Girlfriend Knowingly kissed another guy while drunk

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So this happened recently at an event and im curious to ask what yall think. Her and I were together roughly over a month doing things couples should be doing. I asked her to be my girlfriend at the event and she extatically said yes. 2 days after me asking her to be my girl she stays out till 5am. Im worried that is she okay or not but I dont see her till the next morning. The next morning her and I meet and she tells me shes kissed another man while drunk but knowingly did it. That following day I dont see her at all because shes pulled an all nighter at an old friends party. What should I do?
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She's not worth it
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She was drunk, big deal. Get over it.
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She was drunk, big deal. Get over it.
yeah but she knowingly did it
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Seems like it could be a roller coaster of a relationship. Unless you’re very keen perhaps knock it on the head
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idk what you mean “what should I do?”

how do you feel about her breaking that loyalty? No one here can answer that but you.
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She was drunk, big deal. Get over it.
Easier said than done. If this happened to you - would you, as you say, "[get] over it" as if nothing happened?
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find yourself a new nun gf. I hear they're less prone to cheating. :rolleyes:
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Drink makes people care less about the consequences. When she kissed the man, she probably wasn't thinking about the implications for your relationship
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You have been together for 5 minutes and she has cheated on you already.
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Do you object to having a gf who is in the habit of kissing other people, going to all night parties and getting drunk?
If the answer to any of the three is yes- dump her and find a more compatible gf.
If you have no objections, you now know what her hobbies & habits are and can let her know that you also enjoy the all night party scene.
Good luck!
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(Original post by londonmyst)
Do you object to having a gf who is in the habit of kissing other people, going to all night parties and getting drunk?
If the answer to any of the three is yes- dump her and find a more compatible gf.
If you have no objections, you now know what her hobbies & habits are and can let her know that you also enjoy the all night party scene.
Good luck!
First time she kissed someone while she was drunk. First time ive seen her drunk and first time any of her friends seen her go to all night parties.
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First time she kissed someone while she was drunk. First time ive seen her drunk and first time any of her friends seen her go to all night parties.
dump her.
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She was drunk, big deal. Get over it.
Not an excuse.
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You haven't been together long so might be best to just call it quits.
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Uh leave before you become too emotionally invested?

Unless you are a cuck, in which case idk why you made this post.
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Easier said than done. If this happened to you - would you, as you say, "[get] over it" as if nothing happened?
I've drunkenly made out with people, and that level of forgiveness is expected. I don't see the problem.
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If you're fine with it? Who cares.

If not? Then break up and find someone more compatible who isn't going to go and do this sort of thing.
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Stop being insecure, you should be comfortable with her getting with and even sleeping multiple men, at the same time.

You don’t own her.
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(Original post by Trinculo)
I've drunkenly made out with people, and that level of forgiveness is expected. I don't see the problem.
Hmm. I'll give you one - loyalty is shattered. There's an element of trust between two people, and, if shattered, it can (and most likely will) ruin things.
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