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|Written by Miss Smartypants|
|Monday, 23 August 2010 00:00|
Dear Miss Smartypants,
You know that saying, "If she does it for you, she'll do it to you"? Is that true? A few weeks ago I slept with a friend of a friend who I know has a boyfriend. We ran into each other out one night and got to talking and one thing lead to another. She was all complaints about her boyfriend, what a douche he is. I'm sure she's not happy with him. We had fun, but after she just took off. I could, if I wanted to, get in touch with her again. Should I?
I Can't Stop Thinking About Her
Regardless of how she portrayed her man to you, she has no intention of leaving him for you. The rule cited above doesn't even apply here. She didn't do it "for you." She did it for her. It could have been for any number of reasons: it's her way of getting back at him for his douche behaviour;he's into cuckolding; they have an open relationship, and she finds the sympathy card fun to play. Heck, maybe she just told you that so you wouldn't try to find her again. Unless "douche" in your parlance means "abuser," try to avoid kicking open that hornet's nest. You'll get her out of your system eventually.