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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I've only read your op and haven't seen the photos. Am I correct that all that happened was that a few guys said "she's wild" about your friend?
    It was about me apparently.

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    I think your DP needs to look at it from a male to male perspective.

    By that I mean he needs to look at who he is vs. the caliber of these men that wanted to come and have a free gawk at 2 friends having som innocent fun at a party!!??

    I know my DP would feel a sense of pity for those blokes at how simple minded they were to flock over to simply witness some innocent banter between friends...

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    OP I just wanted to add - please don't feel alone with this one. So many of us have done the 'tipsy' photo thing and had a boyfriend of partner get a little antsy. I don't think you or your partner are abnormal in any way. Might just want to keep an eye on it though and make sure there are no deeper reasons for your DH dredging it up now.

    When you are 95 in a nursing home you are probably going to be telling the same story yet your mates will be wheeling over and giving you high-5's.

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