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How to keep an affair going?

Okay to ask the obvious. How are people dealing with discrete meetups in the current pandemic situation. Especially with the added risk of the virus being transferred to your wedded partner. Now with the restaurant and pub closures how will the affair continue ?

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Comments (16)

There and back - 28 Mar, 2020 - 05:02PM

Well it would be fabulous for someone to engage with lol.........all I get is COVID so am not interested lol....

theartoftouch - 27 Mar, 2020 - 10:50AM

Most amusing is that of the affair I had the e-time was in effect the most substantial. The sex was in the end simply bloody irritating given that it completely killed the friendship due to its addictive nature, which led to the obvious triple cheating. So in some sense, every negative has a positive, CV could be a blessing. (Never again with that person but having an e-relation with someone else would be a bonus.)

theartoftouch - 27 Mar, 2020 - 10:47AM

Not only keep up matters electronically. Every meeting outside your household is a risk: 4m distance and hot-air kisses.

The Actress - 27 Mar, 2020 - 09:08AM

@rumplesbear
@Gent414

I was trying to inject a little positivity into an untenable situation; I'm NOT claiming to be a scientist, but I am trying to keep people sane.

When you consider the fact that 645,000 people every year are killed by influenza, (and no-one even mentions it), maybe that will put deaths from Covid19, into perspective

NB. Current thinking from the WHO, and Nobel prizewinning immunologist Peter Doherty, say that re-infection is extremely unlikely; (and reported cases are decidedly apocryphal)!

After all, you wouldn't stop people making toast for breakfast, in light of the fact that death by toaster electrocution, affects more than 600 people every year, would you? 🙁

Let's all be kind, and supportive of one another.

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Seeks Inspiration - 26 Mar, 2020 - 12:26PM

I'm not so much in the keep it going - but trying to get it started - I only signed up yesterday!

Upside for me of the current life situation we all find ourselves in is that I have some time to look here properly. While in coming here I not actively seeking permanent change from my current domestic situation, I would like to establish an enduring relationship with a suitable lady. Many of the ladies on here wish (for obvious reasons) to avoid becoming notches on a man's bedpost - they wish to avoid the one night stand brigade, of which I suspect there are many here.
I do accept that while as a man my task here may be more difficult because of when I have joined - for the ladies it is perhaps a golden opportunity to sort the one night stand brigade from the rest.

Good luck to us all!

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RumplesBear - 26 Mar, 2020 - 09:39AM

Remember it may not be a fortnight, as everything is being assessed round week 3, and this is going to be around for a while. It's assumed like flu, recovery means good chance of a degree of immunity; but there has been a few cases where someone's had it twice.

TL:DR Roll on 2021

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Sportster1200L - 26 Mar, 2020 - 09:26AM

Keep in touch regularly by messaging apps. If you both have cams on your devices and mutual discreet private time you can chat virtually face to face and with some imagination, share other enjoyable activities too! but its obviously risky so be very careful that you don't get caught. Safe private time will be very rare, brief and precious for most people at home for the forseeable future and the current situation will severely test your relationship.

If you can keep it going like this until we are all out of the woods it will prove that your relationship is robust and sustainable in the longer term.

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Bill Hardly - 25 Mar, 2020 - 09:43PM

I hate to say it but it's a bit of a lull.
Worst is, if you have a ongoing out of marriage relation.
Things will settle down soon and we'll take control of this virus.🤞

Gent414 - 25 Mar, 2020 - 06:07PM

@The Actress

Just because you've both had it and recovered, this doesn't mean you can't spread it around and infect others (assuming your IE doesn't live next door!)

Everyone, please continue social distancing until we're advised otherwise. Your affair can wait.

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SexyWinterLoving! - 25 Mar, 2020 - 01:04PM

Get to know each other as much as possible.. the excitement of having some planned meets at the end of this is keeping me sane!

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The Actress - 25 Mar, 2020 - 10:45AM

Keep it going with lots of emails, and saucy WhatsApp messages.

On the positive side; remember that once you've BOTH been infected, and recovered, there's only a fortnight to wait until you can see one another again.

It's a nasty virus, but we WILL beat it!!



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Ctyolene - 25 Mar, 2020 - 02:25AM

No meets, simple as that, not until it's over, or at least under control.
It does give more time to chat and learn more about each other online.

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funrider1 - 24 Mar, 2020 - 11:55PM

be nice to get one started

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YessirYessir - 24 Mar, 2020 - 11:03PM

Messaging that’s it,Such a weird time xx

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oxfordspires78 - 24 Mar, 2020 - 03:50PM

I think the key is to embrace virtual ways of keeping the flame alive... use IE of course to stay in touch but switch things to Skype if you can, use voice or video to stay in touch with your affair.

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ComeDanceWithMe - 24 Mar, 2020 - 12:32PM

Well obviously no meets and in any case my i.e. seems to have caught it though is recovering hopefully.
We communicate virtually daily and will be trying to keep each other's spirits up and plan from the future.
The important thing is to stay safe so that we have a future to include each other.

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