'Romantic Status'

Discussion in 'Nearest & Dearest' started by Guzzler, Jan 4, 2012.

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  1. If one is married and shagging elsewhere, 'out of watch' is the common parlance I do believe, one has a mistress.

    If, however, one is single and shagging a married lady, what is ones title?

    Bloke down the pub wants to know.
     
  2. What ever he is called, he is getting more than me the kinky sod.

    Interesting question though.
     
  3. Can't find it in Debrett's which, let's face it, is surprising.

    Edit: Not 'arf as shocking as my apostrophe omission.

    The shame.
     
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2012
  4. Cuckoo? :tweety::-D
     
  5. ?

    Dunno.

    Not a black bird though.
     
  6. Toyboy------- depends how old she is --and the pints rating 1---8 . and does she give him money

    G
     
  7. Nah. Half century - slightly younger than him. A surprising 1 (OK - 3). Brings the odd bottle of wine round - which has added bonus so he tells me.

    Anyway - still need the term to use in polite society.
     
  8. tiddlyoggy

    tiddlyoggy War Hero Book Reviewer

    This may just be your chance to invent a word for inclusion in next year's Oxford dictionary.
     
  9. Marrage Guidance Counseller? :-D
     
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  10. Good idea tiddly and SARKING. I'm thinking.

    Ouch.
     
  11. Maybe called dancing on thin ice. On hubby finding out might be called gelded.
     
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  12. 'Histress'?

    Sounds ******* awful.
     
  13. tiddlyoggy

    tiddlyoggy War Hero Book Reviewer

    Sounds quite good to me.
     
  14. OK.

    I'll tell him. :iconbiggrin:
     
  15. Philanderer?
     
  16. Nah. That's stamps.
     
  17. Well thats a good old fashoned saying. I like it.
     
  18. ---:lol:---
     
  19. I also considered rake, libertine, adulterer, Don Juan, Casanova and Lothario.

    What about fornicator?





    edited to add: I don't have an in depth knowledge of these terms, I'm looking at a thesaurus!!!

    Have to say I agree with John, philanderer looks good to me as well.
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2012
  20. Magda

    Magda War Hero Book Reviewer

    I rather like "Scoundrel". Has a debonair sound to it.
     

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