Ok, so my current girlfriend tells me all sorts of nice stuff about how I'm the only one her heart beats for and how much she loves me. But yet for Easter I was talking to her and then she left and didn't respond to my text messages so I thought maybe something happened. Then Monday she gets back to me, says sorry she didn't check her phone. She says she was up north, but didn't say who she went with after I asked her, she just ignored that question. Then Tuesday we had a fun day together but talking last night a lot of things just gave me an uneasy feeling. At first she was telling me how confused she was by me spending "so" much time with my friend Terry. She seems to be worried that I'm secretly gay and doing stuff with him, now he is 48 and I'm 30 but we relate well and can talk well and we've been friends for a long time. Does this generation gap sound fishy to you? Everyone who knows we are friends doesn't have a problem, but she does. So then last night she confesses, "well, I suppose I should tell you this now but for Easter I went up north with Brian" (Brian is a co-worker of hers and they've known each other awhile) and then she tells me that the cruise she is going on in June, she's taking Brian along. Now I did tell her that I have no money to go on a cruise though it would be fun. Does this sound fishy? It seems clearly "yes" to me but how does it sound to the rest of you? She's worried about me spending time with my best friend, then expects me to NOT worry when she spends time with (and goes on a cruise with) someone of the OPPOSITE sex and we are both heterosexual. Double standard much? And when I try discussing it with her, she does NOT understand. This guy Brian from what she has told me, also insists on paying for everything when they get together too.