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Silock
01-27-2009, 10:31 PM
Has she ever cheated on you?

Story time!

keg in kc
01-27-2009, 10:32 PM
Me no. Her many times.

Silock
01-27-2009, 10:32 PM
Me no. Her many times.

Oh shiz. For real?

88TG88
01-27-2009, 10:32 PM
tthis should be fun

Reaper16
01-27-2009, 10:33 PM
I think its dangerous to presume that your wives can't read the interwebs, fellas. Proceed with caution.

keg in kc
01-27-2009, 10:33 PM
Oh shiz. For real?Yeah, but that was several years ago. I've been divorced since early '04.

Anyway, suffice to say, she got around.

Baconeater
01-27-2009, 10:35 PM
Eatin' ain't cheatin'.

Scorp
01-27-2009, 10:36 PM
*Grabs popcorn*

Coach
01-27-2009, 10:36 PM
I think its dangerous to presume that your wives can't read the interwebs, fellas. Proceed with caution.

FTR, I do not cheat. Period. I don't even think of even trying that.

Oh, and I agree on the above statement. Proceed with caution....

Hoover
01-27-2009, 10:39 PM
Nope. Never.

We have been together for 10 years and married for 6. I'm married well and would never want to mess up what I have. Its not worth it.

Ebolapox
01-27-2009, 10:39 PM
heh, even if I had, I wouldn't post about it here.

haven't though. as annoying as my wife is from time to time, I love the ol' gal.

Sure-Oz
01-27-2009, 10:41 PM
Never cheated on the GF, she hasn't on me either.

I'd rather just dump her if i was going to do that, i am not a total asshole

RJ
01-27-2009, 10:42 PM
Heh.....Home and Auto.

If I wanted to screw another woman I would have enough respect for my wife to leave before I did it. Hypothetically, of course.

Dallas Chief
01-27-2009, 10:42 PM
heh, even if I had, I wouldn't post about it here.

haven't though. as annoying as my wife is from time to time, I love the ol' gal.

This. :)

BigRichard
01-27-2009, 10:44 PM
If you get anyone to say yes on here I would be absolutely fucking shocked. That being said, no I have never cheated on my wife. However she left her husband to be with me.

DeezNutz
01-27-2009, 10:46 PM
If you get anyone to say yes on here I would be absolutely ****ing shocked. That being said, no I have never cheated on my wife. However she left her husband to be with me.

I'm shocked that a woman preferred a BigDick.

Size doesn't matter my ass...

Frazod
01-27-2009, 10:50 PM
Cheated on the first one after I found out she cheated on me. Didn't really seem to matter after that. That marriage was doomed from day one.

No cheating on the current one, though. At this point, I've developed an Al Bundy philosophy on women; one's plenty.

sedated
01-27-2009, 10:56 PM
Have you ever cheated on your wife?

I try every day, but still no luck

rambleonthruthefog
01-27-2009, 10:59 PM
i would just wind up feeling guilty bout it. the sex would most likely not be as good as what i have with the wife anyway. then what am i left with, less than good sex and guilt. no thanks

blueballs
01-27-2009, 11:01 PM
I would say masturbation is cheating
but who wants to hear that story

keg in kc
01-27-2009, 11:01 PM
Cheated on the first one after I found out she cheated on me. I thought about that, but still didn't.

Frazod
01-27-2009, 11:06 PM
I thought about that, but still didn't.

We were physically separated for most of our marriage (I was in the Navy on a ship) and very young. And very poor. And mostly very unhappy. It was a fucking disaster. She cheated on me while I was on a cruise, but she did it in a small town so people found out and told me. After that we split up for a while, but then got back together. But by that time she had enrolled at MU and I had gotten stationed at Great Lakes. I drove down every other weekend, but on the weekends I didn't, I was chasing tail. I think she was fucking around on me then as well, but don't know for sure. Not like it matters. It was just never the same after I knew she'd been unfaithful. She was planning to move up and transfer to a local college - I eventually told her not to bother.

Phobia
01-27-2009, 11:07 PM
I have never. But my first wife passed it out like twix in October.

reiko57
01-27-2009, 11:14 PM
I have never. But my first wife passed it out like twix in October.

lol loser

1adam1238
01-27-2009, 11:18 PM
through 3 marriages...............cheated in each one of them. No need to go into details and any excuses.

Buehler445
01-27-2009, 11:27 PM
Hell fucking no. I would probably be too chicken shit to do it even if I were faced with the opportunity. Even if I did do it, I probably couldn't live with myself.

KcKing
01-27-2009, 11:40 PM
http://i41.tinypic.com/nqoc5u.jpg

Guru
01-27-2009, 11:45 PM
I have never. But my first wife passed it out like twix in October.Does Tony know?

KcKing
01-27-2009, 11:52 PM
Does Tony know?

ROFL

keg in kc
01-28-2009, 12:03 AM
It was just never the same after I knew she'd been unfaithful. Yeah, no going back from that point.

Pants
01-28-2009, 12:32 AM
I am the master of my domain. Fuck no.

carlos3652
01-28-2009, 12:35 AM
I have never. But my first wife passed it out like twix in October.

Yea she did... oh wait you aren't talking about your current wife, my bad...

FYI - Sat is 50+ degrees... ask the wifey if u can come out and play

'Hamas' Jenkins
01-28-2009, 12:41 AM
Any time you pass up sex you're cheating on yourself.

http://www.jigsawlounge.co.uk/film/gx/roadtrip.jpg

Ebolapox
01-28-2009, 12:50 AM
Any time you pass up sex you're cheating on yourself.

http://www.jigsawlounge.co.uk/film/gx/roadtrip.jpg

the matrix was right. them bitches love the elephant walk. don't sprain your cocks, bitches!

carlos3652
01-28-2009, 12:51 AM
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KCrockaholic
01-28-2009, 01:29 AM
Not married yet, but weve been together 2 1/2 years and neither of us have cheated. Nor will we ever, we were basically born for eachother.

Saggysack
01-28-2009, 01:35 AM
The pussy isn't worth as much as the money I would lose. Not only no, but hell fuck no!

Ebolapox
01-28-2009, 01:49 AM
Not married yet, but weve been together 2 1/2 years and neither of us have cheated. Nor will we ever, we were basically born for eachother.

ROFL

famous last words.

as a wise man once told me, 'never say never.'

chris rock once said 'a man is only as faithful as his options.' aka, a man who gets pussy thrown at him relentlessly will ultimately give in. the key for a guy who is in a loving relationship is not to put one's self in those types of situations.

but never say never, and don't buy into the hallmark bullshit of 'we were born for each other.' odds are, there's always somebody out there who's a better match for you than the one you're with.

shit. your post reads exactly like a hallmark miniseries special.

keg in kc
01-28-2009, 01:58 AM
...odds are, there's always somebody out there who's a better match for the one you're with than you.

BryanBusby
01-28-2009, 04:42 AM
Nope, she was in a different area code.

penguinz
01-28-2009, 04:44 AM
ROFL
chris rock once said 'a man is only as faithful as his options.' aka, a man who gets pussy thrown at him relentlessly will ultimately give in. the key for a guy who is in a loving relationship is not to put one's self in those types of situations.
Relationship advice from Chris Rock?

BigRock
01-28-2009, 05:46 AM
I would say masturbation is cheating
but who wants to hear that story

http://img242.imageshack.us/img242/4930/cuar01essman0804uy3.jpg

YOU HAVE WROUGHT YOUR SEMEN OUTSIDE OUR HOME?

THAT'S ADULTERY!

kstater
01-28-2009, 05:52 AM
Is it cheating if she brings the woman home?

Scorp
01-28-2009, 06:14 AM
Is it cheating if she brings the woman home?

Absolutely not............that is called awesomeness. :clap:

kstater
01-28-2009, 06:19 AM
Absolutely not............that is called awesomeness. :clap:

Then no I haven't cheated on my GF.

Katipan
01-28-2009, 06:46 AM
By the rules invented in my own mind, I say no.
Ex-husband says yes (that I cheated.)

But I took the beating, so everyone was a winner in the end.

Fire Me Boy!
01-28-2009, 06:53 AM
Nope, on either count.

Had a girlfriend who cheated on me with the orchestra conductor. I guess she liked his baton better than mine.

Radar Chief
01-28-2009, 07:34 AM
No and no.

Short Leash Hootie
01-28-2009, 07:44 AM
I've hit a good streak in my life...dated a girl for 7 months, we broke up, still have sex from time to time because I play her off of my "girlfriend" (she's not my girlfriend, I make the ex think she is and play them both off of each other) and there is another booty call who knows about the other two...it's a pretty good gig I got going on...

It's amazing how jealous the girl that likes me gets over my ex, and how jealous the ex gets over the girl who she thinks I'm dating...it works perfectly...basically gives me the choice of old girl or knew girl every night...and the third girl thinks it's hilarious, but she's a total slut and I'm pretty sure she's doing at least 10 other guys so she hardly counts...

But this is the first time since I was 18 that I was doing 3 girls at the same time...been a good start to the year.

Skip Towne
01-28-2009, 07:49 AM
I've hit a good streak in my life...dated a girl for 7 months, we broke up, still have sex from time to time because I play her off of my "girlfriend" (she's not my girlfriend, I make the ex think she is and play them both off of each other) and there is another booty call who knows about the other two...it's a pretty good gig I got going on...

It's amazing how jealous the girl that likes me gets over my ex, and how jealous the ex gets over the girl who she thinks I'm dating...it works perfectly...basically gives me the choice of old girl or knew girl every night...and the third girl thinks it's hilarious, but she's a total slut and I'm pretty sure she's doing at least 10 other guys so she hardly counts...

But this is the first time since I was 18 that I was doing 3 girls at the same time...been a good start to the year.

It will get even better when you get to high school.

Iowanian
01-28-2009, 08:03 AM
Never even considered it.

Chief Henry
01-28-2009, 08:16 AM
Nope...no need too.

Buehler445
01-28-2009, 08:37 AM
I've hit a good streak in my life...dated a girl for 7 months, we broke up, still have sex from time to time because I play her off of my "girlfriend" (she's not my girlfriend, I make the ex think she is and play them both off of each other) and there is another booty call who knows about the other two...it's a pretty good gig I got going on...

It's amazing how jealous the girl that likes me gets over my ex, and how jealous the ex gets over the girl who she thinks I'm dating...it works perfectly...basically gives me the choice of old girl or knew girl every night...and the third girl thinks it's hilarious, but she's a total slut and I'm pretty sure she's doing at least 10 other guys so she hardly counts...

But this is the first time since I was 18 that I was doing 3 girls at the same time...been a good start to the year.


This will end badly....Keep us posted.

Spicy McHaggis
01-28-2009, 08:55 AM
Not married but the current g/f and I have remained true. When it comes down to it I guess having a meaningful relationship has become worth sacrificing potential sex with attractive 20 somethings.

Damn.

KCrockaholic
01-28-2009, 09:02 AM
ROFL

famous last words.

as a wise man once told me, 'never say never.'

chris rock once said 'a man is only as faithful as his options.' aka, a man who gets pussy thrown at him relentlessly will ultimately give in. the key for a guy who is in a loving relationship is not to put one's self in those types of situations.

but never say never, and don't buy into the hallmark bullshit of 'we were born for each other.' odds are, there's always somebody out there who's a better match for you than the one you're with.

shit. your post reads exactly like a hallmark miniseries special.

sorry but thats how it is, I dont care what Hallmark says or whatever, i can just about guarantee you we are soul mates. But thats ok...

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 09:10 AM
As I'm looking at this page right now, I find it funny that the advertisement at the top of the page says "Tire of spending Valentine's Day alone? Find a Valentine's Date today!".

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 09:14 AM
By the rules invented in my own mind, I say no.
Ex-husband says yes (that I cheated.)

But I took the beating, so everyone was a winner in the end.

Explain.

seclark
01-28-2009, 09:15 AM
dated 3years, then married for 28(so far). raised 3 kids and now have 4 grandchildren.
never cheated. never thought about it.
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oldandslow
01-28-2009, 09:23 AM
dated 3years, then married for 28(so far). raised 3 kids and now have 4 grandchildren.
never cheated. never thought about it.
sec

Now that's what I am talking about...

Good on you. Rep. All that.

IMO, many more stories like this would solve most of America's problems.

gblowfish
01-28-2009, 09:24 AM
Does my right hand count?

Katipan
01-28-2009, 09:28 AM
Explain.

My husband and I didn't sleep together, eat together, or talk to eachother. Maybe thats a gross exaggeration, but when I cheated, my husband and I hadn't been intimate in a long long time. So when I found someone that I wanted to do those things with, I jumped at the chance.

I was supposed to be at work. My husband caught me at my boyfriend's. He gave me a choice. My ass or the boyfriend's. (don't be dirty, perverts) It wasn't the boyfriend's fault, so I took the beating. He went way easier on me than he would have on my lover. Plus, I don't think my boyfriend had been in a fight his entire life. 6'5" 350 collegiate wrestler would have hurt his pretty face.

Radar Chief
01-28-2009, 09:31 AM
Does my right hand count?

Victimless crime.
No one gets hurt when you’re a one man band.

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 09:33 AM
Has she ever cheated on you?

Story time!

My wife and I are faithful to each other. It doesn't really fit the topic of this thread, but I'll tell you what happened with wife's first husband.

She found, not only porn, but illegal little child porn on his computer. This was 10 years ago. So, I'm sure he had to really search to find that stuff. The internet is different now than it was 10 years ago. He denied it and made up a stupid story. Katherine (not her real name), at the time, didn't know anything about computers or the internet. So, she believed him. At the time, she thought he was a victim of a computer prankster. She always believed him through all of his BS stories. Even though everyone else who knew him, knew that he was a lying SOB.

Anyway, soon after, Katherine had a knock at the door. She had a home daycare business in her house. She had about 7 or 8 two and three year olds in her house for 10 hours a day, every day. When she opened the door, there stood a very thin, petite, barely 18 year old girl who looked much younger than that. She started yelling at Katherine and saying that she loved Jim (yes, his real name), has loved him for a long time, has been "with" him for a long time and she wanted Katherine to divorce him immediately! Jim had been telling Mary (not her real name) that he loved her and wanted to divorce his wife and be with her, but he couldn't. Likely story. He told her that his wife was blocking the divorce and wouldn't let him out of the marriage. Of course, this is BS. But, this 18 year old didn't know any better. She thought Katherine was holding him hostage. So, in front of the day care kids, she's standing there yelling at Katherine with all of the details that children should not hear. Katherine was in total shock. She was destroyed. I don't know how she made it through the day.

To make a long story short, the 18 year old found out that Jim had been cheating on her as well with another very young, very thin, 12 year old looking 18 year old girl. So, Mary calluded with Katherine and Jane (not her real name) and, even though they were all enemies, they all started comparing notes and realizing all of his lies and all of his cheating with even more women. So, the two girls dumped him and Katherine divorced him. She still has emotional scars from it today.

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 09:38 AM
My husband and I didn't sleep together, eat together, or talk to eachother. Maybe thats a gross exaggeration, but when I cheated, my husband and I hadn't been intimate in a long long time. So when I found someone that I wanted to do those things with, I jumped at the chance.

I was supposed to be at work. My husband caught me at my boyfriend's. He gave me a choice. My ass or the boyfriend's. (don't be dirty, perverts) It wasn't the boyfriend's fault, so I took the beating. He went way easier on me than he would have on my lover. Plus, I don't think my boyfriend had been in a fight his entire life. 6'5" 350 collegiate wrestler would have hurt his pretty face.

1. Yes, you cheated. Even considering the lack of intimacy that you described. So, if you are wondering, yes, you cheated. But, that's all water under the bridge. We all learn from our mistakes. Especially when we're younger. We all do dumb things.

2. But, with that said. I hope you took your ex-husband to the cleaners, took everything he owned and put him in jail............ rotten bastard!

Katipan
01-28-2009, 09:41 AM
1. Yes, you cheated. Even considering the lack of intimacy that you described. So, if you are wondering, yes, you cheated. But, that's all water under the bridge. We all learn from our mistakes. Especially when we're younger. We all do dumb things.

2. But, with that said. I hope you took your ex-husband to the cleaners, took everything he owned and put him in jail............ rotten bastard!

With all due respect your wonderful posts, intellgience, and humor, I really don't care if YOU think I cheated. :)

Unless you plan on beating me up for it.

I broke my wedding vows, but so did my dumbfuck husband. Sure he wasn't physically cheating on me, but he was so drugged up on so many things, I'm sure it was a question of ability not desire.

I have no problems looking in the mirror, except for the fact that I don't love my bangs right now.

And I took nothing when I left him except my clothes, personal possessions, and children.

So yah. I win. :)

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 09:44 AM
With all due respect your wonderful posts, intellgience, and humor, I really don't care if YOU think I cheated. :)

Unless you plan on beating me up for it.

I broke my wedding vows, but so did my dumb**** husband. Sure he wasn't physically cheating on me, but he was so drugged up on so many things, I'm sure it was a question of ability not desire.

I have no problems looking in the mirror, except for the fact that I don't love my bangs right now.

And I took nothing when I left him except my clothes, personal possessions, and children.

So yah. I win. :)

I wish you well.

Donger
01-28-2009, 09:50 AM
No.

The Bad Guy
01-28-2009, 09:55 AM
My wife is my world. The answer is no. I'd rather get a divorce than be a shaddy prick.

Frosty
01-28-2009, 09:55 AM
Absolutely not and wouldn't even consider it.

tooge
01-28-2009, 09:55 AM
No. Dont really have any desire. The risk of heartache and pain would be much greater than the little time of guilty pleasure experienced. Plus, I would rather just watch the hotties and imagine. I'm too old and simple to cheat on my wife.

Rain Man
01-28-2009, 10:19 AM
Nope. I'd be a lousy criminal, because if I ever did anything wrong I'd have such a guilt thing going that it'd be obvious. The same goes with marriage.

This assumes, of course, that impure thoughts don't count. Because I have a lot of impure thoughts.

Nzoner
01-28-2009, 10:20 AM
Does my right hand count?

I tried cheating on my right hand with my left but just couldn't do it.

Fire Me Boy!
01-28-2009, 10:23 AM
With all due respect your wonderful posts, intellgience, and humor, I really don't care if YOU think I cheated. :)

Unless you plan on beating me up for it.

I broke my wedding vows, but so did my dumb**** husband. Sure he wasn't physically cheating on me, but he was so drugged up on so many things, I'm sure it was a question of ability not desire.

I have no problems looking in the mirror, except for the fact that I don't love my bangs right now.

And I took nothing when I left him except my clothes, personal possessions, and children.

So yah. I win. :)
Yeah. You win.

Should have charged the bastard for abuse after the beating, though. No excuse for that shit.

Deberg_1990
01-28-2009, 10:27 AM
I cant wait for Midnight Vulture to chime in on this thread.

Sure-Oz
01-28-2009, 10:32 AM
I cant wait for Midnight Vulture to chime in on this thread.

I'm pretty sure he thinks he is the leading cause of divorce in america.

Pestilence
01-28-2009, 10:33 AM
Nope....never have. I was cheated on by a girlfriend before....and I realize how much it sucked. FWIW....she went on to get married......and then divorced after her husband cheated on her.

Katipan
01-28-2009, 10:36 AM
Yeah. You win.

Should have charged the bastard for abuse after the beating, though. No excuse for that shit.

It is fucked up. But honestly, I knew what the consequences of my actions would be. Hard to be a victim when you walk into it with eyes wide open.

Dumbfuck has quite the arrest record since that incident. :)

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 10:44 AM
Yeah. You win.

Should have charged the bastard for abuse after the beating, though. No excuse for that shit. Exactly.

tooge
01-28-2009, 10:45 AM
I'm not sure I understand why people cheat. Any feakin dumbass with a heartbeat (save Clathan perhaps) can get laid at a bar, so it cant be about the challenge. Once you take the oath, dont cheat. If you want strange, get a divorce. Seems pretty simple to me.

Garcia Bronco
01-28-2009, 10:51 AM
People that break their word have no honor.

Katipan
01-28-2009, 10:54 AM
People that break their word have no honor.

Here's to honor!
If you can't cum in her, cum on her!

Jilly
01-28-2009, 10:55 AM
It is ****ed up. But honestly, I knew what the consequences of my actions would be. Hard to be a victim when you walk into it with eyes wide open.

Dumb**** has quite the arrest record since that incident. :)

thank God you cheated, then right? Horrible he beat you up, but I would say that if he respected you that little, he broke that covenant a long long time ago.

Katipan
01-28-2009, 11:00 AM
thank God you cheated, then right? Horrible he beat you up, but I would say that if he respected you that little, he broke that covenant a long long time ago.

The interlude was beautiful and wonderful and full of joy. So, everything my marriage wasn't. :) It also made me realize I was brave enough to leave the big oaf.

So yah. I regret the pain I caused, but I'd go back and do it all over again.

Jilly
01-28-2009, 11:02 AM
The interlude was beautiful and wonderful and full of joy. So, everything my marriage wasn't. :) It also made me realize I was brave enough to leave the big oaf.

So yah. I regret the pain I caused, but I'd go back and do it all over again.

My story is similar, without the beating up. But yeah...it's amazing the joy that awaits on the other side.

I think covenants are a lot more than just let's be stubborn because we made a promise.

Katipan
01-28-2009, 11:04 AM
I swore to myself I'd never do what I'm about to do, but...

I think covenants are a lot more than just let's be stubborn because we made a promise.

This.

Donger
01-28-2009, 11:05 AM
Dirty whores.

Mosbonian
01-28-2009, 11:09 AM
The first marriage ended when I caught my ex-wife screwing her boss at work on my birthday...well it didn't end just then, but for all intents and purposes it did. Took about 6 months for both of us to realize we were no longer in love. And she finally confessed that she had started cheating 6 months after we were married and had had several different lovers. I scheduled tests immediately. Her excuse...she didn't love me anymore so she thought it was OK to cheat with someone she loved.

Met my present wife after my divorce...she had been divorced from a cheating spouse/louse also. And oddly....even though we both had been cheated on we never had felt the desire to break our vows during our respective first marriages.

We just celebrated our 24th wedding anniversary....and I have never cheated. Never felt the desire to and always understood the consequences if I did. I stand to lose so much that WE have worked for and the price never seemed worth it not matter how attractive the option.

Funny thing....when I look at my wife now I still see the same beautiful gal I married even though she doesn't. And she tells me she still sees the same handsome, respectable (that's where she lost me) gentleman she married. No need to cheat when you view each other like that.

mmaddog
*******

Count Alex's Wins
01-28-2009, 11:11 AM
Not if their libido has fallen off a cliff!

Count Alex's Wins
01-28-2009, 11:12 AM
The first marriage ended when I caught my ex-wife screwing her boss at work on my birthday...

How did that go down exactly?

Rain Man
01-28-2009, 11:12 AM
Dirty whores.


Stop making me have impure thoughts.

Donger
01-28-2009, 11:13 AM
How did that go down exactly?

He probably inserted his penis into her vagina, and then pumped it in and out repeatedly.

Donger
01-28-2009, 11:13 AM
Stop making me have impure thoughts.

You too, eh?

Katipan
01-28-2009, 11:16 AM
Is it impure to think about Rain Man's impure thoughts?

Katipan
01-28-2009, 11:16 AM
You too, eh?

dirty whores!!

Donger
01-28-2009, 11:16 AM
Is it impure to think about Rain Man's impure thoughts?

I think I just heard him scream.

DaKCMan AP
01-28-2009, 11:23 AM
I'm not married, but when I'm in a relationship it's definitely monogamous. I'm extremely loyal and enjoy the exclusivity of a relationship. Adultery pisses me off.

tyton75
01-28-2009, 11:26 AM
Here's to honor!
If you can't cum in her, cum on her!

I.... I think I love you


ROFL

Mosbonian
01-28-2009, 11:41 AM
How did that go down exactly?

If you're asking did I kick his ass...then you don't truly understand emotions.

I know, in macho bravado, most guys claim if they found their wife in bed with another man they would kick some serious ass right then and there. But honestly when you catch them in the act your first emotion isn't necessarily to do bodily damage.

When I walked in on them, i stared in shock for a moment, then closed the door turned around and left the building. When I got outside I threw up violently. What was shocking was that she didn't run after me trying to explain.

I went home....packed her bags, and left them on the doorstep. She went to spend the next 2 weeks with her mom while I sorted it out...and planned on how to ruin the "other man's" life. All it took was a phone call to his boss and his wife.

mmaddog
*******

Delano
01-28-2009, 12:05 PM
She went to spend the next 2 weeks with her mom while I sorted it out...and planned on how to ruin the "other man's" life. All it took was a phone call to his boss and his wife.

mmaddog
*******

Awesome.

Simplex3
01-28-2009, 12:14 PM
The pussy isn't worth as much as the money I would lose. Not only no, but hell fuck no!

This.

The only woman in the world worth half my shit is the one that would get it if I did something this stupid.

Simplex3
01-28-2009, 12:17 PM
sorry but thats how it is, I dont care what Hallmark says or whatever, i can just about guarantee you we are soul mates. But thats ok...

This is kind of a dangerous attitude, actually. There will come a day when the two of you look at eachother and go "WTF?". On that day it helps if you have already accepted that the other person isn't perfect.

Dayze
01-28-2009, 12:21 PM
Nope. Never.

We have been together for 10 years and married for 6. I'm married well and would never want to mess up what I have. Its not worth it.

This.

Iowanian
01-28-2009, 12:25 PM
This summer, I found out someone close to me's wife was cheating. I went along to that guys house(where they were, during a party) so the husband could kick his ass. He did. The next day, that guy got his ass kicked worse. Another guy who knew better also got an ass kicking recently, and a pretty good one at that.

I'll be surprised if 2-3 other guys who should have known better don't also end up in similar circumstances.

She's a filthy pirate hooker and I hope she expires, alone during an event involving combustion.


Screwing someone's wife is dangerous business.


I will never cheat on my wife.

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 12:28 PM
People that break their word have no honor. So, John Elway has no honor?

Rain Man
01-28-2009, 12:31 PM
Is it impure to think about Rain Man's impure thoughts?

It is not a place where you want to go. It's dark and labyrinthine and rainy with lots of lightning and thunder, and it even scares me sometimes even though I live there.

Mark M
01-28-2009, 12:31 PM
Nope.

In fact, I've never cheated on any girlfriend ever, and have only had one cheat on me.

Well, at least that I know of ...

MM
~~:cuss: ;)

Katipan
01-28-2009, 12:34 PM
It is not a place where you want to go. It's dark and labyrinthine and rainy with lots of lightning and thunder, and it even scares me sometimes even though I live there.

Sounds like my vagina.

John_Wayne
01-28-2009, 12:35 PM
If you're asking did I kick his ass...then you don't truly understand emotions.

I know, in macho bravado, most guys claim if they found their wife in bed with another man they would kick some serious ass right then and there. But honestly when you catch them in the act your first emotion isn't necessarily to do bodily damage.

When I walked in on them, i stared in shock for a moment, then closed the door turned around and left the building. When I got outside I threw up violently. What was shocking was that she didn't run after me trying to explain.

I went home....packed her bags, and left them on the doorstep. She went to spend the next 2 weeks with her mom while I sorted it out...and planned on how to ruin the "other man's" life. All it took was a phone call to his boss and his wife.

mmaddog
******* Was that ONE phone call? How did you get them to agree to that? Interesting. :hmmm:

Pioli Zombie
01-28-2009, 12:49 PM
does it count if it happened after she cheated on you and you were already seperated?

Mark M
01-28-2009, 12:50 PM
Sounds like my vagina.

What the ...

MM
~~:spock: ROFL

stevieray
01-28-2009, 12:52 PM
those sensors tuned out years ago...i've prolly been hit on and didn't even know it..

Mosbonian
01-28-2009, 12:59 PM
Was that ONE phone call? How did you get them to agree to that? Interesting. :hmmm:

Maybe I should have been more specific....

One phone call to his boss to explain to him that one of his Managers was busy screwing my wife....I also explained that my attorney advised me that said behavior on company property left them vulnerable (to what I don't know, but I was following his advice)

One phone call to his wife to let her know that her hubby hadn't truly been working late in the manner she was assuming. I explained that he was pretending to be a Dr and doing vaginal exams at his place of work and on the business trips that my wife was required to accompany him on. She wasn't surprised...I could tell by her voice. But he did stay at a Holiday Inn that night.

mmaddog
*******

Silock
01-28-2009, 01:55 PM
My husband and I didn't sleep together, eat together, or talk to eachother. Maybe thats a gross exaggeration, but when I cheated, my husband and I hadn't been intimate in a long long time. So when I found someone that I wanted to do those things with, I jumped at the chance.

I was supposed to be at work. My husband caught me at my boyfriend's. He gave me a choice. My ass or the boyfriend's. (don't be dirty, perverts) It wasn't the boyfriend's fault, so I took the beating. He went way easier on me than he would have on my lover. Plus, I don't think my boyfriend had been in a fight his entire life. 6'5" 350 collegiate wrestler would have hurt his pretty face.

Two words:

Press. Charges.

You didn't, though, did you?

sedated
01-28-2009, 02:01 PM
those sensors tuned out years ago...i've prolly been hit on and didn't even know it..

its a shame too, if you would've noticed my advances we coulda had a lot of fun. big boy.

JuicesFlowing
01-28-2009, 02:15 PM
Never have.

Brock
01-28-2009, 02:16 PM
I was supposed to be at work. My husband caught me at my boyfriend's. He gave me a choice. My ass or the boyfriend's. (don't be dirty, perverts) It wasn't the boyfriend's fault, so I took the beating. He went way easier on me than he would have on my lover. Plus, I don't think my boyfriend had been in a fight his entire life. 6'5" 350 collegiate wrestler would have hurt his pretty face.

Not that I condone cheating, but there should have been a third choice, with the end result being the purchase of a size XXL pine box.

KcFanInGA
01-28-2009, 02:24 PM
I have cheated, and ended up telling her years later. Kind of wierd, we ended up swinging for about a month, then decided that wasnt for us and to work it out. We are closer now than ever! That's crazy! Swinging, by the way, can be fun, but it is just so frickin awkward. And at the least I have three REALLY good stories to tell :)

Nzoner
01-28-2009, 02:27 PM
Swinging, by the way, can be fun, but it is just so frickin awkward. And at the least I have three REALLY good stories to tell :)

I'm all eyes,type away

Katipan
01-28-2009, 03:12 PM
Not that I condone cheating, but there should have been a third choice, with the end result being the purchase of a size XXL pine box.

So my boyfriend and I could have been buried together? :)

Everything my ex had, loved, and knew, he lost. He's walking around as a self destructive ball of misplaced anger. Warrants in 2 states... An entire county in Iowa that hates him... His life is a walking death.

Otter
01-28-2009, 03:40 PM
Never been married but have been in numerous long term relationships and haven't cheated on any of them since college.

Despite not talking to her for years I really did like this girl I cheated on so many years ago and after I did what I did the relationship was never the same. After kissing many frogs (for lack of a better term at the moment) I finally realized how good we were together.

It's just not worth it in the long run if you like someone.

Plus most of my friends are the type of guys who wouldn't be afraid to shoot someone for the right reasons and I tend to apply that aspect to a situation before considering double crossing anyone as I get wiser.

KCrockaholic
01-28-2009, 03:57 PM
This is kind of a dangerous attitude, actually. There will come a day when the two of you look at eachother and go "WTF?". On that day it helps if you have already accepted that the other person isn't perfect.

I already know that we arent perfect, we have problems, we work them out, life goes on. But I am confident that we were meant to be together. To many things fell into place at the right time that led me to her.

BigVE
01-28-2009, 04:11 PM
I already know that we arent perfect, we have problems, we work them out, life goes on. But I am confident that we were meant to be together. To many things fell into place at the right time that led me to her.

Eh, people change.

BWillie
01-28-2009, 04:14 PM
A man is basically as faithful as his options. No more no less.

raybec 4
01-28-2009, 04:17 PM
I already know that we arent perfect, we have problems, we work them out, life goes on. But I am confident that we were meant to be together. To many things fell into place at the right time that led me to her.

By what mystical force were you meant to be together? You can either put up with someones shit or you can't. That's what it all boils down to, everything else fades.(unless one of you is filthy rich, that can last forever.)

Iowanian
01-28-2009, 04:18 PM
A man is basically as faithful as his options. No more no less.


Untrue.

Men of weak will maybe.

Mosbonian
01-28-2009, 04:30 PM
A man is basically as faithful as his options. No more no less.

yeah..there are 2 options..

1)Cheat

2)Don't Cheat

And most of us know that option 2 is the better choice no matter what.

mmaddog
*******

Mosbonian
01-28-2009, 04:31 PM
Untrue.

Men of weak will maybe.

What he said....

mmaddog
*******

BWillie
01-28-2009, 04:32 PM
Is it considered cheating if you are a Mormon, and you are married to 5 wives? You are being true to all of them.

JOhn
01-28-2009, 04:35 PM
A man is basically as faithful as his options. No more no less.

Bullshit!!!!!:shake:

I had many opportunities, in 13 years of marriage, yet it was the wife who did the cheating several times.

BWillie
01-28-2009, 04:39 PM
From my experience, I've noticed that women cheat more than men. Honestly. I can just speak from the relationships my friends are in. Seems like they ALWAYS get cheated on, and I'm talking about a the full way. I've seen some of my married or taken friends make out with some girl at the bar, but it would never go more than that for most of them.

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 04:39 PM
A man is basically as faithful as his options. No more no less.

Bull fucking shit.

I've been with my wife for 13 years. I've had "options" too numerous to list (as I'm sure has she) and I've never cheated. I get hit on all the fucking time.

No thanks.

And trust me, some of these "options" were pretty incredible (2 chicks at once, etc.). Several times during our marriage, we've had smokin' hot chicks at clubs approach US and ask to come home with us. If I was any kind of dickbag, I would have said yes.

Fuck that.

Not with my wife.

Rain Man
01-28-2009, 04:45 PM
I think the next question is what defines "cheating"? Is it sex? Is it making out? Is it a romantic kiss? Is it having an opposite sex friend that you have a crush on and try to spend a lot of time with, even if there's nothing physical? Some would argue that you're cheating if you're emotionally closer to another person than to your spouse.

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 04:47 PM
I think the next question is what defines "cheating"? Is it sex? Is it making out? Is it a romantic kiss? Is it having an opposite sex friend that you have a crush on and try to spend a lot of time with, even if there's nothing physical? Some would argue that you're cheating if you're emotionally closer to another person than to your spouse.

I'd say "All of the Above".

I wouldn't feel comfortable if I kissed another woman or had sex with another woman or had a "crush" on another woman I spent time with.

All that stuff is way too weird.

And I'd be crushed if my wife were to do the same.

Donger
01-28-2009, 04:48 PM
I think the next question is what defines "cheating"? Is it sex? Is it making out? Is it a romantic kiss? Is it having an opposite sex friend that you have a crush on and try to spend a lot of time with, even if there's nothing physical? Some would argue that you're cheating if you're emotionally closer to another person than to your spouse.

The answer is: however she defines it.

Sully
01-28-2009, 04:49 PM
Been married 2 years.
I'd never cheat. I won the lottery. No one in the word could do for me what my wife does. So she's stuck with me.

Katipan
01-28-2009, 04:51 PM
The answer is: however she defines it.

Exactly.

Would you do it in front of your S.O.? Or would you be ashamed to tell him/her?

My ex husband didn't care who I flirted with. Flirting wasn't cheating. My current boyfriend would probably have a problem with it. So I don't.... As much.

'Hamas' Jenkins
01-28-2009, 04:54 PM
Cheating: A crime of opportunity Everybody's vulnerable, but sharing desires can help keep couples faithful
By Brian Alexander
updated 12:01 p.m. CT, Tues., April. 17, 2007


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For those who worry about infidelity, there is good news to be found in the MSNBC.com/iVillage Lust, Love & Loyalty survey. Bed hopping is not as common as we think, and a big reason why more people aren’t wandering is that we love our boyfriends, girlfriends, spouses.


But no matter how loving and well-intentioned we are, some people do stray — 22 percent of survey takers in monogamous relationships say they've cheated on their current partner.


The survey backs up earlier research that shows, despite a persistent belief that many more people are cheating, the infidelity rate usually hovers around 25 percent over the course of a relationship, says Adrian Blow, a marriage and family therapist and assistant professor at Michigan State University.


The survey also shows there is no one type of cheater. Young or old, married or living together, kids or no kids, assorted relationships show similar rates of infidelity. In that sense, "everyone is vulnerable," Blow says.


Why even a strong marriage might be susceptible is partly illustrated by another of the survey’s results. People do not tend to cheat with strangers. By far, most paramours are found among the ranks of friends and co-workers.


"If someone has a great marriage, but some hot opportunity comes along, like a colleague you are attracted to, you can be vulnerable," Blow says.
Infidelity, to borrow cop talk, is often a crime of opportunity.


But why, after months or years or even a lifetime of faithfulness, does anybody take the opportunity? And is there anything we can do immunize our relationships against wandering?


The obvious answer to the first question is sex. Men and women both cited a strong physical attraction, and men especially cited a craving for more sex and sexual variation, as reasons for straying. And while most people — 70 percent — say cheating is never OK, of those who felt it could be justified, the top rationale picked was a partner losing interest in sex (18 percent).


But "sex" is complicated.


Research into why people seek sex outside their committed relationships has been going on for decades, but experts still don’t think they can say much of anything with certainty.

Battling biology?
University of Washington sociologist Pepper Schwartz, author of "Prime: Adventures and Advice About Sex and Love in the Sensuous Years," thinks the very idea of monogamy explains why some stray. Biologically speaking, she says, human beings aren’t built for it.


"I think what most of us say is, 'I want to make myself precious to someone. I do not want to lose him or her. I do not want to fight. I want to follow my religious teachings.' But these are cultural, religious or practical reasons for being

monogamous, not biological," she says.


When we fight biology, we often fail to live up to our own ideals. "It’s like how people say, 'I am always on a diet, so why I am still so fat?’" Schwartz says.
Our ideals can be pretty strict when it comes to fidelity. Majorities of both men and women consider sending a sexually flirtatious e-mail cheating. And 21 percent of women say even sexually fantasizing counts as cheating; only 12 percent of men agree with that.


This variation, these differing standards of what cheating is, is why Dr. Stephen Levine, co-director of the Center for Marital and Sexual Health in Beachwood, Ohio, and author of "Demystifying Love: Plain Talk for the Mental Health Professional," wishes we would drop words like "cheating" and "infidelity" altogether. He believes they are so pejorative, they prevent our society from addressing the issue in realistic terms. "The trouble is the public, and especially political discussion, that puts everything in black and white, right and wrong and alienates everybody, keeps everybody silent." So human motivation is rarely addressed because cheating is just "wrong," period.

Beyond sex
Whether we are biologically predisposed toward monogamy or not, many people never go outside their relationship for sex. Why not? Well, experts believe that sex is often a secondary consideration. How can that be when so many cited it in the survey?
Men and women both have emotional needs for intimacy, mental connection and esteem. For many, sex is the currency used to purchase these. Often, we want to know we could have sex with somebody outside our relationship more than we want the actual sex. We want to feel wanted and important. And somebody must really want us if they’re willing to sex up a married person.


If we already have those feelings of being wanted and needed and desired, we are less apt to seek them elsewhere even if we lust for sex. As Schwartz points out, if it really were just sexual release men were after they could always hire a prostitute or try a casual hookup, but most men don’t.


Of course, some men — and women, too — can be so ego driven or immature they need constant affirmation of their desirability, no matter what. But all people crave a sense of freedom to be themselves in their relationships, to be fully open to another person, to be accepted.


Levine believes that over the course of a life, people change, as do our circumstances. There is no other relationship — not with friends, business associates, or even our children — in which we are expected to live with one other person for years, perhaps for the rest of our lives, and not only be able to get along, but to remain intimate with only that person, no matter what life brings us. The entire enterprise is fraught with possible failure.


But our desires and the fact of change may themselves hold the keys for success. They can be opportunities for deeper intimacy.


A woman who never fantasized about the UPS guy may suddenly develop an interest in brown shirts and shorts, but be afraid to express this new tick for fear of raising questions in her lover’s mind. Being able to tell her lover opens a door onto a new way to play.


Blow believes such openness is vital. For example, he says, some couples may enjoy using porn together or separately, and the survey indicates that a minority believe using porn separately constitutes cheating. Where things get sticky is when porn use is kept secret, Blow says. "The harmful thing is secrecy."


He isn’t referring just to secrets about having sex with another person or using porn, but all kinds of secrets. We tend to accumulate secrets during a relationship. We hide our distaste for a partner’s clothes, their family, the way they behave at parties, the fact they’ve gained so much weight, or that we would really like to chuck our secure job and live on a boat. We are afraid of hurting a loved one, or just don’t want an argument. So things fester and space is driven between lovers.

Work with me, baby
"Take fantasies," Blow offers. "A guy worries 'Oh my wife might judge me, shame me, I have to keep this part of me inside. I must hide from her' instead of saying 'I am having this fantasy, work with me on it.'"


When we feel we have closed off part of ourselves, our need for intimacy can lead us to open it to another. A truly intimate relationship in which such sharing is accepted can move toward greater levels of intimacy, Blow says. "I think when you hide things, cannot talk about things, in relationships where lots of things are off the table, people become ripe for plucking."


Nothing is foolproof, of course, but being willing to defy the social, personal, or religious views we carry into a romantic relationship, by understanding how idealized — and therefore unrealistic — love and marriage have become in popular culture, it’s possible to let go of secrets "and create familiarity and intimacy and trust in an otherwise sex phobic society," Schwartz says.


We all have fantasy lives. But couples who create taboos around those fantasies, she says, leave "no room for your psyche, and you might get it elsewhere."
You're likely to stay monogamous, she continues, "if you have a very hot relationship, with lots of friendship, if you turn each other on, go away for weekends, watch erotic movies, call her at work and say 'If you come home for lunch, I’ll make it worth your while."

Brian Alexander, a California-based freelance writer, MSNBC.com Sexploration (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3035461/) columnist and Glamour contributing editor is working on a new book about sex for Harmony, an imprint of Crown Publishing.
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Rain Man
01-28-2009, 04:58 PM
I'd say "All of the Above".

I wouldn't feel comfortable if I kissed another woman or had sex with another woman or had a "crush" on another woman I spent time with.

All that stuff is way too weird.

And I'd be crushed if my wife were to do the same.


So which would be more crushing to you?


1. Your wife comes to you and says that she's got a crush on a coworker and admits that she's been spending too much time with him and sharing more with him than with you and making excuses to have business dinners together while you were at home, and now she feels bad and is cutting ties with the guy. She never physically touched the guy, though.

2. Your wife comes to you and says that when she was out of town on business she started chatting with the guy on the next seat and one thing led to another and she can't believe it but they ended up in the bathroom joining the Mile High Club. She doesn't even know the guy's name and has no other information about him.


By the way, I'm not accusing your wife of these things.

Rain Man
01-28-2009, 05:02 PM
The survey backs up earlier research that shows, despite a persistent belief that many more people are cheating, the infidelity rate usually hovers around 25 percent over the course of a relationship, says Adrian Blow, a marriage and family therapist and assistant professor at Michigan State University.


That guy was destined to study marital infidelity.

BWillie
01-28-2009, 05:04 PM
My husband and I didn't sleep together, eat together, or talk to eachother. Maybe thats a gross exaggeration, but when I cheated, my husband and I hadn't been intimate in a long long time. So when I found someone that I wanted to do those things with, I jumped at the chance.

I was supposed to be at work. My husband caught me at my boyfriend's. He gave me a choice. My ass or the boyfriend's. (don't be dirty, perverts) It wasn't the boyfriend's fault, so I took the beating. He went way easier on me than he would have on my lover. Plus, I don't think my boyfriend had been in a fight his entire life. 6'5" 350 collegiate wrestler would have hurt his pretty face.

Why didn't you sleep together if you don't mind me asking? Your choice or his choice? If it was your choice, I can see how he could be upset, but beating you up for it is ridiculous. Even dumber is the guys who beat up the guy who their wife cheats on. How on earth is it the guys fault? Unless I knew the guy personally, I'd high five him telling him way to go for banging my cheating wife. Lets go have a beer. I've never understood guys who are like that, how is it the guys fault that he did your girlfriend?

Mosbonian
01-28-2009, 05:06 PM
The answer is: however she defines it.

We have the winner!

mmaddog
*******

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 05:08 PM
So which would be more crushing to you?


1. Your wife comes to you and says that she's got a crush on a coworker and admits that she's been spending too much time with him and sharing more with him than with you and making excuses to have business dinners together while you were at home, and now she feels bad and is cutting ties with the guy. She never physically touched the guy, though.

2. Your wife comes to you and says that when she was out of town on business she started chatting with the guy on the next seat and one thing led to another and she can't believe it but they ended up in the bathroom joining the Mile High Club. She doesn't even know the guy's name and has no other information about him.


By the way, I'm not accusing your wife of these things.

Honestly, I don't know. Hopefully, I'll never find out.

Without actually living it, I'd say I'd feel equally crushed. Either instance is just too intimate for a married person IMO.

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 05:10 PM
Why didn't you sleep together if you don't mind me asking? Your choice or his choice? If it was your choice, I can see how he could be upset, but beating you up for it is ridiculous. Even dumber is the guys who beat up the guy who their wife cheats on. How on earth is it the guys fault? Unless I knew the guy personally, I'd high five him telling him way to go for banging my cheating wife. Lets go have a beer. I've never understood guys who are like that, how is it the guys fault that he did your girlfriend?

JFC.

I feel that it would show SUPREME lack of character if one of my single friends were banging a married woman. I wouldn't high five him. I'd tell him to get his shit together and if he didn't, I'd never hang out with him again.

If you can't trust your friend to honor a marriage, how in the hell could you trust him with simple friendship?

Fuck that guy.

'Hamas' Jenkins
01-28-2009, 05:12 PM
Two words:

Press. Charges.

You didn't, though, did you?

At the very least, the "boyfriend" should have been man enough to take the beating for fucking another guy's wife and not let her do it.

At the same time, the husband should have said, "Well, I overrule your choice anyway" and beaten the fuck out of the boyfriend.

Fritz88
01-28-2009, 05:18 PM
My ass or the boyfriend's. (don't be dirty, perverts) It

Weird guy.

Fritz88
01-28-2009, 05:19 PM
Nope....never have. I was cheated on by a girlfriend before....and I realize how much it sucked. FWIW....she went on to get married......and then divorced after her husband cheated on her.

Karma's bitch

Rain Man
01-28-2009, 05:22 PM
Honestly, I don't know. Hopefully, I'll never find out.

Without actually living it, I'd say I'd feel equally crushed. Either instance is just too intimate for a married person IMO.

Yeah, me too on your first paragraph.

Interestingly, though, I think I'd find the first scenario more crushing, because I think it carries more depth and implications relative to the relationship. Presuming that no diseases are involved in the second scenario, in my opinion it doesn't carry nearly the implications of the first. Not that I'd like either one, of course.

In thinking about it, it might be projecting my own values. I haven't cheated on my wife and won't, but in all honesty, I could envision me boinking some bimbo and having it be completely unrelated to anything in my marriage, just the adult equivalent of riding Mr. Toad's Wild Ride at Disneyland. Therefore, it'd be easier for me to understand and forgive if I was on the other end.

I think my natural inclination is that sex doesn't have to be irrevocably coupled to marriage. However, society disagrees and I suspect that my wife might disagree, so I remain faithful other than having impure thoughts.

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 05:34 PM
Yeah, me too on your first paragraph.

Interestingly, though, I think I'd find the first scenario more crushing, because I think it carries more depth and implications relative to the relationship. Presuming that no diseases are involved in the second scenario, in my opinion it doesn't carry nearly the implications of the first. Not that I'd like either one, of course.

In thinking about it, it might be projecting my own values. I haven't cheated on my wife and won't, but in all honesty, I could envision me boinking some bimbo and having it be completely unrelated to anything in my marriage, just the adult equivalent of riding Mr. Toad's Wild Ride at Disneyland. Therefore, it'd be easier for me to understand and forgive if I was on the other end.

I think my natural inclination is that sex doesn't have to be irrevocably coupled to marriage. However, society disagrees and I suspect that my wife might disagree, so I remain faithful other than having impure thoughts.

If I didn't have a conscience, I could have sex with another woman (or many) and I wouldn't think twice about it. I think that's pretty much how guys are for the most part. I never got emotionally attached to any one night stand and those were plentiful when I was single. But knowing that it's not the honorable thing to do AND I'd lose my wife, I'd never do it.

Women tend to be much more emotional in general and usually towards sex. I've met very few women who could just go out and bang away without thinking twice about it. The ones that did were usually pretty messed up strippers and what not. Certainly no one who'd want to have a real relationship of any kind.

Either way, I'd be pretty bummed out if my wife boned some other dude and I'd be pretty bummed out if she spent what free time we have available to us with some new guy she has a crush on.

In both cases, I'd say the marriage would be over. Dane McCloud does not put up with that kind of nonsense.

Life is far too short.

BWillie
01-28-2009, 07:35 PM
JFC.

I feel that it would show SUPREME lack of character if one of my single friends were banging a married woman. I wouldn't high five him. I'd tell him to get his shit together and if he didn't, I'd never hang out with him again.

If you can't trust your friend to honor a marriage, how in the hell could you trust him with simple friendship?

**** that guy.

While I'm not one to mate with married women, it's happened a couple times. One time I didn't even know it, and the other time it well, just happened. Probably the worst experience I've ever had where I felt really bad was not when the gal was married. I picked up this girl in college at the b ar and we went back to her place. She was giving me some good DSL and then she gets a phone call and says to be quiet and she has to answer it. It was her boyfriend who lived in California. They talked for like 3 minutes real quick, then she said I love you to him and then was going to start pleasuring me again. WTF is wrong with women? I hightailed it out of there.

Either way, if you are a guy and your woman cheats on the guy. Unless you are friends with the dude, you have NO REASON to be upset with him. If it was a friend, HUGE difference. Guys that want to fight the dude for banging their wife or gf have no reason to be upset, they have reason to be poed at their chick for being promiscuous. Only time I know definitively I got cheated on was when I was a senior in high school, and me and the guy didn't even know each other. When I found out, I wasn't pissed off at him, we actually became friends and would mock her any chance we got.

Over-Head
01-28-2009, 07:37 PM
First wife yes
Current wife no, no reason to :thumb:

keg in kc
01-28-2009, 07:52 PM
No one in the word could do for me what my wife does.Don't sell yourself short. There's some desperate women out there with really low standards. Get one drunk, turn out the lights, throw a couple of bags over your head, maybe tie a steak around your neck.

OnTheWarpath58
01-28-2009, 07:54 PM
Don't sell yourself short. There's some desperate women out there with really low standards. Get one drunk, turn out the lights, throw a couple of bags over your head, maybe tie a steak around your neck.

LMAO

listopencil
01-28-2009, 07:58 PM
ROFL

the key for a guy who is in a loving relationship is not to put one's self in those types of situations.




QFT

chiefsfan4life1978
01-28-2009, 09:49 PM
I think it's funny to see all of the postings that say "neither one of us have ever cheated." How the hell do you know if the other one has ever cheated? I know, I know, there's all the ones who will say "oh my wife would never!" Trust me from experience, never say never!

KCtotheSB
01-28-2009, 10:44 PM
Negative.
Although I'm quite sure either of my divorced parents would have quite a field day in this topic....(he said, she said..blah blah blah...)

patteeu
01-28-2009, 10:59 PM
I've only cheated on my wife with ChiefsPlanet.

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 11:00 PM
I think it's funny to see all of the postings that say "neither one of us have ever cheated." How the hell do you know if the other one has ever cheated? I know, I know, there's all the ones who will say "oh my wife would never!" Trust me from experience, never say never!

I'm sorry to hear about your experience.

That won't be mine.

QuikSsurfer
01-28-2009, 11:02 PM
My husband and I didn't sleep together, eat together, or talk to eachother. Maybe thats a gross exaggeration, but when I cheated, my husband and I hadn't been intimate in a long long time. So when I found someone that I wanted to do those things with, I jumped at the chance.

:spock:
And you don't consider that cheating?

Whether you maintained interest or not, you're married...

I've no plans to ever marry for situations like yours; you/I lose interest.

DaneMcCloud
01-28-2009, 11:03 PM
I've only cheated on my wife with ChiefsPlanet.

Bastard! :cuss:

Mr. Plow
01-29-2009, 10:16 AM
So which would be more crushing to you?


1. Your wife comes to you and says that she's got a crush on a coworker and admits that she's been spending too much time with him and sharing more with him than with you and making excuses to have business dinners together while you were at home, and now she feels bad and is cutting ties with the guy. She never physically touched the guy, though.

2. Your wife comes to you and says that when she was out of town on business she started chatting with the guy on the next seat and one thing led to another and she can't believe it but they ended up in the bathroom joining the Mile High Club. She doesn't even know the guy's name and has no other information about him.


By the way, I'm not accusing your wife of these things.

In your scenario, #1 would be worse for me. Having a one time fling verse having an emotional attachment is completely different. I don't condone either though.


As for my wife, no I haven't cheated on her. She drunkingly kissed a guy one time. We've been through a lot in our time together. Our biggest mistake that we made was getting married young. Not because we didn't love each other, but because we thought we knew everything and that marriage would be simple for us because we felt "we were meant to be together".

Which, in reality, is probably true. Being young & married with a new baby is tough. It took it's toll on us and we had problems for quite awhile. We discovered that most of our problems revolved around drinking, so we changed a few things in our relationship, worked through the problems, and we are happier now than we ever have been. Our 9 year anniversary is in a couple weeks.

Do I think she would do anything like that again? No. But, being as that it happened before, I can't say that 100%.

Rausch
01-29-2009, 10:20 AM
I can't say if the Mrs. cheated on me but I do know I've never cheated on her.

I drink, I flirt, I see what's taking the bait to satisfy my own ego, but I don't go out on her.

stevieray
01-29-2009, 10:26 AM
seriously, would you screw around on this?

Katipan
01-29-2009, 10:32 AM
:spock:
And you don't consider that cheating?

Whether you maintained interest or not, you're married...

I've no plans to ever marry for situations like yours; you/I lose interest.

My husband didn't want me anymore. He just didn't want anyone else to have me either. And really it's not that he didn't want me. He just wanted drugs more.

I totally endorse the idea of marriage, love, happiness, monogamy. I'll just never be United Statesilly legally tied to anyone ever again.

When I get re-married it'll be by some guy in a loin cloth carrying a spear and a shrunken head.

Katipan
01-29-2009, 10:32 AM
seriously, would you screw around on this?


good lord. only if she didn't put out.

Jilly
01-29-2009, 10:34 AM
seriously, would you screw around on this?

Yes....but I'm just basing that on the hair alone. I like the softer, straighter variety. It's no offense....some say tomato, I say tomato (that doesn't translate well)

Bowser
01-29-2009, 10:35 AM
good lord. only if she didn't put out.

Seconded.

Rausch
01-29-2009, 10:37 AM
seriously, would you screw around on this?

Based on that pic, I'd pass.

Of course I've met her so i'd....I'd....this makes for odd conversation...

Over-Head
01-29-2009, 08:23 PM
Based on that pic, I'd pass.

Of course I've met her so i'd....I'd....this makes for odd conversation...
But inquiring minds want to know :evil:

eazyb81
01-29-2009, 08:39 PM
I wonder if it's considered cheating if you are in a swingers club?

The concept of the swingers club has always fascinated me. On one hand, it would be cool to bang a different girl without having to hide it from your significant other.

On the other hand, you'd have to live with the fact that some guy/girl had their way with your sig-o, and for all you know, your spouse may have liked it more than when she's with you.

You'd have to be in a very strong relationship to withstand that test.

Ari Chi3fs
01-29-2009, 08:44 PM
No. I'm fat. However, I'm looking forward to losing more weight and perusing the Craigslist whoreads!!! ROFL

Rain Man
01-30-2009, 09:55 AM
When I get re-married it'll be by some guy in a loin cloth carrying a spear and a shrunken head.


I'll do it.

Saccopoo
01-30-2009, 10:55 AM
It goes down like this: Guys are stupid. They think that once "they" are with someone that that someone will be forever grateful for allowing them to be graced by their very presence and that their penis has no peer in the world. All guys think that they are the best in the sack, regardless of their actual level of sexual prowess. "My wife would never, nor have they ever, cheated on me.", which is a great buffer for women to employ in order to skirt around marital fidelity. Men have this egocentric concept that once they perceive themselves to be the Lion King, that their chosen mate(s) will not stray. However, women have an innate, subconscious need to be desired, made to feel like they are wanted, and it is not a monogamous feeling by any stretch of the imagination.

Call it the Buffalo Theory, going back to basic natural law and ingrained biological makeup. Human beings are not monogamous creatures like swans, some fish and the like. The males think that there is this conceptualization of monogamy, but again, all A-type pride/herd/pack mammals/animals seem to embrace this concept. However, unlike in the proverbial wild kingdom, where the alpha male gets to kill or physically chase off any would be new suitor, it's a bit harder to maintain your alpha male status in modern human society. It's significantly easier for the female(s) to stray from the packs dominant male and go out and choose to receive the emotional and physical adorations that are desired by all people. Defend your sexual dominion, and in the modern societal structure, you are now open to jail time for assault, civil suits, divorce and all the happiness surrounding that, etc.

All I'm saying is that gals have a fantastic opportunity for participating in sexual indiscretions. Guys never think that their mate would ever cheat on them, and gals say they would never cheat on them because they know that the guy is a total doofus that is genetically predisposed to believe that they would never cheat on them because of their establishment of their "alpha male" status in that particular relationship. Martial infidelity to a woman is sexy, exciting, passionate, and something she would ever admit to without undue pressure to her spouse. It's a way to "live" outside the normal boundaries setup as wife, mother, homemaker, etc., and do so without having to break the strings tied to that normal, set life...until her spouse/partner/mate finds out.

All I can say to guys who say that their wife has never cheated on them is that I'd be a little more introspective if you really are worried about it. Most wives who cheat don't actually want to leave their husbands. Most actually sincerely love their husbands and their families. They just get bored and want to be adored.

MIAdragon
01-30-2009, 11:22 AM
It goes down like this: Guys are stupid. They think that once "they" are with someone that that someone will be forever grateful for allowing them to be graced by their very presence and that their penis has no peer in the world. All guys think that they are the best in the sack, regardless of their actual level of sexual prowess. "My wife would never, nor have they ever, cheated on me.", which is a great buffer for women to employ in order to skirt around marital fidelity. Men have this egocentric concept that once they perceive themselves to be the Lion King, that their chosen mate(s) will not stray. However, women have an innate, subconscious need to be desired, made to feel like they are wanted, and it is not a monogamous feeling by any stretch of the imagination.

Call it the Buffalo Theory, going back to basic natural law and ingrained biological makeup. Human beings are not monogamous creatures like swans, some fish and the like. The males think that there is this conceptualization of monogamy, but again, all A-type pride/herd/pack mammals/animals seem to embrace this concept. However, unlike in the proverbial wild kingdom, where the alpha male gets to kill or physically chase off any would be new suitor, it's a bit harder to maintain your alpha male status in modern human society. It's significantly easier for the female(s) to stray from the packs dominant male and go out and choose to receive the emotional and physical adorations that are desired by all people. Defend your sexual dominion, and in the modern societal structure, you are now open to jail time for assault, civil suits, divorce and all the happiness surrounding that, etc.

All I'm saying is that gals have a fantastic opportunity for participating in sexual indiscretions. Guys never think that their mate would ever cheat on them, and gals say they would never cheat on them because they know that the guy is a total doofus that is genetically predisposed to believe that they would never cheat on them because of their establishment of their "alpha male" status in that particular relationship. Martial infidelity to a woman is sexy, exciting, passionate, and something she would ever admit to without undue pressure to her spouse. It's a way to "live" outside the normal boundaries setup as wife, mother, homemaker, etc., and do so without having to break the strings tied to that normal, set life...until her spouse/partner/mate finds out.

All I can say to guys who say that their wife has never cheated on them is that I'd be a little more introspective if you really are worried about it. Most wives who cheat don't actually want to leave their husbands. Most actually sincerely love their husbands and their families. They just get bored and want to be adored.

Pfft THIS is the The Buffalo Theory.


"The Buffalo Theory


In one episode of 'Cheers', Cliff is seated at the bar describing the Buffalo Theory to Norm.

"Well you see, Norm, it's like this... A herd of buffalo can only move as fast as the slowest buffalo. And when the herd is hunted, it's the slowest and weakest ones at the back that are killed first. This natural selection is good for the herd as a whole, because the general speed and health of the whole group keeps improving by the regular killing of the weakest members.

In much the same way, the human brain can only operate as fast as the slowest brain cells. Now, as we know, excessive intake of alcohol kills brain cells. But naturally, it attacks the slowest and weakest brain cells first. In this way, regular consumption of beer eliminates the weaker brain cells, making the brain a faster and more efficient machine.

And that, Norm, is why you always feel smarter after a few beers...."

Mr. Plow
01-30-2009, 12:17 PM
It goes down like this: Guys are stupid. They think that once "they" are with someone that that someone will be forever grateful for allowing them to be graced by their very presence and that their penis has no peer in the world. All guys think that they are the best in the sack, regardless of their actual level of sexual prowess. "My wife would never, nor have they ever, cheated on me.", which is a great buffer for women to employ in order to skirt around marital fidelity. Men have this egocentric concept that once they perceive themselves to be the Lion King, that their chosen mate(s) will not stray. However, women have an innate, subconscious need to be desired, made to feel like they are wanted, and it is not a monogamous feeling by any stretch of the imagination.

Call it the Buffalo Theory, going back to basic natural law and ingrained biological makeup. Human beings are not monogamous creatures like swans, some fish and the like. The males think that there is this conceptualization of monogamy, but again, all A-type pride/herd/pack mammals/animals seem to embrace this concept. However, unlike in the proverbial wild kingdom, where the alpha male gets to kill or physically chase off any would be new suitor, it's a bit harder to maintain your alpha male status in modern human society. It's significantly easier for the female(s) to stray from the packs dominant male and go out and choose to receive the emotional and physical adorations that are desired by all people. Defend your sexual dominion, and in the modern societal structure, you are now open to jail time for assault, civil suits, divorce and all the happiness surrounding that, etc.

All I'm saying is that gals have a fantastic opportunity for participating in sexual indiscretions. Guys never think that their mate would ever cheat on them, and gals say they would never cheat on them because they know that the guy is a total doofus that is genetically predisposed to believe that they would never cheat on them because of their establishment of their "alpha male" status in that particular relationship. Martial infidelity to a woman is sexy, exciting, passionate, and something she would ever admit to without undue pressure to her spouse. It's a way to "live" outside the normal boundaries setup as wife, mother, homemaker, etc., and do so without having to break the strings tied to that normal, set life...until her spouse/partner/mate finds out.

All I can say to guys who say that their wife has never cheated on them is that I'd be a little more introspective if you really are worried about it. Most wives who cheat don't actually want to leave their husbands. Most actually sincerely love their husbands and their families. They just get bored and want to be adored.



My wife just told me that you are lying.

RedDread
01-30-2009, 12:32 PM
My wife just told me that you are lying.

That right there tells me he's on to something. :D

StcChief
01-30-2009, 12:38 PM
yes she did... another reason its over.

Count Alex's Wins
01-30-2009, 12:44 PM
No. I'm fat. However, I'm looking forward to losing more weight and perusing the Craigslist whoreads!!! ROFL

I'll split one with ya...

Mr. Kotter
01-30-2009, 12:48 PM
Never. Neither has she (that I know of, anyway.)

eazyb81
01-31-2009, 10:53 AM
It goes down like this: Guys are stupid. They think that once "they" are with someone that that someone will be forever grateful for allowing them to be graced by their very presence and that their penis has no peer in the world. All guys think that they are the best in the sack, regardless of their actual level of sexual prowess. "My wife would never, nor have they ever, cheated on me.", which is a great buffer for women to employ in order to skirt around marital fidelity. Men have this egocentric concept that once they perceive themselves to be the Lion King, that their chosen mate(s) will not stray. However, women have an innate, subconscious need to be desired, made to feel like they are wanted, and it is not a monogamous feeling by any stretch of the imagination.

Call it the Buffalo Theory, going back to basic natural law and ingrained biological makeup. Human beings are not monogamous creatures like swans, some fish and the like. The males think that there is this conceptualization of monogamy, but again, all A-type pride/herd/pack mammals/animals seem to embrace this concept. However, unlike in the proverbial wild kingdom, where the alpha male gets to kill or physically chase off any would be new suitor, it's a bit harder to maintain your alpha male status in modern human society. It's significantly easier for the female(s) to stray from the packs dominant male and go out and choose to receive the emotional and physical adorations that are desired by all people. Defend your sexual dominion, and in the modern societal structure, you are now open to jail time for assault, civil suits, divorce and all the happiness surrounding that, etc.

All I'm saying is that gals have a fantastic opportunity for participating in sexual indiscretions. Guys never think that their mate would ever cheat on them, and gals say they would never cheat on them because they know that the guy is a total doofus that is genetically predisposed to believe that they would never cheat on them because of their establishment of their "alpha male" status in that particular relationship. Martial infidelity to a woman is sexy, exciting, passionate, and something she would ever admit to without undue pressure to her spouse. It's a way to "live" outside the normal boundaries setup as wife, mother, homemaker, etc., and do so without having to break the strings tied to that normal, set life...until her spouse/partner/mate finds out.

All I can say to guys who say that their wife has never cheated on them is that I'd be a little more introspective if you really are worried about it. Most wives who cheat don't actually want to leave their husbands. Most actually sincerely love their husbands and their families. They just get bored and want to be adored.

Jeez, that's a depressing post.

'Hamas' Jenkins
01-31-2009, 10:56 AM
Jeez, that's a depressing post.

Truth hurts.

MikeMaslowski
01-31-2009, 11:34 AM
Ok... well, more than people need to know about me... but, i like vodka.

Me and Mrs. Maslowski split up about 2 1/2 years ago. When we were apart I slept with a few young ladies. After about a year of being apart we decided to get back together. About a week into our renewed relationship she asked me about my adventures and I was honest with her. I didn't even think to ask her... for about a week and it got me thinkin... so I asked. She told me about a guy, and I fucking vomitted for three days strait, couldn't sleep and realized that Ambien turns into a hallucinogen after no sleep for 28 hours and 3 packs of cigs....

I got better, for some reason I was so naive to believe that people don't enjoy pre-marital sex from time to time....


well...this is a sad thread... so

cheer up!

eazyb81
01-31-2009, 11:51 AM
Truth hurts.

I wouldn't call that the "truth"; it's an interesting theory from someone that apparently has given it a lot of thought.

Silock
01-31-2009, 11:53 AM
JFC.

I feel that it would show SUPREME lack of character if one of my single friends were banging a married woman. I wouldn't high five him. I'd tell him to get his shit together and if he didn't, I'd never hang out with him again.

If you can't trust your friend to honor a marriage, how in the hell could you trust him with simple friendship?

Fuck that guy.

Friendships are a helluva lot less complicated than marriages, so I'm not sure those two things equate.

Deberg_1990
01-31-2009, 11:54 AM
seriously, would you screw around on this?

Yes :)

damaticous
01-31-2009, 12:39 PM
This is kind of a dangerous attitude, actually. There will come a day when the two of you look at eachother and go "WTF?". On that day it helps if you have already accepted that the other person isn't perfect.

A lesson I learned from TV. Yes I was a latch-key-kid. Not sure what show it was, but I think Scrubs. lol

Something like....

Like someone because of the similarities, love someone because of the differences.

Been cheated on, but never cheated. (except for the 8th grade g/f 18 years ago). Been divorced. Been with current g/f for 4.5 years.

I like her because we have a lot of similar likes. But I fell in love with her because she is sooooo much different than me. I've learned so much from her (not sexually) that it's not even funny. patience, kindness, unadulterated and unconditional love. She hasn't cheated on me. Haven't been in a relationship like this one before. Don't believe we'll get married (any time soon anyway), but I believe we are partners in live and will most likely live the rest of our lives together.

Saccopoo
01-31-2009, 04:28 PM
And further more, with over seven billion people on the planet, does one truly think that the guy or gal that they just met in the office/gym/bagel shop/bar/car wash/12th grade history class, et al, is really, truly going to be their soul mate? Not a chance in hell. People think that they "fall in love" when in fact, it's simply a chemical reaction in the brain that wears off anywhere from about six months to a year and a half - just the appropriate amount of time for procreation to take place where the female would need protection by the male in her more "delicate" state. However, again, because of the "alpha male" genetic code imbedded in human males, they have this false conceptualization that they woman is his by right of natural law/selection.

However, the female, once finished with the cycle of elevated endomorphins that are associated with that "love" feeling, are no longer as attracted to that specific male and are genetically inclined to be on the "lookout" for the next, stronger alpha male. (And in todays culture, it is not only the physically stronger male that attracts the female, but also the socially dominant male - whether that be through money, fame, power, etc.) The human female is simply genetically engineered to always want an upgrade.

This is why it's so damn easy to sleep with married women, and why married women sleep around so much, and why most married men think that there is no way in hell that their wife would ever cheat on them. Most men simply fall into that pattern of relationship laziness because of their self-perceived "dominance" over their mate. And this is where the female begins to want more/desire more/need more. They are not satisfied with the status quo, and need attention, surprises, sexiness, etc. More often than not, in order to try and establish dominance, a new male will go to great lengths in order to impress a female, whereas the current/old male is simply satisfied by his mere existence of current "dominance" and falls into the age old trap of becoming a fat, lazy, non-caring bore.

Look at yourself...would your wife, girlfriend, whathaveyou actually prefer what you now are to what you were then when you were first dating? Do you make the effort any more? Do you try to impress? If the answer is no, then you should be concerned, because there is always going to be someone out there who is more than willing to make that effort in order to slip your chick the sausage.

'Hamas' Jenkins
01-31-2009, 06:26 PM
I wouldn't call that the "truth"; it's an interesting theory from someone that apparently has given it a lot of thought.

It's just...evolution.

http://www.wrestlingvalley.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/14.jpg

Thig Lyfe
01-31-2009, 06:41 PM
Yeah, on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. I eventually left my wife for her. And now I'm bigger than ever!!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHA

Rain Man
01-31-2009, 07:00 PM
Look at yourself...would your wife, girlfriend, whathaveyou actually prefer what you now are to what you were then when you were first dating? Do you make the effort any more? Do you try to impress? If the answer is no, then you should be concerned, because there is always going to be someone out there who is more than willing to make that effort in order to slip your chick the sausage.

I have much more money now.

Your theory is blown.

stevieray
01-31-2009, 07:53 PM
And further more, with over seven billion people on the planet, does one truly think that the guy or gal that they just met in the office/gym/bagel shop/bar/car wash/12th grade history class, et al, is really, truly going to be their soul mate? Not a chance in hell. People think that they "fall in love" when in fact, it's simply a chemical reaction in the brain that wears off anywhere from about six months to a year and a half - just the appropriate amount of time for procreation to take place where the female would need protection by the male in her more "delicate" state. However, again, because of the "alpha male" genetic code imbedded in human males, they have this false conceptualization that they woman is his by right of natural law/selection.

However, the female, once finished with the cycle of elevated endomorphins that are associated with that "love" feeling, are no longer as attracted to that specific male and are genetically inclined to be on the "lookout" for the next, stronger alpha male. (And in todays culture, it is not only the physically stronger male that attracts the female, but also the socially dominant male - whether that be through money, fame, power, etc.) The human female is simply genetically engineered to always want an upgrade.

This is why it's so damn easy to sleep with married women, and why married women sleep around so much, and why most married men think that there is no way in hell that their wife would ever cheat on them. Most men simply fall into that pattern of relationship laziness because of their self-perceived "dominance" over their mate. And this is where the female begins to want more/desire more/need more. They are not satisfied with the status quo, and need attention, surprises, sexiness, etc. More often than not, in order to try and establish dominance, a new male will go to great lengths in order to impress a female, whereas the current/old male is simply satisfied by his mere existence of current "dominance" and falls into the age old trap of becoming a fat, lazy, non-caring bore.

Look at yourself...would your wife, girlfriend, whathaveyou actually prefer what you now are to what you were then when you were first dating? Do you make the effort any more? Do you try to impress? If the answer is no, then you should be concerned, because there is always going to be someone out there who is more than willing to make that effort in order to slip your chick the sausage.

this is funny.

It's pretty simple.

LOVE your wife..

Predarat
01-31-2009, 10:07 PM
And further more, with over seven billion people on the planet, does one truly think that the guy or gal that they just met in the office/gym/bagel shop/bar/car wash/12th grade history class, et al, is really, truly going to be their soul mate? Not a chance in hell. People think that they "fall in love" when in fact, it's simply a chemical reaction in the brain that wears off anywhere from about six months to a year and a half - just the appropriate amount of time for procreation to take place where the female would need protection by the male in her more "delicate" state. However, again, because of the "alpha male" genetic code imbedded in human males, they have this false conceptualization that they woman is his by right of natural law/selection.

However, the female, once finished with the cycle of elevated endomorphins that are associated with that "love" feeling, are no longer as attracted to that specific male and are genetically inclined to be on the "lookout" for the next, stronger alpha male. (And in todays culture, it is not only the physically stronger male that attracts the female, but also the socially dominant male - whether that be through money, fame, power, etc.) The human female is simply genetically engineered to always want an upgrade.

This is why it's so damn easy to sleep with married women, and why married women sleep around so much, and why most married men think that there is no way in hell that their wife would ever cheat on them. Most men simply fall into that pattern of relationship laziness because of their self-perceived "dominance" over their mate. And this is where the female begins to want more/desire more/need more. They are not satisfied with the status quo, and need attention, surprises, sexiness, etc. More often than not, in order to try and establish dominance, a new male will go to great lengths in order to impress a female, whereas the current/old male is simply satisfied by his mere existence of current "dominance" and falls into the age old trap of becoming a fat, lazy, non-caring bore.

Look at yourself...would your wife, girlfriend, whathaveyou actually prefer what you now are to what you were then when you were first dating? Do you make the effort any more? Do you try to impress? If the answer is no, then you should be concerned, because there is always going to be someone out there who is more than willing to make that effort in order to slip your chick the sausage.

Ive been saying that since I was about 20 but I didnt use as many words. "Women are shit" does the job for me.

Gracie Dean
01-31-2009, 10:38 PM
Nope. Never.

We have been together for 10 years and married for 6. I'm married well and would never want to mess up what I have. Its not worth it.

very classy:clap:

your wife is a lucky lady

ChiTown
01-31-2009, 10:49 PM
Only with the my hairdresser..........

Jenson71
01-31-2009, 11:01 PM
My husband didn't want me anymore. He just didn't want anyone else to have me either. And really it's not that he didn't want me. He just wanted drugs more.

I totally endorse the idea of marriage, love, happiness, monogamy. I'll just never be United Statesilly legally tied to anyone ever again.

When I get re-married it'll be by some guy in a loin cloth carrying a spear and a shrunken head.

I know a few people in Waterloo like that. On the East side.

Cave Johnson
02-04-2009, 03:10 PM
Rep (and condolences) to the first person who finds their wife on here.

http://www.ashleymadison.com/

Katipan
02-04-2009, 03:21 PM
I know a few people in Waterloo like that. On the East side.

I think I live on the west side. I work down town. Is the east side up where Mullan and Logan turn into Ghetto?

I'm so there.

Jenson71
02-04-2009, 03:56 PM
I think I live on the west side. I work down town. Is the east side up where Mullan and Logan turn into Ghetto?

I'm so there.

Yeah, that'd be east side. East and west are defined by the Cedar River. Cross the bridge, and you are in one or the other. What's weird is it's actually more like dividing the city north and south (the 'east' side actually being the north side), but for some reason, that's not what they say.

Shop at Hy-Vee on Logan, buy a wheelchair from the pharmacy, and support the Jenson household. Thanks in advance!

MOhillbilly
02-04-2009, 04:03 PM
i have been cheated(not for years) on but never cheated. Fear keeps em in line.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:15 PM
Yeah, that'd be east side. East and west are defined by the Cedar River. Cross the bridge, and you are in one or the other. What's weird is it's actually more like dividing the city north and south (the 'east' side actually being the north side), but for some reason, that's not what they say.

Shop at Hy-Vee on Logan, buy a wheelchair from the pharmacy, and support the Jenson household. Thanks in advance!

I live by Covenant hospital, lots of old people I can push down and break. I'm on it.

Jenson71
02-04-2009, 04:28 PM
I live by Covenant hospital, lots of old people I can push down and break. I'm on it.

You know Columbus High School then? That's my school. Do you like Waterloo so far?

Katipan
02-04-2009, 04:31 PM
You know Columbus High School then? That's my school. Do you like Waterloo so far?

I love it. But I'm pretty happy wherever I am. I like the new experience. I absolutely love my job. I love how it's midwest enough that people are nice but big enough that they mind their own business.

Jenson71
02-04-2009, 04:43 PM
Yeah, there are a lot of good things and people in Waterloo. Plus Cedar Falls has a lot to offer culturally. For instance, the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center and things from UNI (that's where I go to school, except for this semester I'm in NJ). My girlfriend and some friends go to the Jokers Comedy Club sometimes. It's in downtown CF and they usually have some good entertainment. My girlfriend, I think, wants to live here forever, even teach at Columbus. I used to hate that idea, but I don't think I'd mind it anymore.

mlyonsd
02-04-2009, 05:25 PM
My wife thinks Lorena Bobbitt should have her face put on the dollar bill and I believe she means it. So, no, I haven't cheated.

Katipan
02-04-2009, 05:29 PM
Yeah, there are a lot of good things and people in Waterloo. Plus Cedar Falls has a lot to offer culturally. For instance, the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center and things from UNI (that's where I go to school, except for this semester I'm in NJ). My girlfriend and some friends go to the Jokers Comedy Club sometimes. It's in downtown CF and they usually have some good entertainment. My girlfriend, I think, wants to live here forever, even teach at Columbus. I used to hate that idea, but I don't think I'd mind it anymore.

I'm excited to explore. I've been to some UNI basketball games thanks to my job, and that was awesome. I'd never been in a college arena before. My boss always gets little invites for things happening at Gallagher. Looks really neat. My boyfriend and I have a really good friend in CF so I've explored the hill but thats about it. :( I don't know if I could stay here forever. I'm not sure I could stay in any one place forever. But it certainly has more charm than I would have given it in my holier than thou paradise of the South West.

Mr. Plow
02-06-2009, 08:40 PM
Rep (and condolences) to the first person who finds their wife on here.

http://www.ashleymadison.com/

Ouch.