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More than a friend?

(16 Posts)
brickinitIam Thu 20-Apr-17 19:39:24

What do you make of this.

DH has a friend.
DH bumps into friend and goes for 'walks' with her.
He doesn't mention this. You only find out accidentally.

He then critisises her.

'she's tight'
'She's such an idiot'
'I can't stand her'

Would you be hearing alarm bells? or am I being paranoid?

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Thu 20-Apr-17 19:43:29

Big Ben. .

brickinitIam Thu 20-Apr-17 19:44:36


TheNaze73 Thu 20-Apr-17 19:45:55

Massive bells.

He's clearly after more than a "walk"

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Thu 20-Apr-17 19:47:12

Massive bells. Humongous. . .

ScarletForYa Thu 20-Apr-17 19:47:44

She means alarm bells ringing like Big Ben.

Red flags there Op.

loveyoutothemoon Thu 20-Apr-17 19:48:53

He's going on walks with someone he can't stand? What a load of big fat hairy bollocks!

nicp123 Thu 20-Apr-17 19:56:05

Yes, definitely more than a friend and he is trying to mask he fancies her by saying the opposite.

brickinitIam Thu 20-Apr-17 20:08:08

Yes. That's what I'm thinking.
He says he bumped into her and then they went for 'walk'.
but then he says

'shes'a 'pain in the arse'


happypoobum Thu 20-Apr-17 20:14:30

Bumped into her where?

Is she a neighbour?

How is this happening so often?

Very suspicious.

brickinitIam Thu 20-Apr-17 20:17:31

He goes for walks on his own.
We bumped into her and she announces that they went for a walk together.
His face was a picture.

happypoobum Thu 20-Apr-17 20:23:11

Has he always gone for walks on his own?

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Thu 20-Apr-17 20:24:43

For now she strokes his ego. .
Then he will be stroking her fanjo. .

brickinitIam Thu 20-Apr-17 21:00:48

Stroking her fanjo?
Oh mfg.

brickinitIam Thu 20-Apr-17 21:01:41

She looks like an old dog.
Not sure if that's either here nor there hmm

sproutsmum Thu 20-Apr-17 23:31:20

I would imagine if he didn't want to walk with her he could find a good reason to excuse himself or walk in a different place maybe?

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