04 March 2016

Nay or Yay:: Your take on cheating.

Listening to Boys' Night Out last February 17th, their topic of discussion: Cheating.

I didn't take down minutes of the discussion, but some points raised that quite hit a mark - spot on:
  1. Once a cheater, always a cheater.
  2. Either you're a cheater, or a changing man. So which are you?
  3. Lying coincides with cheating - one cannot exist without the other.
  4. Facebook, (or any social media platform) is the root of cheating.
  5. How much can one forgive a cheating partner?
  6. When a cheater realize how much he will lose, it can change him.

What's your take on any of the mentioned items?

3 comments:

Overthinker Palaboy said...


Once a cheater, always a cheater.
-Naniniwala ako sa second chance, third, chance, fourth chance. Hahaha

Lying coincides with cheating - one cannot exist without the other.
-Parang paliparan. Kung walang paliparan, hindi naman maglalanding dun ang mga eroplano. Kung ayaw mo magcheat, huwag ka magsinungaling.

Facebook, (or any social media platform) is the root of cheating.
-Tool lang ang fb. Kung tool siya sa akin ng cheating, iiwasan ko na lang gamitin ang fb.

How much can one forgive a cheating partner?
-Patuloy (continuous) na pagdedesisyon siya ng forgiveness. Hindi siya isang beses lang tapos ayos na.

Simon said...

Well me and my partner have already cheated on with each other and the reason why we did cheat with each other is that we find the things that our partner lacks.. For my case I was cheated on because I was too focused with school that I didn't have time to sexually satisfy him... The reason why I cheated before was because the guy I cheated on was because we had many things to talk about by text..

CHRISTIAN said...

Once a cheater, always a cheater.
- generally agree but not absolutely.

How much can one forgive a cheating partner?
- while i believe in a row of chances, chances are, you lose confidence. my partner cheated me twice. i forgive him. mahal ko eh. but the saying goes easy to forgive but hard to forget. and this is the start of the turmoil. when trust is compromised, whatever your partner do, lagi mo nalang paghihinalaan. wala kang peace of mind.
and this feeling sucks.


Lying coincides with cheating - one cannot exist without the other.
- res ipsa loquitur. it's part and parcel.

Facebook, (or any social media platform) is the root of cheating.
- not the root. i agree with Overthinker Palaboy. as you stated, it's just a platform.
and if we dig further, these groups and subgroups, clans etc. intensify the already temptation overload.


When a cheater realize how much he will lose, it can change him.
- yes. until such time the cheater finally found someone who could make him realized na hindi ka kawalan.