Married men flirting with girls online

Married men flirting with girls online

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really

United States

#1 Apr 9, 2013
"I'v got three boys,grown. Married and my wife knows I'm a flirt and knows about having fun with you."
Huh? All the married women in Elizabethtown don't mind if their husbands flirt with this chick on line? Really?
country boy

Greensburg, KY

#2 Apr 9, 2013
What chick? Lol
Really

United States

#3 Apr 9, 2013
Kuntrygirl of course. Every dude she talks to says his wife knows about it and doesn't mind. Is she that ignorant?
truthfully

Leitchfield, KY

#4 Apr 9, 2013
Harmless flirty online is no big thing. Im a married woman and my husband flirts big freaking deal. If it goes beyond flirting then theres an issue. Personally i think its hilarious watching him flirt online. But no matter what hes mine and hes giving it to me. It amazes me what some people will do to act like little whiners and try starting sh*t. Grow up. The ones complaining about a little harmless flirting must not be to secure in their relationships.
country boy

Greensburg, KY

#5 Apr 9, 2013
truthfully wrote:
Harmless flirty online is no big thing. Im a married woman and my husband flirts big freaking deal. If it goes beyond flirting then theres an issue. Personally i think its hilarious watching him flirt online. But no matter what hes mine and hes giving it to me. It amazes me what some people will do to act like little whiners and try starting sh*t. Grow up. The ones complaining about a little harmless flirting must not be to secure in their relationships.
True story. Other girls should take some notes from this.
Really

Frankfort, KY

#6 Apr 10, 2013
country boy wrote:
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True story. Other girls should take some notes from this.
All relationships start out with flirting, texting, ect. and then it goes to meeting up and then having extra martial sex. So is flirting really an innocent thing?
likes Kuntry

Lewisburg, KY

#7 Apr 10, 2013
Hi "Really" Thanks for quoting me. Its a compliment to be the focus of your attention. I thought your name was "Oh Good" on the other thread and you were winwin's wife with some plan about serving somebody with papers. I flirt with Kuntrygirl and yes my wife knows and even laughs about it . She also know I flirt with her sisters and she gives them a good natured hard time about it. If your so insecure with yourself and your realationships then TOPIX is not the place for the kind of help you need. If you don't like the flirting I do with Kuntrygirl or anyone else then please feel free to just go away. Although shes not, "truthfully" sounds remarkably like my wife. I also believe my wife would get along perfectly with Kuntrygirl and would join in any flirting going on even if we were all there in person. Worry about your own life and problems. You seem to have enough of your own that you "Really" don't need to invite anyone elses into your world.
Really

United States

#8 Apr 10, 2013
Wow, you sure are defensive. I'll check back with your wife after Kuntrygirl takes it to the next level. Ask her if her husband gave her this nonsense before he took off with the younger woman. Was it just harmless flirting when he did it? I'm not insecure. It's called class. You don't talk to people that aren't your spouse they way you do. You have no respect for you wife when you chat the way you do and she lying about how she feels to cover the hurt you are causing her. No woman wants to feel like she is not the one and only and shame on you for treating her that way. I'm glad I'm not married to you. We use this site in class to show the kids how NOT to treat each other.
likes Kuntry

Lewisburg, KY

#9 Apr 10, 2013
I would love to know who decided that you were the one to speak for all women. My wife can hold her own in the flirting game. and, If you use this site as a teaching aid then our education system is in worse shape then I thought.
Really

United States

#10 Apr 10, 2013
Your clueless and sad. Your wife is a good flirt, yipee! I'm sure she is thrilled. It's a teaching aid on bullying and what has been deemed important in society. Class and grace, tolerance, and helping others working through difficulties. Leadership, doing the right thing to others and treating them like a human being. Not talking to some insecure woman about what she is wearing at Lowes. Tell me, would you show the comments you make on here to your mother? Your coworkers, your children? I'm try ing to say that Kuntrygirl should treat HERSELF better than to talk dirty to strangers on the internet. It's sad and I feel bad for her. If you were her true friend then you wouldn't treat her like a piece of meat. I hope to God my daughters never talk to you.
likes Kuntry

Lewisburg, KY

#11 Apr 10, 2013
If you take the time to research your teaching aid then you will find that Kuntrygirl and I have never said anything that can be taken any other way than harmless, fun flirtaion. Now I will admit that one poster got a little carried away but that was not my conversation and was NOT MY BUSINESS or yours. As for the Lowes comment, that was not between me and Kuntrygirl. It was a post I made on a thread having nothing to do with her. If your trying to find a teaching aid about bullying then I would have to direct you to your own post on several threads. And, I believe I can be a true friend to Kuntrygirl by letting her be her and not try and change her. If I don't like someone just the way they are then I'll have to make a choice. Why should they change to meet my expectations?
truthfully

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Apr 10, 2013
Spoken like a true hypocrite. The way u are acting sounds more like u have issues that need to resolve. Instead of being on topix getting in to others business u should worry about ur own insecurities. Yes i grant u some people take flirting to far, but many people dont. My husband and I flirt all the time with others. Its all in good fun and NOBODY gets hurt. Flirting does not lead to screwing unless u want it to so yes flirting is harmless. Straight put if u dont like it dont go into their post. They are hurting nobody but u obviously. Im sure he knows what his wife is like and whether his flirting bothers her so butt out of it.
likes Kuntry

Lewisburg, KY

#13 Apr 10, 2013
"truthfully", You just became my hero. You sound like your relationship with your husband is alot like my wife and I. Thank You. It's sad other people can't find that kind of security.
Ridiculous

Greenfield, IN

#14 Apr 10, 2013
I think it's sad anyone feels the need to flirt with someone other than their spouse. Conversation? Fine. Joke? Fine. Flirt? Flirting is another form of intimacy.
kuntry

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Apr 10, 2013
Ridiculous wrote:
I think it's sad anyone feels the need to flirt with someone other than their spouse. Conversation? Fine. Joke? Fine. Flirt? Flirting is another form of intimacy.
Think again:

Sometimes I flirt with other men other than my husband. It’s pretty harmless and not very often but I wonder if it is normal. Is it normal to flirt or is it harmful?
Our panelists answered…

Sure, flirt away. Everyone needs a boost to their feeling sexy quotient. However, just make sure no lines are being crossed. Also, keep flirting with your husband, then you get to act on the feelings flirting brings up!


Yes and Possibly. It’s understandable to want to be appreciated by someone other than your husband – after all, you are married, not dead! That said, I’d recommend you use the ‘mom’ test. If you would be embarrassed if your mom saw you, it’s prudent to examine what’s going on more closely. Another test I like is,‘if I saw my husband engaging in the same behavior, would I think it was inappropriate?’ It’s great that you’re raising the question – I take this as a sign you care about your marriage. Amy B.– 40 something



Hell yes its normal, I’d even say it’s healthy. Because you said it was “harmless” and “not very often”, it falls under the Lets Be Human category. And to be honest, getting a nice smile from a man other than my husband helps me feel attractive and sexy, which is good for my — and my marriage’s — well being. If you’re not doing anything that would cause yourself, the other man, or your husband any discomfort, than flirt away! Amy C.– 40 something


Really

United States

#16 Apr 10, 2013
I agree Ridiculous. They keep talking about security when it's you guys that insecure. You have to flirt with other people to keep proving to yourslef that you are valuable. How about using the word respect and class. You can't understand it, you never will. I've seen people like you, the woman who walks around the club and flirts with everyone while her husband sits at the other table with his friends. We all can't wait for her to go sit her sad butt back down and leave us all alone. She can't wait for her to go away so we can talk so we can hold each others hand and ask about how the day went.

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#17 Apr 10, 2013
Really wrote:
I agree Ridiculous. They keep talking about security when it's you guys that insecure. You have to flirt with other people to keep proving to yourslef that you are valuable. How about using the word respect and class. You can't understand it, you never will. I've seen people like you, the woman who walks around the club and flirts with everyone while her husband sits at the other table with his friends. We all can't wait for her to go sit her sad butt back down and leave us all alone. She can't wait for her to go away so we can talk so we can hold each others hand and ask about how the day went.
You really have an odd and unhealthy obsession with Kuntry. Unless it is affecting you personally why do you care? That is exactly what is wrong with the world today everybody has to be in everybody's business trying to make them change in some way or another to be exactly like we are. Why don't you go spend some time with your spouse and leave this woman alone. Dam...enough is enough already. You say you are a teacher...WOW now that right there is a scary thought.
Duh

United States

#18 Apr 10, 2013
That's what you get for trying to get the topix sl*ts to behave. All the husbands she talks dirty to are pissed now. After all, she's just a stupid Ky woman, their daddy's never stick around to raise em. You can watch them on Springer later.
truthfully

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Apr 10, 2013
likes Kuntry wrote:
"truthfully", You just became my hero. You sound like your relationship with your husband is alot like my wife and I. Thank You. It's sad other people can't find that kind of security.
Thank u and it is very sad they have lost that part of themselves if they even had it to begin with. To me its a relatiinship is hard enough work without adding petty harmless flirting to it. My husband and i get a kick outta watching the other flirt.
truthfully

Elizabethtown, KY

#20 Apr 10, 2013
As for the rest of u haters keep on hating. My husband and i have been happily married for almost 15 years now and still going strong. How many of u straight laced boring hypocrites can say the same?

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