You've met the perfect person and hit it off well. You enter a relationship and everything's going well. A few years go by and you plan to get married. You get married. Now you're moving into your first home together. (you've both had your own place and didn't live with each other prior to getting married) . You're moving things in while the other one's at work. You putting some of your husband's/wife's things into the bedroom. you trip over something and the box flies out of your hand and falls and spills out a bunch of things . you pick them up and find...
Guys you see your wife's birth certificate and it has a guy's name on it , but the last name is you wife's maiden name. You also find a bag of crack. You confront your wife when she comes home and she breaks down and admits she was born a man but got surgery and she's on crack and she was scared to tell you because she loves you and couldn't fathom living with out you. What do you do?
Women you find a bunch of gay porno magazines, a bag of meth , and a video of him smoking pcp. You confront him when he gets home from work and he breaks down admit he's bi and on drugs and he was scared to tell you because he couldn't imagine living with out you. What do you do?
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If I told you I was selling ice cream, you made the purchase, but then find out I just gave you a cup of jello, you would probably feel lied to and cheated. You'd want a refund.
At the end of the day, the person you married and had a relationship was just a big hoax. You fell in love with a mask they created, an illusion that they created just to keep you happy, and in turn, hide their own insecurities and issues. Not only do they have severe problems, but now I can't trust them. If someone kept huge things like that from me for years, it is no longer just a lie, its basically a long con.
You bet your ass I'm leaving.1