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Just wondering people's views on it. Particularly guys and whether they think its acceptable in this day and age? also if you were aware of friends doing this, would you comment on it?
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Disgusting, there's no excuse for it. If I knew a friend was cheating, I'd take him to the side and discuss it with him. I can't tell him what to do cos it's his life, but he'll damn well get to know what my thoughts are.
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Bad.

Thats it.

And yes I would comment on it, tell them to stop.
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Cheating = Bad
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Anonymous #2
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as a decent human being you would tell your partner that you don't feel much attraction anymore and end it instead of cheating behind her back.
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as a decent human being you would tell your partner that you don't feel much attraction anymore and end it instead of cheating behind her back.
or his back
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Inexcusable.
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Someone I know was disqualified from AS physics and had to retake it and stay behind another year in college to redo the AS and then the A2 part the next year as they need it for their course at university
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(Original post by peaerhead7997)
Someone I know was disqualified from AS physics and had to retake it and stay behind another year in college to redo the AS and then the A2 part the next year as they need it for their course at university
Not that sort of cheating.
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Not that sort of cheating.
Lmao I should read the section this topic is in - thought it was study as that's all I usually go on on TSR
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Just wondering people's views on it. Particularly guys and whether they think its acceptable in this day and age? also if you were aware of friends doing this, would you comment on it?
Addressing the above post... I'm actually impartial to cheating in exams. I've lived in several places, and not everywhere are the examinations designed as 'pragmatically' as in the UK. Nobody is going to memorise a table of thermal coefficients for 30 building materials, for example. Bollox. Everyone cheats then. Anyone who has nothing better to do with their time than to memorize gibberish like that is a ****.

In relationships, no. It ruins the other person. It is entirely egotistical. This has real mental consequences on other people, can throw them off balance and potentially write years off their life. Years in terms of self-doubt, but also loss of productivity due to damaged mental health. These things have real, measured, economic impacts. Someone actually calculated it somewhere. So it's not really a 'view'. It's a fact.
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Cheating is the end of the relationship, if you are gonna cheat or have problems with your partner then tell them, break up with them. What's annoying is how we are seeing how lightly people are starting to take it and glorifying it in a way on social media. What's also annoying is how cheaters act like they've done nothing wrong.
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I'm gonna be controversial here, but hear me out guys. Cheating bad.

Why even make this thread? Nobody thinks cheating is acceptable.
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Anonymous #3
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It’s acceptable, people cheat. You don’t always know the situation. I cheated on my ex-bf and haven’t looked back since. He still doesn’t know and I don’t intended to tell him. I just wanted to experience someone else.
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It’s acceptable, people cheat. You don’t always know the situation. I cheated on my ex-bf and haven’t looked back since. He still doesn’t know and I don’t intended to tell him. I just wanted to experience someone else.
If he’s got a small ****, a girl’s gotta cheat...
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Anonymous #1
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It’s acceptable, people cheat. You don’t always know the situation. I cheated on my ex-bf and haven’t looked back since. He still doesn’t know and I don’t intended to tell him. I just wanted to experience someone else.
This is precisely my point. Why do you think its acceptable?

It creates the severe distrust I have in people, as if someone has the intention to cheat and cover it up, you can so easily do it.
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This is precisely my point. Why do you think its acceptable?

It creates the severe distrust I have in people, as if someone has the intention to cheat and cover it up, you can so easily do it.
It’s not always acceptable, obviously. Especially when you’re married and have kids etc and could potentially ruin their lives. But in my case with my bf, nothing was at stake, not much to lose. So I did it. Do I regret it? Kinda, but the sex was better and it made me realise I wasn’t happy in my current relationship.
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It’s acceptable, people cheat. You don’t always know the situation. I cheated on my ex-bf and haven’t looked back since. He still doesn’t know and I don’t intended to tell him. I just wanted to experience someone else.
People also murder others.
People also commit fraud.
People also play loud music at 4am.
People also stockpile toilet roll.

Just because it happens doesn't make it acceptable.
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(Original post by DrawTheLine)
People also murder others.
People also commit fraud.
People also play loud music at 4am.
People also stockpile toilet roll.

Just because it happens doesn't make it acceptable.
Acceptable to whom? What’s acceptable varies completely across religions, minorities, counties and political persuasions.
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