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    It wasn't very nice of me but I decided to trick my boyfriend in order to see if he had cheated me with a particular girl. I asked him if he had cheated with her - he said no very firmly. I then said, "What would you say if I told you I had spoken with this girl and she had told me the full story?" He didn't flinch or hesitate and immediately replied, "She would say exactly the same as I have - I know I definitely have never pulled her or anything like that."

    I stayed quiet for a minute and then he said, "I mean, unless she WANTS to tell you that she's pulled me...but I know I haven't."

    Do you think that sounds like a "get out clause" - his way of denying it? So that if he had pulled her and she had told me, he could just claim she was lying? Or does it sound like he's genuinely telling the truth?
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    he hasn't cheated on you.
    Why is everyone on TSR so paranoid.
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    Either way your relationship is over, cant just go asking people if they cheated on you, trust is gone.
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    (Original post by munchkin88)
    It wasn't very nice of me but I decided to trick my boyfriend in order to see if he had cheated me with a particular girl. I asked him if he had cheated with her - he said no very firmly. I then said, "What would you say if I told you I had spoken with this girl and she had told me the full story?" He didn't flinch or hesitate and immediately replied, "She would say exactly the same as I have - I know I definitely have never pulled her or anything like that."

    I stayed quiet for a minute and then he said, "I mean, unless she WANTS to tell you that she's pulled me...but I know I haven't."

    Do you think that sounds like a "get out clause" - his way of denying it? So that if he had pulled her and she had told me, he could just claim she was lying? Or does it sound like he's genuinely telling the truth?
    You're obviously not there yet.
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    He hasn't cheated on you. But i you have to pull such tricks on your bf, that's saying quite a bit about your relationship.
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    This is quite fickle, but, clever psychology there munchkin I must say lol.

    You will know whether he has cheated through the course of time and his actions. Asking someone is like flipping a coin, because a person will come up with their own conclusion despite their partner confirming or denying it.

    That is unless he or she is someone that succumbs to the power of guilt, and comes straight out with it!
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    Gosh, why is it all the paranoid people have boyfriends and I'm here on my lonesome. It's not fair. Gah.

    NO OP HE HASN'T CHEATED.
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    (Original post by munchkin88)
    It wasn't very nice of me but I decided to trick my boyfriend in order to see if he had cheated me with a particular girl. I asked him if he had cheated with her - he said no very firmly. I then said, "What would you say if I told you I had spoken with this girl and she had told me the full story?" He didn't flinch or hesitate and immediately replied, "She would say exactly the same as I have - I know I definitely have never pulled her or anything like that."

    I stayed quiet for a minute and then he said, "I mean, unless she WANTS to tell you that she's pulled me...but I know I haven't."

    Do you think that sounds like a "get out clause" - his way of denying it? So that if he had pulled her and she had told me, he could just claim she was lying? Or does it sound like he's genuinely telling the truth?
    Sorry to see that you're feel so insecure.

    If my SO pulled something like this on me, I would probably drag up on the relationship.
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    (Original post by trooper6)
    Sorry to see that you're feel so insecure.

    If my SO pulled something like this on me, I would probably drag up on the relationship.
    Don't you think it sounds like a get out clause?
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    (Original post by PaperSnowAGhost!)
    He hasn't cheated on you. But i you have to pull such tricks on your bf, that's saying quite a bit about your relationship.
    This. I mean, I get paranoid sometimes about my boyfriend but I trust him enough not to play tricks on him like that.
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    OP, he has not cheated Have some faith in your man, I'm pretty sure he is telling the truth when he says he hasn't pulled her.
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    He might have done. He might not have done. None of us know him, so we REALLY can't make a judgement!
 
 
 
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