By Anonymous - 22/07/2013 18:30 - Denmark - Lemvig
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Idk. In his defense, he's being honest that he now understands why someone would do it. Also, there's no proof yet that he has cheated so its simply an observation on his part. If he has the willpower to not cheat despite understanding why someone else would do it I give him even more props.
It's not as though he's actually cheating on her. It was more of, he never used to understand why any one could cheat on a SO when they were really sick and now he understand what they might have been tempted by... Why FML gotta be all, dump the guy who's been by your side during these 2 sick weeks and probably for longer, just because of some small comment.
It's not just a small comment, that's no way to talk to your significant other if you actually care and have respect for them. I would have never said something like that to my man when I took care of him for a month due to a flu, especially since he's already sick, why make him feel worse. Cheating isn't something to make a joke out of and there's never an excuse to do it. If you are too weak that those thoughts cross your mind after just two weeks, then you have no business being in a relationship in the first place.!
Can't believe how many people are saying dump him. No wonder relationships never last these days. Do people actually TALK to their partners anymore? Or is immediately dumping someone because they say something you don't like considered the normal thing to do nowadays?
It doesn't say he cheated, but come on, would you seriously say that to someone you loved, especially being in that condition? A similar situation would be me fighting with my mom and then saying: "I understand why some people kill their moms...". You just don't say those things. Maybe that's just me.
If you castrate him, then he will also need time to recover, and you can make that same joke back to him.