By Just an Exam - 14/12/2016 18:37 - United States
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I get that cheating on someone is one of the worst things you could do to your partner, but all these people who go crazy and make their lives revolve around ruining the life of the person who cheated on them typically end up doing stuff that makes them no better than the cheater. If you want to get back at someone who did something wrong, then that's perfectly fine (such as ratting them out for cheating on a test), so long as you don't go overboard or become obsessed with ruining their life.
Is cheating on a test and cheating on your significant other within the same ball park? I could see myself cheating on a test but never on anyone while in a relationship. Like asking, if you like running so much for exercise, why don't you run for President? Same word, different meanings.
She said it as a joke. She didn't mean it seriously when she asked the question. She just got a serious answer. However, people who would lie and act immorally would do it with either a person or a test, if they're that bad of a person. Some wouldn't cheat on a test but would consider and/or go through with the idea of cheating on a person.
This is the point of the story where you dump him... And then you turn his cheating ass in to the Board of Academic Honesty. He gets kicked out of university, his parents disown him, he can't get a job, becomes a hobo on the street. Then in 10 years when you're successful and with someone more deserving, pass by his hobo shanty town and laugh at his misery.
That is true, they could be in high school or another type of school. However, a large majority of schools have an absolutely zero tolerance rule towards cheating. They will kick you out of that school and sometimes the towns school system, or send you to the town 'bad kid' school.