I just got done watching a video of this bride cheating on the groom during the wedding reception at a hotel. The the groom comes in, the best man leaves and the groom never catches them. Now I am wondering for the girls/guys who do cheat on their S.O. How many of you would actually cheat on the day of your wedding?
- If I can get away with it why not?Vote A
- Nah I would wait till I have a much more time and more privacy + greater chance of getting away with it.Vote B
- Okay seriously, cheating is bad as it is, but on your wedding day WTF?!?!?!?!?!?!?Vote C
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Personally I don't think cheating is ever acceptable. If you're in a relationship you shouldn't cheat either - if it's so easy to break it off, then why not do that before you go screw someone else? It's called common decency. Nobody should ever cheat. Open relationships are fine - as long as you both want one. But if one person wants monogamy, the other one has to want it too. This is why I don't agree with people cheating at hen/stag/bachelor/bachelorette parties either. Some people say it's your last bit of freedom and all that, but seriously - your last bit of freedom was before you got into a relationship with that person at all. If you still want to sleep with other people, you don't get engaged. You sure as hell don't get married.
If you get engaged, it means you have decided that you are going to spend the rest of your life with this one person. You wouldn't want to sleep with anyone else, because you love this person, and it doesn't bother you that they'll be the only one you sleep with from now on. You are ALREADY committed - the engagement and marriage just confirm that and make a statement about it. I would so not be happy if I found out my boyfriend/fiance/husband had done something like that. If that's the way he thinks of sex, then he's not the one for me.5