No .. <br />
But you know ... no one can "take" someone from you anyway. It would have to be a joint effort. <br />
I'm secure in my relationship .. so it wouldn't bother me that much.
My self proclaimed best friend (who was also my roommate at the time) tried several times to seduce my then boyfriend. How did she do it: 1). She would purposefully seat with her legs open so her underwear would show 2). She would walk around the apartment naked and go into my room where she new my bf was sleeping after I'd leave for work 3) One karaoke night when I was on stage she was trying to force kiss him. I was lucky to have a bf who did not fall for any of that and would actually tell me what she was upto - -
They don't take them..<br />
Cheaters freely walk into to it
I was in a restaurant once and the waitress practically climbed in the ex's lap right in front of me because she liked his cologne so much. Personally, I hated his cologne...but she was ticking me off with her behaviour. I found it to be extremely inappropriate in a waitress. I didn't tip her.
It was the cologne...couldn't stand it...
Yep .. And I let the three of them have them too .. Suffice to say they all broke up
not since junior high. other women have flirted with my husband but it is normally to get a better tip shame I'd the one who decides on the tip huh.
No, my boyfriends were always the ones pursuing them. lol
Yep. long story thou
Yes and they could have had him.