Can single Men be friends with Married Women?

Created by Pollister on Jun 24, 2012

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#102 Nov 26, 2012
Hitesrunprincess wrote:
<quoted text>Of course not. The woman would probably dress in something that ISN'T a burka which will show off her curves--and EVERYONE KNOWS that men CAN'T control themselves and WILL BE FORCED to jump her bones given the first chance.....
Even though the comment was intended as a put down, if one looks past the exaggerations, there actually was a grain of truth to wnat you posted. I would hope ant woman whose jugment would be tacky enough to meet privately with a married man would have the sense to dress modestly which does not necessarily mean going to the extreme of wearing a burqa. A man is hardwired to be stimulated sexually by a woman's curves, especially when bare flesh is showing. That does not mean that a man will try to rape her, but it certainly does up the risk that somebody could lead to eventual adultery. While I NEVER would consider a woman's attire (or lack of it) as an excuse for rape, I cannot understand why women would take such risks with flaunting their assets. It is every bit a foolish as one flashing his cash in a seedy bar in a rough neighborhood, something which by the way led to the 1970 death of James Sheppard, the lead singer for the Heartbeats and later, Shep and the Limelites, two noteworthy doo wop groups who had hit records.

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#103 Nov 26, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Even though the comment was intended as a put down, if one looks past the exaggerations, there actually was a grain of truth to wnat you posted. I would hope ant woman whose jugment would be tacky enough to meet privately with a married man would have the sense to dress modestly which does not necessarily mean going to the extreme of wearing a burqa. A man is hardwired to be stimulated sexually by a woman's curves, especially when bare flesh is showing. That does not mean that a man will try to rape her, but it certainly does up the risk that somebody could lead to eventual adultery. While I NEVER would consider a woman's attire (or lack of it) as an excuse for rape, I cannot understand why women would take such risks with flaunting their assets. It is every bit a foolish as one flashing his cash in a seedy bar in a rough neighborhood, something which by the way led to the 1970 death of James Sheppard, the lead singer for the Heartbeats and later, Shep and the Limelites, two noteworthy doo wop groups who had hit records.
Let me correct a couple of things. First, it should read any woman, and second, it would make more sense to say somebody could be led to eventual adultery.

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#104 Nov 26, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Even the college kids seem to have more sense than you.
The fact that you consider college kids to be the authorities on marriage says an awful lot about you....BTW- your obsession with my conduct is really amusing. Your fear that someone, somewhere might be having fun is hilarious......

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#105 Nov 26, 2012
Billy R wrote:
<quoted text>The fact that you consider college kids to be the authorities on marriage says an awful lot about you....BTW- your obsession with my conduct is really amusing. Your fear that someone, somewhere might be having fun is hilarious......
I never said that. This goes to show just how far you will go to exaggerate and misrepresent. And what about your obsession with myself. You have come to many a spurious conclusion about me. If you can't make a truthful observation about me, fantasy will do fine for you.

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Homefries

#106 Mar 12, 2015
As long as they are gay, yes.
andet1987

Chicago, IL

#107 Mar 12, 2015
DILF wrote:
As long as they are gay, yes.
How about men who pretend to be gays ?

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#108 Mar 12, 2015
Yes they can..They just might learn a little something about women along the way.

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#109 Mar 12, 2015
It depends on the people...
Ferretman

Springboro, OH

#110 Mar 12, 2015
andet1987 wrote:
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How about men who pretend to be gays ?
Who's pretending -<lisp>-?
joey

Buffalo, NY

#111 Mar 12, 2015
if their banging them. Yep!
andet1987

Chicago, IL

#112 Mar 12, 2015
Ferretman wrote:
<quoted text>
Who's pretending -<lisp>-?
Just like Mrs Doubtfire. well, he pretended to be a woman, not gay actually, in order to be closer to his children.

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#113 Mar 13, 2015
joey wrote:
if their banging them. Yep!
Excellent point!!!

Sometimes a married cougar needs a little spice in their life.
Especially if married to a feminine man.

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#114 Mar 13, 2015
Yes they can!

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#115 Mar 13, 2015
If you have to ask yourself if it's okay, then no...you probably can't. You probably can't trust yourself to do lots of things though.....but for those of us that graduated past the "mommy wow, I'm a big kid now!" stage....yes you can. That being said, all of my guy friends that were single got married. If they got divorced and I said, "oh, your single. We can't be friends"....that would just be ignorant.
Pat_Just_Pat

Los Angeles, CA

#116 Mar 13, 2015
Specifying "Single" and "Married" is dubious at best but NO!...there's too much potential for trouble and drama. Lots and lots of drama!

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#117 Mar 13, 2015
Proud To Be Trina wrote:
If you have to ask yourself if it's okay, then no...you probably can't. You probably can't trust yourself to do lots of things though.....but for those of us that graduated past the "mommy wow, I'm a big kid now!" stage....yes you can. That being said, all of my guy friends that were single got married. If they got divorced and I said, "oh, your single. We can't be friends"....that would just be ignorant.
It can be done if certain ground rules are observed such as not being alone with one another. I have friends of both genders, but I will not visit a female friend unless I go with my wife or she has her significant other present. Above all, no flirting.

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#118 Mar 13, 2015
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>It can be done if certain ground rules are observed such as not being alone with one another. I have friends of both genders, but I will not visit a female friend unless I go with my wife or she has her significant other present. Above all, no flirting.
I think it depends on the couple and is something to be decided upon within the marriage. Some people are way to easily flattered and will flirt with anyone that hits on them. People like that shouldn't really be married in the first place.
dea guy

Chicago, IL

#119 Mar 13, 2015
Proud To Be Trina wrote:
If you have to ask yourself if it's okay, then no...you probably can't. You probably can't trust yourself to do lots of things though.....but for those of us that graduated past the "mommy wow, I'm a big kid now!" stage....yes you can. That being said, all of my guy friends that were single got married. If they got divorced and I said, "oh, your single. We can't be friends"....that would just be ignorant.
How's Princess Billy's botanical business going? Is it a fancy name for a weed-dealing operation or what?

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#120 Mar 13, 2015
dea guy wrote:
<quoted text>How's Princess Billy's botanical business going? Is it a fancy name for a weed-dealing operation or what?
I'm sorry, but I don't know a Princess Billy. I know what Billy does and it's nothing of the sort. I'm still trying to figure out if you've got a hard on for me or for him. Either way it's creepy....wait a minute. Are you single? Oh, that explains it. So you're the sort I need to watch out for. Okay, got it.....no, I'm not interested.

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#121 Mar 13, 2015
Proud To Be Trina wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sorry, but I don't know a Princess Billy. I know what Billy does and it's nothing of the sort. I'm still trying to figure out if you've got a hard on for me or for him. Either way it's creepy....wait a minute. Are you single? Oh, that explains it. So you're the sort I need to watch out for. Okay, got it.....no, I'm not interested.
You haven't been around for a while and haven't heard; they're not in to men or women, unless they have a fresh supply of gerbils on hand. In which case they swing either way.

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