'Bros and hos' etiquette.

Ahh. Well, that's something different.

If you were friends to both of them, then you should have kept your mouth shut to her, but told him playing away was a bad idea.

But if you didn't know the guy, or rather if you weren't actually friends with him, then I think your female friend should have come first. In that instance friendship, not gender, is important.

EDIT:

Unless you fancy your friend, in which case you'd be better off not talking to her and not being around when she wants to talk about her failed relationship.

JimmDogg wrote:

Everyone knows...

Bros before hoes.

... Except after shows.

1Dgaf wrote:

Oh and the woman was going on a date the next day, but she let slip she wasn't completely enthused about it. (She was going to a botanical garden.)

A botanical garden! Can I come?

PurEvil wrote:

Yes. I can't remember who he was ripping on at the time, but I think it was Foreman.

Hm, I was thinking it was a conversation with Wilson.

Quintin_Stone wrote:
PurEvil wrote:

Yes. I can't remember who he was ripping on at the time, but I think it was Foreman.

Hm, I was thinking it was a conversation with Wilson.

It was Wilson. He was on him about ditching his poker game to sleep with a patient.

dhelor wrote:

You --> Wing-wang
Her --> Vajayjay

How much more do you need in common?

I was going to post something like that, but we're better off because I wouldn't have used an awesome word like "Vajayjay." Well done.

DudleySmith wrote:

...I saw my female friend's boyfriend playing away in a club ... grass him up ...

What language is this? (edited for clarity. Yes, I get the irony.)

1Dgaf wrote:

The Chinese bird was very friendly, but I'm not sure how much we'd have in common.

On questions of compatibility, Johnny Dangerously's mom is a wellspring of wisdom:

- We got a lot in common, you and I.

- Like what?

- Well, we both scrub floors for a living, we're both swell lookers, and neither one of us is Chinese.

On second thought, Ma Dangerously is an idiot.

Dud,

My take on that situation would be to analyze my motives in the situation. If I am truly a friend to that female friend and not just looking for an opportunistic bumpy bump, I'd tell her what I saw and be that friend. If, after analysis, I realized I was just pathetically waiting in the wings to get my wick wet, I'd stop being pathetic and go get laid elsewhere.

Man, that video is terrible. I think I might need an antacid.

DudleySmith wrote:

Yeah, I think you're in the clear here.

I had a bad one last year, I saw my female friend's boyfriend playing away in a club. She's my friend, not him, but my understanding of The Rules led me not to grass him up. I felt bad about it though.

I think you call him out there, at least if she's serious about the relationship. If he doesn't cut him out, you rat him out.

Also, have you seen Old School?

Eliminate the procreation competitor, then mark your territory around the girl's apartment in the time-honored "urinate at all four corners of the building" way.

ColdForged wrote:

Eliminate the procreation competitor, then mark your territory around the girl's apartment in the time-honored "urinate at all four corners of the building" way.

Can we assume he already did the latter? I mean, I know he's British, but it was still a party, right?

She isn't seeing your friend.
Your friend hasn't expressed interest in her.
She made reference to not looking forward to a future date.
The subject of the future date was apparently not at the party.

No foul on the play & good luck.

Aries wrote:

Definitely no breach of etiquette there, 1D.
Did you get the Chinese chick's number? No need to fall back at all if you can just sliiiiide to the side.

Smoooove

Let me just go ahead and add that to my Morality Rolodex...

but she let slip she wasn't completely enthused about it. (She was going to a botanical garden.)

If she's not enthusiastic about a trip to a botanical garden is she even worth it?