Would You?  

TwistedAngel19 31F
15 posts
10/2/2005 1:24 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Would You?


Based on recent events that has occurred here on AdultFriendFinder....which is nothing but drama of course... i'm just wondering why human beings act so cruel to each other, especially over silly things.

While I would like this to be a rant post, it would feel like i have annoyed my friends w/ all of my prevoious ranting....but i just simply have a question for everyone based on a scenario:
If you had a friend who used to see someone who is currently pursuing u, and your friend still likes that person, would u go through w/ meeting or hooking up w/ the person that is pursuing u? And what if u said to your friend or colleague that u wouldn't see this person?

Feedback is very much encouraged on this!

Thanks

PS... i know this is a crappy first post lol.

tamethytension 54M
2320 posts
10/2/2005 8:52 pm

Rant all you wish ... it is your blog. Most of us do at one point or another.

As to your question. Ask yourself, is the friendship you have greater or less than the friendship your friend had with this person now pursuing you?

There are of course no hard and fast rules in life. But the answer to that question may guide you to the appropriate action. If the friendship you have is stronger, then you will want to defer this pursuit until you have at least discussed this with your friend to know their true feelings.

cheers

TTT


rm_Here2play812 47M
179 posts
10/4/2005 9:18 pm

Be honest with your friend, but don't let her talk you out of a good thing


OmniaHotelMyope 51M
4 posts
12/25/2005 9:18 pm

Depends. A lot of male female relationships are fleating. I hate to play up age, but at 20, there's a good chance you and this other guy won't be a forever relationship. So then the question becomes, how good of a friend are you with other party. My one time ever trying to date a friends ex, i asked my friends permission. He gave it, because I asked. Our friendship eventually ended and the girlfriend eventually left me. Hmmm, only real advice I can give is friendships and relationships can be complicated.


spyder147 42M
1 post
1/13/2006 3:42 pm

its all about respect. give that person the respect he deserves by telling him of your intentions, but also go on with your life. if hes a good friend he'll give you the thumbs up!


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