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    I went out to a party with my new boyfriend last night and there's some girl who kept chatting to him about music etc, they seemed to have loads in common music wise.

    I wasn't too bothered by that, but then later on they made a bet and he lost but apparently the winner was to buy the loser a shot, so she bought him a shot.

    I'm taking it for granted that she wasn't chatting him up because generally girls aren't interested in him as he's not a badboy. He's a bit too serious about life in general and somewhat introverted. However, he's very successful in his career and good long term prospect, he's marriage material.

    But could she have been chatting him up?
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    She probably was.


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    yeah maybe because she didnt know he had a girlfriend
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    No. there is probably a flirty undercurrent but nothing will come of it most likely. And honestly buying others shots at a party is nothing. Honestly it sounds like he could use the attention if your reaction was you took it for granted no-one would be interested in him
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    (Original post by eliza.anne)
    She probably was.


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    In that case, what a *****.

    I told him that she seemed really fond of him, but he thinks it was all innocent
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    (Original post by babygirl110)
    In that case, what a *****.

    I told him that she seemed really fond of him, but he thinks it was all innocent
    Agreed, if she knew he had a girlfriend. But if she wasn't aware you can't blame her too much. I wouldn't dwell on it though, your boyfriend seemed oblivious so it's not that big a deal


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    Probably, was it obvious that he wasn't single?

    Just because he's not the type that generally attracts loads of girls doesn't mean anything. All girls have different types, your boyfriend may have happened to be her type.
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    (Original post by Sereni)
    No. there is probably a flirty undercurrent but nothing will come of it most likely. And honestly buying others shots at a party is nothing. Honestly it sounds like he could use the attention if your reaction was you took it for granted no-one would be interested in him
    Yeah, I'm kind of chuffed that he got attention. He told me he's not interested in her when I told him that she seemed fond of him
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    (Original post by eliza.anne)
    Agreed, if she knew he had a girlfriend. But if she wasn't aware you can't blame her too much. I wouldn't dwell on it though, your boyfriend seemed oblivious so it's not that big a deal


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    Yeah, she knows that we are together.

    Part of me even wondered whether its all a game to her, a challenge to see if she can have him
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    (Original post by babygirl110)
    Yeah, she knows that we are together.

    Part of me even wondered whether its all a game to her, a challenge to see if she can have him
    Yeah then she's a *****, if she tries it again I'd make it clear he's very much yours.


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    So what if she was?

    As long as you trust your boyfriend whats the big deal? She might want to ride him til the cows come home but if you trust him, you'll know that he'll do the right thing and go home with you.
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    (Original post by babygirl110)
    Yeah, she knows that we are together.

    Part of me even wondered whether its all a game to her, a challenge to see if she can have him
    Or maybe she was just being friendly... you know just making conversation after all it was a party. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Lexi99)
    So what if she was?

    As long as you trust your boyfriend whats the big deal? She might want to ride him til the cows come home but if you trust him, you'll know that he'll do the right thing and go home with you.
    This.
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    (Original post by reissekm)
    Or maybe she was just being friendly... you know just making conversation after all it was a party. :rolleyes:
    Yeah, that too.

    Which is why I'm asking what people think. It might be me getting the wrong end of the stick.
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    (Original post by reissekm)
    This.


    (Original post by Lexi99)
    So what if she was?

    As long as you trust your boyfriend whats the big deal? She might want to ride him til the cows come home but if you trust him, you'll know that he'll do the right thing and go home with you.
    Yeah, I trust him. Was just curious
 
 
 
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