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View Poll Results: Would you sleep with a married man?
Absolutely not. 28 52.83%
Libido first, everything else second. 6 11.32%
Depends on how hot he is. 19 35.85%
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post #106 of 158 (permalink) Old Jan 10th, 2013, 05:48 PM
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I often wonder why you've got people gunning for you, though. Are you as bad as they make seem?
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Are you talking to me there?
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Yes, sorry. You don't even need to answer that.
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People whose mentallity is represented through the "Libido first, everything else second" and "Depends on how hot he is" options are people whom I wouldn't want to back my views, they can agree with the premise of thinking that fucking a married man isn't morally incorrect but sincerely voting for those options as ideas representing them... And anyways the "Depends on how hot he is" option still leaves a lot of room of subjectivity, there are chances they would never find someone hot enough for them and that would mean they would never screw a married man.

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Yes, sorry. You don't even need to answer that.
Well a part of it is because about 95% of Serena fans absolutely hate me and will put themselves against me in any discussion no matter what I say, which I'm ok with but also I'm very opinonated and I tend to respond whenever someone addresses me so that often leads to endless discussions, but it's almost always with Serena stans
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It's easy to say absolutely not, but if the guy is hot and lays a load of complements on me and feeds me some line of shit about how the wife knows, marriage is dead, blah blah, I might go for it despite my belief it's wrong, you don't know what you'd do in every circumstance.

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The choices that signify the person would do it actually have more voters than "absolutely not"

We are all different ppl and nobody has the EXACT same thought process about anything, but in this thread it is pretty clear there are 2 sides. That's a no brainer. My post was in response to Gagsquet who said I got burnt when only 2-3 ppl clearly expressed they disagreed with me and many more said they shared my view or said equivalent things.
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Because they will go to hell, they have no morals !
Based on this thread, you may be right.
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Did you open the urban dictionnary to realize that "getting burnt" doesn't mean having most ppl agree with you ?

Ps. I don't give a damn
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Dominic is a great guy from everything I've seen. Keep your head up bud

Anyway, the way I see it, the ring shouldn't be an inhibitor to fun. With that being said, most married DL guys are gross or super uptight. Closet cases aren't a lot of fun in bed. And it's because they aren't willing to truly open up emotionally. They're not willing to open up mentally. They often feel guilty after having sex. Bi-curious guys are a lot of fun because they're down for so much and are willing to learn and grow. But closet cases usually aren't. They have a wall up. When you begin to tear down their pretty face and see that they're not really very attractive on the inside, then you realize not to fuck around with these guys.

Having fun with men who aren't self-loathing is a lot more fun. Of course, though, the closet case married types are usually super desperate for penis/ass/good cocksucking/whatever, so they have their advantages.

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If Filo says you're a great guy, that's the proof you are most likely a brainless insecure attention-whore. Most likely.

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Helping cheating is as wrong as cheating (if the guy knows his partner is married of course)

I disagree.
It is wrong, yes I do agree on that, but that person is free, and why would that person deeply care for the wronged party if they don't even know each other? I mean, we all act differently in function of our desires, if we know the other or not. It is not like it is really low morals. I've seen way worse in life, so all is relative.

I never understood my friends who were ready to forgive their boyfriend but to punch (yes they were looking for the girl) the other girl who didn't even know them.
Now, about married men, again, this is relative and it depends of the situation. If feelings are involved, then surely it makes the situation complicated. That doesn't make the cheating helper exempt of all sins, it remains something wrong. But yeah, not to that extent IMO.

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I disagree.
It is wrong, yes I do agree on that, but that person is free, and why would that person deeply care for the wronged party if they don't even know each other? I mean, we all act differently in function of our desires, if we know the other or not. It is not like it is really low morals. I've seen way worse in life, so all is relative.
Are you fucking serious ? That's the kind of reasoning which makes our world a mess.
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I disagree.
It is wrong, yes I do agree on that, but that person is free, and why would that person deeply care for the wronged party if they don't even know each other? I mean, we all act differently in function of our desires, if we know the other or not. It is not like it is really low morals. I've seen way worse in life, so all is relative.

I never understood my friends who were ready to forgive their boyfriend but to punch (yes they were looking for the girl) the other girl who didn't even know them.
Now, about married men, again, this is relative and it depends of the situation. If feelings are involved, then surely it makes the situation complicated. That doesn't make the cheating helper exempt of all sins, it remains something wrong. But yeah, not to that extent IMO.
Do you also go around stealing from and murdering strangers?
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Do you also go around stealing from and murdering strangers?
Comparing sex and romantic feelings to that ? Really ?

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