Do you love to cheat

11 Simple Tips To Cheat And Actually Get Away With Your SO

First of all, yes, sure. Cheating is morally wrong, etc. If you love someone, you would not cheat on them. I get it. Why are you in a relationship at all when you cheat? Why would you hurt someone you love?

Now that that's out of the way and you're still here, we can get down to business. Whether you're cheating because you're bored, unhappy, or just drunk, I'm not here to judge you. I'm here to help you get away with it.

And of course, I was betrayed., The delicious, karmic cycle of dating today has likely brought a whole lot of retribution to my door. But, hey, I'm ditching it, so I'm taking it.

Fraud is not for everyone. No, it's not a joke, I mean that. Some people are not made to survive guilt; Some people are really, really bad at lying; Some people collapse faster under the pressure of lies than a house of cards in storm-force-winds.

And why are you pushing yourself to do something that tears you apart inside? Don't cheat if you don't want to. Nobody here wants your relationship to fall apart - especially if you don't., Be loyal if you want. That's damn nice. I'm looking forward to it.

Well, if you want to cheat, please don't be an idiot. They are only going to hurt a million times more each if you are not careful in your actions. Nobody likes to be betrayed; The fewer people find out, the fewer people get hurt.

I cheated.

I cheated because I was bored, because I was drunk, because I was angry, because I wanted to. I cheated as a result of a bad relationship and I cheated despite a good one.,

No, I'm not what you would call a good person, but I've never been caught. (Knock on wood.) You can take some of my advice to heart.

I don't encourage you to cheat, but if you do choose to do it please don't be an idiot and follow these basic rules:

Change the name of your side piece in your phone.

It's a variation of one of your friends or someone your SO doesn't think too much. That person should text you pretty regularly anyway. In general, I find this more helpful when the friend is not a member of the sex you are attracted to.,

Make sure your other devices are all signed out.

Don't let iMessage have signed in to your computer and your SO see any text that flies out while you roll up for some Netflix. Without multiple filings, getting rid of the evidence is easy and fun. Well, mostly just simple. But it keeps things clean and mitigates all other possible disasters.

Choose a medium for speaking.

It's easier to clean up your tracks when you only have one channel to watch. If it's texting, make sure you don't get nude snaps and a million "I miss u" Facebook chats, think of it as a unique medium and stop worrying about evidence of your indiscretions floating on the airwaves hover.

Don't get sentimental, delete all messages.

And if you get that medium, don't get any sticky about it. Make sure to delete any unnecessary information, even if you are feeling * warm * inside. All it takes is a snoop from your SO to expose all of the dirty messages you saved when your sext game was on point.

There should never, ever be photo evidence.

What the hell are you doing too? When you take pictures, don't., When someone else is, hide your face. We live in the age of social media, don't be a viral internet story. If you're desperate to save some sexy pics, find a creepy photo vault app. Some of them look like calculators and other apps so they don't arouse suspicion. Use a separate code from your phone so that nobody but you can access it.

Keep it on a need-to-know basis with your friends.

The smaller the group of people who know about your dalliances, the smaller the chance of getting it out. Don't run your mouth towards someone who is listening. Don't brag about all of your friends., You need to keep the information for a small group of people you trust. Sometimes it's nobody.

Don't get a sidepiece who wants something more.

If you're not looking for a one-nighter and have a regular sidepiece, make sure he / she is on it. You don't want someone crazy enough to make your SO go when things don't go right. Hold it 100 if you can. It makes life a lot easier when you don't lie to two separate parties.

Pick a simple story, and don't get too cute.

Don't make things more complicated than you have to, don't beautify if you think you might be caught. Decide on the simplest explanation beforehand and stick with it. Know the details. It's easiest when it comes closest to the real story so you can introduce real elements and lie less.

Provide enough information so that it doesn't seem vague, but don't overdo parts of stories that you wouldn't otherwise have. Act normal.

Get your apology planned in advance.

Getting caught off-guard while cheating is a recipe for disaster. Always have a plan B hidden in your pocket. Not the physical pill, just an excuse., Hear a girl's voice? Annoying employee. Is something looking disheveled? Long day at work. Anyone else see you on a date? A friend from college you met in a bar.

Never get caught with your pants down, your mouth open, or in a lie, as backpedaling is the worst form of exercise.

Go with an expiration date.

That's not the person you're trying to spend the rest of your life with; They are not from you either. In fact, you're dating someone else entirely., We're all human, and prolonged exposure to each other in a semi-romantic sense is likely to lead to those pesky "feelings." Don't get there with someone you just wanted to blow off steam with. Even if it's easy. Disdained lovers can do crazy things.

If you are going to feel awful and confess everyone, DO NOT DO IT to START WITH.

That is self-explanatory. If you just spill all the beans and hurt everyone involved, it's not worth it.