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2012-02-18 12:20:04 PM  

miss diminutive: Julie Cochrane: How do you deal with the feelings of hurt and betrayal if you catch your spouse's steamy texts to a coworker but (from the texts) it clearly didn't to the point of bumping uglies? And if you also have reason to believe your spouse broke things off before it ever did get to that point?

Hell if I know. I'm sure it still hurts.

Sometimes emotional infidelity can be harder to deal with than physical infidelity. One of my ex-bfs was sending sexts to another girl for the last few months we were together but that didn't bother me as much as the fact that he discussed me and our private business with this girl. The fact that she knew me made it even worse.

I think there's a reason why infidelity, no matter what kind, is simply a dealbreaker for most people.


That has to suck pretty bad. Sorry that happened. Do you see there as being a difference between emotional and physical infidelity? I mean. I know there's a literal difference but I think often people cheat for emotional reasons (I love the new person) as much as physical ones. And that's what causes a large part of the rift that's going on.

Now that I have your attention, miss, I don't know if you recall it, but you gave me some great advice on dealing with an unrequited love affair a few weeks ago. So, yeah. Thanks.
 
2012-02-18 12:22:25 PM  

Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: Wow... A lot of people missed the punch-line.

Good gosh you people have some emotional baggage.


Think most people got the joke the first 4 or 5 times it was made on the thread. The reason most people are reacting to your post like that is because you are wrong. As posters have pointed out the idea that when women cheat there is a necessity for trust and emotional context that isn't in play when a man loses control of his trouser snake is a somewhat antiquated one these days.

/Yeah, still a little bitter.
 
2012-02-18 12:23:13 PM  
I guess I'm "handicapped" for understanding the emotional cheating thing. Emotionally, I'm somewhat differently-normalled. Empathy-wise, I'm not full-on just like everyone else, and I'm not devoid of it. I'm an in-betweener.

Some things that really punch other people's buttons, hard, don't really bug me that much. And sometimes I can intellectually understand that something hits the hell out of a lot of people's buttons, but it's not so much something I personally identify with. I sympathize that they feel that way, but that's about as far as I can take that.

My first ex-husband cheated on me, sort of, in that when I did have a problem with the gal it should have stopped and didn't. The "cheating" part came in when he broke the rules of our arrangement.

My gripe with her wasn't that they liked each other or whatever physical they were or weren't doing (hey, I wasn't hiding under the bed peeking to catalog particular acts). It was that I was getting very little of his attention, in or out of bed---her presence was taking something away from me.

But until I started to suffer a lack from her being around, I found her personable and amusing.

This wasn't from lack of caring about him---it's just that I wasn't jealous initially, because she wasn't taking anything away from me--until she was. And then I was mad at him, not her. It wasn't her fault he was being a douche.

(And no, it wasn't True Love between them, and it wasn't that he needed more sentimental-style love---he was/is lacking in empathy himself, pretty much completely in his case, but he faked it well enough to have me fooled. Shame on him. Whole 'nother story.)
 
2012-02-18 12:28:50 PM  

Rusty Shackleford: Spad31: Good Gods, that guy looks like a tool. Nice, yellow, crooked teeth...completely odd sideways blow-dryer hair...WTF? Ladies, THAT is what you go after? Yeesh.

Honey-trapper don't care, Honey-trapper don't give a shiat.


came for this leaving satisfied.
 
2012-02-18 12:29:33 PM  
If you think she's cheating, why not just break up with her? $1,000 bucks for an aha moment? Wasted money.
 
2012-02-18 12:33:52 PM  
You'll never get cheated on if you never trust anyone.
 
2012-02-18 12:36:14 PM  

Beluga Heights: miss diminutive: Julie Cochrane: How do you deal with the feelings of hurt and betrayal if you catch your spouse's steamy texts to a coworker but (from the texts) it clearly didn't to the point of bumping uglies? And if you also have reason to believe your spouse broke things off before it ever did get to that point?

Hell if I know. I'm sure it still hurts.

Sometimes emotional infidelity can be harder to deal with than physical infidelity. One of my ex-bfs was sending sexts to another girl for the last few months we were together but that didn't bother me as much as the fact that he discussed me and our private business with this girl. The fact that she knew me made it even worse.

I think there's a reason why infidelity, no matter what kind, is simply a dealbreaker for most people.

That has to suck pretty bad. Sorry that happened. Do you see there as being a difference between emotional and physical infidelity? I mean. I know there's a literal difference but I think often people cheat for emotional reasons (I love the new person) as much as physical ones. And that's what causes a large part of the rift that's going on.

Now that I have your attention, miss, I don't know if you recall it, but you gave me some great advice on dealing with an unrequited love affair a few weeks ago. So, yeah. Thanks.


You're very welcome. I do remember your situation, it was with your best friend, right? Have you made any progress?

As for the emotional/physical differences to cheating, yeah they aren't the same for obvious reasons. I think if someone falls in love with someone else while they're in a relationship then the responsible thing is to break it off and move on. It's not going to be easy but I'd rather a man tell me he's in love with someone else than find out months/years later and feeling betrayed and like a fool.

This isn't exactly rocket science, but good relationships are built on trust and respect. Without either they are dead in the water. If I can't trust my partner to not fark some random chick who hits on him at a bar then what's the point?
 
2012-02-18 12:36:39 PM  
dustinmilligan.com

..better movie than it gets credit for...
 
2012-02-18 12:39:59 PM  

miss diminutive: Beluga Heights: miss diminutive: Julie Cochrane: How do you deal with the feelings of hurt and betrayal if you catch your spouse's steamy texts to a coworker but (from the texts) it clearly didn't to the point of bumping uglies? And if you also have reason to believe your spouse broke things off before it ever did get to that point?

Hell if I know. I'm sure it still hurts.

Sometimes emotional infidelity can be harder to deal with than physical infidelity. One of my ex-bfs was sending sexts to another girl for the last few months we were together but that didn't bother me as much as the fact that he discussed me and our private business with this girl. The fact that she knew me made it even worse.

I think there's a reason why infidelity, no matter what kind, is simply a dealbreaker for most people.

That has to suck pretty bad. Sorry that happened. Do you see there as being a difference between emotional and physical infidelity? I mean. I know there's a literal difference but I think often people cheat for emotional reasons (I love the new person) as much as physical ones. And that's what causes a large part of the rift that's going on.

Now that I have your attention, miss, I don't know if you recall it, but you gave me some great advice on dealing with an unrequited love affair a few weeks ago. So, yeah. Thanks.

You're very welcome. I do remember your situation, it was with your best friend, right? Have you made any progress?

As for the emotional/physical differences to cheating, yeah they aren't the same for obvious reasons. I think if someone falls in love with someone else while they're in a relationship then the responsible thing is to break it off and move on. It's not going to be easy but I'd rather a man tell me he's in love with someone else than find out months/years later and feeling betrayed and like a fool.

This isn't exactly rocket science, but good relationships are built on trust and respect. Without either they are dead in the water. If I can' ...


Some. I mean, not as much as I'd like, but I'm beginning to come to terms with things. Slowly. I'm still in a lot of pain. But that's just part of life. It's weird, I don't know where to go from here or how to feel.
 
2012-02-18 12:47:26 PM  
Dear Farkers,

If you haven't noticed, the Sun is nothing but a giant troll.

1.) If this guy was making his living busting women cheating, he wouldn't plaster his image all over the newspaper.
2.) If this guy were making his living busting women cheating, why is there no contact information?

Let's see....
Common name
No business name
No phone number
No website

Nothing to verify at all.

Then - they took a picture of the most stereotypical d-bag you can find, d-bag hair, open shirt and a hairy chest; and claim that he's pulling in over 150k USD per year to hit on women.

The demographic of men who are willing to pay 1000 pounds ($1,500) per night for some d-bag to hit on his wife - largely - are not going to be dating women that would be lining up for this guy.

I'm not buying it.

It's a fictional article that is designed to get a lot of responses/comments. People can talk about how he looks like a d-bag and other people can say, 'It's not about looks BRO! You just gotta read PUA'. Other people can use it to bash men or bash women, depending on how you like. Other people will argue about whether it's good or bad to do something like this - 'TRUST! GOTTA HAVE TRUST!' etc....etc....

I'm more likely to believe a random blog than the Sun
 
2012-02-18 12:50:14 PM  
Are there no dentists in Great Britain? You would think he could spend some of his coin getting his teeth fixed.
 
2012-02-18 12:53:46 PM  

wambu: [i.imgur.com image 132x320]

Why is his shoe size important? Do women still believe there's a direct correlation between shoe and penis size? "Oooo, he's got the big feet! He must have that huge kawk I so desperately need to make cheating on my hubby worthwhile." WTF?


FWIW, my shoe size is 11.

/just sayin'
 
2012-02-18 12:53:51 PM  
Is that what passes for sexy in the UK? I guess we could send them all our fugly people, cause they'd be sex symbols over there.
 
2012-02-18 12:54:05 PM  

James F. Campbell: You'll never get cheated on if you never trust anyone.


Oh dear. Even worse, I keep agreeing with you.
 
2012-02-18 12:55:48 PM  

Quantum Tourist: wambu: [i.imgur.com image 132x320]

Why is his shoe size important? Do women still believe there's a direct correlation between shoe and penis size? "Oooo, he's got the big feet! He must have that huge kawk I so desperately need to make cheating on my hubby worthwhile." WTF?

FWIW, my shoe size is 11.

/just sayin'


Yeah well mine is 13. But. Believe me. No.
 
2012-02-18 01:03:56 PM  

Beluga Heights:
Yeah well mine is 13. But. Believe me. No.


And you probably can't dance either, Mr. Clown Feet.
 
2012-02-18 01:04:10 PM  

steamingpile: RangerTaylor: Word of advice: If you feel it necessary to hire someone to try and prove your wife/gf is cheating on you. 1) she probably is already and 2) it doesn't matter, cuz you two are done anyways

Yeah I kind of agree but sometimes people just want to know why someone goes out a lot without them, maybe they just want one final verification before signing the paper to buy the ring on their crappy credit.

Also there needs to be more cheating stories, I will add to this: Been cheated on twice, once by a girl I had dated for a year after I found out the guy she said was her brother that was staying over at their house naked in bed with her, he wasn't and was her old boyfriend who moved away, her own brother ratted her out and let me in. The rest of her family said I was too nice to be treated like that, first time hurt the worst.


While I can understand the kind of denial that you go through when you just don't want to believe that your woman is cheating, finding her in bed with a naked "brother" is pushing it a bit. Even if it really was her brother, there's something seriously wrong with that picture. Most of the folks I know would shudder and go pale at the mere thought of having their siblings naked anywhere in the same building with them.

steamingpile: Second time I had been engaged to this coont and she told me we needed to talk 2 days before valentines day after we had been dating 3 years engaged for over a year. She meets me at a outside bar we went to and then tells me she had slept with a guy she works with, oh but it didn't mean anything, it was just sex! I asked her so when did she sleep with thinking I wanted to gauge how pissed off I should be and if we had farked near the same night. Bad move, I couldn't speak when she asked "which time?" I had mistakenly thought it was a one time thing, she realized what she said and tried to correct it but it was too late, I just got up and started to leave. I went to pay the bill and the owner said "no charge" he had watched us start to date and he felt almost as bad as I did about it, one of his waitresses were crying. It was surreal. The biatch noticed I was leaving and asked where I was going then when I told her I'm leaving and we are through she started flipping out that I was so petty I couldn't forgive her! I just laughed and walked out the door, she tried to chase me and their bartenders wouldn't let her out the door. Some peopl ...


First off, I need to know where that bar is. Having the manager comp your order because you just found out that your woman was a pig-slut, and then having the staff head her off while you make your departure is a level of customer service that you just don't see anymore.

Second... Sometimes you just have to get a restraining order before they start showing up at your job and causing major problems with your life. Hindsight 20/20, I know.

A buddy's GF gave me the nastiest weapon in my post-breakup arsenal. I'd just gone through a nasty breakup with a particularly unfaithful little tramp that I'd been treating like royalty for over 2 years. My buddy's GF pulled me aside and told me that I'd sure feel a lot better if I just shook it off slept with a bunch of the ex's friends. Even when they're on your side, women can be pretty evil sometimes.
 
2012-02-18 01:05:32 PM  

cryinoutloud: Beluga Heights:
Yeah well mine is 13. But. Believe me. No.

And you probably can't dance either, Mr. Clown Feet.


More untested. Never danced in my life, actually.
 
2012-02-18 01:07:53 PM  

cryinoutloud: And you probably can't dance either, Mr. Clown Feet.


I've got big feet, too.
Only thing about me is the way I walk.
(new window)
 
2012-02-18 01:08:35 PM  

bighairyguy: wambu: [i.imgur.com image 132x320]

Why is his shoe size important? Do women still believe there's a direct correlation between shoe and penis size? "Oooo, he's got the big feet! He must have that huge kawk I so desperately need to make cheating on my hubby worthwhile." WTF?

13EEE, thanks for asking.


Size 12 D. And that is the truth. The implication that I therefore have massive male equipment, isn't necessarily the truth.
 
2012-02-18 01:13:42 PM  

Beluga Heights: Quantum Tourist: wambu: [i.imgur.com image 132x320]

Why is his shoe size important? Do women still believe there's a direct correlation between shoe and penis size? "Oooo, he's got the big feet! He must have that huge kawk I so desperately need to make cheating on my hubby worthwhile." WTF?

FWIW, my shoe size is 11.

/just sayin'

Yeah well mine is 13. But. Believe me. No.


I wear a 43. (In European sizes).
 
2012-02-18 01:16:36 PM  

Sobrrr: If you think she's cheating, why not just break up with her? $1,000 bucks for an aha moment? Wasted money.


Yeah, if he's got £1,000 to blow on a thing like this, obviously he's got some money to throw around.

So the key is that, if she figures out who you are, you offer to take £1,000 from HER too, for you to go back to him and report she's unshakably faithful.
 
2012-02-18 01:18:54 PM  

casual disregard: I thought maybe they took the pic just as a sudden gust of wind ruffled his hair or something. The later pics confirmed, however, that he seems to be doing that on purpose. Why would he do that to his hair? What is the purpose?


The purpose is, it makes him look like he has high self esteem and cares about how he looks. The fact that it makes him look silly doesn't always register with women, especially if they themselves have low self esteem and secretly wish their own hair was more dramatic.
 
2012-02-18 01:20:39 PM  
Hmmm, I'd have stated it as, "I'm paid to find out if you're such a bastard that your woman will, in desperation, go for an obvious loser like me."
 
2012-02-18 01:20:45 PM  

DreamSnipers: bighairyguy: wambu: [i.imgur.com image 132x320]

Why is his shoe size important? Do women still believe there's a direct correlation between shoe and penis size? "Oooo, he's got the big feet! He must have that huge kawk I so desperately need to make cheating on my hubby worthwhile." WTF?

13EEE, thanks for asking.

Size 12 D. And that is the truth. The implication that I therefore have massive male equipment, isn't necessarily the truth.


I'm hung in proportion to my shoe size, I'm just not saying which way.
 
2012-02-18 01:28:17 PM  
So, the obvious follow-up article to this one is where we find out the paid Honey-Tapper is an FtM transsexual. LOL
 
2012-02-18 01:31:36 PM  
Hey, what does it sound like when a water truck and a vinegar truck collide head on?


DOUCHE!
 
2012-02-18 01:32:32 PM  
$1,000 is a bargain.

A lying cheating whore can cost you a FARK of a lot more.

/not bitter
//ok, a little
 
2012-02-18 01:39:58 PM  

casual disregard: I thought maybe they took the pic just as a sudden gust of wind ruffled his hair or something. The later pics confirmed, however, that he seems to be doing that on purpose. Why would he do that to his hair? What is the purpose?


I confirmed this with my own experiments on HotOrNot (but I'm sure you can find more reliable sources).

The general idea is that you'll be more successful with members of the opposite sex by appealing STRONGLY to a few women rather than appealing a little bit to a lot of women. If you confirm to the most general social norms (and are an average looking guy) the majority of women will consider you 'average looking'. That doesn't get you laid.

If you associate yourself with a fringe social norm, women who aren't into that will find you significantly less attractive than average; but a smaller minority of women who ARE into that fringe group you've associated yourself with will find you VERY attractive.

If you walk into a room with 20 women and they all think you are a 7 - you won't get very far with any of them. If you show up with blue spiked hair, piercings and patched jeans - 15 of the girls might decide you look like a d-bag; but the other five might find you attractive enough to go home with you.

For a guy trying to maximize his success with women, it's actually beneficial to easily identify which girls are interested/verse aren't interested. In that room of 20 women, you really only want to find the one who is most into you (at least, that's the min/maxing philosophy so-called PUA followers believe in). A girl with luke-warm feelings for you might waste your time; if you dress like a d-bag it's far more polarizing allowing you to waste less time on girls who aren't very into you.
 
rwp
2012-02-18 01:44:32 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-02-18 01:47:23 PM  

Quadruple Entendre: $1,000 is a bargain.

A lying cheating whore can cost you a FARK of a lot more.

/not bitter
//ok, a little


They are claiming he charges 1000 pounds; so that's closer to $1,500
 
2012-02-18 01:51:57 PM  

cryinoutloud: Beluga Heights:
Yeah well mine is 13. But. Believe me. No.

And you probably can't dance either, Mr. Clown Feet.


I'm a size 10.... But I'm a girl.

And my husband is a keeper because his response is "They look fine to me." :P
 
2012-02-18 01:54:37 PM  
If you find yourself considering hiring this man with that astonishing hairstyle, your relationship is already farked.

/size 14
//Latino
 
2012-02-18 01:59:54 PM  
$1,500 USD to see if your woman is a whore? What a rip-off! Just install a keylogger on the computer, check her txt messages, or hide a voice activated recorder behind the bedroom nite stand or where ever!

Where I say woman, it can easily be replaced with man, and vice versa:

Also, the biggest way you can tell if your woman is a whore is to listen to her, and remember how you first met her. If she whored herself out to you before you were married, chances are she misses being a whore -- or not because she still is one. You can't make a ho into a housewife, how many times do you have to hear that to believe? This is a situation where a man isn't doing it right, it won't work. If she tells you that she is frustrated about family life, and suddenly goes out more and dresses better, without YOU, what do you think is going on?

Dating in my 30's has led me to believe that any husband that lets his wife out to a bar or club is clueless or getting some on the side, too.
 
2012-02-18 02:04:57 PM  
Who would pay $1000 to find out whether a girl who would go for this guy is worth keeping. It's like conceding that she'd cheat with an attractive guy. Now you want to find out if she's desperately lonely. Pathetic all around.
 
2012-02-18 02:05:17 PM  
Stupid farking haircut.
 
2012-02-18 02:07:27 PM  
FTFA - IF you are a woman and this man makes a beeline for you on a night out - head in the opposite direction.


Yeah, I'd normally do that with any person who thinks "porcupine head" is a good look.
 
2012-02-18 02:10:23 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: casual disregard: I thought maybe they took the pic just as a sudden gust of wind ruffled his hair or something. The later pics confirmed, however, that he seems to be doing that on purpose. Why would he do that to his hair? What is the purpose?

I confirmed this with my own experiments on HotOrNot (but I'm sure you can find more reliable sources).

The general idea is that you'll be more successful with members of the opposite sex by appealing STRONGLY to a few women rather than appealing a little bit to a lot of women. If you confirm to the most general social norms (and are an average looking guy) the majority of women will consider you 'average looking'. That doesn't get you laid.

If you associate yourself with a fringe social norm, women who aren't into that will find you significantly less attractive than average; but a smaller minority of women who ARE into that fringe group you've associated yourself with will find you VERY attractive.

If you walk into a room with 20 women and they all think you are a 7 - you won't get very far with any of them. If you show up with blue spiked hair, piercings and patched jeans - 15 of the girls might decide you look like a d-bag; but the other five might find you attractive enough to go home with you.

For a guy trying to maximize his success with women, it's actually beneficial to easily identify which girls are interested/verse aren't interested. In that room of 20 women, you really only want to find the one who is most into you (at least, that's the min/maxing philosophy so-called PUA followers believe in). A girl with luke-warm feelings for you might waste your time; if you dress like a d-bag it's far more polarizing allowing you to waste less time on girls who aren't very into you.


Yeah, i subscribed to David DeAngelo's newsletter just so I could identify various PUA strategies and then decide if I wanted to "play" or not.

Some of the strategies are worthwhile---the ones where he's teaching guys, "Women hate it when you do this, so stop it."

Others, some of the ones about manipulating control--if they're carried beyond a reasonable balance, they're turn-offs.

As far as the sorting of girls who are very into you versus girls who are less into you, the problem with that is that it doesn't take into account your own standards of which girls you are into. That's a very "all cats are gray in the dark" approach. And if you're just looking for a moist hole, that will work okay.

I have a friend who (before he settled down) was very good picking up women, and he would have avoided the min/maxing approach (in terms of randomly dressing like someone unusual that wasn't him) because it wouldn't get him gals he could hold a conversation with. As he put it, "You want there to be something between the orgasms."

Where min/maxing would work out well is in going into a target rich environment looking like who you are instead of Joe Bland. You'd be more likely to attract the few women who had more in common with you than the random ones who don't.

My friend did dress to stand out when he was on the prowl, but the ways he dressed to stand out emphasized who he is, not somebody he's not---so they helped pull women he could enjoy for more than a one-off. And he didn't take it too over-the-top with the AW-ing attire.
 
2012-02-18 02:13:49 PM  
For the most part the only reason people don't cheat is because the opportunity never presents itself (ie. a person they are attracted to makes a move for them).

What I'm saying is that any woman sufficiently attracted to this dude will cheat if he sets up the situation.
 
2012-02-18 02:14:57 PM  

rocinante721: GARVIN


Came for the Fred Garvin reference... leaving satisfied...(after a cigarette and some small talk.)
 
2012-02-18 02:15:49 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: casual disregard: I thought maybe they took the pic just as a sudden gust of wind ruffled his hair or something. The later pics confirmed, however, that he seems to be doing that on purpose. Why would he do that to his hair? What is the purpose?

I confirmed this with my own experiments on HotOrNot (but I'm sure you can find more reliable sources).

The general idea is that you'll be more successful with members of the opposite sex by appealing STRONGLY to a few women rather than appealing a little bit to a lot of women. If you confirm to the most general social norms (and are an average looking guy) the majority of women will consider you 'average looking'. That doesn't get you laid.

If you associate yourself with a fringe social norm, women who aren't into that will find you significantly less attractive than average; but a smaller minority of women who ARE into that fringe group you've associated yourself with will find you VERY attractive.

If you walk into a room with 20 women and they all think you are a 7 - you won't get very far with any of them. If you show up with blue spiked hair, piercings and patched jeans - 15 of the girls might decide you look like a d-bag; but the other five might find you attractive enough to go home with you.

For a guy trying to maximize his success with women, it's actually beneficial to easily identify which girls are interested/verse aren't interested. In that room of 20 women, you really only want to find the one who is most into you (at least, that's the min/maxing philosophy so-called PUA followers believe in). A girl with luke-warm feelings for you might waste your time; if you dress like a d-bag it's far more polarizing allowing you to waste less time on girls who aren't very into you.


That really explains a lot. It even explains why Juggalos have kids and I'm single. Time to drink.
 
2012-02-18 02:21:37 PM  
Here's a clue people, if your girlfriend needs to go out to the bar multiple times a month without you - she's probably likely to cheat. If you're married and she feels the need to go out multiple times a month without you, she is cheating.

All guys know this, but don't want to admit it until they come home and the house is cleaned out. Then they are still in denial; oh, she just came over while I wasn't home and grabbed the washer/dryer by herself. Sure, that's reasonable.

Committed women might go out with friends occasionally, like, "Hey, my little sister turned 21 and we're taking her out." But for the most part they want to hang with your couch potato beer swilling ass in the evening.
 
2012-02-18 02:26:09 PM  

child_god: $1,500 USD to see if your woman is a whore? What a rip-off! Just install a keylogger on the computer, check her txt messages, or hide a voice activated recorder behind the bedroom nite stand or where ever!


Anybody I caught putting a keylogger on my computer, tapping/checking my phone, or hiding a tape recorder, that would be the end of the relationship, right there. That's crazy level jealousy, and that's one variety of crazy I don't tolerate.

But, it's another reason I like open relationships. Wanna know something? Just ask me. Just be careful what you ask--because I'll tell you.

It's not so much wanting to avail myself of the openness. It's that having open be the rule leaves no excuses for anyone getting suspicious instead of communicating.
 
2012-02-18 02:26:53 PM  
i2.photobucket.com

THAT is a trap...
 
2012-02-18 02:26:58 PM  
Yeah I kind of agree but sometimes people just want to know why someone goes out a lot without them, maybe they just want one final verification before signing the paper to buy the ring on their crappy credit.

Also there needs to be more cheating stories, I will add to this: Been cheated on twice, once by a girl I had dated for a year after I found out the guy she said was her brother that was staying over at their house naked in bed with her, he wasn't and was her old boyfriend who moved away, her own brother ratted her out and let me in. The rest of her family said I was too nice to be treated like that, first time hurt the worst.

Second time I had been engaged to this coont and she told me we needed to talk 2 days before valentines day after we had been dating 3 years engaged for over a year. She meets me at a outside bar we went to and then tells me she had slept with a guy she works with, oh but it didn't mean anything, it was just sex! I asked her so when did she sleep with thinking I wanted to gauge how pissed off I should be and if we had farked near the same night. Bad move, I couldn't speak when she asked "which time?" I had mistakenly thought it was a one time thing, she realized what she said and tried to correct it but it was too late, I just got up and started to leave. I went to pay the bill and the owner said "no charge" he had watched us start to date and he felt almost as bad as I did about it, one of his waitresses were crying. It was surreal. The biatch noticed I was leaving and asked where I was going then when I told her I'm leaving and we are through she started flipping out that I was so petty I couldn't forgive her! I just laughed and walked out the door, she tried to chase me and their bartenders wouldn't let her out the door. Some people might have thought I was over reacting by not hearing her out but I found out I made the right choice a day later when I got a letter in the mail from the guy she gad been farking since the second day she worked at her new job I helped her farking get! It was 3 years since she started there! He also informed me he was telling me all this because he was sorry and had just found out she was cheating on him with 2 guys who worked in the back. I was farking livid, she wasn't telling that day because she felt bad, she was telling me because she knew the letter was coming, and I had thought about taking the coont back since she was sending me all kinds of apologies and even football tickets. Then the letter showed me she was a farking whore, after that I just started refusing to take delivery on anything from her or take her calls. She flipped out, came to my house and even followed a girl she thought I was dating, I had to force her to leave me alone by making copies of the letter and sending it to her at work by fed ex, after I knew she had it with enough time to understand what I knew I informed her that if she didn't stop I would send copies to her mothers office and to her fathers, along with her work which would be interested to know how she was pissing off numerous male employees. She got a friend to give me an apology letter saying she was sorry and didn't me to hurt me then hoped we could talk later on after she had grown up. I spoke to her twice since then and decided she hadn't changed the second time after we were with friends at a band an old friend was in and she tried to come on to me with her new boyfriend in the other room. Some coonts never change.


Cool story, Bro.

Feel better now? Okay.
 
2012-02-18 02:33:00 PM  
He's from Shakespeare's home town.

I'm sure there's a cunning joke there somewhere.
 
2012-02-18 02:39:27 PM  

AsprinBurn: Yeah I kind of agree but sometimes people just want to know why someone goes out a lot without them, maybe they just want one final verification before signing the paper to buy the ring on their crappy credit.

Also there needs to be more cheating stories, I will add to this: Been cheated on twice, once by a girl I had dated for a year after I found out the guy she said was her brother that was staying over at their house naked in bed with her, he wasn't and was her old boyfriend who moved away, her own brother ratted her out and let me in. The rest of her family said I was too nice to be treated like that, first time hurt the worst.

Second time I had been engaged to this coont and she told me we needed to talk 2 days before valentines day after we had been dating 3 years engaged for over a year. She meets me at a outside bar we went to and then tells me she had slept with a guy she works with, oh but it didn't mean anything, it was just sex! I asked her so when did she sleep with thinking I wanted to gauge how pissed off I should be and if we had farked near the same night. Bad move, I couldn't speak when she asked "which time?" I had mistakenly thought it was a one time thing, she realized what she said and tried to correct it but it was too late, I just got up and started to leave. I went to pay the bill and the owner said "no charge" he had watched us start to date and he felt almost as bad as I did about it, one of his waitresses were crying. It was surreal. The biatch noticed I was leaving and asked where I was going then when I told her I'm leaving and we are through she started flipping out that I was so petty I couldn't forgive her! I just laughed and walked out the door, she tried to chase me and their bartenders wouldn't let her out the door. Some people might have thought I was over reacting by not hearing her out but I found out I made the right choice a day later when I got a letter in the mail from the guy she gad been farking since the second day sh ...



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2012-02-18 02:40:13 PM  
What a load of total bullsh*t. Are you one of my former in-laws? First make up a lie, then gleefully spread this vicious gossip and watch as a marriage falls apart because "well, it must be true if enough people think it is"?

F*CK YOU.
 
2012-02-18 02:41:40 PM  

vodka: For the most part the only reason people don't cheat is because the opportunity never presents itself (ie. a person they are attracted to makes a move for them).

What I'm saying is that any woman sufficiently attracted to this dude will cheat if he sets up the situation.


If anyone resists cheating all you have to do to be "right" is say that the woman (or man) wasn't sufficiently attracted to the person putting the moves on them.

There are a lot of faithful people who avoid getting into situations where someone they're attracted to would have the opportunity to make a move on them.

And then there's the other gem for preserving fidelity. If you're too attracted to someone, a lot of times you can manage to cut them out of your social circle or otherwise minimize contact with them. You certainly don't have to put up a 12 foot neon sign that announces in flashing letters that you want their body.

Having a hell of a libido doesn't mean it has to rule your life. That free will thing means that if your brain decides not to go there, it can instruct your body to walk the hell away---and win.

Why do people choose to walk away from hot sex, ready and willing, from someone they're ragingly attracted to?

Well, why do hard drinkers sometimes choose to walk away from their favorite booze when someone else is buying and waving it in their face?

Because there comes a time when you have to decide if you own your vices or your vices own you.

Personally, I've always preferred to own my vices.
 
2012-02-18 02:42:21 PM  
It gets down to intent. If she is chatting, txting and emailing another guy, chances are she is willing to lip whip his glad handle as well. And yes, maybe she's just not that into you and looking.
 
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