We both had our wild, adventurous days in college, and things are a lot milder now. He is also the kinda guy that does not want to make waves. That will tell you quite a bit about how he feels. She let it go on for a while then removed his hand. But good point that by not saying something when something inappropriate comes up then I'm participating. Some people look into this stuff too much.
That there are other ways to be, other ways to think. Tell him you are pissed and will punch him out if he continues to do it. She was walking away form me so I saw her backside and just as I looked she must have heard or sensed me because she turned and looked at me, also giving me a view of her front side. In hindsight I definitely would have handled the situation differently; I would have reached out to my friend and I would have been more forgiving because she was one of my oldest friends. If she flirts with you again then I'd take action but otherwise I'd not worry about it. I love my wife but I thinks every day the love she feels for me turns to my friend. She didn't indicate that at all.
I would also take into consideration what this says about your wife as a person. At the very least I would inquire to his wife if they are having issues and tread carefully with the details you choose to divulge. That way, she knows that something major happened without you having to spill the beans about him making a full-on pass at you, or the conversation may naturally lead you to a full confession anyway. I know they were just trying to help, but there was no evidence that you wanted him to be interested. Monogamy is literally the opposite of evolution dumb ass.
Your body will always want. Think about it long and hard — the potential consequences either way, how long you might be embroiled in potential drama, whether or not this will affect your friendship with the female friend, and whether this might affect mutual friendships between you. Their tastiest game is the spouses of others. Still no cooperation from her. But I think I agree with it! So, unless you are interested in taking on that challenge or the issues of disloyalty to your friend involved in having an affair with her , I wouldn't respond to her gestures. I found this post because I was searching for some answers myself.
How about not being a flirty attention-getter with my husband! When she came out of the bathroom we immediately embrace in another heated french kiss. Ask him what he thinks would be a good solution to your discomfort. I'm sure there's no intention of anything, meaning he isn't pursuing her for an affair, but the lines are being crossed. As for the rest, I'm not the lynch mob type. No one should treat a loved one as your wife did you. I always see them laughing and happy.
Down a dark hallway no less with the chances slim of anyone being up at the same time in view of the hallway. My point is you can move on from this situation because you did the right thing by confronting him, and he did the right thing by apologizing and taking responsibility. We have known them many years. Some people are like that. I like you, she'd say with her smile. I feel sorry for her because her marriage has little chance of lasting.
Lombardo says Lara will have stepped over the line if she suggests that she and Scott do something solo. Journeyman, if the roles were reversed and you and her best girlfriend were sexually flirting, and your put your wife down sexually as a joke; do you honestly think she would have put up with such massive disrespect? Tell her the truth and leave it to her and her husband to figure out what to do next. I hope this isn't the case. I am assuming they were sexual in nature. That little encounter isn't enough to warrant much concern from anyone in the situation.
Stay away from that woman and make suggestions to your wife about not wanting to invite her friend to your house or even tell your wife. Yes, women do love compliments, as you noted, but they love presents even more, especially expensive presents. It essentially involved myself seeing a couple exchanging a more-than-friendly kiss, when the couple in question were married to different people. I mean you don't want to cause hurt feelings unnecessarily. This could only hurt all four of you. He's not your friend if he's too friendly with your wife.
Never talked about never explained. Imagine if the genders were reversed. That's completely inappropriate behavior around guests you aren't nakedly intimate with already. Soon his fingers clutched her chin and she got tenderly kiss, kiss, kissed on her lips. By holding it in, she would be playing judge and depriving her friend of some perspective.
If that occurs, you can simply let him know nicely that you're not comfortable discussing her as she is your friend and you would feel like you had to repeat the conversation to her. The Bible even says love thy neighbor as thyself. They eat the hearts of both spouses by creating a drama pit, luring the couple in and then devouring the insides. And that knowing this also does not excuse it. But holding it in is a different thing.