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Subject: Re: Picard


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Ashley
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Date Posted: 15:45:01 05/12/06 Fri
In reply to: Debbie Debate 's message, "Re: Picard" on 13:14:35 05/12/06 Fri

If the gfs/wives and fiancess think their bfs are not cheating on them, then they live in a fantasy world

>>I completely agree with Jenn, any girl who gets with
>>someone who they know has a girlfriend is a whore. I
>>also dont think shes jealous, maybe she is just sick
>>of watching all the whores in the bar get away with
>>what their doing. Maybe someone should start telling
>>the girlfriend/fiances/wives whats going on and giving
>>names, I bet you all wouldnt be so defensive then when
>>they all come knocking on your door.
>
>Yes, but what if the girl doesn't know? That's the
>question that's begging to be answered here! For
>argument's sake let's come up with nice little word
>problems to help us out:
>
>WORD PROBLEM #1 : Girl X is dating Boy Y. Girl X
>doesn't get to see Boy Y since she lives out of the
>country/state/whatever. At a bar, Boy Y goes up to
>Girl Z and at the end of the night, Girl Z ends up
>taking Boy Y home. Boy Y invites Girl Z in and adds
>that he has a g/f. Girl Z decides that she's going
>with Boy Y regardless. Boy Y doesn't try to stop her
>because he wants sex. Who is at fault?
>
>ANSWER : Girl Z is at fault because she agreed. Boy Y
>is also at fault because he isn't exactly refusing her.
>
>WORD PROBLEM #2 : Girl X is dating Boy Y. Girl X
>doesn't get to see Boy Y since she lives out of the
>country/state/whatever. At a bar, Boy Y goes up to
>Girl Z and at the end of the night, Girl Z ends up
>taking Boy Y home. Once at Boy Y's house, he invites
>Girl Z in. Girl Z is apprehensive because she's only
>talked to Boy Y a few times. To make sure everything
>is good, Girl Z asks Boy Y if he has a g/f. Boy Y
>responds "No, I don't."/"I did, but we broke up."
>Girl Z and Boy Y end up getting with one another. Who
>is at fault?
>
>ANSWER : Boy Y is completely at fault. He told a lie
>to Girl Z just so he could get with her. You could
>argue that Girl Z is a little bit at fault since she
>didn't pressure him for more information, but you
>would have a difficult time doing it.
>
>I know that's a long way to get to the bottom of the
>problem, but I don't think you can entirely lay the
>blame on ONE person in Problem #1.

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