Since no one apparently is interested in my upcoming colonoscopy (I can't imagine why), I will start this lifestyle thread and see where it goes. The scene: You are sitting at home, watching t.v. The phone rings. Your spouse answers it. You hear portions of animated conversation. After a bit, your spouse hangs up, comes up to you and says: "Darling, you'll never guess what. That was (pick a name), my old boy/girl friend from high school. He/she is in town and wants to take me out to dinner tomorrow night. I haven't seen him/her since graduation from high school, 17 years ago. Isn't that WONDERFUL?" Is it? Now, before the "I trust my spouse implicitly - why on earth would I object?" posts begin flooding in, let's pause for a moment. Even though I trust my spouse implicitly, I'm not sure I would be overjoyed with this one. My immediate reaction would be, "Great, but is there any reason why BOTH of us can't have dinner with him tomorrow night?" There is an old saying - "Trust your opponent, but cut the cards anyway." Things can change in the glow of the candlelight after three martinis. Why tempt fate? How would you handle this one?