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A friend of mine called me today and was upset with the lady that he has been dating for 2 years because she went to a car show and dance last night by herself without telling him of her intentions. They were together all day and evening on Saturday and the dance was Sunday night. His feelings were hurt because she did not tell him about it until this morning and he told her that he felt that it was in poor taste that she went alone without telling him of her intentions to go.

I know them both very well and I do not want to get caught in the middle of their disagreement. I only mentioned to him that I was surprised that she went alone to the well attended annual event and I agreed with him that I felt that it was a questionable decision on her part to attend by herself. He said that he was busy with something else and could not have gone anyway and she was aware of that.

After we got off the phone I started thinking about it, and I would be a little upset too and questioning her motives for going alone. She is not a flirt or has wondering eyes in any way, she enjoys 50s and 60s music and just likes to dance to that style of music and there are not a lot of those style dances where they live. The event attracts people in the 50-70 year old age group.

What are your thoughts on the situation, are we both paranoid 60 year old men or was it a poor decision on her part?
 

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A friend of mine called me today and was upset with the lady that he has been dating for 2 years because she went to a car show and dance last night by herself without telling him of her intentions. They were together all day and evening on Saturday and the dance was Sunday night. His feelings were hurt because she did not tell him about it until this morning and he told her that he felt that it was in poor taste that she went alone without telling him of her intentions to go.

I know them both very well and I do not want to get caught in the middle of their disagreement. I only mentioned to him that I was surprised that she went alone to the well attended annual event and I agreed with him that I felt that it was a questionable decision on her part to attend by herself. He said that he was busy with something else and could not have gone anyway and she was aware of that.

After we got off the phone I started thinking about it, and I would be a little upset too and questioning her motives for going alone. She is not a flirt or has wondering eyes in any way, she enjoys 50s and 60s music and just likes to dance to that style of music and there are not a lot of those style dances where they live. The event attracts people in the 50-70 year old age group.

What are your thoughts on the situation, are we both paranoid 60 year old men or was it a poor decision on her part?

Poor decision and showed no respect for your friend.

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So is he jealous that she might go have a good time without him? Is he afraid she might go find some young buck and fuck around on him? Sounds like your buddy has insecurity issues. You cannot build a relationship on a foundation of jealousy and mistrust. She's probably better off finding someone who doesn't still think like a teenager.
 

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Does he dance like this
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Well they aren't married and it's been established that they both knew he had plans and wouldn't be able to go out so why does she have to check in with him and let him know everything she is doing. Now if she left him home doing nothing and snuck out that would be different.
 

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Unbutton your sweater vest, women like their geasers to look young and hip.
 

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Sounds to me like your buddy needs to slip up the next time they are doing it and hit the drit road...that will teach her.:rolleyes:
 

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She's hiding something. If this sort of thing happens regularly (she going out alone) because he has other things to do, she's hiding that she's looking for a better fit.
 

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He's just dating her, not married?

If so, she is a free spirit and welcomed to have some 'alone time'.

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She's hiding something. If this sort of thing happens regularly (she going out alone) because he has other things to do, she's hiding that she's looking for a better fit.
Not necessarily. When they go out together to a dance what does he do? Does he sit at the table and not dance with her or insist on dancing every dance with her? Does he not know how and looks like he doesn't know how? I can think of several reasons why she would go alone.

If he had other plans sounds like he didn't mind letting her cool her heels as long as it was at home by herself.
 
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