Men confess: Lies I’ve told about love, sex and the other woman

All Woman

Many men have mastered the art of separating their lives — the dedicated husband and attentive father at home and nothing short of a Cassanova on the streets.

And in order to maintain their split personalities, a number of lies come into play to keep their stories intact as best as possible.

This week i asks men some of the lies that they have told about love, sex and the other woman.


John T, 38:

‘It’s a friend’. I found out that there is truth to the adage that some men just can’t be friendly with a girl because sooner than later either the cheese going find the rat or the rat the cheese.

Sidney D, 38

 I told a woman that I was in love with her and even engaged her for two years. But I knew I wasn’t going to marry her because I was already married and had no intention of leaving my wife.  I found a reason to break it off after two years when I know I had got enough sex. I have women whom I tell that I love them and they give me things and because I want their money and so, I just tell them what they want to hear.

Raymond T, 35:

I told a woman I have never loved anyone the way I loved her and that she was my first love. In truth and in fact, I was divorced and still in love with my ex. She believed me and treated me like her king.


John T:

I told her nothing happened between the girl and myself. That was not true. We were sexually involved for months.

Luther C:

I met this nice girl who really look good. And judging from the way she looked I built up this picture of how she would be in bed. When I finally went there I was so disappointed but I told her it was great then I just slowly drifted away.

Sidney D:

I slept with this girl one time and when we finished she asked if I enjoyed it. I told her ‘yes’. But really and truly I didn’t and I didn’t want to hurt her feelings. I never went back there.

William W:

I tell them they’re the best I ever had; that no girl ever made me feel that way before. They work like a charm.

The other woman

John T:

‘It’s my cologne you smell’, honestly.

 Byron C:

A text came in from the other woman and I flatly denied it was for me. Instead I suggested someone sent their text to the wrong number and even showed it to her.

Sidney D:

If my wife should hear the number of lies I have told other women about her she would drop down! I told them how she’s wicked and how she’s denying me conjugal pleasure. They feel sorry for me.

William W:

‘Is mi cousin on mi father side, mi just find her the other day on my uncle’s Facebook contacts!’





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