Not Dating Married (or taken) Men
September 24, 2016 5:40pm CST
Years ago I shared a flat with a woman I'll call Anna. Every so often the phone would ring, it was her boyfriend, wanting to meet Now. She'd race to get ready, run out on the road, go to the bus stop and he'd pick her up and drive her to Port Royal. She'd return later that night. I told her he was married, she didn't believe me. I said, "Tell him you have tickets to...(a big deal concert) and want him to come with you. I bet he declines." She thought about it, then to prove me 'wrong' told him and instantly he came up with excuses as to why he couldn't go. "He's married." I said. And in a few days, he made another last minute phone call, she went rushing out and I said; "Ask him to take you to....(a popular spot)... instead of behind the world." When she came home she had lots of excuses why they went to Port Royal and not popular spot. Eventually her slow brain caught the fact that she was a fill in. When his live in girlfriend was out; working late shift or unavailable he called her. He took her where they wouldn't be seen. Shortly after I was visiting another friend and the young man would open his address book and call females for a date in an hour or so. These women meant nothing to him. They were physical releases because the woman he would marry was in Europe. The point is, unless you are engaged to be married or living with a man, to ask you out at the last minute means that you are the last minute. A fill in. Meaningless. The point is, when the man takes you to places out of the way he doesn't want to be seen with you.
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• Bangalore, India
25 Sep 16
I am glad you weer able to catch it and tell her....i know of "friends" who know things but don't bother to convey it to their friend in fear of hurting them. I have a loyalty pact with my women kind...i will never be interested in a guy who is taken. I will never be the women who destroys another women's family. Obviously Anna didn't know here....but i hope she has cut all ties now?