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Post by Hogwash » Wed, 18 Oct 2006 10:19 pm

I am flipping out.
My husband went to a ktv lounge on cairnhill with a visiting friend. he claims he did nothing .... just talked. right. have any of you dealt with this crap? what to do? i am thinking of moving out. to think i crossed oceans and put my career on hold for this idiot.

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Post by abbby » Wed, 18 Oct 2006 10:47 pm

Do you trust him? If you do, then believe him, although I know half the time they are lying. Not wanting to add flame to the fire, but men it's really up to you because we don't know your husband..

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Post by jpatokal » Wed, 18 Oct 2006 11:33 pm

This is not Bangkok or even Jakarta -- the KTV lounges in Singapore are not brothels and while the girls may get a little frisky to ply customers into buying more cognac, you generally can't have sex in them. (Not to say that you can't take the girl out of the lounge...)

I wouldn't be too worried -- at least he fessed up. If he starts going to KTVs on the sly, then it's time to get worried.
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Post by Bafana » Thu, 19 Oct 2006 4:24 pm

Tend to agree with JP.

A bit of hanky panky goes on but nothing serious. I think you maybe over reacting if you move out.

Maybe you shouldl also think twice about being to hard on him as next time he may not tell you what he is up to which would be worse.

I think the main thing is he told you which probably means nothing happened - Maybe you should go with him next time. I have been in KTV's with Clients and they have brought their female workmates with them. Bit strange if you ask me but at least you will know what goes on.

What was the name of the KTV - I can ask some frinds and see if its a Wow KTV meaning (lots of hanky panky) or more of a get drunk talk to mates and sing badly ktv whilst beiung served by good looking women.

USe to go to KTVS a lot when I first started working here but it got boring after a while
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Post by sue1303 » Fri, 20 Oct 2006 5:49 am

Definately one of those situations where only you can say for sure whether or not you think your hubby would get off on that kind of thing and do something about it.....My first would have been in there like a shot, my 2nd would go, if the situation arose through work but he'd much rather I was there with him having a fun time....plus being Scottish he certinately wouldn't pay for something he could get for free at home lol!

I'd raise my eyebrows but not make a fuss, unless he went every week in which case I'd cut his balls off !!!!!

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