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Ha Ha Ha Of course not but some people might think you are the sweetest guy in the world by just saying it.
Nope I was going to make blanket for my ex as token of my love. However after our last talk that ended in an argument I put it off, eventually I ended keeping it for myself. The better gift was the same she got me, with the same thought process lol.
What if they were being honest with you because they recognized there's an issue that needs to be fixed?
@PinkMichae That's not the way to bring up a problem in the relationship. You don't talk about the relationship by threatening infidelity. That's abusive. You don't manipulate people like that unless you're a fucking sociopath. You would be able to see this clearly if you reversed the genders in your head. Imagine if your husband wanted to bring up a problem in the relationship by telling you that he wants to start cheating on you, so you'd better shape up or else. You'd think that was pretty abusive, wouldn't you?But if a woman does it, you don't see the problem? Is that what kind of person you are?
The questioned said thought about cheating not I'm gonna start cheating on you. There's a difference. And I would want my man to be honest with me so we could fix the problem or get out of the relationship if the problem can't be fixed.
@PinkMichae I don't see the difference, a threat is a threat. I know a threat when I hear one, no matter how carefully you try to veil it.
Lol! Ok. That's your right to believe that. I personally would be thankful for the honesty so we could work on the issue or break up if it can't be fixed. It could have saved my family if my ex was honest instead going through with cheating.
@PinkMichae Yes, I would also be grateful for their honesty, but I would choose to break up with them as a result. Maybe I would send them one of those really nice fruit-baskets as a reward for their honesty. It's true that honesty should command respect even if you don't particularly like the truth and I would try my best to break up in an amicable way.
I agree with your main points however, I've been told by others that it's normal, some couples go through that. Other couples actually participate in an open relationship so it doesn't negative repercussions. However everyone is different so know what works with your partner is the best plan of action.
Then we could put people in jail just because they though about doing something bad once.
@morimeme1 Great answer! No Thought Police!!
@morimeme1 Does thinking of cheating automatically put you in jail? Think!
@SueShe did you seriously just strawman @morimeme1?
@BrabusBoyBand nah, some people just like to say/write things without even meaning it
If having had a thought of cheating and being able to be honest with your partner about it is automatically classifoed as cheating then by that logic there should be no problem for people to be put in jail just for having thought of commiting a crime (that would be in the case we had the technology). This is what I meant to say as you clearly did not get it.
And yeah @BrabusBoyBand she did try to strawman me but I'm sure she doesn't really know what that means.
If you still have trouble understanding I will use your own argument: I do sometimes think of spending all my money at a casino, changing my name and starting a new life in Mexico, but no, I am not really aiming at doing that and it is not "a prevailing and a predominant factor in my decision", it's just a random thought.
@morimeme1 Apples and oranges.Thoughts are not against the law.Romantic relationships greatly involve feelings, emotions and issues of the heart.
@Miristheiss If you think about a crime -it is not yet a crime, if you think about cheating - it is not yet cheating. Especially how she completely disregards the fact that it takes a lot of guts to be honest about it with a partner and wish to find the cause and improve the relationship instead of just going off and cheating.
@morimeme1 If my girl is thinking about another guy so much... I no longer feel the same about my girl.Relationship has been altered... or ended.
Who said "much"? We never discussed the extent of this thought.
@morimeme1 Oh this is you who did this?If I my girl said she has thought about cheating... I don't think I would ever feel the same about her again.I would probably break up.
But not everyone would do that, plus it's different whether it's a girlfriend or a married partner with whom you have kids and have been together for many years.
I been thinking long time, and ready to do it for a long time too. Just need one more piece to the puzzle😉😉😉😉
Can you please go and perv on someone your own age? Have some self respect; You’re almost 3x my age.
Some people aren't monogamous but still love. My previous ex wasn't lol. However She told me we could have a threeasome with her if from Florida, flew down her girlfriend and then told us we couldn't sleep together.. I was confused lol
Apparently you don't know how to love multiple people at once. It's a little harder and prioritizing is important. Especially if you care about one more than the other... trurelationships are tougher but are manageable. Never had one myself but I learned from podcasts, radio stations and the internet.
"you don't know how to love multiple peoole at once"No, apparently, I am not a very shitty human being. As if I am going to pay attention to what a random person on the internet tells me about their definition of true relationships by their book.
Why was that your relative thought? 😂😂
@Alkey wish I knew
Also the guy in the picture looks scaringly a lot like me lol.