Is your partner addicted to Porn? Tell-tale signs

#1
Having just seen this list, I'm wondering what other signs the members of this esteemed site can identify.

In your own time...

If you are concerned your partner is addicted to internet porn, here are some of the signs to look for:

* Are they deleting history from computer after using it?
* Do they have password-protected files on computer but there's no valid reason for this?
* Are they spending more and more time on the internet?
* Do they insist on using the internet in a private place out of view of others?
* Are they refusing to discuss your concerns? People who are addicted often react very negatively to any attempt by the partner to raise the subject. They may react with anger and defensiveness.
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The obvious ones are
- Box of kleenex next to the computer
- Computer next to sock-drawer
- Sticky feel to the carpet around the PC
 
#3
Spending an inordinate amount of time innocently searching for the perfect anniversary present for the wife, especially as there's that new private browsing function so she can't see the treat you are buying.
 
#4
They use the internet sobriquet, 'Meridian'. :D
 
#7
They are male...
 
#8
throwing a sicki, '' ive got to go to the doctors love, i think ive got rsi''????????????????????????????????????????????
 
#9
Unequal muscle development
 
#10
Hmmm.... seems to be quite a few subject matter experts commenting on here.

I personally wouldn't have a clue how to recognise the signs!

In fact I aviod it by using the search engine at noporn.com










do you think denial is a sign ?
 
#11
If you can 'knock one out' within 5 minutes of returning from your own mother's funeral ... you might be addicted.
 
#12
"Addiction" is an ugly word and perhaps overly pejorative for what may be after all, merely a gentle distraction from the tribulations of the day and nothing more than a passing hobby?

It is so easy to generalise and point the finger. After all, what does addiction man? Labelling these brave pioneers of cyberspace in this way is a best unhelpful and may be harmful to their egos and self image. The question these needy, bitter and frankly probably inordinately ugly women should be asking is "How am I failing my man? What needs of his could I be servicing that I am not, how might I use my time better rather than lurking around trying to decipher his browser records?"

So feminist she-trolls with an over-inflated idea of what constitutes suitable material for net-browsing, you need to get your act in gear or as sure as my home page is penisbot.com, you really might lose your man!
 
#13
I think it only counts as addiction if you pass up the opportunity for a real-lfe bunk-up in order to spend time with internet lovelies.
 
#14
I think I just ticked all the boxes here.
 
#15
#17
Mizz K13 questioned me about this the other day and, very red faced, I denied it.

Must stop referring to the desk top as the "masturbation station".
 
#18
I think it only counts as addiction if you pass up the opportunity for a real-lfe bunk-up in order to spend time with internet lovelies.
Very guilty of that. Coldly knocking her back after she has sashayed through the house in a baby doll nightie just so I could frantically squeeze the head off it to yuvutu with the office door locked wasnt my finest hour
 
#19
Spending an inordinate amount of time innocently searching for the perfect anniversary present for the wife, especially as there's that new private browsing function so she can't see the treat you are buying.

Seen that advert as well ;-)-so blatant its about grot!
 
#20
Seen that advert as well ;-)-so blatant its about grot!

I'm a PC* and I invented peering through nurses' home windows...



PC = perverted cnut btw
 

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