Should I?  

rm_Gentle12553 66M
806 posts
4/21/2006 6:50 am

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6/20/2006 5:23 pm

Should I?

A few weeks ago new neighbors moved in next door. A very interesting couple as it turns out. I invited them over for dinner last evening, figured it was a nice way to get to know them. Tom, who is in his early 80's is a music composer and arranger. Works for quite a few entertainers. Terri, who tells me she is about half Tom's age is a musical student. They met when she took one of his music appreciation classes. As I said an interesting couple, many years apart and joined together with a love of music.
We finished dinner, seafood, veggies and an nice white wine; Terri and I were cleaning up when Tom came into the kitchen to tell us he was going next door to work and rest. "You two have fun," he said leaving. We finished up the dishes and I offered to put on a pot of coffee so we could sit and chat. Terri walked close, kiss me and offered: "Give me a few mintues to settle Tom in for the night and I will come back over for coffee and...." She leaned into me and we kissed again, this time deeper and our tongues met and mingled.
Terri, is probably not a woman that I would normally persue, but she had certainly made herself quite clear with her term: "And!"
I am not one either who looks a gift-horse-in-the-moutht,

SO,the question I have is:

Should I?

rm_texasmermaid 46F
738 posts
4/21/2006 7:28 am

Nah the question is did she come back over and did you?


BTW I hope not.....cause if it didnt or did work out having her and her husband living next door would be.well to close for comfort....or so I would think...........You are much better going after the gal that lives a block over....

{=} and any places for sale down the block?

imLadyBambi 58M/50F

4/21/2006 11:36 am

There are women who should I say are *loose*.If you were to do this and her husband was to some how find out it could turn in to a very sticky situation.

There are alot a really jealous men, especially when their lover is a young and attractive woman.

I can not tell you what to do but you did ask our opinion.

I really hope you use good common sense.

Lady Bambi

qyxx 59F
3267 posts
4/22/2006 8:13 am

a little too close for comfort and too quick on the trigger


rm_Gentle12553 66M
1378 posts
4/22/2006 10:42 am

Just to let my frieds know:

I didn't.

She did come back... and we did have coffee but NO "and...." I told her I would just not feel right banging my next door neighbor's wife....Terri accepted what I decided, but I was pretty sure she was upset when she left later that evening....

To complicate things: I ran into Tom a few days later and he thanked me for dinner, and added, "I am surprised you didn't take Terri up on her offer." "She told you," I asked....

"She tells me everything, and Jim...I really would not have minded....Terri is a vibrant young woman and I realize she has needs that I can no longer supply," he said...."So, if you change your mind, it is okay with me."

We shook hands and he left me standing there with my mouth open....


GlialSewerEuler 69M
73 posts
6/20/2006 12:31 pm

I kind of thought that was the case but you did the right thing. That's not always what we want to happen, it's just part of being a responsible adult. Now you can go ahead if you want but I'd guess lover scorned enters into it!

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