By lalalaisling - Ireland - Cork
Today, I walked in on my boyfriend of 7 years with another woman. He panicked and blamed it on the "long distance" and how we "never see each other". We've lived in the same neighbourhood since we were 5 years old, and we've lived together for the past four years. FML
lalalaisling tells us more :
hey, OP here. If only I could blame whiskey! Also I have to admit, the stereotype is somewhat true.
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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

I hope she dumped his
ass too. I feel badly that she live with him and were friends long before. It'll be hard for her to move on but I'm hoping she's got a strong mind and personality to get thru this.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

People don't always cheat because of lack of availability of sex, although we have no way of knowing what happened in this particular situation. Some people simply can't deal with (serial) monogamy and any opportunity that presents itself (whereever sex can be had) is an opportunity that must be pursued.

  HouseElf  |  13

Especially for making up such a ridiculous excuse because it only makes him a bigger fool. He ought to just admit his mistakes and kick his own ass out the door.

  samimcCune  |  15

#62 - etoilenuit; sounds that way to me. which makes it even more pathetic to me, makes me even more sorry for her, and makes him a much larger jerk and asshole. i am so sorry for that poor women and i hope you castrate that moronic fool, and drag that homewrecker out into the street, bed, naked tramp and all out into the road where she gets run over by an eighteen wheeler.

  dancinwookie  |  21

Being an objective third party whom lived in Ireland over the course of 10 years, I can confirm #46 findings to be many cases. To be fair though, there's not much to do after 6pm, but go to the pub and chit chat with friends. Every store closes at six!

  Milotiiic  |  9

Being another Irishman, I can say that the stereotype would have been accurate many years ago... Now you will find 4 men in a pub crowded round one pint of Guinness. Not the sort of economy you would expect a country of drunkards to live in.

  Zomg_Okay  |  26

74 - Going to the pub for a drink and a chat is one thing. That isn't an issue and I wouldn't consider it a reinforcement of the stereotype. Socialising over a drink or two is hardly unique to Ireland.

Getting so drunk that you do stupid shit/become incapacitated (or claiming to get that drunk as an excuse) is a different thing entirely.