After researching movies coming out next year, I found one that sounds kind of funny that I think some people will enjoy. The movie is essentially about these guys that always get in trouble with their wives for checking out hot girls...IN FRONT OF THEM TOO! Anyways, their wives decide to give them a hall pass for a whole week. Meaning, they're allowed to do whatever they want (in theory), as this also includes sleeping with other women, AND there will be no punishments or consequences for their actions. What I would like to ask all you guys out there is this...what would YOU do with a hall pass from your lover? Please tell us in EXACT detail what would you do to take advantage of your free week to do whatever you want? Please, keep your comments at a pg 13ish level please.
Okay ladies, I direct this question back at you. What if your lover gave you a hall pass to do whatever you wanted, without consequences, as you'd be allowed to cheat as well. What exactly would you girls do with your free week hall pass in your relationship?
Please, take in mind, this forum is just for fun, and I mean no offense by it. Hope you all have a great time discussing this.
Whenever you invite trouble, trouble will surely come your way. Murphy's Law.
If I were married and my husband gave me a hall pass (now I know what it means..), I would be totally amused and feel his forehead..perhaps he has a fever and hallucinating..or..he is making a very big joke. in which case, we could laugh about it together...
Keep looking. Keep my hands to myself. If I am unwilling to reciprocate with a hall pass for my wife I have no business doing anything more.
In addition, a hall pass seems to me to be a recipe for divorce. Unless a marriage is truly an "open" style (whereupon a permanent hall pass is already implied long ago) it will cause hard feelings down the road regardless of the sincerity of the giver.
I would take the hall pass and give it to someone who wanted to use it. I would not use it.
Yeah, i tend to agree with you guys on this. Personally, I think if a man/woman needed a hall pass to begin with, then chances are that should be a clear sign that maybe there's something seriously wrong in their relationship. If it were offered to me though, I wouldn't even use it. Well except to play video games and watch movies all week without doing any household shores (by movies i mean NORMAL movies). Does that count as using the hall pass?
Seriously, I wouldn't use the hall pass to cheat on my wife/gf because that would be wrong on so many levels.
A week hall pass? tsk tsk tsk... I always make sure I have an All time hall pass, baby ;-) and funnily enough I don't really get into much mischieve as you might expect!
Hmmm. Well, the looking doesn't bother me. My hubby's always free to do as much of that as he wants (so long as he's not offensive about it.) I'm not very visual when it comes to turn-ons, so I don't suppose I'd need a hall pass for looking even if he was willing to hand one out.
On the less involved levels, I think a certain comfort with your spouse/gf/bf looking at/being interested in other folk is probably a really good sign. I trust my guy to know how far to take it (not very far ) and when to draw a line. And it doesn't bother me when he checks out another girl w/ a sideways glance. I know he's coming home with me, and the looking is pretty natural, I think. I know people who freaked when their husband to be wanted a bachelor party. It didn't phase me in the slightest. I mean, the man asked me to marry him, I oughtta trust him, right? (Not to mention that I was pretty damn sure that none of the strippers were going to ask him to runaway with them. A strip club is probably about the safest place for a man to be if your fear is them running off! )
And, if I were offered a hall pass for "other activities"... I'm not perfect, and I'm not saying the thought hadn't crossed my mind, but I'd never, EVER act on it. I don't care how many times you swear up and down that there will be no repurcussions... sex is too emotional for that - at least sex with someone you love. And, I do love him. Whatever the physical enjoyment of the moment, it wouldn't be worth losing the love of my life.
Thanks TS, for the amazingly insightful answer, as I don't think anyone could have summed it up better.
Anytime Steven! Of course I'd take that hall pass in a heart beat for you.
Really? That's good to know. I might have to take you up on that offer someday. j/k
I have it, on a reciprocal basis of course. You know Steven, after a while it gets boring and really doesn't seem to be worth the hassle. I don't remember using it for more than a handful of years already. Or may be I am just getting old?
Hallpass sounds great! We can be as free as we want :-D buti dont think we need a hallpass...coz both me and my hubby are enjoying the things together...we tried a lot of things together and we never regret being attached and married to each other,so the day we got married, its the day he entrust his life to me and same as me to him...we can make crazy things more crazier together, i dont need hallpass, and for him who's lying beside me right now, doesnt want it either...but in case we had pass, can we apply it on our job so we can have free time togather??... :-)
I'm too smart for that. If my significant other gave me a hall pass I would know it would be so they could have their own "hall pass". Therefore I'd say no thanks!
I'm one of those super loyal types so I seriously doubt I would take it.If I were the kind of person who was into experimentation like that then I would.But I'm more of a one man girl.So I would have to pass.
I'd use it, or maybe not. As usual, I always overthink these things. What are the terms and conditions of the hall pass? Is it a one time deal? Is it renewable? Maybe I'd just put it away and take it out to play with from time to time wondering what was the reason it was given to me in the first place?
If my relationship with my lover was open, no hall pass would be needed. If it was not, what would be the point of the hall pass? Also, I'm not sure one would even need a hall pass from just a lover, after all one can have many lovers. A spouse might be different. But lover or spouse, I'm still left with the same question, what's the point of the hall pass? If you want or need a hall pass, you might just as well have an open relationship. That would be honest and not playing games.
Now, what would I do with a hall pass?
I would book a romantic vacation with my hubby so we could go and pretend we are hall passing on each other -- together.
Call me boring but I would not do anything with anyone outside of my relationship.
Hm, lol I think i would slap him. Why would he suggest it unless he wants one too? lol No hall passes for me thank you. That's a perfectly good way to break something that wasn't broken.
If anyone ever suggest this in a relationship, they should consider not be in that relationship any more lol
Hall Pass. No way for him, no way for me. I respect the institution of marriage which includes faithfulness to one another. Besides-it's a bad idea to open Pandora's box.
I would automatically assume...
...and therefore I would decline to take advantage of said "hall pass."
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