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Posted by: Confussed | 2010/01/16

Pen Pal

To have a PP in a relationship is that acceptable?

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It depends on what is meant by Pen Pal. In the old days it was an entirely honest and innocent friendship with someone ( often of the same sex ) who shared a hobby. When it involved daily SMS,e-mail, twets, etc. between people of the opposite sex - and especially as when seem often to bwe the case, they actually meet daily at work, this is usually more intimate than is justifiable.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010/01/17

It depends on what is meant by Pen Pal. In the old days it was an entirely honest and innocent friendship with someone ( often of the same sex ) who shared a hobby. When it involved daily SMS,e-mail, twets, etc. between people of the opposite sex - and especially as when seem often to bwe the case, they actually meet daily at work, this is usually more intimate than is justifiable.

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Posted by: Cofussed | 2010/01/16

To be in a relationship and ypur partnerhas contact with someone he says " only"  emails or sms and shares everything of what happens in his daily life,is that normal//acceapta
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