Another question for you, #2
Do you remember the Milton Bradley board game Scruples? I loved playing that game with my friends because I always learned so much about them. Now it's your turn to play. It's very simple.
1. Read the question
2. Answer Yes, No or Depends in the comments with your answer to the question
3. In addition, predict what my answer will be
Here we go:
While glancing through your spouse's college yearbook you read some rather explicit remarks written by an exceptionally attractive classmate. Do you question your spouse about the inscription?
Update 2/10 8:50 pm:
It depends: 2
In the beginning of our relationship I would have been really really interested in his answer to this question. Jump ahead 22 years and I am mildly interested and there is probably a funny story behind it. I could imagine him saying this:
"My roommates took my yearbook while I was sleeping and wrote that as a joke. Her picture was right next to a girl I dated and they were trying to get me in trouble."
Even though I'm interested in the answer, I want my husband to think I'm wonderful and that I trust him. I can't think of any way to ask him where I don't come off sounding insecure and needy, neither of which sounds very attractive. He doesn't deserve to be questioned about things like that after all these years of model husband behavior. After nineteen years of marriage I'm very confident that there is nothing to worry about, so why stir things up. The only thing I have to gain is my curiosity satisfied, but I would lose a small bit of my husband's respect. I'll try to keep his respect. My answer is no, I won't ask him about it.
Friends who guessed correctly about me:
Crazy MomCat ; Nancy ; Carol ; chichimama