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Monday Crazy Questions: How's your love life?

Lani hosts Crazy Monday Questions 8. Head over to her site to join. Have fun!

1: You are driving down the street and you see the person you are dating/married to/living with walking down the street with a member of the opposite sex and it is someone you don't know...What do you think? What do you do?
~ I'm not a jealous type and never one to panic in situations like these. I'd observe them if time allows, and casually ask about it later.

2: The person you are dating/living with is spending a lot of time at the office these days after normal hours. Do you show up at work or call to see if he/she is there?
~ Lol...this reminds me of someone I know very well who used to show up at her husband's office only to be told by the officemates he's playing billiards next door. Although we are close, blood-related in fact, I do not operate like she did. I would verbalize my wondering when he gets home though.

3: How would you handle it if they are not at the office where they said they would be?
~ There might have been changes in their timetable. I'm always open to explanations, even a strong or valid alibi, but they better be good.

4: Someone keeps calling and hanging up when you answer the phone while you are at home with your mate or at a dates house. Do you get suspicious?
~ I might be. But as long as he's mine officially, socially, emotionally, physically, I wouldn't dwell too much on suspicions. Besides, he's with me right? So why subject myself to sleep-depriving worry?... :-) Or any more disturbance from the phone and I cut off the wires. There. Problem solved. Baboosh caller.


5: You have been hinting around for a little fun in the bedroom but the person you are dating or living with is obviously ignoring the hints. It's been a LONG time. How do you handle that?
~ Drag him to a shrink. Lol .... I will find out the source of the problem first.

6: Your having a relationship with someone who disappears for a few days and is just not around when you call them at times with no real explanation. You have agreed that you will not date others. What do you think is going on?
~ It's all the cue I need. I'm out.

7: You are at a party with a date/mate, and a member of the opposite sex is quite obviously interested in you and keeps giving you the "look". Do you look back? What do you do?
~ As long as the 'look' remains within the bounds of society's standard of looking decorum, then fine - look all you want. If the looker is a Josh Holloway or a Vin Diesel look-alike, then my date will have to forgive me for looking back. The point is enjoying the beauty of God's masterpieces. It's there and oh my Lord, they're giving you the look. React accordingly. But then that's all. I don't go around flirting even if you look like any of these hunks in my wildest dreams. I always accord respect to the man presently pulling up a chair or opening doors for me.

8: Describe you dream mate of the opposite sex. Use a photo if you wish.
~ Clean and sweet-smelling... :-) Seriously, I put the real weight on brains and attitude.

Comments

Lana said…
cool calm and collected!!!!!
great answers! Especially #4 and #5 LOL thanks so much for playing!
Next week will be a lighter subject ;-)

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