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While I agree its a shitty move to make, the Other Woman no obligation to Op to not cheat. It is not morally sound but since she did not (seem to) know Op before there is no reason to believe that she knew the complete situation. Op's boyfriend could have 1) told her he was free, 2) said Op was abusive or terrible and he was going to break up with her, 3) been without morals and not cared. It is not the girl's obligation to make sure the bf treats his SO well.
Sorry, the first line got messed up. I meant to say, "The girl in this situation did not owe Op anything. They were most likely not friends and the girl would not have known the full situation. Op was not in a relationship with that girl and it was not her problem or fault that Op's SO decided he wanted to seek sexual intercourse elsewhere.
Actually, from the way it sounds, the other girl did know, so she owed the OP an apology. First for helping OPs boyfriend cheat (it takes 2 to tango) and second for not telling OPs ex to grow a pair and break up with OP himself. The other girl probably just wanted to rub in the fact that she "got her man" ( "man" being used loosely in this case, real men aren't pansies and don't feel the need to cheat)
Op entered into a social and romantic contract with her boyfriend, not this random girl. The girl had no obligation to Op. Maybe the girl didn't even know the whole situation or story, she might have believed Op's Idiot Ex was single. If I were the Idiot Ex I would not have told the Other Woman the truth, I would make myself look good by saying Op was some sort of crazy, stupid girl who I wanted away from. If I am interested in someone and express that interest (in a non-crazy way) it is up to the person in a relationship to tell me, "No I am not interested I am with so and so." If I show interest in a male and he says, "I am single/down for it" then it is not my fault, it is his. While morally, if the girl even knew, she should have said no, she really has no reason to put Op above her own needs.
#43 sounds like she has been on the receiving end of one angry ex girlfriend.Feeling the need to defend your actions much??this is like the 3rd comment I have seen with you defending the Other women. Did he tell you his girlfriend was a mean girl an he just wanted to "cuddle" in your boobs to feel better.Oh yeah I can see how your the victim too.plz.
43- In the FML, it says that the punk-ass-ex was too afraid to break up with OP himself, so he sent the other woman to do it. That CLEARLY means that the girl knew she was going to break up with OP for the idiot. The other girl knew what she was doing when she went to talk to OP. That is grounds to get knocked the fuck out, in my opinion. The girl came to MY house to tell me that MY boyfriend wanted to be with her and not me anymore. Although, he deserves it as well, I would have knocked that bitch out! Op, you're way better off, honey! You don't deserve that! And I really hope that you got some satisfaction out of the situation and slapped the bitch!
I wouldn't say slap her. The best revenge is kindness. All you needed to tell her was if he cheated on you then he's most likely going to cheat on her. That would've fucked up the relationship