So this guy I know and have hung out with a few times separated from his wife a year or so ago. They recently hooked back up and are trying to work things out. I was at a party a week or so ago with her and her "husband". She kept hugging on me, pinching my nipples, grabbed my butt once, and even grabbed (softly) my crotch once, though she hit the two other guys (including her husband) in the balls so hard they fell on the floor. We had a really great time even without all the sexual stuff and kept hugging on me too ALL night. We really had some great conversations about stuff too. I didn't really see her doing this with other guys there.
She told me she's not real confident things will work out with the husband, so was she flirting with me? Trying to make him jealous? I've met her only briefly once before while they were single and wanted to ask her out. I'm just wondering what to make of the actions at the party.
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This is trouble all over. Seriously, where to start?
This is a woman 'trying to work things out' with her husband, but instead of taking actions to cement and solidify a shaky relationship, she's hitting on her husband's friends - In front of him! This isn't a clandestine talk that, wow, you just really connected. No, this is shallow physical attractions that she's not willing to pass up.
So, to answer your question, hell yes she's hitting on you.
To give you good advice? Don't touch her with a ten foot pole.
I don't care how much fun you had, that woman thrives off of the attention of men, not an actual connection, and leaving the whole lot of you battered and wounded in one way or another gives her a sense of fulfillment. It's an incredibly unhealthy habit carried out by women with unhealthy views of themselves.
Women like this are wildly fun, mockingly open with their emotional confessions, and have both a fishing and self-deprecating response to compliments. This makes them seem like drama-free, emotionally deep, unappreciated diamonds in the rough. Do not fall for it. In their mind, they are always the victim and they'll make sure when all is said and done you're the one that's treated like a social pariah.
She is nothing but trouble. If at all possible, do not ever speak to her again.3
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