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Old 08-02-2011, 10:10 PM
TruckerPete TruckerPete is offline
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Originally Posted by Indigomontoya View Post
Not at all. I have a very good female friend with which I spend a lot of time, and I don't think it is a supposition to say that TP has ever been jealous, and I have brought up with this friend how her fiancée feels about our friendship and have asked him directly; both answers (to preclude him placating me to escape an awkward question) were the same, he's not jealous and never has been.

Your example assumes that jealousy and suspicion are certain as a result of a platonic (and I'm using the commonly accepted definition, not your contextual one) relationship.
Actually, I have been jealous. But I reflected on the feeling for at least ten seconds and realized my jealousy was caused by a lack in our relationship (in those particular cases, not treating ourselves to enough quality time) and not by anything you were doing with her.
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