You know who else knew he was married? He did. I don’t know why people tend to place blame on one person in situations like this
@The next plague, equally POS's
@The next plague, thank you the person in the relationship is the main person to blame
@The next plague, dang she fell on his d1ck be easy on them
@The next plague, Not that I consider it particularly plausible that a man could be guilt free in this situation, but perhaps she came on to him in some very obvious way, but he didn’t reciprocate. For example, sending him nudes or something. I had a coworker try to get me to come over to her place, knowing I was married, after a work event one night.
@Ray213, yeah, both at fault if she knew he was married, but alot more of the blame towards the guy. At that point the woman could and would have been anyone, and who knows maybe there was a couple girls before who said no because of that. He was going to ruin his life either way, but she's also a pos for still going through with it.
@The next plague, since the home is wrecked, im pretty sure he got his piece of the share, i think we're just seeing the extra here
@The next plague, this sign was Clearly made by the wife, and probably with the husband’s money. Trust me both guilty people parties took a blow.
@salty joe, equally Point Of Sales?
I'm more interested in that race track off to the right. Let's go zoom zoom mfers
@Swift Justice, Dibs on the blue one!!!
@Classic Rambo, Dibs on the fast one in pole position!
@bowlnmike, that's a rookie move, the best one is always the one with a "loose" exhaust that can whoop some ass!!
While it is kind of shîtty to do. Its totally the married dude's fault for caving.
@Swolekage, both of their faults.
@Swift Justice, you think so? Because the way I look at it is that one is single and can flirt with anyone right(until told otherwise)? But the one who's got a ring is the one who has to have the moral high ground. Again, still shîtty to go for a married person, buuut, if the dude consensually went for it then that's on him.
@Swift Justice, sure it takes two to tango so to speak but the blame solely lies on the one who is breaking their oath with their significant other. While “Hannah” is also a bad person she is not nearly as terrible as the one who has an affair. I think of it as one being an accessory to a crime and the other being the actual criminal. I mean it isn’t other people’s job to stop a jerk from cheating, they made that choice on their own anyone else involved is just an accessory to that choice.
@George Feeny, the accessory to the crime is treated as guilty as well so you're kinda defeating your own argument with that example... Lol they're both criminals because they both caused it to happen.
@Swift Justice, lol my point was that both are at fault by the accessory isn’t treated to as high a crime as the actual perpetrator. At best it’s 60-40 split. I’m not saying it makes you a good person or something stupid like that I’m saying cheating on someone makes you inherently worse then someone who knowingly dates someone in a relationship.
@Swift Justice, but hey If you want to consider both being equally bad that’s cool as honestly I think both suck just one sucks more
Revenge is never a solution.
Walk away being the better person, it leaves you with a greater sense of pride and happyness than revenge will leave you with.
@bonja, although that does sound nice it doesn't work so well in real life, also walking away just doesn't cut it for a lot of people
@bonja, if there are kids involved, it's not so easy to walk away. Mummy and daddy are splitting up, we'll probably have to move, we'll have less money because we now need two homes and double the bills, because one of us cannot forgive the unfortunate human condition of needing the wrong kind of attention
I wonder if there was a better way to resolve this.
I know that woman is angry and rightly so but that didn't solve anything, I doubt it made her feel any better either.
@Catman649, i thought it was funny. Maybe she was just doing it to get some laughs
@Catman649, it’s always easy to look at someone else’s problems and judge their actions but it’s a hell of a lot harder to live their problems then judge them
@VibratingButtChomper, true but given how many crazy people have done something like vandalism in revenge for cheating I think it is smart to discourage this type of response.you know either talk things out or try and move on this kind of response will normally just lead to more trouble and escalate the situation.
@George Feeny, for clarification I am calling them crazy because committing vandalism in a obvious manner just leads to you looking like the bad person and having to pay to fix it.
Oh good old Ohio. This is right before a town called Beavercreek.