Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Falconer, Nov 14, 2006.
No explanation required for this question.
Girls only go to clubs for one reason and it's not to dance with their friends.
I wouldn't have a gf who enjoys going out to clubs.
nope, i trust her
depends on the relationship, and if s/hes always done it.
Yes, it does bother me, and we've fought over it. Can't afford to start anymore fights over it though.
it bothers me a bit, but she usually winds up with me that night. She doesn't go clubbing, just to bars with her girlfreinds. You just have roll with it
last gf went to the club too much for my liking so I let her go. simple as that
thats the opinion that I share
Wouldn't be with someone if I didn't trust them to go to a club with some friends.
lol, I love when people make whole generalizations that aren't true.
I absoutely LOATHE going to bars and clubs and getting hit on by gross ass guys. I love nothing more than going to a club with my girls just to dance. It happens weirdo.
If i went to clubs I am pretty sure my bf would be ok with it and it would not be to meet guys..he goes to the bar and I am fine with that also.
Yeah.. I let my SO go out to a club with a group of chicks... it worked out for the better.. Always came home smashed and sexed me up all night until she sqeezed out every last drop..
I can see the trust issue if you've been going out with someone for a few months to a year but I didn't seem to have a problem with that. I guess bc all of her friends were mine too.
If you MET her in a club, do you really think she's just going to STOP going clubbing? Hell, I met a Stripper IN a strip club, and yes I dated her and even married her. Did I try to change her, hell no, I knew what I was getting into.
If you TRUST her, there is no issue. Women love attention. So what of she goes out and other guys are staring at her and flirting with her? If she comes home to you, she should be all hot and bothered from the attention and ready to jump you!
you never date a stripper let alone marry one
alot of times its a safe generalization
I'll tell you what... it's an experience I'll never forget, and it was one hell of a fun wild ride!
so you divorced her?
After 5 years we got divorced. Had nothing to do with Stripping though.
Not to Hi-Jack this thread, but stripping is an occupation, (for some it's a lifestyle) You can't label a person SOLELY by their profession. You CAN however usually make some safe assumptions.
im a calculated risk taker, the risk for a stripper is too high imo
that used to bother me as well...but that was immature...i learned a lot since then, and i trust my gf, and i know that the ONLY reason she goes to clubs IS to simply dance with "the girls" menaing her friends...usually she will only have 1 or 2 drinks anyway....all the guys at clubs by us are really really nasty...juiced up guidos with blow outs and fake tans...i know she doesnt go for those kinda guys and my girl can definatley stick up for herslef so no need to worry...
dont work yourself up over it.
All except one of my previous GF's I would have not been happy.
My fiance'? Well, since she is engaged to a "dating advice" guy, and we work on advice together, most guys can't get past the first sentence with her. Most guys will come up and say something stupid. She'll say something like "Is that the best you've got?" Then they will stammer and be put off. A few have gotten a little further, but then she'll identify to them what they are doing and that kind of blows them out of the water. She's ruthless when guys try to pick up on her, it's very funny.
She used to be a real sweet girl, too!
lol, that's basically what I do. I mean I honestly do not like getting hit on in clubs, bars, etc. Because I know what the guy wants, and usually they are dumb as rocks. I'm very quick and sarcastic and usually say something to make them feel like a jackass til they leave me alone.
so the guys want what you dont want? you dont want sex lady goodman?
She goes. I don't get mad. I just write it down and when I go out and don't come home there is no way it can become an issue.