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a man who is the favored companion of a woman

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a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman

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Michelle, via email Dear Coleen, MY boyfriend's brother is very attractive and he has always flirted with me.
Turner showed the informant a history of her boyfriend's movements and said that she could "get him at a location" and tell the supposed hitman when he would be there so he could carry out the planned killing.
The IRS argued that the takings by Herrington's boyfriend could not be thefts because she consented to the takings by never objecting to her boyfriend's withdrawals from the business accounts and by never reporting them as thefts to the authorities.
People are not going to walk in and buy art just because it's George Michael's boyfriend's gallery.
She is supposed to be my boyfriend's cousin yet, whenever we see her my boyfriend gets flirty with her.
"When you throw the boyfriend characteristics in, all other associated factors are overwhelmed by the strength of the boyfriend's influence," he said.
When I walked up to my boyfriend's table, I thought I saw a tear in his eye.
Coleen says I THINK you know what to do - a whole lot of nothing when it comes to your boyfriend's stepdad.
The situation goes from bad to worse and before long Cameron is fighting with his boyfriend, accused of drug trafficking, chased by the police, dancing in a strip club, making out with his boyfriend's girlfriend, and generally having "a series of unfortunate events," which are often laugh-out-loud funny.
Your boyfriend's ex won't go away Things are great with your guy, except for one detail: his ex-GF.
There's the actor who will come up to you at a Hollywood party and say, `Ian'--as you're about to give them a big wet kiss--[whispering] `I'm not gay in L.A.' Some people assume that if you come to their party, meet their boyfriend and the boyfriend's boyfriend and the ex-boyfriends and all the other men there--and then [you're] asked about having visited that famous person, you are expected to lie to the press.
Put yourself in your boyfriend's position - if he was texting his ex, whether it was sexual or not, you'd feel hurt and insecure.
But then my boyfriend's friend started touching me and then my boyfriend started to touch the other girl.
Remind your BFF that you've been her boyfriend's friend for ages and don't want that to change.
SO basically you want to dump all this on your boyfriend's doorstep to get rid of your guilt?