Is Your Man An Outrageous Flirt

@wolfie34 (26792)
United Kingdom
May 10, 2009 6:02am CST
You always seem to hear of women being flirts, but I think men are just the same, sometimes worse! What do you think ladies? Is your man/boyfriend a terrible flirt? Does he do it on purpose, or he is naturally flirty? Does it drive you mad when he starts to flirt in your presence with other women? Does it make you insanely jealous and do you often have heated arguments afterwards? Does it actually turn you on, knowing that he's yours and despite his flirting you'll be the one he wants and goes home with afterwards Or are you insecure and find his flirting makes you worry constantly that he will go off with someone else? What are your views on your man flirting with others, big turn off or a big turn on? Or if you are single and a guy starts flirting with you does it send off warning signals and alarm bells or does it make you feel all warm inside and want him even more? Any funny or nightmare experiences you have to share, I would love to hear them ;0)
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@MsTickle (24995)
• Australia
12 May 09
My ex used to perv on other women which I think is worse. I told him it was disrespectful to me and he would say it was nothing to do with me. I replied that if the women he perved at looked like me I wouldn't mind but he seemed to prefer slim small busted women. He seemed to understand where I was coming from and didn't do it so obviously and I was ok with that. He didn't flirt with other women but he was friendly. I didn't mind that as I am the same. I'm single now and nearly sixty so guys don't flirt with me at all...lol. Not that they ever did...they would usually just come onto me - is that the same thing?. If a guy flirted with me now I think I'd be uncomfortable.
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
12 May 09
When I was with my partners I never flirted, I am not a natural flirt, I guess it's to do with self-esteem too, never had much of that, so I guess when you don't have the confidence or self-esteem your ability to flirt is the square root of bu&&er all! Any jealousy I have shown when I am out with my partner has usually been down to insecurities which again leads down the same road, lack of self-esteem. Now it's easy not to get involved with anyone that way and I don't worry about people flirting with me because it goes over my head and once again why would they flirt with me, yep you've guessed it lack of self esteem!
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@MsTickle (24995)
• Australia
13 May 09
Well I think you're a hotty and any guy would be thrilled to be with you. I think you are meeting the wrong people as you seem to be meeting people who have real attitude (bad) and are very shallow. I think you need to get involved in some sort of club that interests you, where you are also likely to meet people who have similar interests to you. Just try and look deeper than the surface because what you need is someone who sees ALL OF YOU, not just what's on the outside...the best of you is within my friend.
@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
20 May 09
I seem to attract the bullies and the bad people my friend that is why it is safer to close down, because I am sending out the wrong signals it seems. Although I prefer to stay single and just play the field, no strings, no commitments, no hassle, no mind games either. Go with them and leave them (I don't do love LOL!)
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@Humbug25 (12551)
11 May 09
Hi ya wolfie34 As you know I don't have a fella and just wanted to pass by and say hello hun!! Mind you, when I was with my husband (not sure if he is my ex yet or not, tricky situation! ) he would take the kids out for a little walk knowing that he would get a lot of female attention because women would stop and compliment him on his beautiful children, especially as they were so young at the time. They probably thought 'look at that wonderful father, giving his wife a rest and taking the kids out' - if only they knew! LOL Hope you are well and I see you around again soon buddy
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
11 May 09
When I read that the first thing that came into my head was 'Wolf in sheep's clothing!' not meant to offend but I thought it was very apt for your ex. I think you are well shot of him! And always good to see you drop by dear friend ;0)
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@Humbug25 (12551)
11 May 09
There is nothing you could say about my ex that I would be offended about!!
@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
12 May 09
Stupid bu**er didn't know when he was onto a good thing, his loss always said that to you my friend! Some people just don't know when they are lucky, but suspect he doesn't think that way, damn fool!
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@nannacroc (4049)
10 May 09
My husband is a flirt but he doesn't even realise it. When we first got together it upset me and caused arguements but after the first few months I got over it because I was secure in the knowledge that I was his soul mate. After being married forever I no longer bother, he cuddles strange women, talks to loads of people and still flirts but he flipping keeps coming back. GRRRRR.
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
10 May 09
LOL. Maybe you put 'return to sender' on his packaging ;0)
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@nannacroc (4049)
10 May 09
So That's the mistake I make. He is decorating a the minute so I suppose I'll keep him a bit longer.
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
11 May 09
He has his uses then LOL!
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• India
10 May 09
Well, I guess all men love flirting. I have had so many men try flirting with me. Of course, they have only one thing in their skulls, and I don't really appreciate that. I would like a man to be interested in me first, but it rarely happens that way. I guess it is the "Men are from Mars" thing. Now, my ex was a terrible flirt. He wouldn't event leave my single, middle-aged aunt alone. No wonder I got disgusted with him and chucked him out of my life. Cheers and happy Mylotting
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
10 May 09
I would never dream of flirting if I was with my partner, that's just not me, why flirt with someone else if you are with someone you are supposed to care for? I guess it could be construed as an insecurity thing with some men too!
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• Finland
10 May 09
I suppose men do more intentional flirting ( i donĀ“t know this is just how I see it type thing)...Women do way way way more unintentional flirting.
@youless (95283)
• Guangzhou, China
10 May 09
I trust my husband and I don't think my husband will flirt to any girls. As I know he is not that type of person. Actually I have to say that he doesn't know how to pursue a girl. Today we had a great time together and had a bicycle trip to a mountain. When we were going there in the bus, my husband was sitting beside my son. And I was sitting in the back side. Later I came to them as I wanted to talk to my son. And he wanted to let me sit his seat and he sat in another seat nearby. I smiled to say I didn't want, because there was a pretty girl sitting nearby:) He laugh:) I love China
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
10 May 09
I am a hopeless flirt, but I don't have a partner anyhow, so I could flirt if I wanted to but don't even try. Sounds like you have a wonderful relationship he is a very lucky man indeed my friend ;0)
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• United States
12 May 09
my husband is a HUGE flirt and at first i didn't mind which was surprising because i was a veryyyy jealous person but it continues and it makes me feel like im not good enough. like he looks at the other girls and flirts because they catch his eye more than i do? idk i guess im just too jealous but i would love it if he showed me the same "stranger" attention as he does to the 'hot girl' driving in the car next to him.
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• Australia
4 Jun 09
Well to begin with... Am married for 2 years now. My hubby is bit flirtish by nature he is a charmer. I like when other girls appreciate his social behaviour, i ve always take it easy. But off late I notice that if there is any single girl in the group he kind of avoids being with me and prefer talking to other and try act Single. He has not changed his status to Married on Social websites. And recently I caught him flirting with his work colleague. I read the entire conversation what they had. That lady is not happy in her marriage and he wants to support her and he mentioned that he can go to any extent to please her.Finally she ended up asking sleeping with her. The conversation ended by My hubby saying Sweet dreams because I will have them too. Am a girl who cando anything for his happiness.But, do you thinkhe is Just Flirting???? I confronted him about what i read... He said sorry !!! But I still feel thatthey are meeting , talking emailing, chatting. I think I will feel like this untill I die... yep I have Nightmares like mad, I cry in my sleep almost every alternate day!!
@KrauseHome (35690)
• United States
12 May 09
I actually can say I feel quite Lucky in this respect. My husband is not one I would consider a Big flirt at all. Matter of fact even though he is always quite friendly and outgoing to everyone most of the time, I have never seen him look interested in another woman as well. Personally it would be annoying being around someone who is a Big flirt, but at the same time the Trust issue is a Big thing as well. When you know where there heart lies and what they Love to come home too, that is a Big reassurance for sure.
@suzzy3 (8357)
11 May 09
I expect my man does flirt when he is away from me.low betide him if he does anything like that when I am around.I also have a harmless laugh when he is not around,getting chatted up is part of the fun,it is alright as long as no one follows up on the flirting.My friends daughter was having a settee delivered so we went over to her flat to see it in as she was working.The two blokes were outrageous ,I told them I was a happily married woman,his reply was "Thats what they all say" me and my friend just laughed at them ,it was funny harmless fun.I don't tell my man these things as his face goes red and he looks angry.I don't want to make him jealous there is no need he watches me like a hawk at the best of times and I love it.
• China
11 May 09
i am sorry,i can't answer you on the question,i haven't any experience!
@jazel_juan (15766)
• Philippines
11 May 09
i am glad my huby does not flirt,even though he made comments on me being flabby, i am just glad he does not flirt, or else i might have kick his a*s hahahaha and i am quite jealous so he better not do it
• Philippines
11 May 09
Well,my man before always acts this way and it has been a turn off for me because he acts like he's still in grade school.Luckily I dumped him down so he can play around as long as he likes.I just hope he is happy now that he can pursue all the girls that he can see.LOL!
@tabsnlos (587)
• United States
10 May 09
No, my man won't dare to flirt...hes way too shy for that. Or should I say, I have never seen him flirt or heard of him flirting. It would be a big shocker for me and I might have to bop him upside his head if I hear he was...Lol
@cutygirl (576)
• India
10 May 09
I dont really take care if he is flirt or not, he keeps me happy and giving his enough time and money (!!) behind me. so I am happy