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Do you walk faster than your wife/GF?


Do you walk faster than your wife/GF?  

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Some of us walk faster than our significant others.

 

Others might be slower due to injuries, being middle-aged, or just wanting to take it easy.

 

And for others, it probably depends on the situation.

 

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No. But she walks slower than me. I think on purpose. As she can walk the same speed as me.

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My wife for whatever reason usually likes to walk behind me which I find frustrating when she is far more fitter and capable than me. 

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We probably walk at a similar pace. However, her taking about 200 photos in 9 holes of golf means she always lags behind.

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2 minutes ago, poppysdad said:

My wife for whatever reason usually likes to walk behind me which I find frustrating when she is far more fitter and capable than me. 

That's Asian culture, females deferring to males.

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It's not difficult to walk faster than my mrs, I'm about 5'11" and she's lucky to get over 5'. I have to slow down for her.

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My wife walks slower then me but that is ONLY because she needs a Knee operation but she is not doing the operation. So I walk the same speed as her.

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I walk about the same speed as my wife. She is only 3ins smaller than me and I am 6 ft.

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13 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

Girls usually walk behind me

There is probably a good reason for that.

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Yes, and she complains that I walk in front of her instead of next to her. The problem being that when I slow down to let her catch up, she slows down as well.

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Madam Moon walks a lot faster than me when we're heading for the shopping mall or supermarket, then slows down to the usual Thai snail's pace once we get there!

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2 hours ago, RamenRaven said:

due to injuries, being middle-aged

If you're walking slowly and you're only middle-aged, you probably have an injury.

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23 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

Yeah I'm a fast walker, they can't keep up

Well dodged, sir.

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Mine anoys me by constantly swapping sides looks like am talking to myself. I told her if you keep doing that the world will end e.g if ant and Dec change sides the world is over. 

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2 minutes ago, Bobtheblob said:

Mine anoys me by constantly swapping sides looks like am talking to myself. I told her if you keep doing that the world will end e.g if ant and Dec change sides the world is over. 

My wife does that ,nearly tripping me up on occasions she cant come up with any sensible reason why she does it though. I suspect its to drive me crazy like most other things she does.

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Slower, turn around and she has nipped in a shoe, handbag or make up shop and thinks I will know🙄

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I don't know, I don't go out with my wife/gf, her place is at home.

And the sideline girls I meet at the resort.

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Traditionally Thai women walk 2 meters behind "her man". Still very common in rural Thailand.
I am amazed, how many Farang "Cultural-Experts" don't know about this.
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In modern times, many Thai Males may find this tradition very helpful, especially while walking around in shopping malls. It puts a natural distance between the males wallet and his female companion.

 

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