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    (Original post by SiminaM)
    EOB?

    Then what's the problem?
    Saw your edit - idk you seem a nicer person than most tsr guys with gf are *cough* schrodingers cat *cough*
    An ear? That can't be that bad


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    Such a rooky TSR error :sadnod:. Nice guys finish last and get cuckolded into oblivion. Have you not seen the academic output this forum produces? :rolleyes:

    How I am on here is me without all the inhibitions.

    No one disses schrocat :boxing:
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I don't know the situation. Perhaps they didn't see it. Perhaps they were busy and thought you'd understand.
    But as a rule of thumb generally ?
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    But people are superficial. We are programed to be.
    Surely if you're aware of that then you can change that? We aren't just robots.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Such a rooky TSR error :sadnod:. Nice guys finish last and get cuckolded into oblivion. Have you not seen the academic output this forum produces? :rolleyes:

    How I am on here is me without all the inhibitions.

    No one disses schrocat :boxing:

    Please tell me this is sarcasm, or I'm going to get a train up to Manchester and slap you.
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    Yes that is a completely normal and rational thing to do.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    But what happens if I am really a *******? I don't really think you can trust the opinion you have of yourself.

    I'm obviously doing something wrong or there is something wrong with me since I have a zero success rate. Or I am just uber unlucky and the universe if ****ing me over.
    I've told you before, your problem is you live in bloody Macclesfield!

    Plus the whole not actually doing anything that puts you in a position where you meet people....
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Please tell me this is sarcasm, or I'm going to get a train up to Manchester and slap you.
    You do realize it isn't "up" to get to Manchester from Liverpool? Will have to brush up your geography skillz before you can clobber me. Although if getting a clobbering means I can meet you I'm fine with that, in a strictly platonic way of course

    Yes, it was indeed sarcasm. I may be a virgin but I'm not stupid.





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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    You do realize it isn't "up" to get to Manchester from Liverpool? Will have to brush up your geography skillz before you can clobber me. Although if getting a clobbering means I can meet you I'm fine with that, in a strictly platonic way of course

    Yes, it was indeed sarcasm. I may be a virgin but I'm not stupid.




    Just had a quick look at your pic and you look like a cross between Howard from the big bang theory and Jay from inbetweeners :laugh:
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)


    Yes, it was indeed sarcasm. I may be a virgin but I'm not stupid.
    NOW I get it lol.
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    (Original post by redferry)
    I've told you before, your problem is you live in bloody Macclesfield!

    Plus the whole not actually doing anything that puts you in a position where you meet people....
    Macclesfield isn't inhabited by asexual mutants you know :hmmm:

    Since I left uni I met Nottingham uni biology volunteering girl who I actually asked out with the usual result. Then there was polish wage slave girl which was a bit weird. Was sort of attracted but don't really think we had that much in common, but mainly she scared me and all my colleagues made it really weird by trying to get me to shag her. Was going to try and ask her out when I left but I chickened out. Then there is Danish au pair wannabe chemist volunteering girl who keeps hinting about me taking her rockclimbing but I don't have a car and I;m pretty sure I would end up killing both of us if I did that

    Plus she has a boyfriend back home :innocent:

    So that's three potential women in about 10 months? Is that bad?

    I knwo I need to do more things where I can meet people, but that's the problem, even when I do manage to do something new I still don;t make any friends or anything. I just sort of plod along. In my entirety at uni I made one friend, who I am actually really close with, that seems to be a recurring pattern in my life actually, I sort of just plod along but I will get randomly get close with certain individuals, I'm hoping the same will happen with a girlfriend at some point Worked for my dad anyway.

    (Original post by luvinit)
    Just had a quick look at your pic and you look like a cross between Howard from the big bang theory and Jay from inbetweeners :laugh:
    I can't work out how to delete those ****ing pictures http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/imag...lies/angry.gif

    God only knows why I put them on there. Was probably going through a phase where I thought I didn't look entirely stupid.

    Howard still ended up with that small squeaky blonde girl. But that's TV.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Macclesfield isn't inhabited by asexual mutants you know :hmmm:

    Since I left uni I met Nottingham uni biology volunteering girl who I actually asked out with the usual result. Then there was polish wage slave girl which was a bit weird. Was sort of attracted but don't really think we had that much in common, but mainly she scared me and all my colleagues made it really weird by trying to get me to shag her. Was going to try and ask her out when I left but I chickened out. Then there is Danish au pair wannabe chemist volunteering girl who keeps hinting about me taking her rockclimbing but I don't have a car and I;m pretty sure I would end up killing both of us if I did that

    Plus she has a boyfriend back home :innocent:

    So that's three potential women in about 10 months? Is that bad?

    I knwo I need to do more things where I can meet people, but that's the problem, even when I do manage to do something new I still don;t make any friends or anything. I just sort of plod along. In my entirety at uni I made one friend, who I am actually really close with, that seems to be a recurring pattern in my life actually, I sort of just plod along but I will get randomly get close with certain individuals, I'm hoping the same will happen with a girlfriend at some point Worked for my dad anyway.



    I can't work out how to delete those ****ing pictures

    God only knows why I put them on there. Was probably going through a phase where I thought I didn't look entirely stupid.
    I think it's time you got a new haircut. :afro:
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    no, you're going to be looking things in a complete different mindset. Checking her FB and you see a bit of flirting, you're going to get mad etc

    not saying everybody flirts, but a lot of people do (just harmless flirts) and you're just going to cause problems for both if you start checking, or if she's just talking to a guy/guy talking to a girl

    my ex went through my phone once and would be like "who's this girl" "why is she giving you this many kisses" etc when nothing went on
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So im wondering, ive started going out with this girl and I was talking to a mate of myne who is in a long term realtionship. He told me he checks his girlfriends texts and facebook on a regular basis and he asks her about which guys shes been talking to at work, is this normal ?
    It's normal if you are in a dysfunctional relationship
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    You do realize it isn't "up" to get to Manchester from Liverpool? Will have to brush up your geography skillz before you can clobber me. Although if getting a clobbering means I can meet you I'm fine with that, in a strictly platonic way of course

    Yes, it was indeed sarcasm. I may be a virgin but I'm not stupid.





    I thought it was up :'( but it's just to the left
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    No, I never ever controlled wife's facebook.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    I thought it was up :'( but it's just to the left
    To the right*
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So im wondering, ive started going out with this girl and I was talking to a mate of myne who is in a long term realtionship. He told me he checks his girlfriends texts and facebook on a regular basis and he asks her about which guys shes been talking to at work, is this normal ?
    No trust is bad, but I've been in a 2 and a half year relationship with absolutely no trust and we've made it work. I don't think trust is a necessity in order to make a relationship work, you just have to be willing to make sacrifices for that person
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    You need to check. Im texting her
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    I do and especially it's important that he changes his relationship status so that other girls know he's taken. I don't have BF atm but that's what I did with my previous ones in fact checking their FBs when they're an exBF is the best lol you could see how much ****ter their lives have gotten also can compare with the new girl they have if they have one at all. lol


    (Original post by Mr Smurf)
    No, partly because I am not a control freak, but mostly because I don't have a girlfriend. :emo:
    maybe if you got rid of that ridiculous sig and stop holding girls to such unattainable standards of beauty you'd have more luck. What sort of girls do you go for? 'cause I have a feeling you're punching way above your league.
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    I'd only ever justify checking someone's social media if they're feeling sad or something and you think they might have posted a reason as to why. Either that or if it's an emergency of personal safety.
 
 
 
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