Ok, so it's probably a case of the grass is greener and that sort of thing, but the scenario is this, for my, err, mate...
He's met a girl through the Internet, about a month ago and seen her about 8 or so times and has got on well, to the extent that it could be considered the early stages of a relationship. But say yesterday he got an email from someone through the same website that he's seen around the local area and thought 'cor blimey, she's gorgeous!' and comes across really well in a description too.
So, he's tempted to reply, but at the same time recognizes that he's currently seeing a really nice girl and is it worth jeopardizing that? My gut feel is no but, err, he's not sure.
So, is there a standard protocol to this? Should my advice to him be to be more than happy with the nice girl he's got and could conceivably be considered as punching above his weight anyway?
It's a modern dilemma for the modern man. What say the socially skilled and socially underskilled that frequent these parts?