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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    You really asking a guy whose profile pic is of his brown flabby belly his opinion?
    Interesting choice of insult there... brown flabby. The implication being that 'brown' is a negative thing.

    I pity you and the limited life you will lead with these blinkered dismissively unintelligent ways of perceiving people and the world around you.
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    *clears throat*

    What you have here, my friend, is your very own personal soap opera.

    A guilty pleasure. Nothing is more entertaining than real life characters doing mad wrong stuff within your view. You will have to be okay with the fact that despite how immoral the story line is, you relish the ludicrous details. It's not your life or your boyfriend though so you're all good. We're only human and outright intervening is morally dubious anyway.

    Please do share updates... >.>

    I can't believe they are sharing a room too. Has no one else in the group said anything or noticed? I might even feel uncomfortable and step in at this point, talk to my room buddy about it and ask if they mind us sharing with her/him instead to stop them, but then again maybe I wouldn't. This is so messed up!

    ... Don't forget those updates.
    Well, no. I think most are oblivious to it. Nah stupid to try to switch rooms. What do you think ill happen on the trip?
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    Interesting choice of insult there... brown flabby. The implication being that 'brown' is a negative thing.

    I pity you and the limited life you will lead with these blinkered dismissively unintelligent ways of perceiving people and the world around you.
    No it's not a negative thing. Im just describing his profile pic.

    It's weird how you've managed to make such a conclusion based on three words I wrote on a forum online.
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    (Original post by sarah8686)
    Well, no. I think most are oblivious to it. Nah stupid to try to switch rooms. What do you think ill happen on the trip?
    Really? Wow... your friends don't pay attention, those things all sound so obvious.

    There will be drinking on this holiday? If so, they will definitely sleep or do other intimate things together by the end of the week. Her (very) thin veneer of respectability would be too hard to keep up spending the entire week together like a couple.
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    Really? Wow... your friends don't pay attention, those things all sound so obvious.

    There will be drinking on this holiday? If so, they will definitely sleep or do other intimate things together by the end of the week. Her (very) thin veneer of respectability would be too hard to keep up spending the entire week together like a couple.
    Have to remember these things have happened over many years. Had it been over a couple of weeks then they would all have noticed.

    And yeah, will probably drink every day soo
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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    No it's not a negative thing. Im just describing his profile pic.

    It's weird how you've managed to make such a conclusion based on three words I wrote on a forum online.
    If I'm wrong, then apologies.

    I'll break down how I came to that conclusion though, so that you can be more aware of what people might think (or maybe it's just me?):
    (Original post by tyrell221)
    You really asking a guy whose profile pic is of his brown flabby belly his opinion?
    You're asking in disbelief whether she would really want that guy's opinion (as a joke). That implies your description of him is something bad (in a jokey way); you're surprised his opinion would still be considered valuable despite [insert insult]. Now, when people use two adjectives in a context like this (negative), they are usually both bad things. For exmaple: 'I don't want your stupid ugly hat anyway!'
    'No one likes them with their huge fragile ego'
    Thus: 'brown flabby' sounds like brown is a bad thing to you, or else why mention it here?
    That would be like saying 'No one likes them with their normal-sized fragile ego'. Doesn't make sense, doesn't fit the point of the description being a bad thing.
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    If I'm wrong, then apologies.

    I'll break down how I came to that conclusion though, so that you can be more aware of what people might think (or maybe it's just me?):


    You're asking in disbelief whether she would really want that guy's opinion (as a joke). That implies your description of him is something bad (in a jokey way), implying you're surprised his opinion would still be considered valuable despite [insert insult]. Now, when people use two adjectives in a context like this (negative), they are usually both bad things. For exmaple: 'I don't want your stupid ugly hat anyway!'
    'No one likes them with their huge fragile ego'
    Thus: 'brown flabby' sounds like brown is a bad thing to you, or else why mention it here?
    That would be like saying 'No one likes them with their normal-sized fragile ego'. Doesn't make sense, doesn't fit the point of the description being a bad thing.
    I mean if he was of any ethnicity I would have mentioned it too. Although I can see why it maybe seen as me insinuating that the fact that he is brown makes it worse so I'll apologise
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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    I mean if he was of any ethnicity I would have mentioned it too. Although I can see why it maybe seen as me insinuating that the fact that he is brown makes it worse so I'll apologise
    No need to, you've done nothing wrong - I attacked you heh.

    (Original post by sarah8686)
    Have to remember these things have happened over many years. Had it been over a couple of weeks then they would all have noticed.

    And yeah, will probably drink every day soo
    Aaah... so, although she sits next to him as often as possible, it's still not so often that it would be noticeable in a group that frequently meets? Yeah, I can see that happening. Makes it worse! More likely something will happen for sure, because she doesn't feel judged.
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    They’ve already had sex or they’re planning too. Either way, she’s cheating on her boyfriend.

    Karma is a *****.
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    No need to, you've done nothing wrong - I attacked you heh.



    Aaah... so, although she sits next to him as often as possible, it's still not so often that it would be noticeable in a group that frequently meets? Yeah, I can see that happening. Makes it worse! More likely something will happen for sure, because she doesn't feel judged.
    Yep, most of it has been when few have been around. So yeah, you can see them doing it on the trip?
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    Loooool I can't believe this is a question.

    He's already been balls deep in that and probably still is.
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    (Original post by eden3)
    Loooool I can't believe this is a question.

    He's already been balls deep in that and probably still is.
    what, really?
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    (Original post by sarah8686)
    what, really?
    Really. From all those things you've told us I would confidently bet that they have (and possibly still are) sleeping together.
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    I mustsay this is a very novel way to find out if your friends are getting up to rumpy pumpy...polling people online?
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    Interesting choice of insult there... brown flabby. The implication being that 'brown' is a negative thing.

    I pity you and the limited life you will lead with these blinkered dismissively unintelligent ways of perceiving people and the world around you.
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    Sounds like the majority of my ex girlfriends. Absolute sloots :coma:

    she's a cheater ofcourse.

    I've yet to meet a girl that sticks my fingers in her mouth or vice versa and all that other dirty stuff, that isn't a full on sl*g. It's sad because it's so hot when they do things like that.
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    Update: The trip is over. They shared a room together, but obviously don't know if anything happened as I wasn't in there. She was with him a lot, and hugged him a lot. What do you think?

    (Original post by sarah8686)
    A female friend of mine has been flirting with my male friend for 6-7yrs. (same group of friends) She has a boyfriend and have had it for 5yrs. Right before they got together she was heavily flirting with him. After she got her boyfriend it obviously stopped a little, but she has been flirty with him every once in a while..

    That includes:
    -Kissing him on the neck -Kissing him on the cheek and calling him cute
    -Sitting next to him as often as possible, often holding her arms (and him holding around her)
    -She cuddling his hair, but stopping when someone saw her cuddling his hair
    -Complimenting how beautiful his eyes are
    -Night out, she hugging him 8-9 times in the space of 2-3hrs, but no one else
    -Putting her finger in his mouth while drunk, and no one else being there (saw it myself)
    -Laying on top of him drunk and putting her fingers on his lips (she seems very keen on his lips)
    -Being the last ones in the sauna they got in the shower together to shower (with bikini on). She held her arms over him
    -Kissing him on the lips when sitting on his lap (right before she got her boyfriend)
    He seems to like all these things, and doesn't push her away. She is very attractive so I think he find her attractive

    We're (our group of friends) are going on a vacation to Spain soon for 5-6 days. She is going and he is going, but not her boyfriend. Do you think anything will happen between them there, and what?

    Thoughts? How attracted/horny is she with him? A little? Very? Extremely? Does she want to/is she sleep with him?
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    (Original post by sarah8686)
    Update: The trip is over. They shared a room together, but obviously don't know if anything happened as I wasn't in there. She was with him a lot, and hugged him a lot. What do you think?
    Game over to her “ex” current boyfriend. She cheated on him.

    They obv love each other.

    She doesn’t care at all for her BF, clearly. Hopefully her “ex” (current) boyfriend will soon or has found out and moves onto a better girl.

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    (Original post by sarah8686)
    Update: The trip is over. They shared a room together, but obviously don't know if anything happened as I wasn't in there. She was with him a lot, and hugged him a lot. What do you think?


    Only way to find out what's going on is to take everybody involved in all of this on Jeremy Kyle

    I'm serious btw

    It would make a decent show..
 
 
 
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