Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma came from James and it's about separate vacations in a marriage. Here's his email: Hi Jaime. I’m not sure how I feel about a double standard that’s going on in my home. My wife has hit me with some exciting news…for her. She’s been invited on a two-week girls' trip to Hawaii with three of her best friends. That’s fantastic for her, and I’m happy for her. After I told her how cool it was that she’d be able to do that, I then blurted out that it would give me time to take my best friend to Las Vegas because he’s never been. I immediately got the stink-eye on that one. Why is it okay for her to go to Hawaii for two weeks with the girls, but four nights in Vegas with one of my guys is viewed with suspicion and anger? Is there really a difference here, or is something bigger at play? Hope you can help me out. Thanks ~ James I don't quite understand why James' wife is upset. It all seems fair to me. She goes to Hawaii, he goes to Vegas. I don't see a difference. I mean, Vegas is a party town, but so what. James is allowed to have fun as long as he doesn't blow tons of money and do anything stupid, but the same goes for her, at least in my opinion. What do you think? Is there a difference between James' wife trip to Hawaii with her friends and his trip to Vegas with his friend? Or is she overreacting? Let's help him out and let me know on the TRY Facebook page.