ANSWERS: 53
  • I ask them what's up.
  • Lose the friend.
  • That is not a friend - Time to find a new friend
  • Remind this friend what the situation is. They are a friend, after all, and even though their actions are questionable, you shouldnt ditch them just yet. Depending on the way they handle it after you confront them.... then you decide whether or not to ditch them. Be careful with how it is addressed. Its possible that they dont realize how inappropriate they have become. It shouldnt be excused, ignored, or condoned by any means. Begin by reminding this person by a casual comment, telling them directly that they are out of line and you feel it is inappropriate, or both methods. Try to sound fair and not accusing, state that there are boundaries and you are uncomfortable and would like them to be regarded with more respect. The future of the "friendship" depends on how they respond to what you have said. Good luck! =]
  • at that point I think I wold not consider them a friend anymore. I would confront the friend about whats up. i would also tell my partner we are leaving.
  • Show that friend the pimp hand.
  • 2 things, I'd see how my partner reacts to the flirting if they respond back then I'd ditch them both. But probably lay an arse whooping on the friend or do some evil thing to get back at them... mawhahahahaaaa. But most of all I'd show them who could be the better biotch & if ur partner doesnt respond I'd sooooo rub it in her face. Or face to concrete which ever tickles your fancy.
  • i would say.. "Hey, are you drunk or somethin?"
  • I'd invite her home with us.
  • I would get right up in her face and tell her enough and go away now. And if he was eating it up I'd tell him to go with her. She's not a friend and he's not a boyfriend. Last time I just took it as innocent I got cheated on.
  • knock him up side the head, if she's flirting back, kick her in the ass.
  • Say goodnight, "friend".
  • He wouldn't be considered a friend to me any more. He has betrayed my trust. And if my partner were to also be flirting with him, screw her also.
  • I think I'd laugh and say sweetheart save your time, all you are doing is embarrasing yourself. and then I would never recognize her number again when she called.
  • It happened too me and I decided not to see him again. It did not happen any more.
  • slap them. :D
  • Step back, See what happens. Enjoy the scene. Hope they have a good time--assuming that I love my partner and my friend.
  • Or if you are quite strong pick them up and put them in the bin...he he.
  • Beat Their Ass
  • a fork into the spine usually stops them in their tracks.
  • a swift uppercut should work a treat
  • I would do nothing the first couple times it happened. I believe that flirting is alright as long as I know for sure that I will always have the guy at the end of the day. I'm not much of a jealous type. After a few times I would let my friend know that they need to stop. Now if the flirting was touchy feely than i wouldn't stand for it.
  • I would do nothing the first couple times it happened. I believe that flirting is alright as long as I know for sure that I will always have the guy at the end of the day. I'm not much of a jealous type. After a few times I would let my friend know that they need to stop. Now if the flirting was touchy feely than i wouldn't stand for it.
  • A friend starts flirting, first give her the evil eye if that didn't work tell her to knock it off.
  • It depends if it was one sided I would probably just ignore it unless there was physical contact involved then I would kick his ass from here to the next town. If the flirting was recipricated I would tell him to stop and would give her one warning that if it happens again we are through because she is disrespecting me.
  • End contact with the so-called "friend". That is not the action of a friend, and I wouldn't put effort into pretending that it was.
  • If it became obvious, I'd have a friendly word and say that you know that he means well, but it makes your partner feel uncomfortable at times...
  • I don't know if there is a difference between a "friend" and a friend, but if a friend did it, as one or two do from time to time, I would do absolutely nothing. We're still together with neither of us having been unfaithful to the other after quite a few years, so it's obviously perfectly innocent, as it is when I occasionally flirt with our female friends.
  • You walk right up to your "friend" and say, "LOOK! you see this person? He/She is mine from the top of his/her head to the tip of his/her toes and I'll be damned if I let somebody try to take that away from me. Now you better back off or I will back you off! UNDERSTAND?" Then if that doesn't work then you straight up knock em on thier tail. Unless your partener is giving them the attention that they want, you shouldn't put up with it. Believe me, I have had to tell this to a couple of my so called "friends" and my man is still with me.
  • You shouldn't do anything..your partner should be able to handle it all alone.
  • ask him why he or she is doing that and remind him how uncool that is. how would they feel if you did that to them, put them in your shoes.but if your partner is liking it then let them go they aint right for anyways.
  • Just laugh it off with your partner, "I think he likes you.. maybe you should go on a date or somethiing" Make sure you sound funny. Idea here is not to look jealous.
  • do nothing ...I trust my lady 1000%
  • Tell her to cut that crap out. It's against girl code, yo. True friends follow this code. If she doesn't follow it after reminding her, then stop being friends with her. If she continues, knock the crap out of her to get your point across.
  • Yo this happen to me the other day. My best friend (Vicki)had the nerve to make a flirtaious comment to this dude I'm dating.... Shot her a dirty look and said I wouldn't go there if I were you. She gave me a smirk like she didn't give a damn ....then out of no where the dude said I'm not into disrespectful females ...oooohhhhh in your face Vicky!!! Yeah I think I'm gonna marry this one!!! =)
  • i'd move on to the next, always have an extra on the side hahha jking
  • Tease them both incessantly about their flirting - and do it in front of other people, adding just a touch of friendly humiliation for good measure. This will stop it for good.
  • I'd confront him/her saying "dude", if that's not enough, she or he is not a friend and doesn't deserve to be dealt with.
  • Tell them that they need to stop!
  • My friends do that sometimes, but it's nothing too deep. I trust my friends and partner. I know they're not going to have an affair.
  • I would probably cuss them out..
  • I would tell them "We can't be having that." The End.
  • Kick their ass.
  • It depends if you think it was harmless flirting or I want to get with you flirting. There is a difference. If it's harmless then don't worry about it. But if it's not then you need to either get rid of that "friend" or at least bitch slap them.
  • First check to make sure your pimp hand is strong, then proceed to use it.
  • As soon was she says sometime to your partner, check her right on the spot. Tell her that she will not disrespects you like that or she will have a real problem. Then tell him that he better learn to check her or anybody else that will disrespect you himself. This is not cute, and you will not accept this kind of behavior.
  • I'd flirt with them back, that would probably creep them out sufficiently. Just make sure you let your partner know what's going on so it can be a joke between you.
  • Punch them straight in the face a few times?
  • Me and my friends flirt amongst each other, all the time, I would just laugh.
  • tell them to fuckk right off cause there being very disrespectful to you knowing that there your friend and should not being doing that to you!
  • definitely say something now before it gets worse or more often. Not cool especially from a friend.
  • if you AND your partner are bothered, ask your friend to stop. If its just one of you, thats a mutual choice. If neither of you are bothered, consider it harmless but do keep a eye out if the partner and friend are opposite sex. You never know.
  • friends should know their place i feel that way sometimes looking and seeing my friend happy with his g/f but i def dont be negative about it id rather be happy for someone than try to mess things up

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