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yes, they can..

i normally don't like to generalize. in fact i pretty much hate generalizing so much that i often find myself in arguments in which generalizing is the main issue. but i kinda accept that sometimes u just can't run away from generalizing. especially when incidences of exceptions to the rule had become fewer and farther in between.

so we all know about tiger woods, john terry and ashley cole. what do these three have in common apart from being fairly successful sportsmen? they all cheated on their partners. why you ask? the reason is obvious. men are pigs. hehe. i'm sorry. we are creatures of habit and opportunity. more often than not, when a man cheats, its never the fault of the woman. all the stuff that they tend to say are just excuses. oh his wife never paid him any attention. his girlfriend didn't want to give him head. they were having some problems. blah blah blah. excuses.

men cheat because they can. pure and simple. they see an opportunity and they just go for it. beating urself up trying to figure out what you done wrong ain't worth it. it'll just lead to more heartache.

one would think that if the wife was perfect, the propensity for the guy to stray would be less. but from the examples set out that's not really the case. u can be as hot as miss world but that's not a guarantee that ur guy will be able to keep his pants on when it matters the most.

so what do you do?

well what can you do? under normal circumstances what do you do with a cheat? kick em out of the house? accept that men just cheat and live with it? return the favor? i guess it all boils down to what the circumstances that you find yourself in.

if its a guy u just went out for a couple of months with, cutting your losses might not be such a bad thing. but what if the guy is the father of your kids? what if apart from his cheating he had been perfectly fine with all his responsibilities and his duties? would you be compelled to think a little bit more about it then?

i don't really fancy being put in that position. i mean one hand ur hurt and u just want to do what u think is best, but u find urself in a place where any decision that u make will affect the lives of others dearest to u.

so what do u do?
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