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    (Original post by Arekkusu)
    These girls work at McDonalds. No-one wants to have someone who works there on their bedpost
    I beg to differ. If a girl regularly swallows mcdonalds, she can swallow anything.
    Filthy diet = filthy sex habits.

    On a serious note, trust him OP. But then, i wouldnt stay faithful in a long distance relationship, it just seems like the worst of both worlds. In a relationship without the regular physical meets. Alone most the time yet cant get with girls?

    Pointless.
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    If he cheats on you, he cheats - do you seriously think you'd prefer your boyfriend to wish he had the guts to cheat on you, or have a boyfriend who's only not cheated on you because he hasn't had the opportunity to? If he's not a cheater, he won't cheat.

    Saying that, there's nothing to suggest that he will cheat on you really.
    If anything, if he goes out with his female friends from work and doesn't act inappropriately, you'll know you can trust him and it will improve your relationship.


    Sorry if it seems harsh, I just don't believe that your boyfriend not cheating on you, because you've removed any opportunity for him to, is necessarily a good thing.
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    (Original post by Boobies.)
    If he cheats on you, he cheats - do you seriously think you'd prefer your boyfriend to wish he had the guts to cheat on you, or have a boyfriend who's only not cheated on you because he hasn't had the opportunity to? If he's not a cheater, he won't cheat.

    Saying that, there's nothing to suggest that he will cheat on you really.
    If anything, if he goes out with his female friends from work and doesn't act inappropriately, you'll know you can trust him and it will improve your relationship.


    Sorry if it seems harsh, I just don't believe that your boyfriend not cheating on you, because you've removed any opportunity for him to, is necessarily a good thing.
    thank you
    no, i don't think that's harsh
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    They look like dogs. Why post anonymous? Are you afraid of being neg repped.
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    Calm down he probably just wants a dance and a socialise. Besides he should be allowed his own friends and his life still just because he is with you. If he didn't then he would probably resent you if you stop him going.
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    Lol, I'm in a LDR so my boyfriend has been clubbing without me heaps. Just let him hang out with his friends and relax.
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    I let my boyfriend go. I go out a lot, and he never has a problem with it, and I wouldn't like it if he told me I couldn't go. I go out to drink and have fun with my friends, and he should trust me. Trust is important in relationships.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    we're in a long-distance relationship, but i'm going "home" on boxing day. today he told me he's going clubbing (for the first time) tomorrow night. i asked where, who with. he replied "with girls from work", he's been working in mcdonalds for over a month.
    i'm becoming increasingly paranoid about this.. in the past we've had a few issues with what behaviour is appropriate

    in general, he's an outgoing type of guy, whereas i tend to prefer a calmer cinema/bar night with friends to the whole clubbing scene

    what do you think?
    found this http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/631222 and reading upon singles looking to hook up, which makes me even more uncomfortable
    My boyfriend (LDR) goes out every week, with friends of both sexes. If you trust him, there is nothing to worry about.
 
 
 
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