the fire is being actively stoked.


    This is the part which should really seal the deal:

    We rarely do things together anymore, as he opts to spend time with her and her friends, occasions when I am decidedly not invited.

    That's divorce territory. I can't imagine excluding my wife from joining me when I hang out with friends. She might be bored out of her skull, but she's always welcome.
  • SpaceMonkey-66: It may be platonic, but its a sure thing they're bumping ugliest.


    If it's just platonic sex it should be fine, but just to be on the safe side she should fark his dad.
  • ReapTheChaos:

    For those of you about to tell me about your dear close friend of the opposite sex (who isn't gay, trans, asexual, someone you consider family, etc.) that you've never had those kind of feelings for, then the truth is that they feel that way about you and have managed to keep it secret all these years.

    I do. It helps that she's not cute.

    /Okay, so I started considering her family a long time ago...
  • ReapTheChaos: I've always been of the opinion that men and women can't be close friends. There's all different levels of friendship, from acquaintances all the way up to best friends, but when it comes to actual close friendships between men and women, it's almost nonexistent. One or the other is only in that friendship because they want the other romantically, sexually, or both.

    For those of you about to tell me about your dear close friend of the opposite sex (who isn't gay, trans, asexual, someone you consider family, etc.) that you've never had those kind of feelings for, then the truth is that they feel that way about you and have managed to keep it secret all these years.


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  • I'm annoyed that this jerk has a wife and a girlfriend, and I have neither. Don't bogart the women, dude!
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