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So I have been in a relationship for almost 3 years now but I always exchange flirty texts with one of my female friend who I find very pretty. We would always flirt and talk about us having sex or sending nudes (but we never send nudes ofc) and then we would end our conversation with "just joking". Does this count as cheating?
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No lmao
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So I have been in a relationship for almost 3 years now but I always exchange flirty texts with one of my female friend who I find very pretty. We would always flirt and talk about us having sex or sending nudes (but we never send nudes ofc) and then we would end our conversation with "just joking". Does this count as cheating?
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I would say you are very borderline cheating. You should probably stop this before it goes any further. If you actually like this person and would consider a relationship with them then maybe take some time to personally reflect on your feelings and then talk to your partner. If you love your partner then definitely stop all this cause imagine how hurt they would be. Flirting with someone whilst in a relationship never leads to anything good, so whilst it may not be cheating yet, it is still quite bad.
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In my opinion, yes that does count
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So I have been in a relationship for almost 3 years now but I always exchange flirty texts with one of my female friend who I find very pretty. We would always flirt and talk about us having sex or sending nudes (but we never send nudes ofc) and then we would end our conversation with "just joking". Does this count as cheating?
Not exactly fair on your girlfriend, I mean how would you feel if she was doing that to you.
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You and your partner should define the boundaries over what is cheating and what isn't.

Some people may consider that cheating and some may not, asking an online community isn't the best place to ask. If in doubt, don't do it.
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I'd class this as cheating or at the very least, on the verge of cheating. Do you act more flirty with this friend than you do your partner? If you have to ask if this is cheating then I think you know what you are doing is dodgy, given that you are in a relationship and it would be worth re-evaluating if you are happy in your current relationship and if its best to continue.
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Just think, would you like it if your girlfriend was doing that to you? No I assume, so stop it as soon as possible and do it for your girl instead
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So I have been in a relationship for almost 3 years now but I always exchange flirty texts with one of my female friend who I find very pretty. We would always flirt and talk about us having sex or sending nudes (but we never send nudes ofc) and then we would end our conversation with "just joking". Does this count as cheating?
Would you be happy to let your girlfriend see those texts, or for your girlfriend to do that with another guy? If yes, then you are not in a relationship with someone you care enough about to keep it going. If no, then either modify how you speak to this girl or cut her off entirely.
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These "is this cheating?" threads get made every week, and the answer is always "no, but it's dishonest". All users should be made to read this statement before posting in the relationships forum.
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The reason why you're indulging in this is because you are not getting it from your girlfriend. So even if you are 'joking' which is basically social conditioning to make it appear to be acceptable, it's still wrong because you know theres something missing in your relationship with your girlfriend
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