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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Should I?

    We are very close, not just a casual relationship if you get me. Both trust each other, care for each other e.t.c.
    I'm here wondering why you didn't go with her 🤔
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    (Original post by CON5P1RACY K1D)
    I'm here wondering why you didn't go with her 🤔
    innit should u not be watching out for her
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Should I?

    We are very close, not just a casual relationship if you get me. Both trust each other, care for each other e.t.c.
    a real woman would club with u
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    Nothing wrong if she is going solely order to hear the DJ's set. But assuming the worst comes to the worst and she does get shagged by multiple strangers, its not anyones gonna die or anything.
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    Maybe you're thinking about this in the wrong way.
    It's not her that you don't trust, it is other people? (Not trying to put words in your mouth but this is the way I feel sometimes). But if you trust her and you both know where you stand in the 'relationship', you have nothing to worry about!

    Edit: She is a woman not a child I'm sure she will be fine without you 'watching out for her'
    You could always arrange to club with her another night to see how you both are around other people in a 'club' environment... might put you at ease, seeing her handle her own
 
 
 
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