By Anonymous / Tuesday 30 October 2012 19:34 / United States
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  lizzybug  |  5

64- your comment was similar not exactly the same. 58's idea was to call them out infront of everyone you just said to say no at the altar. I like your idea better. My thumbs up is for you not 58 :)

  cutenessizme  |  4

I'm not entirely sure what you meant but the words are pronounced the same. When you are writing or typing fiancé is understood to be male and fiancée is understood to be female, which is why they are spelled differently.

  CrewBoy  |  10

^ That's the easiest part. "My husband is a cheating, man-whore with a small dick so I decided to call things off. Sorry if you already paid for your plane tickets. Please call the jack ass at (555)-555-5555 if you need to take out your frustrations at someone."

  X_Codes  |  11

@55 - Pretty sure that's just TV where that happens, particularly when it comes to money. Now, you if there were kids to fight over...

In any case, the wedding ceremony has nothing to do with whether or not the OP and fiance are legally married.

Best solution: un-invite the fiancee's side of the family, and throw a giant bachelor/ette party at the venue.

By  MrSarary  |  26

Then make him pay your back for everything you paid for. Or you could just make him promise not to cheat again and continue with the marriage , sorry that happened to you OP


85 - This is just me personally, but I would never give someone a second chance if they cheated on me. I'm not saying they couldn't change for their next relationship, but I don't think I could ever really trust them or feel comfortable with them again.

  stolencookie  |  17

Second chances aren't for everything, that's why you need to value what you have while you have it. Thinking that you "deserve" one for something like cheating is just an excuse.


Even if she talks with him, he's cheated once. That'll always be in the back of her head. I guess he COULD change, but chances are if he's already cheated once, he'll do it again. I'm sorry, OP :(

  gmc_blossom  |  21

We still can't be 100% sure. Seeing as how a lot of people didn't know there was a difference, myself included until just now, then OP could have just as easily meant a female as opposed to a male. Assuming they didn't know the difference.

  kyleekay  |  25

Sell the wedding? Not saying that isn't possible I guess, but how would one go about doing that?

I'd imagine it would be difficult to put a whole wedding up on Ebay.

  outoftown  |  26

Selling all or parts of the wedding is worth a try.
I've known couples whose photographer, caterer, etc. got ill or went out of business at the last minute.

By  kyleekay  |  25

Do they know you found out? If not, go through with the wedding, and call them out on their bullshit at the altar. They deserve to be publicly humiliated for being that big of an asshole.

  kyleekay  |  25

I agree it's not the most mature approach, but cheating isn't mature either.

I was cheated on before I met my husband, and it hurt like hell; I can't imagine how badly it would hurt to have the person you want to spend the rest of your life with cheating on you. Justice should be served somehow, I would think.

  desireev  |  17

I like your way of thinking! I'd much rather humiliate the fiancé then have to call everybody and tell them that the wedding is off because I have a cheating fiancé and was too love struck to see it. The fiancé humiliated OP... It's time for payback.

  TaffyMichele  |  9

My only problem would be if any guests at the wedding had to buy plane tickets or something to get to there. I don't think I'd be very happy to have to travel a long way to get to the wedding only to find out that there wasn't really gonna be one, whether I was a guest of the cheater or the cheated.

  kyleekay  |  25

That's not how I read it. I think the details about the financial aspect just add to how badly this sucks; if OP had found out much sooner, s/he could've broken off the marriage without losing money. Now s/he will likely break off the marriage AND lose a ton of money.

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