cheating. i brought it up in the post below and then some anon person commented and said something to the affect that i shake my rack and ass at.her.husband. i know, please stop laughing. the thought of anyone insinuating i have a "rack" or cleavage of any sorts is downright hysterical. the only time i ever had anywhere close to a rack, the damn things were full of milk! i try and try to have cleavage, but i fail hopelessly everytime. so here i sit. rackless. but apparently i'm shaking em all over the place at this person's husband.
anyway, it got me thinking. if i was shaking my non existant rack and my one hell of an ass at this person's husband- is he cheating? am i? what constitutes cheating? flirting? being friendly? being nice? doing something you wouldn't do if your significant other was standing right in front of you? what?!
maybe the person who posted this to me should visit this site. i just discovered it earlier this week and linked them in my sidebar immediately. these true wife confessions are absolutely heartbreaking. having an outlet is good. but the fact that these people can't say those things outloud is sad. but then again, could you imagine if some of those confessions were said out loud?! *shivers* anyways, it serves a purpose. so go visit. bring kleenex and keep note if your jaw is on the floor... you should probably pick it up.
and just so it's out there- i'm a very friendly and super fun girl, but i can guarantee you that i do not want your husband. i might hug him, or do something that i know is going to completely embarass him, but it's all in good fun. and i would do these things with my man standing right there, or with you standing right there. there is a difference between things being completely innocent or having underlying intentions. i can tell you right now, things with me= totally innocent and silly. pretty much everything about me is just in fun, for laughs, to have a good time, be happy, smile, act goofy, etc. i know first hand all to well what cheating does to a relationship and an entire family, and i would wish that heartbreak and emotional turmoil on no one. but that is definitely a blog for another day.