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11-14-2011 @ 3:20PM
@ Laudickj"I wonder how many of those guys would "sex you up" if given the opportunity."It's very appropriate that you have the word "dick" in your username."I agree with you that she is not his property so he can't tell her what she can and can't do, but when you are in a relationship there are certain things that you do and don't do, and if this "friendship" means that much to her that she would be willing to end her relationship with her boyfriend of 4 years, then they don't need to beat around the bush anymore."Supposition based on information not in evidence. We don't know *how* the OP's girlfriend feels about any of this -- in fact, by his own admission, he has not put their relationship on the line for her to either keep or end, merely voiced some vague misgivings with which she does not agree."If it was just an online friendship then i would say the boyfriend is a little over-jealous, but when their texting, calling, and driving 12 hours 1-way to visit, he is completely justified in wanting her to stop it."One again, she's not his property. He does not get to dictate her friendships or her social activities. And, frankly, earlier last month I had a pair of WoW friends (admittedly, a married couple) drive twelve hours one way to visit me. Several of my guildmates phone, text, and visit one another semi-regularly. This is not inherently weird or suspicious behavior, and it has become increasingly common thanks to this wondrous thing called the internet. When I was in college *fifteen years ago* it wasn't exactly uncommon. Acting like it's weird to visit a friend who lives a long distance away twice strikes me as pretty bizarre.
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