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    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.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Both trust each other,
    Clearly not
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    If you really trusted her you wouldn't even be asking this question
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    (Original post by jawsontheflooor)
    If you really trusted her you wouldn't even be asking this question
    Its not a fact that I dont trust her, its the first time i've been in this situation so naturally I'm slightly anxious.
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    Trust her

    Is she known to shag other lads drunk or sober?

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    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.
    Do you give her lots of attention? I doubt your girlfriend will be going clubbing with the intention of cheating but it's well known how much attention girls get at nightclubs. Maybe she needed a cheap ego boost?
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    No, you shouldn't. If your relationship is based on trust, as it should be, you have nothing to worry about and it's out of your control, it's really up to her.
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    Do not trust her. Wear a disguise, follow her, get your mates to try it on, spike her drink and get them to try again. If she even acknowledges them at any point throughout the night, she is a slut and a whore.
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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    Trust her

    Is she known to shag other lads drunk or sober?

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    She doesnt do that drunk or sober xD I ****ing hope not anyways!

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    Do you give her lots of attention? I doubt your girlfriend will be going clubbing with the intention of cheating but it's well known how much attention girls get at nightclubs. Maybe she needed a cheap ego boost?
    Yeah I do, plenty of it.
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    We all know only ****s go to clubs, so your girl is a ****, especially if she goes while in a relationship, get rid quick
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    I think you should always have an element of doubt
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    No. If she really loves and cares for you then nothing will happen. And if it does...well she wouldn't be the best person for you anyway.

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    (Original post by neal95)
    I think you should always have an element of doubt
    I suppose, thanks for the understanding


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    No. If she really loves and cares for you then nothing will happen. And if it does...well she wouldn't be the best person for you anyway.

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    Yeah I suppose, Im confident she does but I guess im just scared about the worst.
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    Try and fit a tiny mic somewhere on her, like a little spy one. Sorted.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I suppose, thanks for the understanding




    Yeah I suppose, Im confident she does but I guess im just scared about the worst.
    I understand your concerns but don't worry. Have faith in her
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Its not a fact that I dont trust her, its the first time i've been in this situation so naturally I'm slightly anxious.
    It's normal to feel a bit anxious in these situations. Let things play out and see how it goes. You'll feel a lot more relieved afterwards if your trust hasn't been broken, and also more confident in your relationship the next time your partner goes on a night out without you. Just don't be the first one yourself to plant mistrust.

    When she returns, don't becoming controlling and insecure. Be pleasant and ask her if she had a nice time.

    Let us know how it went.
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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 would be worried.
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