Sloppy Cheaters: Does your partner have a curfew? How late is too late?

Curfew? For your those dating & even the married folks!?!?! When you are committed to someone, you should be adult enough, mature enough, grown up enough to not even need to say that word "Curfew". Most people feel if you don't know enough to come in at a decent hour then you shouldn't be committed or married at all. If you are balking at coming in at a decent hour, then should you be married at all? Evidently your party days are not over yet or you wouldn't be asking this question. If you hear "BEER WITH THE BOYS" or "POKER AT TYRONE’S HOUSE" all ok stuff but if you need to ask about a curfew then you need to not be married while doing this "ok" stuff.

Same works for women who like to go out and need to know about a curfew. If you are still partying with the girls, watching the male strippers, or doing all the single type stuff and you are concerned about what time you have to be in, should be enough signs that you’re not willing to commit. Thus, don't cause your little selves any undue stress by being married and worrying about curfew.

Did you know that 37% of men and 22% of women admit to having affairs? It is estimated that 53% of all people will have one or more affairs during their lifetime.

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Comment by Crystal F. Lincoln on January 15, 2010 at 10:28am
I think that no grown person should really have a curfew.. and if u r in a serious relationship (living w/ ur significant other) then u should come home on ur own at a decent time... Not staying out all night and partying and what not... I mean I can see if u out working or something.. But when u just out just to b out there at all times if the night when u should be at home w/ ur man/ woman... then there is definitly something laking in that relationship... And I'm not talking bout u know going out and having fun everyo once in awhile till dawn... I'm talking bout a every day/ night thing... If u r doing it that much then what u should b asking urself is what is it at home that I am trying to run away from... Cause I'm soory but tha only thing I'm trying to hear at 3 in the morning is my bed, a good book, or a movie... Anything else is obseliete.....
Comment by Precious on January 13, 2010 at 9:57am
I feel that from the start of a relationship, boundaries should be set. I remember growing up my grandmother would tell us the only thing open after 12:00am is LEGS!!! I feel that you should respect your mate and their feelings, for me I feel there is no reason you should come in the house after 1:00am, now he is a grown man and have a right to do has he please, but behind ever action is a reaction...........
Comment by Devon Hughes on January 12, 2010 at 7:34pm
I trust my husband but I refused to allow him to walk into our home past 2am. Its more about respect than the time he came home. I feel if I respect him enough to come home at a decent time than I should get the same in return. Nine times out of ten, the men he is hanging out with is not married and do not respect their women. A man will only do what you allow them to do!
Comment by MIKE on January 12, 2010 at 9:53am
My girl and I have been together for 9 yrs and in the 9 yrs we've been together, only once have I come in at a time that was not deemed as being respectable. Even though my reason was a legitimate one she still went off the deep end. I've been out maybe 20 times during the span that we've been together because I don't feel the need to hang. I DON'T HAVE A CURFEW, but women/men need to lighten up on the reins and let grownups be grownups. CURFEWS EQUALS RESENTMENT!!
Comment by queen*moni on January 12, 2010 at 1:30am
No curfew!!!! Its all about mutual respect!
Comment by Blackcherry on January 12, 2010 at 1:12am
Curfew, who does that? You cannot possiable believe you can tell another adult what time they should come home. What u can do is sit down and compromise a resonable time, but dont think that person will always be in at that time. Sometime the party or whatever dont start poppin until 12 or u know you wont be home by 2
Comment by Lynette V. on January 11, 2010 at 7:02pm
Curfews are pointless. If the man wants to be there, he will be.
Comment by MrsGary83 on January 11, 2010 at 6:51pm
i dont belivev that a grown person man or woman should need a curfew. they are old enough to know what time they can come in with out getting their partner or spouse mad. But if my husband came in after the street lights went off. And I know he wasnt with his associates I will f him up. So in other words is a decent time for a married person is the latest is 3 am an hour. leave from the club get something to eat and bring your butt home with extra food for me. A single couple should have a fair agreement with each parnter should be in.
Comment by Southerngal on January 11, 2010 at 6:21pm
Does your partner have a curfew?
I'm single..

When I did have a partner... their was no curfew...Hes a ground man ..most men knows when to come home...if their into you and you have respect for on another......then their no need to hang out all times of night...

How late is too late?

I don't put a time frame on how late...usually men knows how late to hang out...Telling a guy how late to stay out and come in is a big problem......Its not going to turn out well...
..If he cares hes their...
Comment by Biker Kim on January 11, 2010 at 5:49pm
LMAO...when we ran a motel the playahs usually came out before dusk. Most on their employers or spouses dime. Why enslave by curfew? Why enslave someone who wants to be free at all?


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