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Is it ok to look at another woman when you have a girlfriend/wife? the guys discuss.
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Steven Fabian: Is there some sort of code of conduct when it comes to interacting with the opposite sex? Let’s find out.
So, guys, first stop, “Is it okay to look at another woman if you’ve got a girlfriend, fiancé, wife, significant other?
Yang: I’d refer to my fiancé’s judgment on this and she has a little saying and she says, “I don’t care where you get your appetite as long as you come home to eat.”
Giancarlo: I’m from the time sense. So, it’s actually almost like spiting the face of your heritage if you don’t look at another woman as you go by. Don’t make it obvious. Don’t gawk.
Doug: My wife and I joked about it and she also sometimes point someone out to be like, “Alright, if I die tomorrow, you can go and find that person who just walked by” or I’ll look at her and, “Oh she got boyfriend.
Yang: So does anybody know Jennifer Connolly?
Yang: Really. Yeah, we I have a relationship clause.
Male: She is the one.
Doug: If you ever have the opportunity your fiancé says.
Yang: She says “Go for it.”
Giancarlo: Better things about being unavailable is that like you realize what you just have to go through and when you went into a bar and like, “Now I can just go to a bar and be retarded and it doesn’t matter, and try something more that women would be less interested in which is myself.
Yang: I feel like one rule of thumb could be don’t do anything that you wouldn’t do if she was there, you know, grinding g on some girl on the dance floor and ear sucking. You probably wouldn’t do that if she was there.
Steven Fabian: Right. I went on vacation with six girls this last summer. Now, they are just honest to God, my friends.
Male Two: Just you and.
Steven Fabian: Just me and six girls. Sounds awesome, but really, we’re actually just really good friends. Is a girl that I’m dating ever really gonna be cool with that? I mean, how?