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By spockswifey / Wednesday 3 November 2010 06:40 / United States
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Why is that question ridiculous? We don't know the context. I have been in conversations with my boyfriend talking about being faithfull, about people who cheat, about sluts...and it ended almost always with him or me asking in a jokingly serieus tone whether the other one had cheated/would cheat. And honestly, I would never expect an answer like the one OP got. But, yes, these kind of questions can be funny. And if OP didn't want to be funny, but was suspicious instead, had reason to be suspicious, why wouldn't she ask that question? How more I read the FML, how meaner it gets.

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absolutely agree with you! I hate it how people see the need to ask this stupid question. if he'd said straight out 'yes' she would be botching about it even more

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160- There was another comment in place of the one replying with "oxymoron". This would be the one I am referring to. I'm sure it's another case of the comment bug. Any particular reason you're challenging everyone on FML?

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Sure, but he didn't say "I love you too much to cheat on you". Imo "I love you too much to ever let you find out if I cheated" kind of implies that he might.

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Exactly. The reverse of a non-denial denial. If he really didn't cheat, it would have been simpler to say "no". Sounds like he's incapable of lying to her, but can't bring himself to tell the truth.

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