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I found a gentlemen's club (free admission) business card in my husbands wallet, We never believed in strippers. How should I confront him?

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Maybe someone gave it to him and he didn't want to seem like "less of a man", so he took it and shoved it in his wallet. Obviously he hasn't used it yet.

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Aneka

Be as calm as possible but firm. But i would definitely confront him.

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Talk to him about it and be calm. Give him the chance to explain to you why he has it but do not make your own conclusions or judge him about it.

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What were you doing in his wallet?

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Maybe getting money. I go in my husbands wallet all the time.
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Depends why in his wallet. If getting something or he asked you to get something, then confront him, it's probly something innocent or he wouldn't be letting ou go in it. If you were snooping, bringing it up may cause even more trust issues because the snooping is breaking trust in itself, and may become an even bigger issue between you than the card you found.

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Well, believe in strippers cuz they are real. And just ask him to explain it before accusing him of anything. Because if putting the card in his wallet was innocent, you being accusatory could be received in a bad way.

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waldorff

How do you mean 'Don't believe in Strippers'?

Leave the guy to his pleasures - stop looking through his wallet. He's a human being, not a dog that you own.

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