At 8/8/12 11:50 AM, mandog wrote:
Does talking to someone online count as cheating?
At 8/8/12 11:51 AM, o0-0o wrote:
If you were laughing it off or ignoring it then how was he cheating? That's like seeing a partner get mad at you, try to get back by picking up someone at the bar while you're there, get rejected by everyone. You'd be mad at them for cheating?
Even if a wife/husband went to a bar are was looking to cheat and got rejected by everyone, the fact still remains that they were going to intentionally cheat. Just because they're not lucky enough to gain any attention, doesn't mean it's still not an issue. Just the fact they were trying to intentionally cheat is horrible.
All I am saying is with what you gave us he was not cheating unless you are lying about laughing it off or ignoring his advances.
I some what mentioned he didn't do any physical cheating (at least not with me) but the fact he had been emotionally cheating on his wife with not only me, but other girls and trying to physically cheat is a call for alarm. He's been using the internet to basically try to make booty calls. I really did laugh it off/ignore it because I'm married myself and I don't care about some guy from Twitter, even my husband knew about this guy and he'd laugh about it.
At 8/8/12 02:55 PM, Manly-Chicken wrote:
A kid at my summer camp a few years back said something like "my family believes in polygamy" and I think he was dating two girls.
He never had on his Twitter that he was married, never tweeted about it, and this guy would often text me and nothing of a wife or relationship in general ever came up.
Which is ironic because he told the other girl he was married but said that his wife was okay with him dating other girls and they were polygamous. It's funny because they obviously weren't.