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My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?

 
Hot Mama
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My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I have been married a long time and I take great care of my appearance. I am slim, have a great shape, and always like to look good for myself and my man. My issue is this, whenever we are out in public together my husband has a roving eye. He is always checking out other women to the point where its obnoxious. His head will swing around and he will stare blatently. I find this extremely disrespectful! I certainly don't act this way in public. I understand that men like to check out pretty women, but for God's sake be discreet! I've called him out on this behavior before, but he always reverts back to the same practice. It makes me feel very unappreciated and disrespected and I'm losing my patience with it. It's gotten so bad that I dread going anywhere in public with him. Any advice?
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01/04/2010 02:20 PM
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
STFU
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
You're a dude.

in a basement.

with zits.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
That's really rude of him. It makes you look like a clown.
Ditch him.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
it is not disrespectful, it is genetic programming, blame God not your husband

and as long as his eyes are doing the roving, and not some other part, you are fine. If he comes home to you, he should be allowed to look at whatever he wants in the meantime.

He will anyway, just let him do what he will already do without your permission. There is nothing else you can do beside ignore it. I recommend specifically telling him it's fine.

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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
and this is a conspiracy how????????????????
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
That's really rude of him. It makes you look like a clown.
Ditch him.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Does your husband play golf, by any chance.....
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I have been married a long time and I take great care of my appearance. I am slim, have a great shape, and always like to look good for myself and my man. My issue is this, whenever we are out in public together my husband has a roving eye. He is always checking out other women to the point where its obnoxious. His head will swing around and he will stare blatently. I find this extremely disrespectful! I certainly don't act this way in public. I understand that men like to check out pretty women, but for God's sake be discreet! I've called him out on this behavior before, but he always reverts back to the same practice. It makes me feel very unappreciated and disrespected and I'm losing my patience with it. It's gotten so bad that I dread going anywhere in public with him. Any advice?
 Quoting: Hot Mama 833668

for God's sake be discreet!

Translation - Lie to me...

Men look, Women get looked at..

We all have our little problems that others have to deal with.. If he ain't cheating then why worry?


Or you could smack him everytime he does and eventually he'll associate looking with pain and maybe he'll stop.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Would you expect him to look at artwork in a museum?
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01/04/2010 02:24 PM
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
yea.. come over my house and lets get even.


you got pics to prove your good looking btw ??
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I think he should be more discreet about it. Nothing wrong with looking. But why must it be so obvious...
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Give him a fucking BJ for once and like another poster said..STFU!
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I have been married a long time and I take great care of my appearance. I am slim, have a great shape, and always like to look good for myself and my man. My issue is this, whenever we are out in public together my husband has a roving eye. He is always checking out other women to the point where its obnoxious. His head will swing around and he will stare blatently. I find this extremely disrespectful! I certainly don't act this way in public. I understand that men like to check out pretty women, but for God's sake be discreet! I've called him out on this behavior before, but he always reverts back to the same practice. It makes me feel very unappreciated and disrespected and I'm losing my patience with it. It's gotten so bad that I dread going anywhere in public with him. Any advice?

for God's sake be discreet!

Translation - Lie to me...

Men look, Women get looked at..

We all have our little problems that others have to deal with.. If he ain't cheating then why worry?


Or you could smack him everytime he does and eventually he'll associate looking with pain and maybe he'll stop.
 Quoting: Jimmy2times 493309


if he's looking as much as the OP says then if you ask me he would cheat given the chance.
If you are with a woman and are constantly staring at other women it is complete disrespect for the woman you are with.
Coffee in the morning. Tea in the afternoon.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I have been married a long time and I take great care of my appearance. I am slim, have a great shape, and always like to look good for myself and my man. My issue is this, whenever we are out in public together my husband has a roving eye. He is always checking out other women to the point where its obnoxious. His head will swing around and he will stare blatently. I find this extremely disrespectful! I certainly don't act this way in public. I understand that men like to check out pretty women, but for God's sake be discreet! I've called him out on this behavior before, but he always reverts back to the same practice. It makes me feel very unappreciated and disrespected and I'm losing my patience with it. It's gotten so bad that I dread going anywhere in public with him. Any advice?
 Quoting: Hot Mama 833668


I agree that it's disrespectful, but men are men. How would you feel if other wives' husbands stopped looking at you in public? Or has that stopped? Maybe that's the problem. :)
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Had problem too with my hubby. I understand where you're coming from. I just told him to do the roving on his own time when not around me. I asked him to please not do this when we go out. It's disrespecting me. He has five days a week, 8 hours a day away from me. I'm sure he has plenty of his looking. My two days with him when out, I expect a little respect.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
men are visual, it is simple genetics they are bred to look

jesus fuck get off his case

there is NO upside to giving him a hard time, but you can get GREAT advantage by telling him it's fine, and it is fine get over it
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
the truth is the more he looks, the hornier he gets, and the better your sex will be

this is the truth

he get's all revved up and you get to benefit from the revving
Hot Mama (OP)
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Yes, he does play golf, but he's not Tiger. As far as I know, he's never cheated on me. I've always been very available to him sexually, never holding out or punishing him by withholding it. It just brings me down that he can be so blatently disrespectful, especially when I've told him how much it hurts my feelings. I guess the novelty of me has worn off. Just hurts is all. My advice to any guys reading this out there. Give your attention to the woman your with. It will make her feel really special and she in turn with make you feel special too. I give my husband all of my attention and it hurts to not get back a small percentage of what I put in.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
men are visual, it is simple genetics they are bred to look

jesus fuck get off his case

there is NO upside to giving him a hard time, but you can get GREAT advantage by telling him it's fine, and it is fine get over it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 488240

I'm a man and when I am with a woman I really try to tone it down when looking at hot women out of respect for the one I'm with.
Coffee in the morning. Tea in the afternoon.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I have been married a long time and I take great care of my appearance. I am slim, have a great shape, and always like to look good for myself and my man. My issue is this, whenever we are out in public together my husband has a roving eye. He is always checking out other women to the point where its obnoxious. His head will swing around and he will stare blatently. I find this extremely disrespectful! I certainly don't act this way in public. I understand that men like to check out pretty women, but for God's sake be discreet! I've called him out on this behavior before, but he always reverts back to the same practice. It makes me feel very unappreciated and disrespected and I'm losing my patience with it. It's gotten so bad that I dread going anywhere in public with him. Any advice?

for God's sake be discreet!

Translation - Lie to me...

Men look, Women get looked at..

We all have our little problems that others have to deal with.. If he ain't cheating then why worry?


Or you could smack him everytime he does and eventually he'll associate looking with pain and maybe he'll stop.


if he's looking as much as the OP says then if you ask me he would cheat given the chance.
If you are with a woman and are constantly staring at other women it is complete disrespect for the woman you are with.
 Quoting: ºEATº

It could be Tourettes, hell I don't know, but saying that looking leads to cheating is a stretch..

People exaggerate things that bother them to make them seem worse than they really are too.. It helps garner sympathy..

How about this then, everytime she catches him doing it, she kisses him on the mouth, if he's doing it that often then there should be a lot more smooching and kisses are great for relationships.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I have been married a long time and I take great care of my appearance. I am slim, have a great shape, and always like to look good for myself and my man. My issue is this, whenever we are out in public together my husband has a roving eye. He is always checking out other women to the point where its obnoxious. His head will swing around and he will stare blatently. I find this extremely disrespectful! I certainly don't act this way in public. I understand that men like to check out pretty women, but for God's sake be discreet! I've called him out on this behavior before, but he always reverts back to the same practice. It makes me feel very unappreciated and disrespected and I'm losing my patience with it. It's gotten so bad that I dread going anywhere in public with him. Any advice?

for God's sake be discreet!

Translation - Lie to me...

Men look, Women get looked at..

We all have our little problems that others have to deal with.. If he ain't cheating then why worry?


Or you could smack him everytime he does and eventually he'll associate looking with pain and maybe he'll stop.


if he's looking as much as the OP says then if you ask me he would cheat given the chance.
If you are with a woman and are constantly staring at other women it is complete disrespect for the woman you are with.

It could be Tourettes, hell I don't know, but saying that looking leads to cheating is a stretch..

People exaggerate things that bother them to make them seem worse than they really are too.. It helps garner sympathy..

How about this then, everytime she catches him doing it, she kisses him on the mouth, if he's doing it that often then there should be a lot more smooching and kisses are great for relationships.
 Quoting: Jimmy2times 493309

If you are with someone and constantly staring at other women in the presence of the one you're with:
1. You have little respect for their feelings
2. Looking for someone else
3. You're basically an asshole.
Coffee in the morning. Tea in the afternoon.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Leave him dry every night and in the mornings, make his balls hurt, he will not have the energy to do the eye act anymore
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
You sound too nice, I'd NEVER put up with that....train your guy
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I'm the one pointing out beautiful women to my man!
Not a lesbian, but women are beatiful to look at. He
laughs.
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
men are visual, it is simple genetics they are bred to look

jesus fuck get off his case

there is NO upside to giving him a hard time, but you can get GREAT advantage by telling him it's fine, and it is fine get over it

I'm a man and when I am with a woman I really try to tone it down when looking at hot women out of respect for the one I'm with.
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you are not a man!! pennywise
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
Leave him dry every night and in the mornings, make his balls hurt, he will not have the energy to do the eye act anymore
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eyes_dropehehehehe
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
how do u make his balls hurt?
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
I can just tell this bitch is a typical woman... to the core
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
We have to look, we can't help it.. it's in our DNA

it's the same thing when you throw a ball in front of a young puppy. He has to go get it!

btw did you know why women developed breasts during the evolution of mankind?
So we men had something to look at at eyelevel, when we were developing from walking on 4 leg/paws to 2 legs. A substitute for bums :5:
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Re: My husband has a roving eye, should I be pissed?
If you are with someone and constantly staring at other women in the presence of the one you're with:
1. You have little respect for their feelings
2. Looking for someone else
3. You're basically an asshole.
 Quoting: ºEATº

1. Not true - opinion
2. Again Opinion
3. Everybody is an asshole to someone - EVERYBODY.

Maybe, just MAYBE he looks at other women because he feels insecure with her.

Maybe he does it to feel good about himself.

Maybe he has homosexual tendancies and he's not really looking at the women but actually looking at the men they are with and sometimes he looks at women to throw her off...

One thing is for sure, they have a communication problem, even if she feels she doesn't and he does, THEY DO.


If she's talked to him about it, and he acknowledges that he does it, and still does it anyway..

What are HER choices?

Change him, or change her??