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Nah, she wasn't going to cheat with anybody but me. Why settle for a McDonald's hamburger when you wanted the filet mignon?
How did you feel about the guys paying to plow your girlfriend while you were together?
They took the time to codify this in a Commandment. I'm pretty sure it's morally wrong.
If you are that good, then the net good of her sleeping with you is increased.
Also if she is willing to sleep with anyone, the marriage is broken (or her husband is okay with it) so all of those negative consequences are going to happen.
That's a very liberal interpretation of "neighbor."
I've never slept with a married woman...
without the consent and / or presence of her husband.
Not a jack ass. I am a 4 star poster on RCMB - spartanfan48413
Someone cheats as a byproduct of dissatisfaction with their relationship. The specific person they do it with is somewhat inconsequential. There's also situations where people stay together for their kids but are allowed physical intimacy with others, etc.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
So someone else said it's wrong, so I'll say it's wrong?
It's the mentality of hey, I'm not happy and I'm too lazy to try and work on it, therefore I'm entitled to do what I want, even if it means breaking the sanctity of marriage. #YOLO
This post was edited by naegeleterp 15 months ago
Why shouldn't people be entitled to happiness? "Breaking the sanctity of marriage" is nothing more than empty rhetoric romanticizing an outdated social convention.
Sure, pursue happiness. But obviously we're on opposite sides of the spectrum when it comes to how far you should go.
It made me feel special that I got to do all my plowing for free!
Don't you ever get tired of being both wrong and annoying?
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
The cheater is screwing up their family, not the outside party.
If it was a friend, I would be pissed off at him. If its a random guy, it'd be silly to go after him after the fact, my anger would be with her. I don't get why this is so hard to wrap your head around.
This. I've been in both situations. Suques all around and is best avoided. Most of you are thinking along the lines of a drunk night at the bar but my affair was with someone I knew for years.
I'd also like to add if the woman has children and isn't already divorced or separated shes a terrible person.IF there aren't children involved its a bit different.
But its always been my motto If you wanna fuck someone else just leave, then you can fuck whomever you want and it doesnt sting as bad for the other person. At least then you can be amicable. (with or without children)
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jgdomino 15 months ago
Pic Sigs are for losers.
sleeping with a married person is wrong, but it's only like 1% as wrong as the married person sleeping with you. just completely different levels, it's the married person's responsibility to not cheat.
btw, women cheat when the relationships already shit and has been for a long time. guys can cheat because a young hot piece of ass shows attention.
Yes - have had the v-rod for a few years. Don't really ride it all that much - it is a 2004 VRSB. Less than 3,000 miles. Fun toy though.
The other rule is I don't date women who work for or are affiliated with the company I work for - too much downside. Would rather not share the 3rd rule - it is a bit shallow.
Fine. 4 minutes of excitement. The humblebrag guilt was killing me.
Random Jr's Mom cheated on me. At the time, I was extremely angry, but in retrospect our marriage was way over. I couldn't bring myself to cheat (Dad was a poon hound) so I have this moral nondisposition to being that guy. We tried to stick it out for Jr's sake; I'm talking 4 years of living separately in the same house but eventually the stress and loneliness got to her.
An issue that hasn't been discussed is confessions. I got one and it was the most insulting part of her cheating. She had guilt and who better to dump that on than the schmo who was getting cheated on.
So the worst part was telling me; well ok, maybe the actual cheating, that was the worst part. :NormMacDonaldTerp
N.B. ... this was a long time ago. Jr's fine and my ex just sent me a sympathy card for my Mom passing away; she will be absolutely welcomed at the memorial service. The current Mrs. Random and the ex have become yentas whenever Jr changes girlfriends.
Sometimes you just pick the wrong person to try to make it till death do you part. Rosters get adjusted; players lose their scholarships. Doesn't make anybody bad.
Negative consequences are not null, just the opposite. Most violent crimes are crimes of passion (which directly relate to this topic).
I know this topic (non-sports) are mostly tongue in cheek, as are most of the responses. However, in real life there is way more potential for negative than the very limited positive of temporary sexual gratification.
As stated earlier, most of the time when married women cheat it's because something is wrong with their relationship... usually lack of intimacy, both sexual and emotional.
From my experience, when you sleep with a married women it actually helps her relationship. The husband is usually sexually bored with her but might want the relationship to continue for other reasons. Assuming financial stability, the woman usually wants to stay in the relationship but needs the intimacy. The other dude provides the aspect that the husband doesn't want to provide.
Win-win-win for all.
My experience says otherwise, lose-lose for all. It all depends on age and what the woman feels she can gain by staying married or becoming single again.
You clearly didn't read my whole post.
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