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Old 08-08-04, 11:05 PM
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Websites that teach you how to cheat on your spouse

No, this is not a joke there are websites that teach how to cheat on you spouse and get away with it. The websites say they are not promoting cheating because people who go to their sites are already doing it or thinking about it. They can't be sued either because they warn "Cheat at your own risk". Your Thoughts?

http://www.abcnews.go.com/sections/E...Files_312.html

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Old 08-08-04, 11:07 PM
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Cheating is a priveledge reserved for those smart enough to pull it off.
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What comes around goes around. My ex wife cheated last fall...and it backfired on her. I got everything in the divorce.

It will always catch up with the unfaithful person. In one way or another...it will always catch up with them.

Live life honestly then you can look back and know you did the best you could. Thats what I've done, thats what I'm doing and its working out great. I have no regrets.
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So, what, they could be sued for promoting cheating if they didn't have the warning? is that what you're saying?
Old 08-08-04, 11:18 PM
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The sites include the "Cheat at your own risk" warning just to be safe so no one tries to sue them if they get caught.
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I guess people are a little sue happy, so there's no harm in being careful.
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I don't really understand cheating. If you'd rather be with someone else, have the decency to leave your spouse first.
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I've never cheated, but I can see why some people would still want to be with their spouse, but someone else as well. Going through with it just would mess things up so badly though, I don't know why someone would.
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Originally posted by kvrdave
I don't really understand cheating. If you'd rather be with someone else, have the decency to leave your spouse first.
My thoughts exactly.
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Originally posted by kvrdave
I don't really understand cheating. If you'd rather be with someone else, have the decency to leave your spouse first.
I can't say that I've never cheated on a girlfriend, but I would never cheat on my (hypothetical) wife. I could never make a lifelong commitment lightly.
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Needing a website to learn how to cheat.... talk about a double-loser
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Originally posted by Breakfast with Girls
I can't say that I've never cheated on a girlfriend, but I would never cheat on my (hypothetical) wife. I could never make a lifelong commitment lightly.
Actually, I would say ditto, but that was due to teenage hormones and immaturity.
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If your gonna cheat on your wife you might as well get her involved and become swingers.
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Debaser,

Unfortunately, I think if a person has to rely on outside advice on cheating, the person most likely has the intelligence of a doorknob and would probably think a swinger was a person who hangs out way too much at the local kiddie playground.
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Originally posted by FiveO
What comes around goes around. My ex wife cheated last fall...and it backfired on her. I got everything in the divorce.

It will always catch up with the unfaithful person. In one way or another...it will always catch up with them.

Live life honestly then you can look back and know you did the best you could. Thats what I've done, thats what I'm doing and its working out great. I have no regrets.
how did you prove her cheating in court? hire a pi?
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Originally posted by hahher
how did you prove her cheating in court? hire a pi?
She told me.

In the 2 weeks that followed I pushed the uncontested divorce through.

She was feeling guilty...and I used it against her. The divorce took 8 days.

I even asked for and got the diamond ring back.

By February she was regretting walking away....and currently she's falling on her face financially and on the verge of leaving her job and or getting fired. Couldn't be happening to a nicer person

I got lucky...my experience with divorce is not the usual.

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