One night I went to my friend’s house since my hubby was watching a football game. When I got to her house it looked like she was leaving to go somewhere. She said, “I was going to your house. Scott said that he had a surprise for you.” I called him from her house, and he picked up, thinking it was her, and said, “Where are you baby?”
Aftermath: We got a divorce and Scott and my friend are now happily married with 2 children…
This post was submitted by Dee .
He was my best friend in high school. We dated for six months, and we were planning to have sex on our six month anniversary (my sixteenth birthday) – both of our first times. A week before our six months, I climbed in his window (he lived two houses down and his room was on the ground level – it was our usual way of seeing each other). I found him in bed with his pitching buddy…I walked out the front door and waited for him to finish.
Aftermath: He came out thinking I was going to chop his favorite bits off. I told him he was my best friend, and who he was is who he is, and I wanted him to be himself. It’s been five years, and I still find him in bed with men all the time. He really needs to learn how to lock the door.
This post was submitted by Pink Cheeks.
best of secrets!
We were lovers for seven years. He went away for three years (wink,wink) and was home 100 plus days before he “went away” again. Shortly after that, I found out from his dad that he got married while he was home. His wife called me a week after I heard the news.
Aftermath: Me and the “Misses” talked for hours. The rabbit hole went so deep…he had three other women he had been “communicating” with, besides me, and “raw dog” (dumb on my part)!…Don’t know about her, but I am out.
This post was submitted by Robyn.
He said he was divorced. After several times of him coming to my house and realizing he never invited me to his, I questioned him about the ex. He swears they live apart. I checked the local Court database to see if he’d ever filed for divorce. Nope. He hadn’t. Sayonara cheater.
Aftermath: He still blows up my phone insisting they are separated and living apart. One lie–that big–is automatic strike 3. Sorry, not pitchin’ anymore.
This post was submitted by Stupid Girl.
In high school, my “friend with benefits” emailed to say that we needed to go back to being just friends because his mom didn’t want him seeing anyone. I respected that answer and we went back to being normal friends. Two days later he’s dating someone else, a privilege he wouldn’t give me.
Aftermath: Good friend, baaaad boyfriend material.
This post was submitted by Mommy Issues.