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Is Flirting With Others While in a Relationship Horrible or Harmless?

The Big Question 2013/01/26 01:28:41
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  • zebsmom 2013/02/03 17:47:13
    Horrible
    zebsmom
    I don't know if I'd call it horrible, but it's rude, hurtful and disrespectful.
  • OzSurfer 2013/02/02 11:56:10
    Horrible
    OzSurfer
    If I'm in a relationship I'm totally focused on that person only - flirting is out.
  • Anna 2013/01/30 04:06:45
    Harmless
    Anna
    Flirting just for the fun of it is harmless, but flirting as a means of looking for a different partner is horrible. If you can't tell the difference you should not be in the flirting game until you've learned it.
  • monkeyking908 2013/01/29 03:10:17
    Horrible
    monkeyking908
    you know if you get caught it will be blow out of proportion so why do it
  • Euvonea 2013/01/28 04:25:41
    Harmless
    Euvonea
    Depends on the type of flirting and how far though.
  • Batmanlikescupcakes 2013/01/27 23:04:38
    Harmless
    Batmanlikescupcakes
    I think it's harmless to a certain extent, but everything can be taken too far. It also depends on how your partner would feel about it. You shouldn't be going behind their back to do it.
  • bettyboop 2013/01/27 12:36:24
    Horrible
    bettyboop
    I think it is hurtful for the other person in the relationship. I also think it sends mixed messages to the person being flirted with. You can be friendly without flirting.
  • sally 2013/01/27 08:15:37
    Horrible
    sally
    It's like keeping the door open when it shouldn't be.
  • Commander Pyle 2013/01/27 05:57:37
    Horrible
    Commander Pyle
    +1
    I'm sure many are claiming that it's harmless because they are secure in their relationship. Well, if you are that secure, why not break away from useless flirtations? What could possibly be of gain for you that your partner cannot provide? If you feel the need to flirt, you really don't need to be in a relationship.
  • laydeelapis 2013/01/27 04:33:54
    Harmless
    laydeelapis
    +1
    Depends on the couple. In all my relationships, we've both been okay with some light flirting. I know couples who see it as cheating. I say this is something that should be discussed with your partner. Then, if you're both okay with it, flirt away.
  • polkastria 2013/01/27 01:10:55
    Harmless
    polkastria
    But ONLY if the other person in the relationship is okay with it.
  • viola 2013/01/26 22:36:50
    Harmless
    viola
    a bit of flirting is never harmless,
  • Maleficent 2013/01/26 22:09:38
    Harmless
    Maleficent
    i guess it's all how you do it.
  • Heat Nation 2013/01/26 21:47:32
    Harmless
    Heat Nation
    +1
    Flirting is harmless. Being involve in any sexual relations is what's horrible.
  • BReeZY!!!:D 2013/01/26 20:42:54 (edited)
    Harmless
    BReeZY!!!:D
    +1
    I dinto think it's horrible but depending on the person you are flirting with and your significant other, it can have an effect on the relationship. But if the relationship has trust and it's only harmless flirting then it's really not that big of a deal. Both flirting and jealousy are part of human nature that can't always be controlled.
  • yaaarrrggghhh 2013/01/26 20:32:20
    Horrible
    yaaarrrggghhh
    Flirting is cheating.
  • seattleman 2013/01/26 20:04:52
    Harmless
    seattleman
    +1
    Harmless, as long as it doesn't cross the line. Where that line is depends on the relationship. A few flirtatious words are usually acceptable. A flirtatious kiss - not usually acceptable.
  • Sour Dime 2013/01/26 20:01:43
    Horrible
    Sour Dime
    I would never.
  • Justin Bolander 2013/01/26 19:29:00
    Horrible
    Justin Bolander
    That's horrible & does & would piss me off
  • al 2013/01/26 18:58:21
    Harmless
    al
    I worked at a bank for 19 years 125 women 25 guys, now I work for a government agency 400 employees roughly 300 women maybe 100 males, what i've learned is that women appreciate compliments, some take time in the morning to get dressed and look nice, I let them know that they have achieved their goal..I'm happily married, so I don't want into their pants, just being nice!! It takes confidence in ones self to do the right thing, No harm as long as you have self control.
  • bettyboop al 2013/01/27 12:37:57
    bettyboop
    I don't think giving a compliment is flirting.
  • Karlheinz 2013/01/26 17:18:02
    Horrible
    Karlheinz
    even do girls to tend to flirt with me, i tell them after the fling i got a girlfriend.
  • Dane 2013/01/26 16:13:34
    Harmless
    Dane
    Lust is a funny thing
  • Lorenz0 W. ElMenzo 2013/01/26 16:11:45
    Harmless
    Lorenz0 W. ElMenzo
    +2
    Ever heard, of the Harmless, flirt? :) M! :)
  • The Madhatter 2013/01/26 15:35:41
    Horrible
    The Madhatter
    +2
    Why lead someone on, if you know you've got someone?
    Being friendly and being flirty are two different things, though - spot the difference.
  • Christopher Kirchen 2013/01/26 14:55:46
    Horrible
    Christopher Kirchen
    +1
    Flirting is mental cheating.
  • JwonGalt 2013/01/26 14:54:40
    Harmless
    JwonGalt
    +2
    meh, when you and your partner are both natural flirt s you tend to be use to it, especially when you trust each other.
  • M 2013/01/26 14:47:11 (edited)
    Harmless
    M
    +2
    Depends how secure you feel in your relationship, either way people with opposing views on this have a hard time getting along in a relationship. I'd say either both of you flirt or neither of you do- some people are OK with open relationships, others aren't... personally, I don't think any "open" relationship is a serious one, its more like "friends w/ benefits" but that doesn't mean you don't care about your friend. People in committed relationships can also be some of the most miserable bastards on the planet- that said so are people in open relations when it becomes a competition.
  • KATniss 2013/01/26 14:45:59 (edited)
    Horrible
    KATniss
    +1
    horrible! i can't do it and if i did my boyfriend wouldn't trust me. and if you are in a relationship why flirting with others?? you haven't found the one you love?
  • King Anti-Christ 666 2013/01/26 14:38:41
  • arkiii 2013/01/26 14:35:24
    Harmless
    arkiii
    +2
    mostly harmless unless taken too far......
  • Just me ♥ 2013/01/26 14:31:14
    Harmless
    Just me ♥
    +3
    Harmless & healthy.
  • FrancheskahMae:) 2013/01/26 14:29:52
    Horrible
    FrancheskahMae:)
    +2
    Just horrible.
  • DoxieDad 2013/01/26 13:54:52
    Harmless
    DoxieDad
    +2
    You can look all you want, it is when you squeeze the tomatoes that you get yourself in trouble.
  • Platinum Fangs 2013/01/26 13:03:12
    Harmless
    Platinum Fangs
    Permanently being in a single relationship goes against human nature. We were designed to find as many potential mates as possible. If 1 person wants to love multiple people or vice verse, let them.

    It's not cheating if everyone is cool with it.
  • Nish 2013/01/26 13:02:19
    Horrible
    Nish
    +1
    I Hate that ever.
  • Mark 2013/01/26 12:55:41
    Horrible
    Mark
    +1
    Wrong.
  • Oly*Nicole 2013/01/26 12:51:54
    Harmless
    Oly*Nicole
    +1
    depends on how serious the relationship is. If its someone you are just having fun with Id say a little flirting is harmless. And it depends on how you are flirty if its a coy little smile here and there or a flirtatious laugh I think you are ok
  • Buttbeard 2013/01/26 12:26:50
    Harmless
    Buttbeard
    +1
    arrrr! i can't help but do it because of me seahag of a wife!
  • CobaltRose96 2013/01/26 11:33:38
    Horrible
    CobaltRose96
    +3
    I wouldn't like it. If you're happy in your relationship, why flirt with others? It's good to be friendly and chatty with others, but flirtatious? No.

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