Gillette told me this wasn't ok
@Medic135, as long as he didn’t cat call it’s ok
@Medic135, she smiled and is okay with it.
@Medic135, of course it’s okay. Staring at women, cat calling, flirting, trying to pick up women is 200% okay. It’s just the ones who don’t take a hint, unwanting touching or rape aren’t okay. Then again, I stayed persistent with many and it worked really okay. So yeah just rape and grabbing isn’t okay. So basically fûck feminists and their fake oppression and sexism.
@Medic135, it definitely isn’t ok and if you needed an ad to tell you that then :/
@Medic135, god forbid you say hey to her
@Beede, why is it not okay? Explain this.
@TheLastHonestMan, why would it be ok to film someone’s butt without their consent?
@Beede, how is this going to affect her? Tell me.
I like this because of reasons
Is Reasons her name?
This is a classic #teapots101 repost
@K1l, The first time this was posted someone on this app said he was a teacher and had girls like this. He said they are really fun but he never would want to be left alone in a room with them.
Shes ok but shes no hulk.
Hey guys.. I need advice on my SO.. I’ve been pandering this for months. I love her, but I want other things too. We live together, we don’t fight, we have common goals and interests. I’m best friends with her brothers and we hang out all the time. I feel like our lives are so intertwined. I don’t doubt that I love her, or that I could end up with her. I just don’t know if these desires to explore what else is out there pass, or how to bring it up to her.. I almost feel too young to be tied up like this. Idk mangs, fire away.
@The Common Shaman, have that talk. It’ll hurt her but understand a risk of that is losing her forever and maybe her bros. It basically sounds like you want other women and if you don’t fall in love with them she’d be so kind as to wait for you. Ask if threesomes or an open relationship might be on the table. Try to get a better understanding of what’s making you feel like that before you talk. Life is hard. Be kind hold her hand tell her you love her. Don’t hurt her slow if it’ll hurt
@Korywitak, I know she’s not too keen on the open relationship sort of thing. But it’s like I’m frustrated because I want to only want her, but my ape brain isn’t workin like that lmao. The last thing I want to do is hurt her either. I don’t know where to start man.. but thanks for the reply.
@The Common Shaman, it's a totally natural feeling. I've been dating my girlfriend now for almost 10 years and would be lying if I said I hadn't been attracted to other girls in different ways over that time. The important thing is to be honest with yourself about your feelings toward your girlfriend. Are you sure you love her and want to spend the foreseeable future with her? Or are you simply comfortable in the relationship and fearful of the prospect of being without her? It can be very easy to mix those two things up. Ultimately you'll need to figure what kind of partner you're going to be to her or other potential partners because the feelings of desiring someone else will probably never go away. If you feel like you can't be a faithful partner and the desire of someone else is too overwhelming, you may need a break to sort yourself out. That is not to say "go stick your pecker in every hole you find since your single." Rather, take time apart to see how you feel without her.
@The Common Shaman, Hmm, maybe we’re more compatible than I’d previously assumed. I’m in much the same place as you, in that I’ve been in a relationship for a long time. Married nearly ten years, in fact. Two kids, and really nothing to complain about. And yet, I feel the same way. I’ve always had a very open affection toward others, before I even know why an open or polyamorous relationship was, and when I learned about that lifestyle, I was very drawn to it. I’ve had that discussion with my wife a time or two, but in much the same way, she’s really not all about it. I wish I had a real solution for you, but I can tell you that the best way I’ve been able to reconcile it is that, regardless of my affections, my wife is central to my life, and while I wish I could explore more outside of that, it’s more important to honor the relationship we have above all else. Then again, we took vows. You didn’t. That’s where self reflection comes into play.
@Berntley, I thank you for your answer. It’s not something that I think I will let stop our relationship, but it’s like an itch on my side that I want to scratch.. but I think I feel the same way. She is central to me, and I to her. But I haven’t yet had this conversation. It means a lot that you took the time to respond, so thank you.
@The Common Shaman, Sure thing. It’s something that I’m constantly kicking around in my own mind, and rarely get to talk about, because my wife does take it personally when I try to bring it up, no matter the circumstances. Something that you may want to think about, as well, is what you’re really wanting to get out of these other exploits that appeal to you so much. Is it just the sex, or do you find yourself wanting to actually connect emotionally with these other women? There’s no wrong answer, just something that might help pinpoint maybe what you’re missing. Personally, I get a lot of fulfillment when I’m just given the opportunity to get to know other women, and have these positive interactions. Probably because I was raised pretty much entirely by women, and that’s just where my comfort zone is, socially. The attraction may just be a separate thing, entirely.
@Berntley, I think it’s just the sex tbh. Because her smile still gets me.. I don’t have any doubts that I love this woman on a psychological level, or physically for that matter. It’s just I recognize that I’m attracted to other people and I like to flirt and engage in those social interactions. It really is frustrating. But seriously, your insight means a lot for somebody who is less experienced.
@The Common Shaman, Dude, you’re probably not less experienced. Full disclosure, we’ve been together since we were fourteen. I’ve never so much as kissed another woman, which may be a driving factor for my raging curiosity. But I’ve always been a sappy sod. Been falling in love since I was four years old, and remember every single one. I’ve also always been a pretty astute study on the human condition, so I tend to hear that I’ve got interesting perspective a lot.
@The Common Shaman, this isn't a light decision you need to make and it's totally understandable. I got married young and it's been 11 years now so here's my advise: Relationships struggle most when one or both of you are being selfish. Communication is king, never assume she knows how you feel or what you want. To that end, know the difference between want and need, wants are fleeting, temporary things and needs aren't. If your needs conflict then your relationship won't work and if you need to be free then let her go. If you only want to be free then I suggest you wait, let your relationship grow some more and see if she becomes a need.
@The Common Shaman, decide if they are fleeting desires or not. You relationship sounds worth it
This isn’t a joke. Why is it on this app?
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It's taken me years to get over this video, now I'm relapsing