I was out with married friends this morning, and the guy was doing the typical guy thing, looking at all the women around us (not being obvious and not saying a word about it). Another couple were with us (I was the only single since Hubby's in Afghanistan) and she asked if it bothered his wife that he looked like that. Her comment was, "He's married, not dead. I don't mind him "window shopping" as long as he doesn't try anything on. I know it's ME he's going to be looking at at the end of the day, and I know it's ME he wants at the end of the day. I "window shop", too." It sounded perfectly reasonable to me, hell, I know my husband looks, but I also know he's 100% loyal, too. The other wife got so offended, she left. Her husband didn't see anything wrong with it, either, and they had a huge fight in the parking lot and she LEFT HIM THERE!
Who else sees this as reasonable? I "window shop", too, BTW.
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Answer by tropicalmama at 6:17 PM on Nov. 13, 2009
I agree I have done it and so had my husband. I also agree that its very disrespectful to do it infront of your spouse, to where its noticeable. BUT I also think that if you shop to much you will be tempted to buy or try on! So its best to close your mind off of other women and men when your in a stable relationship.
Answer by soonmommyof3 at 6:19 PM on Nov. 13, 2009
I do not care if my DH looks at other women. As long as he is doing it on the sly. Not gawking at other women. Like he is a single man. I do it to but discretely. JMO
Answer by louise2 at 6:19 PM on Nov. 13, 2009