• Who is prettier??? Me or my older sis(in the back)....plz answer, thx. :)?
  • 2 BLACK MEN kissing in public. WOULD YOU BE OK?

    IMAGINE 2 BLACK MEN. WHITE TENNIS SHOES, white t shirt thats very clean and have young thugs on it, dark denim jeans that not too tight, and strong cologne on. KISSING IN PUBLIC. like 6 seconds.
    IMAGINE 2 BLACK MEN. WHITE TENNIS SHOES, white t shirt thats very clean and have young thugs on it, dark denim jeans that not too tight, and strong cologne on. KISSING IN PUBLIC. like 6 seconds.
    218 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 days ago
  • Isn't rape the woman's fault?

    If the woman did not dress slutty/in revealing clothes she would not have been raped. I think most would agree that women are mostly to blame for getting raped
    If the woman did not dress slutty/in revealing clothes she would not have been raped. I think most would agree that women are mostly to blame for getting raped
    224 answers · Friends · 3 days ago
  • How often do women want sex?

    174 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 days ago
  • How do I tell my husband I have been cheating on him?

    Best answer: You need to end the relationship with this person you work with immediately. You need to then go to your husband's friend in total humility and with your heart on your sleeve and tell your husband's friend that you broke it off, that what he did was a wake-up call and made you realize how reckless and... show more
    Best answer: You need to end the relationship with this person you work with immediately. You need to then go to your husband's friend in total humility and with your heart on your sleeve and tell your husband's friend that you broke it off, that what he did was a wake-up call and made you realize how reckless and stupid you were being, how much you f*cked up, and how much you love your husband. Don't make excuses. Do NOT make excuses. Thank him for doing that for you, for giving you the chance to pull your head out of your @ss, that it may be the greatest favor anyone's ever done for you, and while you know he did it for your husband, not you, you nonetheless feel gratitude towards him.

    Tell him how angry you are at yourself, that that isn't you. You never imagined yourself doing it. Tell him that you did it not because you loved the guy or even really liked the guy because he's actually kind of a tool but just because you liked the attention, the rush of it, no good reason. Tell him how ashamed you are that you were so weak, that you let yourself be drawn into such superficial and destructive crap.

    But all that's over! You tell him in all sincerity that you want to save your marriage, that you NEED to save your marriage--for your kids, for your husband, and for yourself! Share with him that you're deeply afraid that if he tells him now or forces you to tell him right now, in the heat of this moment, that it will irreparably break your marriage, break your family, and destroy his best friend, your husband.

    Trust me, no friend wants to deliver this news because he runs a good chance of losing your husband as a friend because in situations like this, we guys often kill the bearer of bad news, but don't tell him that--just know that he's thinking that, that he's actually scared sh*tless of telling your husband, which is why he came to you and not to him.

    You tell him that you will tell your husband but when the time is right. You need time to return your relationship to a place where it can bear the strain of this news rather than be shattered by it. Tell him that if he forces the situation, it can only absolutely destroy your marriage because your husband won't ever be able to trust you again because he'll know you only told him because you had to, and maybe you don't deserve that trust, but you've got to try to preserve it nonetheless or your marriage will undoubtedly fail, for trust is the cornerstone of marriage. You tell him that if he wants, you will tell him when you tell your husband and assure him that when you do, you will leave his name out of it. He will want that.

    Apologize profusely to this friend of your husband for putting him in this terrible position and fall upon his mercy. Tell him that you will do whatever it takes to prove to him that you've broken it off with this guy--if that means quitting your job to prove this guy is out of your life, then quit your job and find a new one. Tell him that you will also ask your husband to go to couples therapy, that maybe in that environment, you can find a path to honesty that won't completely obliterate the trust in your marriage, that your marriage can come back from. Remind him how much your husband loves your kids and how if this isn't handled carefully so that it leads to divorce, how much it will hurt him and hurt the kids to have to split up custody. Make him see the devastation of hastily telling your husband about something that is now over.

    In reality, you may never tell him. They say the truth will set you free. That's bullsh*t, unless their talking about setting you free from your marriage. Some secrets are better to take to your grave. Some truths do more harm then good. Unburdening that truth on him leaves him with the burden carry, a burden you alone should carry and live with. If you forsake the sin, it might be best to put it behind you and never speak of it again.

    The more time you can buy with your husband's friend, the longer you can keep him from telling him, the less and less likely he will tell him because then he becomes increasingly unable to explain why he didn't tell him and becomes increasingly complicit.

    You might also try making this friend of your husband's your friend. Lean on him for support, like he's the only one you can talk to about this, about all the guilt you feel. But if you make him your confessor, take care to not reveal to him more than he already knows. If he only knows about a few incidents or a couple months, not a year long affair, leave it that way. Invite him over more. Do more to encourage his friendship with your husband. Give him an active role in helping keep you two together. Get him on your team. Become best couples friends with him and his wife or girlfriend. If he thinks he is helping save his friend's marriage, he will be satisfied and will not feel like he's betraying his friend by not telling him.

    Your other option is to lie to his friend. Tell him that you've told your husband when you haven't. Tell him that you and your husband had a huge and massive fight that went all night and into the morning and that it was touch and go but you have decided to work through it for the kids. The thing about guys is, your husband will only tell his friend about your cheating if it's the reason you're splitting up. If you stay together, he would never tell his friend. It's too personal. He'll be embarrassed about it. He wants to keep up appearances. He wants to look like he has his sh*t together. He doesn't want to look like he has a wife who's made a fool of him, who's messed around on him. That's emasculating. And even if that isn't what your husband would actually do, that's so much how guys react to situations like this that his friend will think that's what he's doing. If his friend believes he knows about your affair but your husband doesn't talk about it to him, he will NEVER bring it up to your husband. He'll take the tack of "if he doesn't want to talk about it, I'm not going to make him." Plus, if he brings it up, the expected response from your husband would be, "WTF?! You knew about it and didn't tell me!!!" Your husband's friend will be afraid to say he knew in fear that your husband will think that not saying anything was an act of betrayal and that he's been laughing at him behind his back all this time while he's been fronting while secretly going through all this sh*t. Basically, your husband's friend has no real way of verifying that you've told your husband without great personal risk to his friendship, so if you do a very good job of making your husband's friend believe you told your husband, he'll never bring it up. Even if your husband one day says something like "I know my wife has always been faithful," he will still not say a word because he'll think your husband is fronting, and even if he suspects he's been had, he's back in the boat of not having told him for however long.

    So tricking your husband's friend into thinking you told your husband and that you're going to work it out but that you did him the favor of leaving his name out of it is a viable option because your husband's friend hasn't thought far enough ahead to realize that in that scenario he has no way of verifying you actually did without asking your husband straight out, which can only blow up in his face in a possibly friendship-ending way if it turns out you did tell him.
    42 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • My girlfriend dont suck d i c k.?

    she wont give me oral. and that really frustrates me. im probably gonna leave her
    she wont give me oral. and that really frustrates me. im probably gonna leave her
    80 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 3 days ago
  • Does he not wannna see me ?

    Last week I texted my friend and asked him was he doing anything Saturday and he said "no why?" And I said "I'm going to come see you for a bit since I'm off" and he replied "you don't know where I stay" he called right after sending that text but I didn't answer and... show more
    Last week I texted my friend and asked him was he doing anything Saturday and he said "no why?" And I said "I'm going to come see you for a bit since I'm off" and he replied "you don't know where I stay" he called right after sending that text but I didn't answer and then he texted back and gave me his address and then he called me and I missed the call because while I was texting him I was over my family members house celebrating my aunts birthday party and then he called 3 more times and before I could text him back and tell him that the reason I wasn't answering was because I was over my family's house he texted me saying ."wtf" and I said "what?" And he said "are you coming or not?" And I said "I said I was coming you need to calm down" and he said "where are you?" And I said "I'm over my family house ... why?". He texted back saying "you're supposed to be coming to visit me and I'm about to just say forget it" and I said " I told you from the beginning I was coming Saturday, you need to read what I said" Tl:dr; And he didn't text back. Should I contact him? Because I have no idea what I said or did to make him go off I haven't talked to him since last week
    38 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • My mom doesn't want me to talk to her family. My uncle texted me on messenger asking how I am. Do I have a choice to text him despite my mom?

    My uncle texted me about how I was going and I have a feeling I should text him. But my mom despises her family. One time my aunt texted me and my mom saw so she told me to type "I'm good thanks and I'm doing homework so bye." But this time I feel like I have a right to choose whether or not to... show more
    My uncle texted me about how I was going and I have a feeling I should text him. But my mom despises her family. One time my aunt texted me and my mom saw so she told me to type "I'm good thanks and I'm doing homework so bye." But this time I feel like I have a right to choose whether or not to text my uncle back. I'm not 18 yet. I don't want my mom to force me what to type. Do I really have a choice whether or not to reply to my uncle or do I have to wait until I get my rights so she doesn't force me anymore?
    10 answers · Family · 4 hours ago
  • I m in love with an unhappily married man. Could our relationship ever work?

    I have known this man for several months. We ve been inseparable since, well, his wedding day. Even then I could tell he didn t love the woman he was marrying, he spent the entire night with me. Now, several months have passed, we ve had sex multiple times and shared several romantic nights, but his wife is due to... show more
    I have known this man for several months. We ve been inseparable since, well, his wedding day. Even then I could tell he didn t love the woman he was marrying, he spent the entire night with me. Now, several months have passed, we ve had sex multiple times and shared several romantic nights, but his wife is due to give birth in a few weeks (the entire reason they got married) I just want to know if this relationship could grow into something more. Its obvious that we love each other.
    57 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 3 days ago
  • How To Get My Parents To Buy Me An iPhone?

    I'm tired of being made fun of everyday. I'm tired of people asking why my texts are green. I'm tired of my snapchats being square. I'm tired of girls not wanting to text me because of my android. I'm tired of people saying "oh can I facetime you" and I have to explain to them. ... show more
    I'm tired of being made fun of everyday. I'm tired of people asking why my texts are green. I'm tired of my snapchats being square. I'm tired of girls not wanting to text me because of my android. I'm tired of people saying "oh can I facetime you" and I have to explain to them. I'm tired of being the person in the group chat that ruins it because it isn't an iPhone. How do I get this to stop? It's not that I can't afford because I know we can. What do I do?
    63 answers · Friends · 3 days ago
  • I get turned on by the thought of having sex with strangers and not knowing someone's identity. Does anyone else feel like this?

    I'm a 17 year old girl and I don't know if it's a fetish or just an interest but I also don't like it if an older guy wears a mask and does things to me
    I'm a 17 year old girl and I don't know if it's a fetish or just an interest but I also don't like it if an older guy wears a mask and does things to me
    17 answers · Singles & Dating · 19 hours ago
  • Can parents still tell you what to do even after becoming a senior?

    Best answer: You should always listen to your parents until you're out of the house bc since you're 18 you're technically an adult now. But your dad sounds like he has serious anger issues. If I were you I would start working saving money and move out on your own bc he shouldn't talk down to you that's just... show more
    Best answer: You should always listen to your parents until you're out of the house bc since you're 18 you're technically an adult now. But your dad sounds like he has serious anger issues. If I were you I would start working saving money and move out on your own bc he shouldn't talk down to you that's just him taking his frustration out on you and he needs to quit it bc it will eventually drive a wedge between you two and honestly it sounds like it already. Get a job save enough move out. If you haven't had a first job and can't seem to get one try to find a temporary agency they really help with ppl who need a job fast. Good luck and keep your head up.
    33 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 2 days ago
  • I really need a mom/mother figure in my life?

    Long story short, I am a seventeen year old girl who needs a mother because mine doesn't live up to the title. She is an alcoholic who wishes that I would die, abuses me mentally as well as physically, and is an alcoholic. I don't know what to do. I honestly don't. Except for to be a better mother when... show more
    Long story short, I am a seventeen year old girl who needs a mother because mine doesn't live up to the title. She is an alcoholic who wishes that I would die, abuses me mentally as well as physically, and is an alcoholic. I don't know what to do. I honestly don't. Except for to be a better mother when I have my own children.
    7 answers · Family · 5 hours ago
  • If I continue to accuse my husband of cheating will that make him do it even if he's not?

    I think my husband is cheating on me, but I have no real proof. He denys it, but my heart says there is something going on. I have been asking and accusing him for months. Will he eventually cheat
    I think my husband is cheating on me, but I have no real proof. He denys it, but my heart says there is something going on. I have been asking and accusing him for months. Will he eventually cheat
    20 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 9 hours ago
  • My wife's behavior has changed she fakes orgasms now?

    Been married twenty years, my wife joined a bowling club 8 months ago she goes there on Fridays She started buying fancier clothes and putting lots of make up on She gets back later and later. I've noticed she has started faking orgasms so she can finish me early. We normally make love for an hour, I always... show more
    Been married twenty years, my wife joined a bowling club 8 months ago she goes there on Fridays She started buying fancier clothes and putting lots of make up on She gets back later and later. I've noticed she has started faking orgasms so she can finish me early. We normally make love for an hour, I always wait for her to come first She moans and thrusts her hips after 5 minutes but there are none of the usual gripping vaginal spasms on my c ok. I am convinced she is seeing someone but am afraid to ask Advice
    50 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 3 days ago
  • How can I revive this friendship?

    A friend of mine never answers requests for to go out to a bar, club etc. He's always "busy" - but that's an excuse. He does go out with others. We're on social media. and there's no problem there - it's only a lack of face-to-face contact. He lives 5 minutes walk away.
    A friend of mine never answers requests for to go out to a bar, club etc. He's always "busy" - but that's an excuse. He does go out with others. We're on social media. and there's no problem there - it's only a lack of face-to-face contact. He lives 5 minutes walk away.
    9 answers · Friends · 14 hours ago
  • Bride's witness, does it have to be a female? or could it be a male of 18 years and older?

    I know people say groom's best man and bride's maid, but if you are getting married in court does the bride have to have a female witness or could it be a male witness?
    I know people say groom's best man and bride's maid, but if you are getting married in court does the bride have to have a female witness or could it be a male witness?
    16 answers · Engagements & Weddings · 1 day ago
  • Is it true that the best man always screws one of the bridesmaids?

    Ours did and I am so mad my husband laughs and says it's a tradition!
    Ours did and I am so mad my husband laughs and says it's a tradition!
    43 answers · Engagements & Weddings · 3 days ago