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Do You Ask Your Friends to Look Out For Your Man?

Putting all your trust in someone is often easier said than done, and sometimes, you can say you trust someone without truly feeling it in your gut. This was apparent in last night's episode of The City when Allie asked Whitney to keep an eye on her man while she was away for the weekend. Who knows how serious she was when throwing out her request, but clearly she should have meant it literally — Adam's late night antics were sketchy, to say the least. So ladies, when you're in a relationship, do you ask your friends to keep an eye on your boyfriend when you're not around?

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tinyspark tinyspark 7 years
No way! He doesn't need to be "looked out for," he's a responsible, considerate, honest ADULT man.
ladyr ladyr 7 years
I trust my man and I wouldn't ask my friends to keep an eye on him. If they saw him somewhere, I know my friends would have my back. If they saw him doing something inappropriate they would say something to him and/or tell me.
julieulie julieulie 7 years
I would never ever ask anyone to keep an eye on my husband... obviously, I trust him, since we are in a long-distance marriage.However, that said, if anyone just happened to be at the same place at the same time and saw he was up to no good (not that he would be, but theoretically) I would be very hurt if a friend chose not to share that news with me.
julieulie julieulie 7 years
I would never ever ask anyone to keep an eye on my husband... obviously, I trust him, since we are in a long-distance marriage. However, that said, if anyone just happened to be at the same place at the same time and saw he was up to no good (not that he would be, but theoretically) I would be very hurt if a friend chose not to share that news with me.
totygoliguez totygoliguez 7 years
If I need to ask my friends to watch over my bf, then I definitely need to consider weather he is the right person for me.
CYL CYL 7 years
Why would you date someone you can't trust if u are away? Gees. I would never ask my friends to keep an eye on my boyfriend. I trust him 150%.
candace87 candace87 7 years
I would never ask my friends to go to places where my boyfriend is and watch him. I would also not ask them to keep an eye on him if they were at the same place coincidentally. I'm sure they would tell me IF something did happen.. but I wouldn't ask it.
macchiatolove macchiatolove 7 years
No. That's controlling and manipulative and such, lol!
macchiatolove macchiatolove 7 years
No. That's controlling and manipulative and such, lol!
Deidre Deidre 7 years
Uh, no. That's just strange.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
No.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
No.
hope2be hope2be 7 years
Nope.
hope2be hope2be 7 years
Nope.
1cigarrette 1cigarrette 7 years
ha, my boyfriend does that but not in exactly like this... more like when we´re at a bar or club and he goes to the toilets or for more drinks he asks a guy friend to look out in case some guy approaches me and bugs me... but that´s just him... he looks out for our girl friends when guys come up to make sure they don´t want them to leave... i guess for some reason he thinks they won´t go away if we just tell them to go away when we´re uncomfortable.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Nah...
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Nah...
MissJules5x MissJules5x 7 years
i would never have to ask my friends to keep an eye on my boyfriend. i think that goes to show what kind of relationship someone is in if they feel that someone needs to babysit their significant other. i would never want to be in a relationship that needed constant surveillance by others or even myself to make sure that my boyfriend is in check. i've watched The City and Allie is insecure and doesnt trust her boyfriend (Adam) because hes a douchebag that cheats on her constantly and she never sticks up for herself. she cries then lets him manipulate his way back into her life. i think shed feel much better about going away and not looking like a doormat if she just dropped the loser already.
MissJules5x MissJules5x 7 years
i would never have to ask my friends to keep an eye on my boyfriend. i think that goes to show what kind of relationship someone is in if they feel that someone needs to babysit their significant other. i would never want to be in a relationship that needed constant surveillance by others or even myself to make sure that my boyfriend is in check. i've watched The City and Allie is insecure and doesnt trust her boyfriend (Adam) because hes a douchebag that cheats on her constantly and she never sticks up for herself. she cries then lets him manipulate his way back into her life. i think shed feel much better about going away and not looking like a doormat if she just dropped the loser already.
vmruby vmruby 7 years
Nope I've never felt insecure enough to ask my friends to do that with my husband or with my exes.If I can't trust a guy I'm with, then there's really no point in wasting any time having a relationship with him in the first place. On the other hand,I would be more than a little annoyed, not to mention hurt, if it ever got back to me that he had asked any of his friends to spy on me for him.You either trust me or you don't....period.
vmruby vmruby 7 years
Nope I've never felt insecure enough to ask my friends to do that with my husband or with my exes.If I can't trust a guy I'm with, then there's really no point in wasting any time having a relationship with him in the first place. On the other hand,I would be more than a little annoyed, not to mention hurt, if it ever got back to me that he had asked any of his friends to spy on me for him.You either trust me or you don't....period.
oohsexypenguin oohsexypenguin 7 years
I might ask them to do it in joking, but with my husband I really have nothing to worry about. He and his friends are all nerds, so any boys' nights out would consist solely of video games, haha.
Janine22 Janine22 7 years
If you are in a relationship with someone you trust, this shouldn't be an issue!
Fallen85 Fallen85 7 years
I'll jokingly tell HIS friends to keep an eye on him for me but I trust my man so I'm not really worried about it. He's not a big drinker, he will never do drugs and all of his friends are in relationships with much more protective women then I could ever be so I have extra reasons not to be worried.
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