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If you could get away with cheating...would you? watch

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    A big NO, cheating is always wrong, no matter what. I would never do it. Also for the sake of myself, because I would be ashamed of myself.
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    I wouldn't, I'd end it first!
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    What be the point have being in a relationship if your just going to cheat anyway?
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    no. i'd never cheat on my bf. i was cheated on before and it just ruined everything. even tho he was really sorry and we tried again, there's always been that trust, jealousy and pain issue. you can forgive but you never forget.

    cheating is just not worth it.
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    No, why would you want to, if your not happy with your partner surely you would leave instead of cheating on them....
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    No
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    No. If I´m in a satisfying relationship, why would I?
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    Just wow. I don't think the posts so far are an accurate representation of what actually happens in late teen relationships, which don't often last and is perhaps due to the high exposure in the media of excessive infidelity. There are definitely more cheaters out there lurking than the two I think I noticed...perhaps because of their dishonesty said cheaters have decided not to post or maybe this depicts the good ole nature of TSR (or at least the females of TSR, that's too broad, some of the females of TSR)
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    No because I don't have swinging brick for a heart....


    Gustav Wood is an exception though
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    No, definitely not. If you start considering it, then doesn't it say that maybe something is going wrong in the relationship. If that's the case, then you either work on it or end it. What's the point in continuing if it's not working and then going off to cheat? Not only will it not do any good, but if you have any moral, you'll just end up feeling guilty.
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    I couldn't say for sure since I've never been in the situation but I'd like to say that if there was a point where I wanted to cheat then I would either end the relationship or talk to my partner about whatever's lacking.
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    NEVER!!!
    i cant imagine being with someone else
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    Probably not.
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    no :ta:
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    Never, it's utterly disgusting. If you're having problems coping with the fact it's long-distance, than it's better to try and sort it out, fail, and end the relationship than resort to cheating to make up for what the current relationship lacked.
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    No way! Firstly, I can't see myself even nearly getting into a situation like that - noone compares to my boyfriend and just not interested in anyone else in the slightest... Also I would feel so guilty and like a *****. I wouldn't be able to keep it from him tbh.
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    My conscience would eat me alive
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    i think i am slightly surprised at the number of people saying no they wouldnt...baring in mind i thought more people would use the anon function and think about it more and be completely honest

    but its good that so many people are saying no...makes me hopeful ;
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    No. If I wanted to sleep with someone else, I'd know that I didn't want to be in the relationship I was currently in, so I would end it.
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    No, never. There's no point in being in a relationship if you'd cheat. This thread reminded me of a study we analysed in Psychology.. 1/3 of men said they'd feel comfortable with rape if there was no chance of being found out. (I don't have a source before anyone asks, it just came under a topic we studied in Year 13, and obviously there are limitations to the study).
 
 
 
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