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(The Sun)   Honey-trapper: "I'm paid to see if your woman is a whore" (w/pics)   (nla.thesun.co.uk) divider line 53
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2012-02-18 10:49:47 AM  
8 votes:
This man's business-- and knowledge of women-- is flawed.

First of all, there's no accounting for taste and I'm sure plenty of women would find him attractive. However, just as many would find him to be as far from their 'type' as possible, and would turn him down based on that. So the premise is flawed from the get-go.

Then there's the complete misunderstanding of the way most women cheat. Unlike men, most women don't just go out and screw every person they meet. If a woman is cheating, she's cheating with someone specific and she's probably quite devoted to her paramour; Devoted enough not to cheat on her paramour with some random dork who approaches her in a bar or restaurant.

Most women who are cheating are cheating with someone they trust... And they don't know Mr. Honey Trapper enough to trust him.

If your wife or girlfriend is cheating on you, she's probably doing it with a friend, coworker, ex-boyfriend, ex-husband, or (if so inclined) one of your ex-girlfriends... And she spent a little time thinking about it, first.

Of course, there are the slutty barflies and slatterns who will hang out at a club or bar and screw strange men, but honestly, if you're dating or married to a woman like that, you really don't need to test her to know she's that sort of person. If she's careless enough to regularly take risks on strangers in bars, then she's careless enough not to give a shiat if you know about it... And if you don't know this kind of girl is getting banged by random strangers then you're pretty dim (or in denial).

But the typical woman is not a loose slut who jumps in the sack with every guy she meets. The guy needs to be the right type, and hit all the right emotional and social triggers to even get her to the point of infidelity.

And here's another tip: Most women won't cheat on their male partner/husband/boyfriend unless he's doing something wrong in the first place, and makes himself inaccessible. If you're doing something that will drive your wife/girlfriend to cheat on you, she's probably going to make at least one attempt to communicate with you before deciding you're out-of-touch/don't care/not worth it. And when she tries to communicate with you, and you flake out, ignore her, or blow it off as unimportant, then she will go out and start talking to an old boyfriend, friend, or coworker that she knows well enough to feel comfortable giving signals to.

And more than half the time, she still won't cheat if feels no emotional connection.

What it boils down to, fellas, is that if you don't communicate and open yourself emotionally to a woman, someone else will. That's probably not someone like Honey Trapper.

Because Honey Trapper don't care. He don't give a shiat.
2012-02-18 09:52:35 AM  
4 votes:
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
2012-02-18 05:05:24 AM  
4 votes:
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.
2012-02-18 02:41:40 PM  
3 votes:

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 12:00:46 PM  
3 votes:

Julie Cochrane: What I don't like is dumbing cheating down.

Now if you text someone, or you email someone, or you kiss someone, you've "cheated" the same as if you rented a hotel room for a hot weekend and farked like bunnies.

We've dumbed "cheating" down to the point that we've defined being tempted to cheat as being as bad as actually farking someone else. Instead of recognizing that a good, faithful partner over the span of years is someone who may be tempted to stray but is one who doesn't hang on mooning and canoodling and doesn't go fark the temptation like a rabid weasel---but pulls back from the temptation, breaks it off, resists the temptation.

People have little incentive not to go ahead and cheat, because we've made being strongly tempted at all into the crime itself.

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.

But I do know that if you treat a sext like a fark, then once someone has crossed one line, they may as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb.

And right now, that's the position society has created, and it is no help at encouraging fidelity.

I guess one benefit of the Catholic Church's sacrament of Confession is that it gives the parishioner a way to put a definite end point on a particular episode of sin.


I can see where you are coming from, but in reality the "crime" isn't the bumping of uglies, it is the breach of trust. However, I do agree that some cheating is worse than others. To be honest, I feel like "emotional" cheating is a greater breach of trust than "physical" cheating. I think what it boils down to is the fact that people who cheat are unhappy with their relationship but don't have the courage or self-esteem to fix their relationship or end it. Frankly there is nothing wrong with ending a bad relationship, but some people are too cowardly to do it. On the other hand, there are people that wish to "sample" which is ok too. However, if you are in a committed relationship and you want to "sample", you need to talk to your partner and decide whether or not you can be in a relationship with terms that are agreeable to both of you.

I realize this sounds very unromantic and kind of robotic - I realize people are not perfect. I also realize there are two sides to every story. However, every person has to remember that you are only responsible for your own behavior. No one made you cheat and when you make the decision to cheat on your spouse or long term committed partner, you have made an affirmative decision to breach their trust. That is solely your decision and you have to face the consequences of your decision. It is wrong to blame your victim for your decision.
2012-02-18 11:58:53 AM  
3 votes:

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.
2012-02-18 11:50:40 AM  
3 votes:
What I don't like is dumbing cheating down.

Now if you text someone, or you email someone, or you kiss someone, you've "cheated" the same as if you rented a hotel room for a hot weekend and farked like bunnies.

We've dumbed "cheating" down to the point that we've defined being tempted to cheat as being as bad as actually farking someone else. Instead of recognizing that a good, faithful partner over the span of years is someone who may be tempted to stray but is one who doesn't hang on mooning and canoodling and doesn't go fark the temptation like a rabid weasel---but pulls back from the temptation, breaks it off, resists the temptation.

People have little incentive not to go ahead and cheat, because we've made being strongly tempted at all into the crime itself.

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.

But I do know that if you treat a sext like a fark, then once someone has crossed one line, they may as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb.

And right now, that's the position society has created, and it is no help at encouraging fidelity.

I guess one benefit of the Catholic Church's sacrament of Confession is that it gives the parishioner a way to put a definite end point on a particular episode of sin.
2012-02-18 10:08:36 AM  
3 votes:
This is what passes as a good looking guy in Britain? I am so sad for the ladies there.
2012-02-18 09:57:19 AM  
3 votes:
ROFLMAO ... maybe with the fat women that Farkers adore but normal women won't give him a second look
2012-02-18 09:54:29 AM  
3 votes:
My crazy ex was, she was prostituting herself during a manic episode while we were married. I had proof in her own writing when she left her email open on my computer one day.

Divorce came and I presented this as part of my package of proof that she was unfit to be a mother.Turns out the court doesn't care and you can whore yourself out all you want will married with no consequence whatsoever at divorce time.

Save yourself the money because morality doesn't matter for divorce. Instead spend the money to get some video of your cheating spouse being violent.
2012-02-18 09:27:05 AM  
3 votes:

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.
2012-02-18 01:55:19 AM  
3 votes:
Spoiler: She is.
2012-02-18 01:39:58 PM  
2 votes:

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.
2012-02-18 12:47:26 PM  
2 votes:
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 11:47:52 AM  
2 votes:
i195.photobucket.com
the distinction is not in kind, but merely in degree.
2012-02-18 11:21:03 AM  
2 votes:

AnyName: Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: And here's another tip: Most women won't cheat on their male partner/husband/boyfriend unless he's doing something wrong in the first place

Exactly, if a woman cheats it's obviously the fault of the guy she's cheating on.

From what I've seen, people that cheat(men and women) tend to be insecure, immature idiots who are trying to add some excitement to their lives. If your partner isn't doing it for you end the relationship and move on or TELL THEM you don't want to be exclusive (and then probably move on).


Serious question:How come it is never ok to blame the victim except when it is a man who is being cheated on?
It really baffles me that people think it is completely normal to place blame on a man who gets cheated on. The wrongdoer is the person who cheated. Even if the man was a total tool and deserved it, the cheater made a decision to cheat. It would be like saying "oh she was wearing a short skirt and a low cut shirt, what did she expect."

All you hear about is how "we weren't meant to be monogamous" or "he didn't pay enough attention to me". If you have a problem with your spouse or committed partner, you should talk to them and tell them. If you don't want to be with someone TELL THEM and let them move on with their lives before you cheat on them. Cheating is a terrible thing to do and can seriously screw up people's lives.
2012-02-18 11:07:19 AM  
2 votes:

Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: And here's another tip: Most women won't cheat on their male partner/husband/boyfriend unless he's doing something wrong in the first place


Exactly, if a woman cheats it's obviously the fault of the guy she's cheating on.

From what I've seen, people that cheat(men and women) tend to be insecure, immature idiots who are trying to add some excitement to their lives. If your partner isn't doing it for you end the relationship and move on or TELL THEM you don't want to be exclusive (and then probably move on).
2012-02-18 10:51:13 AM  
2 votes:
This is just preying on people's insecurities. Men are dogs, not women. If a woman in a relationship cheats, it's almost guaranteed to be someone she knows like the guy next door or someone at work. Not a strange guy in a bar.

That's not to say that some women aren't slutty, but they're slutty before they get into a relationship.
2012-02-18 10:26:22 AM  
2 votes:
I'm reminded of a series of side missions in GTA 4 where some rabid sociopath has you stalk his wife because he thinks she's cheating (She's with a work friend who's trying to get into her pants, but she's oblivious)... she isn't at first, but his craziness drives her away. He reciprocates by stabbing her to death.

Best part is seeing him get accidentally RUN OVER by the guy who he thought the wife was cheating with... then stealing the car when the driver gets out to call an ambulance >=)
2012-02-18 10:22:51 AM  
2 votes:
American men fear not.
This honey trapper mess is what passes for 'handsome' in England.
American women would hit the ground running at the sight of this snaggle-toothed, eye-roaming, bed-headed igor.

English women's taste in men....
Hellooooeeewww Ladies!
i.telegraph.co.uk

American women's taste in men...
Well hello!
img2.timeinc.net
2012-02-18 10:05:12 AM  
2 votes:
Hiring someone to find out if you can trust your girlfriend/wife seems totally within the realm of mentally healthy. My guess is, when you reach that point nothing could ever satisfy your insecurity.
2012-02-18 09:58:41 AM  
2 votes:
This looks like a job for ... FRED GARVIN

www.blockbuster.co.uk

... MALE PROSTITUTE
2012-02-18 09:56:03 AM  
2 votes:

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


This. If she isn't and finds out you pulled this stunt....it's over. If you actually dropped 1,000 bucks for a guy to hit on your gf then the relationship has some serious trust issues.

Also. whatever happened to just slipping a gps tracker/camera in her vagina when she wasn't looking? What a sad world we've become.
2012-02-18 09:53:15 AM  
2 votes:
images.wikia.com


Simon never did get over being dumped by Carly in senior year.
2012-02-18 08:59:24 AM  
2 votes:
Oh God no.
2012-02-19 09:16:13 AM  
1 votes:

Quantum Apostrophe: No offense, but going by your profile pic you must be swinging a three-hander yourself.


No offense, but going by your lack of profile pic while you take pot shots, you must be a cowardly weasel.
2012-02-19 04:24:05 AM  
1 votes:
Guys, come on, he clearly just called their tip line and they took the story. They didn't fact check it. Jeebus Crackers!
2012-02-18 02:21:37 PM  
1 votes:
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 01:07:53 PM  
1 votes:

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 12:36:39 PM  
1 votes:
dustinmilligan.com

..better movie than it gets credit for...
2012-02-18 12:36:14 PM  
1 votes:

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 12:33:52 PM  
1 votes:
You'll never get cheated on if you never trust anyone.
2012-02-18 12:23:13 PM  
1 votes:
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 12:22:25 PM  
1 votes:

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 12:10:36 PM  
1 votes:
Actually looks don't matter too much when it comes to women cheating on men. If a guy is charming and knows how to pay attention to the woman he's got a better chance that most. (that is as long as she's looking for attention she's not getting at home...)

Which really means you're paying this guy to find out if you either suck as a boyfriend or if your girl is really, really needy (let's be honest: it's probably how you got her in the first place...)
2012-02-18 12:03:59 PM  
1 votes:

onyxruby: My crazy ex was, she was prostituting herself during a manic episode while we were married. I had proof in her own writing when she left her email open on my computer one day.

Divorce came and I presented this as part of my package of proof that she was unfit to be a mother.Turns out the court doesn't care and you can whore yourself out all you want will married with no consequence whatsoever at divorce time.

Save yourself the money because morality doesn't matter for divorce. Instead spend the money to get some video of your cheating spouse being violent.



So much THIS.

My best friend had his now-ex admit in court she stole his Vicodin prescription for her recreational use, left young kids at home alone so she could go get messages, was banned by the pediatrician from giving the kids medicines because she almost killed one of them by screwing it up so badly, cheated on him, and admitted she had no idea where $40,000 went to because of her out of control spending. And then tried to sucker him into arguments & claimed he had anger issues--that old standby lie most females are encouraged to spew by their lawyers during the divorce. The judge outright laughed at that one.

The sick part, though, is she got 60% custody because the judge said it would be unfair for her to not receive child support and become destitute.

Luckily he has the ability to make some great money and she doesn't, so within a few years, when alimony runs out, she'll be closer to the poor house. And then the kids can live with him full time. The kids already say they want to stay with him, and when the court allows it next year, there goes the child support, too.

/Hope the scuzzbag biatch ends up alone in a crappy one-room apartment.
2012-02-18 11:45:32 AM  
1 votes:

Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: zeroman987: All you hear about is how "we weren't meant to be monogamous" or "he didn't pay enough attention to me". If you have a problem with your spouse or committed partner, you should talk to them and tell them. If you don't want to be with someone TELL THEM and let them move on with their lives before you cheat on them. Cheating is a terrible thing to do and can seriously screw up people's lives.

Wahh!

Someone got dumped, eh?


I'm sorry, that was mean.

I'll just let you all get serious and cry in your beer, and I'll take the jokes elsewhere. Clearly, none of you are in the mood for it. You want to turn this into a discussion about how you've been done wrong, and I'm not going to get in the middle of that sort of thing, since I'm perfectly happy and in love.


With yourself?
2012-02-18 11:44:19 AM  
1 votes:

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.

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 ...


Definitely the funniest post in the thread, vote it up!
2012-02-18 11:28:07 AM  
1 votes:

FarkinHostile: Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: And here's another tip: Most women won't cheat on their male partner/husband/boyfriend unless he's doing something wrong in the first place, and makes himself inaccessible.


Bullshiat.

Women cheat for the same reason men do; because they can. Take it from a guy who used to sleep with a LOT of women who were in relationships (but never married. Personal code for me.)


You don't know as much as you think you do.

/And some of us didn't have a code against married women.
//And you completely missed the punch-line and got all serious, which makes me sad.
2012-02-18 11:17:36 AM  
1 votes:

FarkinHostile: Take it from a guy who used to sleep with a LOT of women who were in relationships (but never married. Personal code for me.)


That you know of. biatches lie.
2012-02-18 11:14:53 AM  
1 votes:

FarkinHostile: Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: And here's another tip: Most women won't cheat on their male partner/husband/boyfriend unless he's doing something wrong in the first place, and makes himself inaccessible.


Bullshiat.

Women cheat for the same reason men do; because they can. Take it from a guy who used to sleep with a LOT of women who were in relationships (but never married. Personal code for me.)


Yeah times have changed after my other break up I didn't want a relationship so I did whoever would let me, my job had me travel and 3 times I had ladies break down crying the next morning saying they shouldn't have cheated on their husbands and numerous more who had wedding rings in their bathrooms. One even called her husband the morning after and talked to her kid and husband, she was a farking crazy biatch in bed and her husband probably had no clue.

Women jump into bed just as quickly as men now, people need to quit acting like women need to have some kind of attachment to a man before she cheats.
2012-02-18 11:03:14 AM  
1 votes:

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.

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.
2012-02-18 10:58:09 AM  
1 votes:

Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: And here's another tip: Most women won't cheat on their male partner/husband/boyfriend unless he's doing something wrong in the first place, and makes himself inaccessible.



Bullshiat.

Women cheat for the same reason men do; because they can. Take it from a guy who used to sleep with a LOT of women who were in relationships (but never married. Personal code for me.)
2012-02-18 10:56:55 AM  
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I might be able to get past the whore part (my GF didn't pick up those skills in church) but being willing to hook up with someone with puffy hair would be unforgivable.
2012-02-18 10:43:48 AM  
1 votes:
Bollocks. If I'm shelling out that kind of cash it's for the Lightman Group or nothing.
2012-02-18 10:30:33 AM  
1 votes:

skatedrifter: Spoiler: She is.


Old joke (attributed to Winston Churchill, I think):

Man to Woman: Would you be willing to have sex with me for a million dollars?

Woman: Yes!

Man: Then would you be willing to have sex with me for five dollars?

Woman: No! What kind of woman do you think I am?

Man: We've already established what kind of woman you are. Now we're just negotiating on the price.
2012-02-18 10:28:25 AM  
1 votes:
British people have horrible taste.
2012-02-18 10:20:56 AM  
1 votes:

FarkinHostile: Kome: He's British. They look like that sometimes.

Other than that, I'm not sure how I feel about this. I've been cheated on, a lot. It would be nice to find out that way rather than, say, feeling a burning need to get an STD test or walk in on them.

As it has already been said, If you feel the need to hire someone to do this, she is already guilty, and the relationship is toxic.

A little saying of mine: "If someones character is so poor that you would believe that they would do something they are accused of doing, they are guilty, regardless of whither or not they actually did it."


/If people talk negatively about you, live in such a way that no one will believe them.


Ah see, that's part of my ambivalence. Because I've been cheated on a lot, it's a worry of mine when I enter a relationship. That's not really fair to someone new, who hasn't given me reason to think she'd cheat. I try to keep my worries in check - talk to friends about it, get their opinion, talk to her about it, let her know that I'm concerned and why. Things like that. I've even tried simply not giving a f*ck. All that did for me was make me seem like I was the one cheating, so that didn't go over well. Really, the only time I never was jealous in a relationship was when I went into one that from the start was open. I had free reign (never used it; never had either the desire nor the opportunity, honestly) and she had free reign (used it a few times) but because the conversation was had before we started going out, I dunno. Made it honest? I had consented to it? Not sure how to explain it.

I think this just appeals to a part of me that still feels embarrassed over the situations I experienced in the previous post, while a different part of me recognizes this for what it is - a way to lose a lot of money without gaining any information you didn't already believe was true anyway.
2012-02-18 10:15:56 AM  
1 votes:

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.


That's dude wouldn't turn a single farkette's head in the States, but in jolly old England, he's a Clooney clone.
2012-02-18 10:00:03 AM  
1 votes:
So it is true, British women go for snaggle-toothed skanks.
2012-02-18 09:49:08 AM  
1 votes:
Honey-trapper: "I'm paid to see if your woman man is a whore"

FTFY
2012-02-18 05:08:36 AM  
1 votes:

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.


Exactly. I guess he goes after ladies who are absolutely desperate.
2012-02-18 02:06:54 AM  
1 votes:
Well, this news article will do wonders for his business I'm sure...
 
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