TEYA

Nicholasville, KY

#72 Aug 25, 2013
Wifebanger wrote:
Richmond is the best place to be. More married women lonely and cheating here than anywhere else I have traveled to. Look them in the eye, smile and start talking. Next thing you know, a good time in the parking lot and leave with a smile. Gotta love this town.
PS...Lowe's has always been the best for me as well.:)
your name must Rob Hacker.
Dumas staker

United States

#73 Aug 25, 2013
Cheater Hater wrote:
<quoted text>Spoken like a worthless POS cheater. Full of assumptions and full of chit!
Oh I hit a nerve. I may be POS. But you can bet your fat azzzz, I won't be cheating.

“Smokin' Hot'n'Feelin' Groovy”

Since: Apr 12

Here, There, and Everywhere,..

#74 Aug 25, 2013
I've Been Sleeping With a Divorced Woman,...
cheater hater

United States

#75 Aug 25, 2013
Dumas staker wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh I hit a nerve. I may be POS. But you can bet your fat azzzz, I won't be cheating.
There you go again with the assumptions or is that a Freudian slip?
eeee ma gi naaa tion

Richmond, KY

#76 Aug 26, 2013
Anything is possible in Imagination Land! To you and me, he's just a perv that stares at ladies at Lowes, but in his mind and on topix, he's having his way with them and not his own sticky palms.

Magical!
hmm wrote:
<quoted text>
How does that happen? Lol I mean what...u are talking then all of a sudden u ask if they wanna go out to ur car? Just curious how it works like that
who did you marry

Lexington, KY

#77 Aug 26, 2013
the thread said men that sleep with married women, right???? so, why is it the man's fault??? did this other guy take a vow with you? or was it your cheating wife? so much easier to blame and be hateful to someone you don't know compared to your cheating wife!!!!!!

gotta love topix
Gentleman

Lexington, KY

#79 Aug 26, 2013
Ladies just want a gentleman, nice smile, sweet talk and attention. Married/single/divorced they all want the same. The results are the same as "Wifebanger" says, they leave with a warm feeling and a smile.
ga ga pee pap

Berea, KY

#80 Aug 26, 2013
I just hate to see a woman in need. Even if its just dick she needs.
guy

Lexington, KY

#81 Aug 26, 2013
ga ga pee pap wrote:
I just hate to see a woman in need. Even if its just dick she needs.
Me too. I'd gladly help out any lady. I love to please. Ill take care of u when hubby won't. If any ladies interested
Dumas staker

Langley, KY

#82 Aug 26, 2013
Cheater Hater, I could spin your world upside down.. See hate is such a strong word. The Bible even says that very thing you hate you become. That's why I have concerns with your name. And your post. So its evident you were busted. Now you're trying to hate your way out. It just won't work for ya!
TrollyMcTrollski

San Jose, CA

#83 Aug 26, 2013
Hahaha you found out it was a cousin!! Hahahaha
Sad

Lexington, KY

#84 Aug 27, 2013
Why can we not have comments from women on here that don't use the electric shopping carts at Lowe's, cause their ass is to big.
Gentleman

Lexington, KY

#85 Aug 28, 2013
It works!! I went in today and found that lonely little lady all alone. A gentleman does not kiss and tell, but oh'my.:)
Karma calling

Paris, KY

#87 Dec 1, 2013
Dirty Little Secrets wrote:
Does anyone know a man that has slept with a married woman or the other way around do you know a married woman that has slept with a single man?
Michael Woodlen Sharp slept with my wife at least once claiming "he thought we were separated." He is supposedly married himself with an underage kid in the house. He is an emotional predator according to my marriage counselor and all men need to be wary if their wife/girlfriend meets a new "friend" named Michael. God will have my vengeance on him and I certainly hope leprosy is involved. This douchebag will exploit your woman's weaknesses and wedge himself into your relationship. He knows what to say and how to push her away from you. God is everywhere Michael, so when it happens, I hope it makes the news.
heads up

Richmond, KY

#88 Dec 2, 2013
Karma calling wrote:
<quoted text>
Michael Woodlen Sharp slept with my wife at least once claiming "he thought we were separated." He is supposedly married himself with an underage kid in the house. He is an emotional predator according to my marriage counselor and all men need to be wary if their wife/girlfriend meets a new "friend" named Michael. God will have my vengeance on him and I certainly hope leprosy is involved. This douchebag will exploit your woman's weaknesses and wedge himself into your relationship. He knows what to say and how to push her away from you. God is everywhere Michael, so when it happens, I hope it makes the news.
Got news for ya, bud:

Your wife, and / or your marriage, were weak to begin with, if any con man was able to wiggle his way into your spouse; a good woman and a strong marriage would have been able to resist any such advances easily. The only exception would have been straight up blunt-force rape.

Assigning blame to the third party is a cop-out that many people use to dodge that plain and simple truth. It's easier than looking inward, at facing our roles in our own misfortunes. I've done it, so I know. Don't feel bad, it took me 3 tries to find a truly good, strong woman, AND to learn how to treat her right so that she'd never stray. But looking back, I know now that in the 1st case I picked a crazy, dysfunctional nutjob that was almost certain to stray, and in the 2nd case I failed on a lot of fronts that made her miserable enough to be vulnerable to another man's advances.

Horndogs looking to nail other people's women (and adversely, broken bitches that think the number of married men they can get = a replacement for REAL self-esteem and self worth) are everywhere, and they are not bound by any law of the land to respect the boundaries of your marriage. And the laws of the land protect their rights not to adhere to whatever moral or spiritual rules you may play by.

So accept that either your marriage needs work, or that your woman just isn't a keeper, and quit blaming the outside forces at work, which you cannot and will not EVER have control of, anyway.

We live in world full of temptation and unscrupulous people. It's like living in Tornado Alley: If you build a strong house with a solid storm shelter, you'll come through the inevitable storms alive. But if you choose a mobile home or some shack... well, you're screwed. You can then spend all day blaming the tornado, or learn from it and wise up.

Or just keep playing the blame game, and go through it again and again.
Karma calling

Paris, KY

#89 Dec 2, 2013
heads up wrote:
<quoted text>
Got news for ya, bud:
Your wife, and / or your marriage, were weak to begin with, if any con man was able to wiggle his way into your spouse; a good woman and a strong marriage would have been able to resist any such advances easily. The only exception would have been straight up blunt-force rape.
Assigning blame to the third party is a cop-out that many people use to dodge that plain and simple truth. It's easier than looking inward, at facing our roles in our own misfortunes. I've done it, so I know. Don't feel bad, it took me 3 tries to find a truly good, strong woman, AND to learn how to treat her right so that she'd never stray. But looking back, I know now that in the 1st case I picked a crazy, dysfunctional nutjob that was almost certain to stray, and in the 2nd case I failed on a lot of fronts that made her miserable enough to be vulnerable to another man's advances.
Horndogs looking to nail other people's women (and adversely, broken bitches that think the number of married men they can get = a replacement for REAL self-esteem and self worth) are everywhere, and they are not bound by any law of the land to respect the boundaries of your marriage. And the laws of the land protect their rights not to adhere to whatever moral or spiritual rules you may play by.
So accept that either your marriage needs work, or that your woman just isn't a keeper, and quit blaming the outside forces at work, which you cannot and will not EVER have control of, anyway.
We live in world full of temptation and unscrupulous people. It's like living in Tornado Alley: If you build a strong house with a solid storm shelter, you'll come through the inevitable storms alive. But if you choose a mobile home or some shack... well, you're screwed. You can then spend all day blaming the tornado, or learn from it and wise up.
Or just keep playing the blame game, and go through it again and again.
Oh my wife and I have gone to counseling. Factors have been identified that led to the infidelity. I don't care if the "third party" plays by the same rules of marriage (which he doesn't seem to care about along with his minor child at home). I really don't care about society's rules either. Those have modified and changed over time. There are a lot of factors and issues that I chose not to reveal here that have impacted the entire situation. I also have the option to step outside the "rules of society" and take matters into my own hands. Will I? Time will tell. Your situation is totally different from mine so I reject any of your basis. The originator of the thread asked if anyone knew a man or woman who cheated so I have an answer.

There are many avenues I could have taken. I chose to forgive my wife and accept her back into our marriage. Michael knew what he was doing and for that God will deal with him and for that I cannot hope but to see some classic wrath pour down on him.

So I have identified one of the married cheaters in Richmond
heads up

Richmond, KY

#90 Dec 3, 2013
Karma calling wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh my wife and I have gone to counseling. Factors have been identified that led to the infidelity. I don't care if the "third party" plays by the same rules of marriage (which he doesn't seem to care about along with his minor child at home). I really don't care about society's rules either. Those have modified and changed over time. There are a lot of factors and issues that I chose not to reveal here that have impacted the entire situation. I also have the option to step outside the "rules of society" and take matters into my own hands. Will I? Time will tell. Your situation is totally different from mine so I reject any of your basis. The originator of the thread asked if anyone knew a man or woman who cheated so I have an answer.
There are many avenues I could have taken. I chose to forgive my wife and accept her back into our marriage. Michael knew what he was doing and for that God will deal with him and for that I cannot hope but to see some classic wrath pour down on him.
So I have identified one of the married cheaters in Richmond
Karma calling wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh my wife and I have gone to counseling. Factors have been identified that led to the infidelity. I don't care if the "third party" plays by the same rules of marriage (which he doesn't seem to care about along with his minor child at home). I really don't care about society's rules either. Those have modified and changed over time. There are a lot of factors and issues that I chose not to reveal here that have impacted the entire situation. I also have the option to step outside the "rules of society" and take matters into my own hands. Will I? Time will tell. Your situation is totally different from mine so I reject any of your basis. The originator of the thread asked if anyone knew a man or woman who cheated so I have an answer.
There are many avenues I could have taken. I chose to forgive my wife and accept her back into our marriage. Michael knew what he was doing and for that God will deal with him and for that I cannot hope but to see some classic wrath pour down on him.
So I have identified one of the married cheaters in Richmond
If by choosing to "step outside the 'rules of society'" you mean that you are considering the commission of a crime, don't. You'd be acting out against someone other than the one person responsible for your wife being faithful: Her. And I'm not saying you should beat or shoot her instead; I'm saying that while your implied violence might make you feel better (or adversely, simply result in your own ass being beaten / shot, depending on the capabilities of your chosen target), it will not in fact change anything. If anything, your incarceration would provide a golden opportunity for your already proven cheater-of-a-spouse to do it again.

But even without that specific opportunity, often enough, once a cheater, always a cheater; she'll likely find the opportunity to do it again, or it will find her, sooner or later. And your noble forgiveness has only shown her that she can get away with it.

WHEN it happens again, you can try to comfort yourself by putting the man's name on blast on Topix again like he's the problem, you can make good on your threats and act out against him (though if that were likely, you'd not be here mincing words about it), you can huff and puff and forgive her again, tell yourself once more how different your situation is from others, extoll the merits of counseling, and reject others' conclusions all you like. None of that will change the fact that another man once again got balls deep into your cheating wife, nor will you be any less a fool picking her, and barring that, for not leaving her for cheating the first time - provided this Michael was even the first. If she was dishonest enough to bone around on you once, who's to she's not lied about or concealed other adventures?

You can never be sure again.
rationalize much

Richmond, KY

#91 Dec 3, 2013
Karma calling wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh my wife and I have gone to counseling. Factors have been identified that led to the infidelity. I don't care if the "third party" plays by the same rules of marriage (which he doesn't seem to care about along with his minor child at home). I really don't care about society's rules either. Those have modified and changed over time. There are a lot of factors and issues that I chose not to reveal here that have impacted the entire situation. I also have the option to step outside the "rules of society" and take matters into my own hands. Will I? Time will tell. Your situation is totally different from mine so I reject any of your basis. The originator of the thread asked if anyone knew a man or woman who cheated so I have an answer.
There are many avenues I could have taken. I chose to forgive my wife and accept her back into our marriage. Michael knew what he was doing and for that God will deal with him and for that I cannot hope but to see some classic wrath pour down on him.
So I have identified one of the married cheaters in Richmond
it's clear you've fooled yourself into thinking you can somehow change or fix a cheater, or place the blame on someone or something else besides her or you. you will have to learn the hard way. it's not the "homewreckers" of the world that make cheaters, or demons you can have exercised, or some broken belt or popped fuse you can systematically mend. people that cheat have fundamental flaws in their upbringing that cripple their ability to be honest and true and to govern themselves and their impulses despite adversity. it becomes a part of who they are that your measly after-the-fact efforts cannot change. that is why cheaters cheat again, and why you will one day eat your words.
Karma calling

Paris, KY

#92 Dec 3, 2013
rationalize much wrote:
<quoted text>
it's clear you've fooled yourself into thinking you can somehow change or fix a cheater, or place the blame on someone or something else besides her or you. you will have to learn the hard way. it's not the "homewreckers" of the world that make cheaters, or demons you can have exercised, or some broken belt or popped fuse you can systematically mend. people that cheat have fundamental flaws in their upbringing that cripple their ability to be honest and true and to govern themselves and their impulses despite adversity. it becomes a part of who they are that your measly after-the-fact efforts cannot change. that is why cheaters cheat again, and why you will one day eat your words.
Whether I eat my words or another cheating happens I again dismiss and categorically don't care about your opinions. My identification is complete and I am satisfied. If my forgiveness is taken advantage of then it is on her not me. Make your graphic assertions all you want. You shall get no rise out if me. Honor was taught to me from a young age and I choose to live my life my way.

Michael, you will get yours as my wife has already suffered her punishment and will suffer the repercussions for the rest of her life for which she will give account to God.

Punishment from God can take many forms. A child going astray in life with drugs or crime could be a consequence. Financial hardship, loss of a loved one...who know how the Almighty may choose to punish. You want to call me a fool, go ahead and waste some of the finite breath God has given you for your life. I don't care. My wife knows she was in the wrong and we have reconciled our marriage.
Between the Lines

United States

#93 Dec 3, 2013
Karma calling wrote:
<quoted text>
Whether I eat my words or another cheating happens I again dismiss and categorically don't care about your opinions. My identification is complete and I am satisfied. If my forgiveness is taken advantage of then it is on her not me. Make your graphic assertions all you want. You shall get no rise out if me. Honor was taught to me from a young age and I choose to live my life my way.
Michael, you will get yours as my wife has already suffered her punishment and will suffer the repercussions for the rest of her life for which she will give account to God.
Punishment from God can take many forms. A child going astray in life with drugs or crime could be a consequence. Financial hardship, loss of a loved one...who know how the Almighty may choose to punish. You want to call me a fool, go ahead and waste some of the finite breath God has given you for your life. I don't care. My wife knows she was in the wrong and we have reconciled our marriage.
Christ! No wonder she cheated on you. Between you invoking the wrath of God with every other breath, and thinking you have it all figured out, you probably dried her up just by speaking.

Yeah, I'm sure it'll last for you two this time. Clearly you have a handle on everything, the way you're droning on and on about it Topix to convince yourself. Sure, sure, Sport.

And if you didn't care about others' assessments, why respond to them so? Did the people who taught you your version of "honor" also teach you self-contradiction and hypocrisy? Well, at least you got two of the three down pat.

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