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MommaOfTwoLovies 2 kids; Massachusetts 7198 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Amanda Contento:" Why would he even say "if your uncomfy, I will cut her off for good" WHY NOT JUST DO IT. If she is a ... [snip!] ... the next day DURING BUSINESS HOURS. What she's texting him is not business so he shouldn't EVEN look at the text after hours."


He admitted that he was flattered by the attention. He told me that himself. But, he said that he would tell her to keep it strictly business, but if I still feel uncomfortable that he would just tell her to loose his number regardless if she is a business asset.

MommaOfTwoLovies 2 kids; Massachusetts 7198 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Sami&Baby Silas:" I think its crossing the line that shes doing that and that hes allowing that to happen. I wouldve been ... [snip!] ... sounds more personal and NOT on a business level. She needs to keep it business and he needs to stop allowing it to happen."


Alana is her roommate. DH found an apartment for them to live in.

Amanda Contento Florida 2300 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Conservative MAMA:" He admitted that he was flattered by the attention. He told me that himself. But, he said that he would ... [snip!] ... but if I still feel uncomfortable that he would just tell her to loose his number regardless if she is a business asset. "


Uh. Her saying Lovveee you from blah blah (who gives a crap from who) THAT IS PERSONAL. Not business. I would have freaked the f**k out. I would have called her and said "b***h you need to STOP texting my husband you slut" I would not be nice. Right now she is over stepping her boundaries. None of that at 1am crap is business

Kylees Mama 1 child; Faribault, Minnesota 4193 posts
9th Dec '12

If she's a business asset than they need to keep it strictly business. And your husband needs to draw that line a little thicker. If he doesn't, if I were you, I sure as hell would myself.

MommaOfTwoLovies 2 kids; Massachusetts 7198 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Amanda Contento:" Uh. Her saying Lovveee you from blah blah (who gives a crap from who) THAT IS PERSONAL. Not business. ... [snip!] ... my husband you slut" I would not be nice. Right now she is over stepping her boundaries. None of that at 1am crap is business"


My thoughts exactly.

Amanda Contento Florida 2300 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Conservative MAMA:" Alana is her roommate. DH found an apartment for them to live in. "

Sounds FISHY TO ME. You may think he wont cheat but that doesn't sound right when she is saying lovvee you from her and her roommate. I'd be pissed off and going crazy

Kylees Mama 1 child; Faribault, Minnesota 4193 posts
9th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Amanda Contento:</b>" Sounds FISHY TO ME. You may think he wont cheat but that doesn't sound right when she is saying lovvee you from her and her roommate. I'd be pissed off and going crazy"</blockquote>




And finding them an apartment? Wth?

♥MomToSilas+1♥ Due December 9; 1 child; ., IL, United States 11289 posts
9th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Conservative MAMA:</b>" Alana is her roommate. DH found an apartment for them to live in. "</blockquote>




That is still way too personal IMO. She needs to quit her shit and he needs to tell her STRICTLY business and to stop. The fact that hes allowing it would have me all over his ass and hers.

MommaOfTwoLovies 2 kids; Massachusetts 7198 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Kylees Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Amanda Contento:</b>" Sounds FISHY TO ME. You may think he wont ... [snip!] ... you from her and her roommate. I'd be pissed off and going crazy"</blockquote> And finding them an apartment? Wth?"


He works in real estate so that is what he does. Should I even mention or does it even matter that they are immature 20 year old college freshman? I just read a text and she gave him her boyfriends number because he wants to rent a 4,000$ apartment with his roommates. I know he had mentioned to me that she had a boyfriend but I never heard her mention him before.. I don't think any of this changes that fact that she is crossing a line.

♥MomToSilas+1♥ Due December 9; 1 child; ., IL, United States 11289 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Conservative MAMA:" He works in real estate so that is what he does. Should I even mention or does it even matter that they ... [snip!] ... boyfriend but I never heard her mention him before.. I don't think any of this changes that fact that she is crossing a line. "


That still doesn't change anything. She wants to work in a business setting then she needs to act more business like. Not like her 20 year old immature self. She is crossing a line and that needs to be checked big time. Not just checked and then letting it keep going. And it doesn't matter if she has a boyfriend. She still needs to know where the line is.

Third time's a charm Due December 9; 5 kids; 1 angel baby; Georgia 1407 posts
9th Dec '12

She's a big asset in real estate? that alone would make me question their relationship and those texts...My husband had a chick flirting with him at work and he is very flirty by nature as well.. she sent him a text one day after hours that said " I heard someone was asking about me..."
His response "really?...who?"
She hasn't texted him since...made me giggle

Kylees Mama 1 child; Faribault, Minnesota 4193 posts
9th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Conservative MAMA:</b>" He works in real estate so that is what he does. Should I even mention or does it even matter that they ... [snip!] ... boyfriend but I never heard her mention him before.. I don't think any of this changes that fact that she is crossing a line. "</blockquote>




Doesn't change anything at all. And if I had hired some young as an "asset" and she did not keep it strictly business, I would have booted her ass.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
9th Dec '12
Quoting Conservative MAMA:" What do you think? If your DH had a client/friend/business associate who texted your DH at 130 in the ... [snip!] ... own insecurites? Is she crossing a line? Is me feeling some type of way about the situation normal even though I trust my DH?"


Your husband is no prize. :?