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Which Cliche was Your Relationship's Infidelity?

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hansvoleman posted 4/30/2019 09:41 AM

WW1: Fell in love with our boss because he "just understood her so well"
WW3: Fell for a guy who bought some of MY stuff on Ebay! He lived at the other end of the country. He was just a friend and was so "kind".

Do I win a prize for 2 types of tacky cliche?

Rustylife posted 4/30/2019 09:56 AM

Coworker from similar background who just gets her and won't ever challenge her worldview.

tikismom posted 4/30/2019 10:04 AM

ExGF. She made him feel young & alive again.

Chili posted 4/30/2019 10:27 AM

Medical diagnosis freaky deaky.

"Better use this thing as much as possible before it falls off + I want to act like I'm 20 again + I have zero coping skills."

The1stWife posted 4/30/2019 11:07 AM

Typical mid life crisis Affair.

She was 20 years younger. Covered in tattoos (which goes so well with his corporate image). She was single and no kids but lots of drama drama drama.

Funny how when I told him he was free to go and be with her he was begging for another chance. I guess she ainít all that!

BetrayedPR77 posted 4/30/2019 11:08 AM

Mutual friend (now POSOM) who made her feel "special".

Hold2win posted 4/30/2019 11:52 AM

My wife went back to her abusive ex-bf.. not sure which cliche that is but the action alone just makes her plain dumb

Want2BHappyAgain posted 4/30/2019 12:06 PM

she was such a nice person and just wanted him to be happy

^^^THIS was what my H said to me about the adultery co-conspirator on DDay. When she sent a reply to his NC message to her...she was everything BUT a nice person who only wanted him to be happy .

I had heard a long time ago that if a married man KNEW he could fuck another woman and his wife would never find out...he would do it. My H argued with me at the time that this was NOT true...then proved himself wrong .

Oddly...since I have been on this site...thanks to some pretty AMAZING BH's...I don't believe this saying is true . I want to THANK you guys who ARE honorable for giving me HOPE that not all men are like this !!!

hikingout posted 4/30/2019 12:14 PM

Midlife crisis/empty nest.

ibonnie posted 4/30/2019 12:22 PM

she was such a nice person and just wanted him to be happy


^^^THIS was what my H said to me about the adultery co-conspirator on DDay. When she sent a reply to his NC message to her...she was everything BUT a nice person who only wanted him to be happy.

Same! Cheaters are so stupid lol. When my WS ended his affair (in person), his AP physically assaulted him. Punched him in the face and scratched him. So much for just wanting him to be happy, right?

nervousnelly posted 4/30/2019 12:27 PM

Midlife crisis/empty nest.

...with a lot of "we just grew apart; you didn't pay me attention" thrown in there. Street ran both ways but I didn't go out looking for validation/ego boost. But with a Hot Young 'Thang making him feel studly, how could I compete? All the while I assume she was looking for a meal ticket.

crazyblindsided posted 4/30/2019 12:29 PM

Cliche #1: We didn't have enough sex and were roommates

Cliche #2: He wanted to see if I was REALLY "The One"

Ripped62 posted 4/30/2019 12:39 PM

Cliche #1: Nasty ass MIlF (my wayward wife)

Cliche #2: This one is broken and I need to upgrade to a another model.

Cliche #3: You two have been married for so long. He will forgive you if he makes it.


My wife was substantially older than her paramour MILF. She engaged in her adultery while I was recovering from a severe injury that required surgery and an extensive recovery.

Lemondrop10 posted 4/30/2019 12:58 PM

Depending on which OW...

She didn't mean anything to me.

We were just talking, I talked about you most of the time.

It was just sex.

You didn't pay enough attention to me, she did.

I was in a bad place. I didn't want to do it but I did.

Phoenix1 posted 4/30/2019 14:53 PM

"Don't worry OW, my wife is one of those that looks the other way while I play on the side. It's all good!"

Hawke posted 4/30/2019 14:58 PM

He discovered he is actually polyamorous. And he met his soul-mate. I'm not sure those two are mutually compatible, but I won't worry about those mental gymnastics.

JpnHeartBreak posted 4/30/2019 15:17 PM

ďIt was just sex, she didnít mean anything to me.Ē

😑 thatís great, it feels good knowing you were willing to ruin our marriage for nothing 🙄.

idissent posted 4/30/2019 15:28 PM

Smart, attractive grad student and dumb, needy undergrad...which led him to become dumb and needy

[This message edited by idissent at 7:52 AM, May 1st (Wednesday)]

iamweasel posted 4/30/2019 15:49 PM

I'm rather glad that I can't actually answer that particular question.
I never asked her one damned question and she knew better than to try to discuss shit with me. She knew as well as anyone that people get one chance and there's no amount of crying, discussing, BS being tossed around et al that would change my mind once I pointed her to the door.
I'm sure it was cliched, but even now I don't give a rats ass.

Hickoryapple posted 4/30/2019 15:59 PM

First (probable ONS): I think I was scared of commitment.

Second (long EA then PA): friend he'd lusted after from the 'friend zone' became single.

Loser.

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