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OK, I'm talking to this girl and she's divorced. Turns out I know her ex but never knew this before we started talking. Now I'm like eh, maybe not. Is anybody else like this? I mean I can't stand it when a guy I know can say he knows what the honey tastes like. It drives me crazy. Now this is Atlanta and no small town. In a small town I know you often have to make stuff like this a non issue. However, I think now that I know this the girl is on the way out the door.
Just curious to what other people think.....
I initially typed this...
"Dumb move IMHO… what if she is someone you’d end living happily the rest of your life with? And you end up missing out on that, because you dismissed her because of some make-believe loyalty?"
But the fact you are asking this question, completely plays your hand. I suspect, in an alternative universe, you could have met a completely different girl, under the same exact circumstances... and I'd bet you would have never ended up posing that question on Noles247.... Because you would have rationalized to the same conclusion I did above.
The fact that your knee-jerk reaction is to rationalize against it = your intuition kicking you in the balls. Don't ignore your intuition.
Nothing more to add to this.
The poster formerly known as 31-7. Understood by few, known by many, loved by all.
Agree that FFF is spot on, but it also depends if you ever actually see this guy around.
Good luck meeting a girl that no one has slept with. Even if you don't know anyone she slept with when you meet her, you're bound to meet someone who's been there at some point in the relationship. No one likes to be reminded of that, but I think it's inevitable.
So, if you met the guy previously, but you see him once every 5 years at this point, I don't think that's any different than what situation you'll end up in eventually - no matter what. However, if you see this guy around every 3 months, yeah, it's probably time to move on.
This post was edited by JayFields 12 months ago
Got to be a joke, right?
If it was a car you liked, you wouldn't drive it?
Talk about objectifying.
The very definition of divorced means there is an ex.
Get over it. If everything works, you're the better man for being able to keep her. If not, who cares?
Not to go completely off on a tangent... but
Objectifying is systematically ingrained in both sexes from a very early age by the entertainment industry, mass media, and people already brainwashed by it.
Hard to judge this line of thinking when the society we live in has created it. I would venture to say that rising above it is much easier said than done and usually develops with age and experience.
Hormones at younger ages just complicate the issue.
According to your original post, you're just talking to her. What's wrong with that? ;)
He didn't say where the talking takes place Laura. Geez.
However, if exes are a problem, unless you're in HS, the candidate pool is devoid of liquids.
Exactly why I don't talk to women other than my wife.
One second you are innocently "talking" at work, the next second you wake up buck naked, in the back of a van, three states away, with her reverse donkey punching you.
The lady at chic-fil-a is so confused when I come by...
This post was edited by FsuFanForever 12 months ago
Pillow Talk !
Why hasn't anybody asked for pics? Did I miss a memo?
Yeah, did you ever end up dating TNoles' ex?
I do not mind if my friends know how it taste. I've always lived by the mantra, "it aint no fun if the homiez can't have none"
GO NOLES! / SCALP EM!
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