ANSWERS: 83
  • Never. I dont care what the conditions were, I could never do that. I would feel so guilty I wouldnt be able to stand it!
  • I wouldn't. I would never get involved with someone on whom I'd cheat.
  • I'm a little too madly in love with my wife for that kind of foolishness.
  • I have and I learned from it. I will never do it again.
  • I have previously, as a teenager and will never do it again. I know how it made me feel and I know how it made the person I cheated on feel. Also later, I'd been cheated on so I think I got my just deserts. There's just no reason for cheating. If you're unhappy in the relationship, talk about it or break up. Don't be a coward and cheat. I was a coward and I'll never do that again.
  • No - I am an awful liar.
  • No. The guilt would be agonizing.
  • Nope..if I want someone else(which is one of the things in life I am sure won't happen)I would leave my husband first then do what I have to do.
  • I wouldn't. I would not be able to take the guilt.
  • no i wouldn't.
  • I would not. My ex-husband was a philanderer and I would not put another person through what I went through. Oddly enough, after the divorce, I dated a man who later turned out to be already married, thus making me into "the other woman." Needless to say, I dumped him like yesterday's trash.
  • Absolutely not..done to me to many times..I know the hurt that it brings. NEVER
  • Im 40 and never have, never will!
  • i wont cheat on my man - he's too good!
  • I wouldn't, it doesn't feel all that great.
  • Been there, done that...completely over it. I wouldn't. Too much unnecessary stress. I'd rather just say "I don't think this is working out..." and then pursue something different than to cheat on someone and hurt them because I'm too selfish to let go.
  • My wife and I have a lot of trust in one another. My answer is No, not because I am morally superior (I'm not, and I believe no one is above temptation). My answer is No, because I have earned a high level of trust and I am never asked "where have you been" in a suspicious manner. I have earned trust, and with that trust, I have earned an incredible amount of freedom. How liberating! Her trust in me creates a drive to become even more trustworthy... I may be getting tanked at the local tavern, but I am going out of my way to avoid anything that would dishonor my wife... Because she trusts me.
  • I could, but I don't.
  • nevernevernevereverevernoway!
  • I've done it, and I regret it - big time. I'll never do it again. The adage "once a cheater always a cheater" doesn't always apply...
  • Would Not
  • i would like to say would not. And, now im going to tell the truth, need to get it off my chest I have cheated before i felt TERRIBLE I ended up having to call my current boyfriend to break it off & it was a bad mistake i made, So I cant say i wouldnt, because i have But from now on, i am going to say i wouldnt ANYMORE.
  • Nope. I don't think I could ever cheat on my bf, he would never deserve that.
  • wouldn't.would harm myself in the bargain.
  • Sure I would. You only live once. Live life to the fullest.
  • I can't even look at another guy like that..I dont think its in my blood to cheat.
  • I wouldn't..If I was with someone and had the desire to be with someone else..I would have to break things off with someone #1 first. :)
  • NO NOT AT ALL SO MORALLY WRONG (sorry bout the caps)
  • No I don't think so; in all fairness however I cannot be certain. Although I've avoided the opportunity in the past, I can't say what I will do in each and every situation for the rest of my life. All I can honestly say is that I hope that I wouldn't.
  • No if I wanted to be with someone else I'd tell them and figure it out from there.
  • I have, but that doesn't mean I would ever again.
  • I believe that everyone will cheat given the correct circumstances. I include myself in this category and for this reason I purposely avoid situations where I might be tempted to fall.
  • SCHOOL: I have but would not now. I am grown but I no that cheating is grade motivated. SEX: No, I would rather break-up. Do not want too many germs in my va-j-j. SoFla Angel
  • I hae way to much respect for myself, my relationship, and my boyfriend to cheat. If I became interested in someone else, I would be honest and end my relationship before acting those feelings.
  • I have, and it hurt us both, so never again.
  • not!!!
  • Putting a gun to my head and firing would be a faster death.
  • would not
  • Never, ever, ever. As most people who know me well know that is one of my biggest pet peeves. If you cheat on someone you lose so much respect from me it's not even funny. If you are the other participant and know the person you're with is cheating on another to be with you, I will lose that much respect for you too! Seriously don't get me starte.
  • Cheating is a like a big "F*#@ You" to the other partner. If the relationship is that boring that you have to cheat, just end it. Cheating is unforgivable.
  • I have in the past and probably would again if the same set of circumstances arose. I know this answer is not P.C but its the truth. I was put in a situation where I loved the person I was with but she showed me nothing in return. It took me to go off and have an affair to make her realise what she was going to lose and actually sit down and talk rather than ignore the fact we were going down the toilet.
  • Why would anyone cheat? LOL just get rid of the person and go for wut u want.. either way your gunna lose them ....
  • i am 5 day from 28 years with my wife, she is too precious to me. So no, 10000 times no.
  • Definitely NOT! and I never forgive anyone who cheats on me!
  • Never ! i know how it feels to be cheated on . wouldnt want to inflict that kind of pain on anyone
  • No I would never cheat, I have seen how cheating separates families....
  • would not!!
  • Would not!
  • No way - I love my husband far too much to take a chance on ever hurting him. Not to mention the fact that I wouldn't want to risk losing him.
  • WOULD NOT!
  • HELL no.
  • I wouldn't. If a relationship is unacceptable to me, I will end it. One relationship should end before the other begins, unless you have an agreement otherwise. If my relationship is in trouble and needs work, I believe there are better (more ethical, less destructive to the relationship) ways to address the problems. I honestly fail to see how adding more problems and hurt to a relationship can benefit the relationship.
  • No!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Never....
  • There was a time in my life when I would have said absolutely not, but that was before finding out that my partner had cheated on me numerous times. He hated counseling as all his stupid manipulating thoughts and behaviors got shot down one after another. We separated for a while and then he begged to come back. It was tearing up our children, so we reconciled. He really seems to be reformed, but my radar is always up and runnning. If he strays again he's gone no matter how hard it is on the kids. The sad thing is that while I NEVER thought about cheating myself, I do now and probably too much. I haven't, but I don't know what I would do if an opportunity presented itself. All I can say for sure is that I would never cheat with a married man or a man with a girlfriend. I couldn't hurt a woman I didn't even know in such a traumatic way. Having been on the receiving end I know being the one cheated on destroys parts of you that you never get back.
  • I don't want to split hairs here but i do see a distinction, that may need to be considered. Cheating is wrong-period, in my book that is a given. That is based on a literal interpretation of being in a relationship and then being with someone else whilst "cheating" the other person into thinking that you remain committed to the relationship when in fact you are not. Having said that it is a naive assumption that at the point at which you enter a relationship, you will never meet someone who quite literally rocks your world, the love of your life, the one who gives it all meaning-AntigoneRising makes the most credible point here about how to handle the transition, but life and relationships are an imperfect science and we do no always handle them in the correct way as soon as emotions get involved someone is going to get hurt- setting yourself up as a paragon of virtue with absolute answers is not terribly realistic (in the real world)
  • let me tell you i have cheated and yes i felt bad after but i did it again and again but with the same man so after 1 year i told him i cant no more so about 2 years went by and i meet this other man and i started seeing him and i fell in love with him so bad i was leaving my husband for him 2 days later i called him and he told me he was seeing someone and i about lost it to this day iam still in love with him and he wont even talk to me so no it comes back on you and i will never do it again i have learned my lesson for this
  • no way thats just nasty why not just be honest and say it over
  • Never!!!! I would just walk away from the relationship before being unfaithful!
  • I would not. It is a really selfish thing to do. Instead the person should end the relationship rather than let the other person suffer.
  • Everybody deep down in there soul knows if they are capable of cheating.. If your that kind of person, than don’t get into a relationship; period. Agree to an open relationship.
  • I broke up when I was 21 with a gf, and 1 week later some girl shows up hitting on me. I went through with it and had sex with her. It felt like I cheated. I even threw up afterwards, thats how bad I felt being with another person. I would never do it again. NOW with my current partner of 7 years , we broke up, and she did the same thing after 3 weeks. It still feels to me like cheating. If you ever loved , you should end the relationship, give it time to heal, before you just into the next one. Now I am 29 and I still believe I cheated back then, and would never ever ever do it again to anyone. Nobody deserves such pain.
  • I wouldn't. If I wanted to be with someone else, what would be the harm in giving your current partner the respect they are due?
  • No I wouldn't, if you love someone then there isn't a need to do it...otherwise time to call it quits if your thinkin about it. Maybe try different things in the bedroom, maybe not even the bedroom ;-)...or ask your partner what does he/she think about 3somes or 4somes (partner swapping)...sometimes that new avenue can work for some people. It all depends on the individual!
  • I have and I won't anymore.
  • I have only done it myself and would do it again, leave a really bad after taste not to mention the guilt when it gets hold of you. I'm happy with what I have.
  • I have to say that I'm on the fence with this. Don't they say that cheating is sometimes healthy for a relationship?? I agree that it's probably the worst thing you could do to someone and I myself was part of a marriage that ended in divorce because my husband cheated on me. But after facing what was wrong in our marriage I understood why he did it (I don't accept it, but understand it). People need to learn to communicate their feelings more to their partners and cheating prob wouldn't occur. But on the other hand - cheating can be exciting and even drive some energy back into your existing relationship. Plus it could make your realize how much you value your relationship and send you running back for it. Or not...
  • I do not know if I would really consider what I do cheating, because I really don't do the whole committed relationship thing, but I will date a girl for a month or so before I just want someone else. I "cheat" (if you can actually call it that) on all of them. Before you vilify me, just realize that I am being honest and actually tell these girls that we are not in a relationship, and that I am going to do what I want. They all know this going in.
  • i came VERY close. gave the guy my number and everything. but i felt so guilty for doing that, that when i called me i had to break it to him. he was a really sweet guy, but i love my bf wayyyy too much to hurt him like that.
  • i don't know why you people think that this "cheating" thing is so bad...if you want sex and it's presented to you then take advantage of the moment if you can get away with it...one life to live ladies and gentlemen. screw living a normal one. live with your own rules and this supposed wrong-doing doesn't even exist. the reason you all think it is bad is because society thinks it is morally wrong...so you have been "brainwashed" (if i may) into thinking that kissing or having sex with others while in a relationship is a bad thing. in a world where you create the regulations you can have sex with whomever you please...live in your own world people...a world where you do whatever the fuck you want. even tho you are sleeping around you know that your spouse or boy/girlfriend is the one you love most. please don't fuckin flame me for this guys, i'm just expressing my opinion...so in short, if i was presented with the opportunity (and i have been), hell yes i would (cuz i have before). i live my own life with my own rules...please do yourself a favor and do the same...
  • nope....not that kind of girl
  • Never have, never will. Aside from everything else, I have to much respect for the man my husband is to do that to him.
  • i have done it once and can honestly say it was one of the most awfal times of my life..i cheated with a ex who i was very hung up on..but knew as soon as reality set in id done a awfal thing to my new boyfriend..i told him a week later as its was eating me up and he broke up with me but calls me now and then cas he misses but just cant trust me again.. so thats how he vie me now and its such a shame because i never thought id be one to cheat but i did and its corsed me and my ex so much pain i could never go though it again its sooo wrong!!!
  • NO... I think I would leave my man if I wanted to do something like that... or see if he wanted to join in on the fun!!!
  • before my girlfriend (madly in love with her) cheated on me, the thought of me cheating on her would make me sick. but now she has i wouldnt even think twice about it. maybe once she felt the pain i felt i would stop but untill then shes never safe!
  • Fact from fiction, truth from diction. I never cheated with anyone I was with and never would. First of all, it show no respect at all to that person you claim to love. Any person who say they can love their mate and the other man/woman is a fool. Because when the fat hits the skillet ONE ALWAYS edge the other out. You can't be 2 places one Christmas, Thanksgiving and such, you are going to want to be with one more than the other on those events. It wold make me a liar every time I opened my mouth to say “I love you” because I really wouldn't. If it were done to me I would feel f***** up. It is about as logical as your parents telling you that they love you so much but you find they buys toys every payday and sneak it to the kid down the block. If I thought I was going to get bored with her I would not waste my time. Too many people end up with those they should not, it is like they know they want to live in LA but find a house they thought was so great in Florida so they stay thinking they can make it work. But when the newness of the house wear off, all the reasons they did not like Florida in the 1st place crop up. People know what type of person they are comfortable with but ignore it for eye candy.
  • I have cheated before on my husband and i do not have any regrets as he too has had relations with other women (two). You can bet that if the right guy walked into my life and especially a certain someone, i would do it again!! I have tried ending our marriage before i guess i am too afraid for the future as we have two beautiful children and that is the only reason i am still with the man.
  • In a relationship - never. It's not my style In school - big time!

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