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    My girlfriend has gone for food and drinks at her friends house, it's just her and two lads. She worked with them last year and said they're close, with one moving away soon hence the social. One apparently has a long term girlfriend. I was absolutely okay with it before and even dropped her off, but she hasn't been replying at all (we usually text all the time and yes I understand she's socialising so won't be glued to her phone, but all other nights out she's replied a few times)
    She's absolutely stunning and I've been cheated on before, so now my mind is racing. It's a strange scenario to me to be having food with just 2 blokes anyway to me. D'ya reckon i'm just being insecure or would you wonder too?
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    My girlfriend has gone for food and drinks at her friends house, it's just her and two lads. She worked with them last year and said they're close, with one moving away soon hence the social. One apparently has a long term girlfriend. I was absolutely okay with it before and even dropped her off, but she hasn't been replying at all (we usually text all the time and yes I understand she's socialising so won't be glued to her phone, but all other nights out she's replied a few times)
    She's absolutely stunning and I've been cheated on before, so now my mind is racing. It's a strange scenario to me to be having food with just 2 blokes anyway to me. D'ya reckon i'm just being insecure or would you wonder too?
    I'd wonder too, but I would ultimately trust my partner.
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    relax sounds like she just good friends I have many male friends but I am faithful to my boyfriend
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    Maybe she hasn't replied because she wants to have a life outside of the relationship? You can't expect her to fully enjoy herself if she's giving you updates throughout the night. Stop being so paranoid, if she was having a threesome, I'm sure there are more discreet ways of going about it than having her boyfriend give her a lift there.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My girlfriend has gone for food and drinks at her friends house, it's just her and two lads. She worked with them last year and said they're close, with one moving away soon hence the social. One apparently has a long term girlfriend. I was absolutely okay with it before and even dropped her off, but she hasn't been replying at all (we usually text all the time and yes I understand she's socialising so won't be glued to her phone, but all other nights out she's replied a few times)
    She's absolutely stunning and I've been cheated on before, so now my mind is racing. It's a strange scenario to me to be having food with just 2 blokes anyway to me. D'ya reckon i'm just being insecure or would you wonder too?
    Yes you are being insecure. Stop texting and let her have some peace.
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    she is blatantly banging least one of them tonight
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    Your girlfriend is allowed to hang out with her guy mates. Do you not trust her enough? She should be able to enjoy her meal in peace.
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    Maybe she hasn't replied because she wants to have a life outside of the relationship? You can't expect her to fully enjoy herself if she's giving you updates throughout the night. Stop being so paranoid, if she was having a threesome, I'm sure there are more discreet ways of going about it than having her boyfriend give her a lift there.
    As I said, I don't expect her to be glued to her phone, and every other time she has been out she has replied to me, but tonight I'm getting nothing.
    I mean that would be the ultimate thrill wouldn't it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My girlfriend has gone for food and drinks at her friends house, it's just her and two lads. She worked with them last year and said they're close, with one moving away soon hence the social. One apparently has a long term girlfriend. I was absolutely okay with it before and even dropped her off, but she hasn't been replying at all (we usually text all the time and yes I understand she's socialising so won't be glued to her phone, but all other nights out she's replied a few times)
    She's absolutely stunning and I've been cheated on before, so now my mind is racing. It's a strange scenario to me to be having food with just 2 blokes anyway to me. D'ya reckon i'm just being insecure or would you wonder too?
    Bet they had a THREESOME.
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    Yes you are being insecure. Stop texting and let her have some peace.
    I'm not repeatedly texting her, I've text her the once and that was when I got back home, I don't double text ever.
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    Are they really fit lads she's enjoying food with? :smug:

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    Are they really fit lads she's enjoying food with? :smug:

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    No idea what they even look like, I've not met them before
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    theres nothing to worry about, op.
    though are you familiar with the term spit roast?
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    It's definitely a threesome. Sorry mate
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    I'm not repeatedly texting her, I've text her the once and that was when I got back home, I don't double text ever.
    Just find something else to do or go to bed early. Not making a fuss shows you trust her. making a fuss shows the opposite and casts you as needy and insecure.
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    theres nothing to worry about, op.
    though are you familiar with the term spit roast?
    Fully; but I think she's having a very orthodox meal.

    In all honesty though, let's hope not eh ha.
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    It's a strange scenario to me to be having food with just 2 blokes anyway to me.
    Following this logic bisexual people shouldn't be allowed friends at all.
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    What kind of food? hopefully it's not a spit roasting session
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    Back yourself mate, or at least have faith that she isn't so disrespectful as to make you drop her off at her side dudes place.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My girlfriend has gone for food and drinks at her friends house, it's just her and two lads. She worked with them last year and said they're close, with one moving away soon hence the social. One apparently has a long term girlfriend. I was absolutely okay with it before and even dropped her off, but she hasn't been replying at all (we usually text all the time and yes I understand she's socialising so won't be glued to her phone, but all other nights out she's replied a few times)
    She's absolutely stunning and I've been cheated on before, so now my mind is racing. It's a strange scenario to me to be having food with just 2 blokes anyway to me. D'ya reckon i'm just being insecure or would you wonder too?
    It's all over, you might as well dump her now ... how dare she dine with, not one, but two blokes! :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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