sorry

United States

#23 Aug 17, 2012
I been see a married man for 6 yrs now that don't make me a bad person ,,, everyone won't to say the woman is in the wrong what about the men guess he right ,, men wouldn't be cheating if they happy at home ,,,and men can't leave bc the woman going to take him to count and take everything away from him ,, so they stay and I guess you all think that right lol
Rudy

Perry, GA

#24 Aug 18, 2012
Dontjudge wrote:
As alike that cheating stories sound they aren't all alike. You shouldn't judge people for what they do. Alot of my friends and family thought i was crazy for staying with my husband after finding out and knowing he was cheating. It wou;d have effected alot of other people besides myself if I left. I needed my husband's financial support to see me threw a situation. As I waited for the situation to end I was plotting leaving. Saving money, looking for a job, a place to live, ect. People may have thought I was a fool but he was the fool in the end. He got a HOE I got a life!!! I'm doing just fine without him now
Your husband didn't think she was HOE. As he was cheating on you, he put her over you. PERIOD. You did not refer to youre husband as a HOE. He went to her for something you no longer can give him. He is the one you should be furious with, not her. First of all you're life is you're life. If you live it for "other people" you are weak to start with. Using you're husband for financial support makes you weak. You used the word "plotting" obviously you have somewhat of a dishonest side also. Pride and self respect has no dollar value and you sold yours. Bottom line is, you we're not good for each other. Now its over and hopefully BOTH of you will be fine.
huff n puff

United States

#25 Aug 18, 2012
sorry wrote:
I been see a married man for 6 yrs now that don't make me a bad person ,,, everyone won't to say the woman is in the wrong what about the men guess he right ,, men wouldn't be cheating if they happy at home ,,,and men can't leave bc the woman going to take him to count and take everything away from him ,, so they stay and I guess you all think that right lol
Question:
Does he tell u that he loves u?
Does he say that he's going to leave his wife for u?
Girl, he ain't gonna do that. And he sure as hell don't love u. He's getting his cake and eating it too.
Give him a choice. Tell him its either u or his wife. Lets see how long he stays with u. Your trash for even doing that with a MARRIED man. And karma knows it. U just wait. One of these your gonna find u a man that u love and cherish and he's gonna cheat on u.
Content

Perry, GA

#26 Aug 18, 2012
huff n puff wrote:
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Question:
Does he tell u that he loves u?
Does he say that he's going to leave his wife for u?
Girl, he ain't gonna do that. And he sure as hell don't love u. He's getting his cake and eating it too.
Give him a choice. Tell him its either u or his wife. Lets see how long he stays with u. Your trash for even doing that with a MARRIED man. And karma knows it. U just wait. One of these your gonna find u a man that u love and cherish and he's gonna cheat on u.
Huff n Puff this only you're opinion. I have seen a married man for ten years. He does tell me he loves me and he shows me in even more ways. I do not want him to leave his wife and kids because I do not want the responsibility of opening my home to their lifestyle nor his debt. I love doing as I please when I want to. He has told me numerous times that he wished he had my life. Commitment is overrated. Just enjoy life & roll with it. I laugh at karma :)
Robyn

United States

#27 Aug 18, 2012
Content wrote:
<quoted text>Huff n Puff this only you're opinion. I have seen a married man for ten years. He does tell me he loves me and he shows me in even more ways. I do not want him to leave his wife and kids because I do not want the responsibility of opening my home to their lifestyle nor his debt. I love doing as I please when I want to. He has told me numerous times that he wished he had my life. Commitment is overrated. Just enjoy life & roll with it. I laugh at karma :)
I do admire you for your independence and standing your ground for what you want. You feel it in your own heart when someone loves you. You're the only one who has to be comfortable in your own skin. I'm not one to say if its right or wrong. It is what it is.
Hah

United States

#28 Aug 18, 2012
Bahaha wrote:
You know who you are if you are reading this and every time you think about throwing that little thing around - think twice - because the receptacle on the other end is probably laughing at you.
I imagine your receptacle is as large as your mouth! Booyaa!
saying it straight

Granbury, TX

#29 Aug 18, 2012
Content wrote:
<quoted text>Huff n Puff this only you're opinion. I have seen a married man for ten years. He does tell me he loves me and he shows me in even more ways. I do not want him to leave his wife and kids because I do not want the responsibility of opening my home to their lifestyle nor his debt. I love doing as I please when I want to. He has told me numerous times that he wished he had my life. Commitment is overrated. Just enjoy life & roll with it. I laugh at karma :)
This is for your married man, Tell me where'd you find that no good white trash hoe? LOL!
Dontjudge

Nicholasville, KY

#30 Aug 18, 2012
sorry wrote:
I been see a married man for 6 yrs now that don't make me a bad person ,,, everyone won't to say the woman is in the wrong what about the men guess he right ,, men wouldn't be cheating if they happy at home ,,,and men can't leave bc the woman going to take him to count and take everything away from him ,, so they stay and I guess you all think that right lol
I'm sorry I disagree with u! Put the shoe on the other foot Hon. How many people does this affair hurt? In my case our children, grand children, parents, and even friends were effected. It wasn't just me, him, and her!!! If he wasn't happy at home, he should have left before he created another mess!!! It's mostly his fault this happened, but if women like u had some values and morals u would have ran the other way when u knew he was married. If he cheated on me with u, he will cheat on u with another honey! As far as everything He has, if it's a marriage, it was everything THEY had. If he doesn't want to loose everything THEY worked towards in their marriage, maybe he should have stuck by his marriage vowels and tried to fix the problems in the marriage rather than give his wife reason to get more in court haha!
Dontjudge

Nicholasville, KY

#31 Aug 18, 2012
Rudy wrote:
<quoted text> Your husband didn't think she was HOE. As he was cheating on you, he put her over you. PERIOD. You did not refer to youre husband as a HOE. He went to her for something you no longer can give him. He is the one you should be furious with, not her. First of all you're life is you're life. If you live it for "other people" you are weak to start with. Using you're husband for financial support makes you weak. You used the word "plotting" obviously you have somewhat of a dishonest side also. Pride and self respect has no dollar value and you sold yours. Bottom line is, you we're not good for each other. Now its over and hopefully BOTH of you will be fine.
See you are judging without knowing details. My husband does think she is a hoe. She is so desperate she jumps at his every need. He uses her for what ever he wants her to do. I know he is cheating on her already. Karma is a great thing! I always had my needs first and still do, PERIOD! I was furious with him, but she knew he was married from the day she met him, she put herself in this situation! therefore she deserved everything she will get. In a 20 plus year marriage u kinda tend to believe u can depend on a spouse to give or take a lil more than 50 percent at times, especially when u are caring for one of his dying family members! That's why I depended on his financial help during that time. Yea I may have sold my pride and respect, but the price was worth making a difference in someone's life that truely loved me and I love too. I plotted against him only to assure I will be ok without him. He wasn't looking out for me like he promise to do when we married!
Rudy

Perry, GA

#32 Aug 19, 2012
Dontjudge wrote:
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See you are judging without knowing details. My husband does think she is a hoe. She is so desperate she jumps at his every need. He uses her for what ever he wants her to do. I know he is cheating on her already. Karma is a great thing! I always had my needs first and still do, PERIOD! I was furious with him, but she knew he was married from the day she met him, she put herself in this situation! therefore she deserved everything she will get. In a 20 plus year marriage u kinda tend to believe u can depend on a spouse to give or take a lil more than 50 percent at times, especially when u are caring for one of his dying family members! That's why I depended on his financial help during that time. Yea I may have sold my pride and respect, but the price was worth making a difference in someone's life that truely loved me and I love too. I plotted against him only to assure I will be ok without him. He wasn't looking out for me like he promise to do when we married!
Your husband told you what he wanted you to hear. Regardless of what be called her she meant more to him than you and everything else. Why would you believe a word he said?!!! You already know he's lied hundreds of times and he's definitely not to be trusted. STOP blaming the "hoe". You have no idea what bullshit he told her. This is a two edged sword. I truly am sorry for your hurt but your ex is a piece of shit. Look how many people he hurt and will continue to hurt. He LOVES no one but himself. I hope you find peace in your life now and someday someone to love you like you deserve.

childish

Nicholasville, KY

#33 Aug 19, 2012
demonfairy wrote:
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here's my question tho..and this is not referring to me but to someone in my family...he cheats on his wife with her best friend then the wife divorces him and he marries the friend is she in the wrong for marrying him? i would think so bc in my mind once a cheater always a cheater...
Maybe instead of talking crap about their life you should mind your business. No one is perfect! Take care of yours instead of worrying bout other peoples. Lets hope your man is always where he says he is?
hiya

Jasper, IN

#34 Aug 19, 2012
Thank god for the Internet and texting. I love finding new women all the time. I love having my fun :) any ladies looking?
Dontjudge

Nicholasville, KY

#35 Aug 19, 2012
Rudy wrote:
<quoted text>Your husband told you what he wanted you to hear. Regardless of what be called her she meant more to him than you and everything else. Why would you believe a word he said?!!! You already know he's lied hundreds of times and he's definitely not to be trusted. STOP blaming the "hoe". You have no idea what bullshit he told her. This is a two edged sword. I truly am sorry for your hurt but your ex is a piece of shit. Look how many people he hurt and will continue to hurt. He LOVES no one but himself. I hope you find peace in your life now and someday someone to love you like you deserve.
I know my husband better than he knows himself. I even peacefully talked to her several times. I know what he told her (from her own mouth). I know u can catch alot more flies with honey than u can with vinager. I was nice to her to get info. I know it all boils down to him being at fault, but she had fault also. She has never had a man to work everyday and not drink. She was after security and was pretty persistent to get it. She intended to break up our marriage and he allowed it, therefore it's both their faults. He used her to to gain his freedom. He still won't move in with her or allow her to move in with him. She still kisses his ass and does whatever he asks her to do. I'm not the fool here! I know he loves me as much as he is capable of loving another person. It's still not enough for a relationship. It did take me a while to realize that. I know he wanted his cake and eat it too. He had me at home to do all his work for him and had his fun with her. But I finally wised up and let her have all the fun. I told them both when I left we would all get what we deserve in the end. I know she is being cheated on for a fact now, she will figure out soon she got hers. He will realize someday he lost the best thing in his life, that was me! As for me, I have been dating some. I am happy and secure living alone now. I do still depend on him to help me out sometimes and he is always there for me! Why shouldn't I allow him to take care of my probs for me? He did promise to take care of me for life! If she doesnt like it she can handle it the same way I did.
Funny

Louisville, KY

#36 Aug 19, 2012
That piece of crap that ur referring to above^^ sounds like Richard clay and Melinda hope... Lol
Truth

Nicholasville, KY

#37 Aug 22, 2012
Bahaha wrote:
To all men who think they are slick - before you go sneaking around and cheating - make sure you have more than 3 inches to give. Save yourself the embarrassment. Do us all a favor and beat it.
well im glad I got nine inchs to use :)
confused

Lexington, KY

#38 Aug 22, 2012
@ dontjudge, you keep calling him your husband yet you say you are fine living alone. did you just leave or get smarter and divorce him?
Do over

Lexington, KY

#39 Aug 22, 2012
My dad cheated on my mom more than once,In the mid eighties he came home and told her he was leaving to be with the woman he'd been seeing for about two years.I was about eleven then. Anyway, he didn't leave..the other woman didn't either...My mom got out three years ago and my aunt finished raising me. Think about the innocent people all of you hurt.
wow

Lexington, KY

#40 Aug 22, 2012
Where did this happen? How did she kill them? I'm not trying to be nosey. I remember my Mother talking about this. She said they deserved what they got.I don't know if this is the same one or not.
I agree

Louisville, KY

#41 Aug 22, 2012
"]My dad cheated on my mom more than once,In the mid eighties he came home and told her he was leaving to be with the woman he'd been seeing for about two years.I was about eleven then. Anyway, he didn't leave..the other woman didn't either...My mom got out three years ago and my aunt finished raising me. Think about the innocent people all of you hurt.
Your mom ROCKS!!! More woman need to do this on those cheating husbands...
HEHE

Nicholasville, KY

#42 Aug 23, 2012
Truth wrote:
<quoted text> well im glad I got nine inchs to use :)
Is that with or with the TOY?

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