By singlesummer - 25/06/2012 08:32 - United States - Compton
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Let's just say that your now ex isn't the sharpest tool in the box. It's a good thing that you caught that idiot, you dodged a bullet.
75 and 35-Though I have never cheated myself and hate that anyone would do it, I get that a person can like more than one person at a time. I've been in that situation before but I grew a pair and chose who I really wanted to be with. Cheating is never the answer and anyone who does it deserves to be forever alone.
146, I think it becomes more complicated in the case of long term marriage. If you've been married for 20+ years then it's not the same scenario as a 2 year relationship for instance. Too many people don't understand that people will change over time, and that things aren't really as black and white as they seem. You can't hold someone to the same standard their entire life, and while I realise that marriage vows are taken too lightly, the reality is that life and marriage shouldn't be a form of punishment or test of character. I realise this had very little to do with the scenario here, I was merely stating that all instances of cheating shouldn't be judged the same way.
If we were to consider this in a way that MAY make sense and not make the guy look like a total asshole, he could simply be going to the movies with a female friend that she has expressed a disliking for, or tends to cause awkward moments with based on jealousy. There may have been unjustified accusations that the guy just didn't want to have to bother dealing with in future so he no longer sees this friend in his girlfriends company. I was almost in a similar situation, in which I was being accused of things that weren't happening just because my girlfriend was extremely jealous by nature. Nothing ever happened with that friend since we only saw each other as friends, and the relationship *shockingly* ended. I realise the chances of this being what happened are somewhere around 0.0001% but I just thought I'd put it out there as a possibility.
If I saw my boyfriend at the movies with another girl by coincidence I would greet him and just ask him who she is (might be his sister or cousin after all, since I've never met both of them) but given this situation, that he blatantly lied to her about his grandma being in hospital (who lies about something like that really??) and then went to that exact same movie with another girl, this would make anyone quite suspicous. I guess you're better off without him, op. I hope you weren't with him for to long :/ My friend wasted almost a year on a cheating asshole.
175, Then you weren't that interested in the movie to begin with. If you pulled that shit in my cinema I'd be inclined to throw my drink at you. I also didn't say his actions weren't stupid. Clearly if you were doing what I suggested you'd want to go somewhere you knew your girlfriend wouldn't be. Forget it, you're focusing on entirely the wrong thing, and I can't be bothered explaining something so simple to you people.
Seriously, what is so hard about breaking up with your current boyfriend/girlfriend if you don't want to be with them or spend time with them anymore? The truth would be ten times better than lying most of the time.
Should've gone up to him, broken up with him, and just sat next to him for the rest of the movie. Make it as awkward as possible for him and his date.
What a fucking idiot. He seriously took another girl to see the SAME movie at the SAME place that you two planned to go to together? I think you can do better than that imbecile.
He'll probably say it was his sister, whom he was consoling after seeing the grandmother in such a sorry state. Scumbag. You'll find better, OP! Oh, and was the movie Prometheus?