Originally posted by Russian soldier
But once again, for people who are in a relationship together, or ESPECIALLY married, cheating is UNACCEPTABLE! Of course, they MUST FIRST find out
THE TRUTH of whether THE PERSON REALLY WAS CHEATING/TRYING TO CHEAT.
You know, I suspet the OP is a single person, or has spent most of their life in a non-married state. After about a decade of being in a relationship
with the same person, cheating doesn't seem like a real issue.
After she's had your kids, done your taxes, washed your dirty undershorts for a decade, and still gives you pleasure on tap, then she's probably
committed. If she takes off now, then I'm doing something REALLY wrong. Frankly, if she left me, it'd be due to the cockeyed s**t I come up with
(like the migraine projector beam I built in the basement) and not because of fidelity issues.
See, the whole idea of cheating is based on "better than." If you got into a relationship too soon, or with reservations, then you start to wonder
if you could do "better than" this person. Like my mom used to say: "marry in haste, repent at leisure."
Sort of like buying the first car on the showroom floor.
But if you searched for years, and then made a bunch of aftermarket modifications and upgrades over the years, then you are not gonna go joyriding in
some stolen corvette, and leave the car keys to your ride
lying in the gutter. And then it turns out the corvette was seriously underpowered,
and the interior stank of rancid bacon . . .
Of course, I am not planning to have relationships, so I don't really care about it. And if its a babe who I'm havin for one night . . .
Yeah. I remember those days. The best thing about being a batchelor is, there's no one there when you come home. Of course, the worst thing about
being a batchelor is, there's no one there when you come home.
Enjoy the Courvoisier, and see a doctor about that "rash".