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    Default Would you be happy to marry this man?

    DH went out last night for a mates birthday. One is getting married soon. They were talking about privacy etc. The mate said he has his phone locked so his GF (soon to be wife) can't go through it. He feels that it's his private space with no need for her to look at it. DH thought it was weird but whatever.
    Then later in the conversation it turns out that he has an app which alerts you to single woman in the vicinity.. You just open the app and a whole list shows up. DH asked him if he ever chats to any of the girls and he said "yeah sometimes, we don't met up though..."
    DH - "riiiiight, so you're privacy thing is actually because you're doing something wrong!"
    He thought it was best to keep the lock on as he watches p0rn when she's not home and he knows she hates it..
    They were all childless and off travelling and going out etc and DH said he wasn't jealous for a second!

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    Default Re: Would you be happy to marry this man?

    Sure I'd marry him, he sounds like a sweetheart

    ETA your dh could pass on this app to him, it might help him focus his efforts a little more, yanno
    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...d.php?t=471205

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    Yuck. He sounds like a sleaze.

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    Default Would you be happy to marry this man?

    Well... She probably would cos he hides all his indiscretions! But im not sure she would want to if she knew how gross he really is...

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    I would hope I wouldn't be duped into marrying a man who I knew as someone and was really a complete jerk like the one your talking about.

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    Default Would you be happy to marry this man?

    If he's so keen on single ladies and p0rn why is he getting married? Also she's a little naive to drink up his privacy bull... If my husband had his cell locked I'd be unlocking it pronto! But then again there's lots of couples we know who don't even share bank accounts... Which I find really weird!!

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    Well he sounds like a jerk but DH and I don't go through each other's phones or email or anything. We trust each other 100% but also respect each other's right to privacy. When one of us gets a text we just call out to the other that there is a text on their phone but don't open it up and read it out loud to them. I am certainly not doing anything I don't want my husband to know about it and I trust my husband enough, and am secure enough in my marriage enough to trust that he isn't being a jerk either

    we both have passwords on our computers, email, and facebook account and the other doesn't know what it is.....doesn't bother us at all and we've been together for close to 15 years.

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    The guy sounds really scummy, like he's not committed to his fiance at all!

    My DH before we got married had a 'chat fling' with another girl (talking nothing physical) and hid/locked his phone all the time. When i found out and hit the roof he unlocked his phone and let me have free access to it. Now, if he locks it without giving me the password i freak out.

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    No, I wouldn't marry that man.

    You would lock your phone (or anything for that matter) for one of 2 reasons;
    1. you have something to hide
    2. you can't trust the other person

    Both are very good reasons to NOT get married to that person.

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    id be wondering why this dude even wants to get married? He def doesn't sound ready for marriage. Poor finance i hate it when stuff like that happens and everyone knows about it except the girl who's the partner.


 

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