Phables by Brad J. Guigar - 2011-06-17

strip for June / 17 / 2011

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POLL: By-gones won't stay gone

Friday, June 24, 2011 - 12:00 AM

A reader writes... Q: I messed up and I cheated with a woman from the office. It was nearly two years ago. My wife forgave me. We got a little counseling at the church and stayed together. But now she won’t stop harping on it. Every time we have a fight, she brings it up. It’s really getting on my nerves. How can we move forward if she’s constantly looking back?
POLL: What can he do if his wife refuses to forgive and forget?
 
25% (448) Nothing. He cheated, and the consequences of that include her mistrust and anger
 
57% (1008) Counseling... much, much more counseling.
 
2% (38) She'll forget. Eventually. Maybe.
 
8% (146) Bring up stuff from *her* past. See how *she* likes it.
 
7% (127) Try to avoid fights. She's going to win them anyway.
1767 people have voted in this poll. (This poll is not active.)

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POLL: Sharing is Caring

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 - 12:00 AM

FREE Bree DVD + 50% Off A reader writes... Q.: I love my fiance very much. He is a talented, experienced lover, but I have always had fantasies about him sharing me in a MFM threesome... Lately I can't stop fantasizing about us with a close friend of his.

My fiance has previously stated that "watching chicks go at it gets boring after the first 10 minutes" and "three-ways would work better with two guys and a girl", but I don't know if that's just hypothetical or if it's a sign that it's OK to ask.

I'm afraid that he'll be jealous if I suggest his close friend, but I'd need it to be with someone we knew first before we tried it- my fiance was my first, so I'd need someone I trusted too.

Should this whole thing stay as just a fantasy?
POLL: Should this stay a fantasy
 
43% (333) I'm a man, and I say no!
 
42% (324) I'm a man, and I say yes!
 
7% (57) I'm a woman, and I say no!
 
6% (51) I'm a woman, and I say yes!
765 people have voted in this poll. (This poll is not active.)

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POLL: Dock blocked?

Friday, June 17, 2011 - 12:00 AM

FREE Bree DVD + 50% Off A reader writes... Q: I think my wife of 32 years had been cheating on me when she travels on business. I was told by a few friends to discuss my suspicions with her, but every time I bring it up, she denies it. Recently, while at dinner with friends, she mentioned that a year ago she had lunch with a male coworker on his yacht, just the two of them during their lunch break. When I asked her about it later, she said it was just an innocent lunch meeting, that the man wanted to show off his new boat. His boat is about 45 minutes from their work. I think that they dined on each other while on the boat. Isn’t it inappropriate for a married woman to be alone with a single man on his boat, house or any enclosure? Even if everything was innocent? I still love her, but I no longer trust her.
POLL: Is it appropriate for a married woman to be alone with a single man?
 
36% (617) I'm a man, and I say no!
 
50% (856) I'm a man, and I say yes!
 
4% (70) I'm a woman, and I say no!
 
8% (144) I'm a woman, and I say yes!
1687 people have voted in this poll. (This poll is not active.)

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