Afraid Of Ourselves
I like the way her boss looks at her. I encourage her to dress sexy to work. Some winter days, she barely wears a skirt and blouse under her coat. She wears no bra and thongs all the time. When I pick her up every day at 5:00 p.m., I love the way her boss checks up her charms with devouring eyes. She told me she likes being observed by him. We both fantasize about her being taken advantage by her boss in the office. I even play his role while making love at home. She calls me his name and tells me I do it better than her husband. He wants to give her a ride after work. We are so into this that we are scared of what could happen the day if I am not there at 5:00 to pick her up.
— Pablo, 41
Like the famous Chelsea girls from the 1960s, buxom brunette model Chlesea is hard to take your eyes off of. Let's hope this isn't her last 15 minutes of fame.
Blue Jean Babe
Your day won't be blue after seeing this Amrie Davis in blue jeans. Too bad jeans don't fit so well on everyone!
Should You Be Friends With an Ex?
So you're trying to decide whether it's wise to be friends with an ex? Sometimes it can work; sometimes not. You might have friends who previously dated and can still joke about the time she cried all through that sappy movie. You might also have friends who can't be in the same club together - one of them has to leave if they happen to bump into each other. How do you decide whether to pursue friendship after a breakup? Think about the following ex factors.
What Counts as Infidelity?
We're all aware of the signs of infidelity: your partner spending a lot of extra time at the office these days; his or her appearance suddenly becoming very important; your sex life either dropping off entirely or going into overdrive. These are just a few signs of betrayal. While you by no means should get overly paranoid, keep in mind that 85 percent of women who think their partner is cheating are right while 50 percent of men who think their partner is cheating are correct. (By the same token, statistics show that up to 37 percent of men admit to infidelity compared to 22 percent of women.)