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Should i ask? (6)


1 Name: Worried : 2009-07-12 20:13 ID:kgEn2ere

So, I've been dating an older guy (he's 26, I'm 19 and a half) for a little over 6 months now. If i ever ask him something, he answers quickly and honestly, at least, his eyes never seem to lie. He is a foreign student studying in America and I'm not sure that his English skills are good enough for him to lie effectively anyways. I'd like to say that the level of trust between us is high, however, recently i stumbled upon something that made me a little wary.

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-07-12 21:20 ID:dMOCdW6Z

You're young and being taken for a ride.

Know about all these guys who talk about "having fun" with all of these girls in foreign countries or foreign exchange students?

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3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-07-12 22:55 ID:su8nzmtc

Of course I would ask him directly. The question is what to do with whatever he answers.

Another approach is just to contact the woman in question and tell her that you are interested in "boyfriend", and want to know what's her relation with him, and whether that's fine for her. Of course, if she really is his fiancée, it will take him some effort to contain the damage. If you really want to screw him, you can say that you have been going out with him for six months, and only noticed now that she may be his fiancée.

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4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-07-14 13:46 ID:NVVYicVI

Stay away from foreign students. Seriously, this is from personal experience.

5 Name: jano : 2009-07-14 17:26 ID:SntypFHB

well if he had this facebook on the web its for sure many people read it, so it wouldn't be strange that you read it

i think you should ask him but not directly -he may take it as an attack or something like that-

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6 Name: jano : 2009-07-14 17:32 ID:SntypFHB

foreign students aren't that bad

maybe secrert admirer got some bad luck with them but i don't

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