The lies married men tell to cheat

All Woman


It is no secret that married men can become the best liars when they want to play the field. The oldest story in the book is that they are having problems at home, and they are only staying with their wives because of the children. Many women who believe this often find out, long after they become entangled, that this isn’t true, and that many times there are no problems in the marital relationships, and the men just want to play the field.

What are some of the craziest lies women have been told by married men?

Annie:

One told me that his wife was on her death bed so there was no future with her. I believed because he had all the time in the world for me. But I saw him at the supermarket one weekend with her and his kids and I felt like crap. I never dated married men but he'd told me he was on the verge of a divorce.

Tina:

One told me that he had been single for the last five years, and while he was there talking to me, his wife came up and slapped him in the face. I ran away, so I don’t know what happened after that.

TF:

One was attempting to proposition me after offering me a ride. He switched his wedding band to the right hand, thinking I was an idiot. It was so obvious!

Cindie:

A married man told me how his wife took everything in their house and sold it and left him. He told me she migrated and ran off with his children. The man even cried on my shoulders. But one night his wife called me and threatened me to leave her husband alone.

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