Would You Date A Married Man?

Philippines
February 25, 2009 7:25pm CST
You're crushing on that gorgeous guy with a ring on his finger and you don't see any harm "insinuating" it to him. Well.... you seen him so---- charmed and been giving you "the line" lately; and you you're tickled pink duhhhhh... "Harmless" flirting? Or are you on the verge of an affair? Take the case of my friend. They've gotten quite chummy, having sat close to each other for the past few months in one big call center industry herein. My friend thinks he's really cute and doesn't hesitate to tell him so. Follow that up with an occasional naughty jibe and a number of secret jokes about encounters with pesky clients. Both were comfortable with each other and been introducing to all my friends as well. This married guy starts talking about his marital woes to her and she plays a more-than-willing-adviser oh come on...shoulder-to-cry on. In a matter of months, everyone in the work station knows that something "fishy's" going on. In a matter of weeks, the married man's wife, gets wind of their affair...what a shame! She pops up at the office one day in the human resource department and makes a scene no one can easily forget. She said, if I don't opened the door in their work station, she will make a biggest scene in our home town "Oh-My-God!!!" So, all of them three were given a chance to talk to our Human Resource Manager and surprisingly, we discover that my friend is 3 months pregnant. Any remarks on this is highly appreciated to share with us.
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6 responses
• United States
19 Dec 09
It was wrong to date a married man. If he wanted to talk to your friend he should have got a divorce. I think his wife should leave him. She deserves better than him.
• Philippines
19 Dec 09
Thanks for responding Ms. angelfantasy23... I'm sorry for my late response. I've been very busy for this past few days. Anyways, have a happy Mylotting!!!
@arystine (1275)
• Philippines
7 Dec 09
I won't date or even be close with a married man, no matter how attractive he is. I believe in "karma" and I'm afraid that if I'll have an affair with a married man, it might happen to me also one day, in a worse kind of way. There is no such thing as "harmless flirting" with a married man. It will always be disapproved by many sectors in a society and the intimacy might lead to something more. As always, the victim is the other woman, not the philandering married guy.
• Philippines
9 Dec 09
Thanks arystine...sorry for my late response. Been very busy on this past few months. Anyways, thank you for responding...Happy Mylotting my friend!!!
@rmuxagirl (7569)
• United States
4 Oct 09
I dont think i could ever date a married man. I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I knew that a man I was dating was married. I mean I would be honest with him and say that I think he is cute, but would never act upon my feelings/emotions.
• Philippines
9 Dec 09
Okay sorry for my late response rmuxagirl... Anyways, thanks for responding. Happy Mylotting my friend!!!
@Aurone (4758)
• United States
26 Feb 09
I would never date a married man and shame on your friend for doing so. I am in the middle of a divorce (not because of something like that) and I wouldn't feel comfortable dating until my divorce is final, but maybe I am a little old fashioned that way.
• Philippines
26 Feb 09
Hi Aurone, I think you're not that old fashioned either. Everyone's unique so we have different opinions on it. It's okay that you're not comfortable in dating with other men 'til you finally get over on your divorce papers. Thanks for sharing! Have a happy MyLotting my friend :)
• United States
26 Feb 09
There is no reason to even flirt heavaly with a married man. Even if it did get serious and he left his wife, you would still be with a known cheater and could never trust him. I would find another friend because I am married I would not trust her to not try and get with my husband.
• Philippines
26 Feb 09
Hey okkidokitokki, thanks for sharing your ideas but my friendship would still remains on her. Especially she's 3 months pregnant now. And one big problem there is, the married man's wife filed a legal case to our friend. We don't want to reach up to this kind of level. I mean, they should have a little break for themselves first though it's painful for both parties. We all know we're experiencing "economic crisis" and the poor baby on her womb is innocent. What I'm saying is that the baby needs special attention and not that they both will be in jail. The baby is out of this situation. We just want her baby to be okay rather to be with her mommy in jail :(....thanks for your quick response my friend!
@surekharathi (14134)
• India
13 Dec 12
Never I not like all these if we know the men is already married means his wife is waiting for him and she is suffering. Why a women breaks the house or relations of others women. Why the women choice only married men even the unmarried men exist in the world.