Why You Shouldn't Cheat On Your Spouse Using Facebook

This should go without saying, but for those who are thinking of cheating on their spouses, check this story out.

After traveling for 9 hours on a journey from his home in South Yorkshire to North Scotland, Stuart, 39, was ready for an exciting sexual weekend with Emma, the attractive twenty-something he had been exchanging provocative messages with on a nightly basis via Facebook.

When he arrived at a farm in a remote area of Aberdeen where Emma had told Stuart she lived, he found the place run down, locked up, and deserted. Moments later, Emma texted him explaining that she had been delayed at work and that he would have to wait for her.

So he waited and waited inside of his car for three hours.

As the day shifted into night, Staurt was becoming increasingly anxious and he decided to give Emma a call to see when she would be home.

He dialed the number he had been texting, but when he heard the ringer stop he was horrified to hear a man with a Liverpool accent answer and say, “Hello Stuart, do you remember us? It’s them Scouse lads who threw you in the pool. You’ve been framed.”


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I see what you are saying, ted, and to the extent that the whole inspiration for this prank was, at its foundation, stupid, the guy went for it because he is a lowlife, deceitful piece of crap that was all too happy to cheat on his wife at the first opportunity. So yeah, he got exactly what he deserved. If he were a worthwhile spouse and human being, he would never have gone to meet this imaginary woman in the first place, and the pranksters would have been thwarted.
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Yes, the guy thought about cheating on his wife - can't feel sorry for him.

But -

Why on earth would someone go to such monomaniacal lengths to injure somebody they met on vacation? Because he supports a different sports team?

I can't wait for their next joke. Maybe they'll online-bully some 14-yr-old Manchester fan into killing himself. Will the laughs never cease!
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Ugh Neatorama. The description was taken straight from the site, which my NoScript let me know has spyware. Also, this isn't an interesting story.

I stopped coming to Neatorama hoping that when I came back the 'kinks' from UQ would be ironed out and I wouldn't find it so annoying to scroll through but it's the same horribly written boring articles flooding the site. I love you guys but I think it's time to thrown in the UQ towel.
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He got what he deserved. If you aren't happy with your marriage, get out of it, but don't go behind your partner's back because that just makes you a pathetic little lowlife, especially if you have a kid at home too.

I thought this was hilarious.
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