Wed 29 Jun, 2016 09:17 am
Hey everyone. Long story short, there's a woman at the gym where I go that I've had my eye on for some time. Never approached her before, as I'm married (and she's married too) and gyms are sometimes a difficult place to pick up women anyway. Last week I saw her at the pool with her two kids. I didn't say anything because my wife was there also, but I noticed her looking my way on occasion. A few days later at the gym, she came up to me out of the blue and said "Hey, I saw you at the pool with your kids!" Mind you, we haven't said more than "Hi" in a year's time of working out at the same gym. We talked a bit and as we parted she said, "By the way I'm..." We saw each other a few more times in passing and just said "Hi." But yesterday I decided the ball was in my court and I approached her and struck up a brief conversation. She was receptive and smiling during the conversation...caught her playing with her hair a few times too. If we were both single, I'd figure, she's into me and I'd ask her out. But since we're both married, I'm at a loss as to where to go next, or even if I want to or should. So my question is: How does a MARRIED GUY know if a MARRIED WOMAN is looking to have an affair?
Perhaps your wife has some helpful insights.
Yea. I'll definitely be asking her opinion.
'Do as thou Wilt'
Personally - There are greater things to deal with, than where you prod your penis.
How about "Would you join me for lunch sometime?"
Aside from the complication of marriage (which I assume you know), what's the difference?
You being single wouldn't ask a single girl "Want to ****?" Would you?
Tell her that native Americans have the longest staying power and that Scotsmen have the largest penises, then introduce yourself as Geronimo McTavish.
Dip only your toe into that pool, buddy.
So what if a woman flirts with you? Are you that vulnerable?
Tell your wife what happened.
Wed 29 Jun, 2016 10:17 am
he's figured it out, one way or another by now
Based on his question, I doubt it
But maybe our answers made him forget about it for awhile