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Would you cheat on your wife/girlfriend?

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bonkers325

Lifer
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hehe SACK is always like that
 

ttn1

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Oct 24, 2000
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What if your significant other wants you to have intercourse with someone else.

Is that considered cheating???

ttn1
 

datalink7

Lifer
Jan 23, 2001
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Nope.

I don't think it would be the right thing to do, and I would be guilty for the rest of my life if I did it, and that alone would deter me.
 

tm37

Lifer
Jan 24, 2001
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depends on your definition of is, what is is, what was was, what has is if when or why?


Huh?


Been faithful to my wife for over five years. Had had many opps. It comes down to respect, I respect my wife, I know how I would feel if she did it to me. I couldn't stand to look her in the face after doing something that would hurt her so much.


That being said if Faith Hill wants me she can Have me!
 

joohang

Lifer
Oct 22, 2000
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Haell no.

Especially if I ever work out properly with my current crush. :) She's such an angel.

P.S. Still haven't got a pic. :p
 

HombrePequeno

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Mar 7, 2001
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Well it depends on what you consider cheating..

Is a threesome cheating? Don't the two girls cancel each other out?
What if you're in different area codes?
What if the person is hella famous?

That said no I wouldn't.
 

cherrytwist

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Apr 11, 2000
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Of course not. I know damn well I couldn't hide it from her (she sees right through me) and have way too much respect for her (and myself) to betray her like that.

Infidelity is a cowardly act. If you're unhappy in the relationship, move on. If you're not ready to commit, don't.
 

ViperMagic

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Jul 7, 2001
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No. I would be lucky enough to have a girlfriend, so why would I go and muddle it like that?
 

Azeroth

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dude when someone cheats on someone else, generally is because you are not satisfied with what you have! and if you're not satisfied with what you have you should:
1. speak with you wife/girlfriend about it! they're also youre friend so they must understand how' youre feeling.
2.End it up. to me is the hardest way! i like to talk things first! this is an extreme measure :cool:

got my point?
 

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