Does That Belong To You?
We have all been there at some point, out on a social occasion with our other half only to be confronted with someone openly flirting with your partner. It could be someone in your own social circle that consistently approaches your partner in group outings to cop a quick feel of what is yours.
Not only is it poor form, it is also a totally awkward situation, where people will be looking at you with sympathy and at your partner and their accompanying leech, with absolute horror. So what do you do? Do you just ignore the situation and pretend you don’t see it or do you take action against what is being shoved into your face?
A desperate flit is just that, desperate. Flirting with someone who is already spoken for, in front of their partner is pretty pathetic, attention-seeking behaviour. They want witnesses to see their scandalous acts and nothing would make them happier than a heated confrontation in front of many avid viewers.
If your partner can be trusted, do nothing, they aren’t isn’t a threat to you, only an embarrassment to themselves. If they are a serial flirt, with your partner not being the only unwitting victim and you feel compelled to intervene do so discreetly. Ask the desperado what is going on in private and let them know how embarrassed for them you are.
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