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Since: Nov 13

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#1 Dec 4, 2013
If a lady that is married and texts your partner about an affair and ruins the relationship, is it ok to tell her husband what she's been doing or just let it go? Just looking for opinions
swinging richard

Weston, WV

#2 Dec 4, 2013
Invite her to join in and make it a threesome.

Since: Sep 13

Clarksburg, WV

#3 Dec 4, 2013
Tell the husband. NEVER let it go.
lol

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#4 Dec 4, 2013
She's A Homewrecker.com Also on fb

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#5 Dec 4, 2013
So you're saying if it's ok for her to wreck the guys relationship, it's ok for him to do the same thing back and show the husband what she's done?
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Dixie Girl

Staunton, VA

#8 Dec 4, 2013
How do you know your partner didn't text her first? And if the relationship was ruined by her texting him then it sounds like the relationship wasn't stable anyway. Did they have a past together? Have you ever thought about speaking to her and asking if there is something you should know about your partner? There are two sides to every story. And my next question would be, how do you know how to contact her husband? Have you and him been in contact before? One person cannot be to blame in this situation and if your partner considered it or done it then he isn't happy with your relationship.

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#9 Dec 5, 2013
There is M & F1 and M & F2. M1 & F2 cheat. F2 tells F1 and breaks them up. Then F2 says it's finished. My question is does M1 tell M2 what his wife was doing, as payback or just move on?
Dixie Girl

Staunton, VA

#10 Dec 5, 2013
That's definitely a sticky situation because the F2 should've already told her spouse if she wanted to honestly repair what was wrong. The poor spouse is setting in the dark, heck if I'd been F1 I would've told the unknown spouse. But I would say someone needs to tell the M2, I look at situations like this, if it was me I would want to know! But I've also had it done to me so of course I feel that way.

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#11 Dec 5, 2013
If M1 doesn't say anything M2 will never know and live happily ever after. Or he can tell and show F2 how it feels.

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#12 Dec 5, 2013
You must tell. You HAVE to tell. It is your moral obligation to do so.

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#13 Dec 5, 2013
But M2 is an innocent victim and will be devistated. Is it worth hurting him just to get payback on her or walk away and let them both live their lives as if nothing ever happened?

Since: Sep 13

Clarksburg, WV

#14 Dec 6, 2013
Christ, you're a Goddamn p*ssy. You freaking tell him so you can hurt them both and get justice. It doesn't matter if the sh*thead had nothing to do with it. He married a vacuous Wh*re.

It is 100 percent worth hurting him, her, any children -- you only get one life F them the F up or you WILL regret it.
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#15 Dec 6, 2013
Space-Cowboy wrote:
Christ, you're a Goddamn p*ssy. You freaking tell him so you can hurt them both and get justice. It doesn't matter if the sh*thead had nothing to do with it. He married a vacuous Wh*re.
It is 100 percent worth hurting him, her, any children -- you only get one life F them the F up or you WILL regret it.
I've seen your posts many times on different topics. I've always known you were a sick twisted SOB. It's one thing to say hurt the husband (which is sad enough) but then you drag children into it and say hurt them too! You're messed up in the head. Please DONT procreate. The world definitely doesn't need any little YOU's running around to spread the twisted way of thinking that you would teach them! Now I realize WHY you have so much free time to post on this site all the time. You obviously are to sick to have a spouse or a life. Maybe one day you can crawl out of mommys basement so someone can teach you some morals.

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#16 Dec 6, 2013
Space cowboy there is a kid involved and I don't think he needs to know. She may not be a perfect wife but she is a great mom. It's not about destroying a family. It's about her thinking she can walk away unscathed and believing she got away with it.
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#21 Dec 7, 2013
Praise-him and Bill-ah both of you have been reported for advocating child abuse.

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#22 Dec 7, 2013
Do what must be done. It has it comin.

Since: Mar 13

Clarksburg, WV

#23 Dec 7, 2013
That so-called "child" reeks of sin. It has been tainted by the wickedness of the [email protected] mother.
space cowboy lover

Weston, WV

#24 Dec 7, 2013
great posts cowboy!!!
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#26 Dec 8, 2013
I only wanted some opinions not rantings about hurting people and their kids. This isn't a religious debate

Since: Sep 13

Clarksburg, WV

#27 Dec 8, 2013
Religion has nothing to do with it. There is no God and there is no such thing as karma. I've learned that their are shallow, thoughtless, and uncommonly fake people out their that commit the most selfish and destructive actions imaginable and if you don't take matters into your own hands (whether that is through the exposing of actions or direct violence) you will not see such individuals pay for those actions in any way, shape, or form.

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