posted on Nov, 2 2005 @ 05:22 PM
My wife likes to pretend to be jealous. If I can't find my best necktie, she kind of pouts and says, "maybe you left it at your
Which is a joke because she is the big flirt. She is quite young to have advanced so far in her profession, and her bosses are all old men,who
always have to "hug on" her every time they see each other at a social event.
It was really intimidating when we were dating; she was working in an ER, and all the cops and firefighters had a thing for her. Anytime we were
dining out, some cop in his uniform & pistol would swagger over and talk to hear real loudly for a few minutes. Once we went for lunch and a whole
Crew of cops on break basically sat down at our table for about 15 minutes. I was the only dude not packing any iron.
As a matter of fact, she works with a guy who keeps remarking about "what a LARGE man your husband is." Which actually makes me suspicious about
what his intentions might be.
Not that I'm the jealous type, but I know what scumbags men are; since I am one. (man, thank you very much.)
The only time I saw her give me the ole "skunk-eye" was when I came home from a business meeting late, and the contact was a chain-smoker. Since my
quitting smoking was a HUGE issue, I think she suspected me of falling off of several wagons at once. not to mention that I'd been forced to
down several martinis. . .
The painful part is that she has met some of my previous, um, friends. She is competitive enought that it was pretty interesting. Frau_Dr was
intimidated because my previous g/f was blonde/blue-eyed nordic looking, while Frau Dr. is dusky. What she didn't notice is that my previous affair
was horrified because she had been the older woman in our relationship: I was a decade younger than her; and since Frau Dr. is a decade
younger than me, it basically meant that Mrs. Yesterday was 20 years older than my shiny new bride. Talk about your awkward social moments.