How To Be Faithful
How To Be Faithful
stop fooling around and be monogomous - let videojug show you how. If someone's coming on to you, we'll show you how to stay faithful and not cheat.
Step 1: What counts?
Firstly. What is cheating? These aren't: laughing at a joke, telling him your name, accepting a drink, accepting a compliment, allowing him to nibble your ear….. Oh no! Wait! That is.
Step 2: Think straight
Remember the good stuff you get at home: the trust! The intimacy! The familiarity! The in-jokes! The memories! The squeezing of your spots! The tolerance of your wind! Imagine what life would be like without these things. Not the idealised young, free and single daydream you maybe permit yourself after a row - but what life would really be like. Cold, and alone. Forever.
Are you really going to compromise yourself for a sweaty, guilty rummage - probably in the toilets or down an alley? Arggh! They might even have chlymydia! Which means you'll get it! And your partner will get it!
Step 3: Use their name
Your first line of defense is your partner's name. Drop it into conversation as often as possible. The more he comes on to you, the more you need to talk about your wonderful, intelligent, strong and charismatic partner. This will not only let him know that your interests lie elsewhere, it will help you remind yourself of why you're choosing to stay faithful in the first place.
Step 4: Be clear
If the assailant doesn't get the message that you are attached, have no mercy on their ego. If you say "I find you attractive, but I'm already in a relationship", you're really saying "if only my partner wasn't around…" Which isn't, in the language of the lounge lizard, a definite "no", it's a "I'm persuadable, buy me another martini". So be clear, and if necessary, disparaging. And if you are enjoying the attention a little too much, have a think about why.... because they have already bought you another martini, hmmmm?
Step 5: Get out of there
If romeo still persists, or you find the temptation too much, break up the situation. Get a friend involved, and put them between the two of you. If you don't have any friends around, just get out of there. Don't spare his feelings, and don't give in - just leg it.
Congratulations, you've stayed faithful and honest in the face of temptation. But let the honesty end there. And don't mention that any of this ever happened. Best not to worry them…