ANSWERS: 51
  • Absutly not... cheating is an absolute evil, no, it is never right, ever...
  • No. It is never okay to cheat ever even if the other person deserves it.
  • No. What would that solve? The best bet is to either end the relationship and continue on with your life or sort through your issues together, which could possibly result in a stronger bond between the two of you. Then again, it may not. Life's tricky that way...
  • Two wrongs don't make a right. (But 3 lefts do.)
  • No, two lies don't make a truth. If you feel the marriage is broken and can't be fixed, then END it and then move on to something new. And don't inflict someone new with your current problems.
  • No, but it's ok to leave their sorry ass!
  • No, it's never okay to cheat..to cheat because someone else does only brings you down to the same level as them.
  • I agree with the first answer, two wrongs dont make a right. It's not a game, you should take the higher ground and leave if you want to see someone else. Cheating on your partner will only cause more fights. Thats not a healthy way of living life.
  • If your partner was a serial killer, would it be okay for you to be one too? Use your brain, THINK!
  • i suppose if your not bothered about the other person why not, but then it becomes a sham of a so called relationship if you start going down that road of revenge.
  • maybe not, but in all honesty, it probably makes you feel a hell of a lot better :+}}
  • Consider it nonverbal notice that we "both" don't give a damn about our relationship.
  • What's the point of you two staying together if both of you are cheating?
  • No, two wrongs don't make a right. The right thing to do is to talk with your partner, and find Mr or Ms Right somewhere else.
  • Sure...it's called breaking up. There is no way to have a healthy, ful-filling relationship if one or both people don't respect one another.
  • if the relationship is that far gone that you are thinking this way,then why not just flush it before you lose your self respect.
  • Nope, you're just stooping to their slimmy little level. Get out and find a real person to be with. There's the best revenge.
  • And I am speaking from experience...NO it is not ok and it does not make you feel better in fact it just makes you feel worse whether the marriage is over or not. Two wrongs never add up to a right and you just walk away feeling cheated on and cheap.
  • no. you'll hurt yourself in the end and put everyone in pain.. its not right to do that.. i knew it cos ive made a mistake before..
  • It's never ok to cheat..that's just hurting yourself as much as he is.Your giving him the power to say cheating ok b/c your doing it too. Don't let him influence you i would leave him and once he finds out how much he needs you.If he doesn't he never wanted to be with you in the first place and no one deserves that.
  • I love my boyfriend but I don't trust him. I've always have a problem with trust. he's so good looking and he has all these other women who chase after him. I'm not sure if he's cheating but I don't want to feel stupid if he is.
  • Why go to the Trouble? Just leave them, and then hook up with someone else. Then you're getting rid of bad garbage, and not doing anything wrong while you get a new squeeze.
  • Its ohk even if he/she is not cheating. U better suit yourslf...I DO ..!!
  • JUST LEAVE, unless you want to befriends with bennefits
  • Yes. And you should show them pictures of the sex acts. Cheating is emotional violence. It's war.
  • No I dont think it's OK, but not giving points to all these answers is wrong.
  • nope. it is,however, ok to leave them...whats the point of staying together if you are just gonna screw around on the side?
  • Two wrongs don't make a right but in some cases I've heard when the other person sees how it feels, things actually change for the better.
  • No, just blow them out, once a cheater always a cheater. Find someone who deserves your trust.
  • Do two wrongs equal a right?
  • you'll find out won't you? maybe u two could talk it out and have an open relationship....revenge cheating felt great to me, personally but many others say it makes u feel "cheap" "stooping to their level", etc, u've already been cheated on, and revenge many times is rewarding (honestly now) only you know yourself and whats beasat for you so good luck....its YOUR world
  • No but it is okay to leave them.
  • NOOO... 2 wrongs don't make a right. Why are you sticking around anyways, just leave his sorry ass... and go with your lover!!!!
  • In this case, revenge does nothing but put a slowly ending relationshp in the fastlane. If they're cheating on you in the first place, why would you even think about sticking around? Once you break up, it won't be considered cheating... it may be considered starting something good with someone new.
  • Just leave them, unless you get the chance to cheat on them with their best friend or sister and "accidentally" get caught. Then dump them and giggle everytime you think about the drama you don't have to deal with.
  • if your partners cheating on you, dump them. Then you can have whoever you want without being a cheater yourself. In future relationships, being a cheater wont go down well :) x
  • why bother to have a relationship if there is no trust on either side?
  • No, of course not. Ever heard "two wrongs don't make a right"?? What kind of relationship would that in up being?
  • If your partner cheats then let him..at least you wont have in your conscience that you cheated, you will find a good excuse to dump him or her.
  • no because what would be the point in keeping the relationship. you might as well be with someone else whose worth it.
  • I think that what it is ok is to get out of that faulty relationship. Once you start doing the same thing he has done--which you abviously believe to be wrong--you further damage that fragil relationship. And once the relationship deteriorates, what other reason(s) is there left to justify staying in a crapy relationship? Cheating does irreparable damage to something called "trust".
  • What is good for the Goose is good for the Gander. You should try a double date. Could open you up to a whole new world.
  • No, it's not okay. I read one of your answers here. Apparently you don't even have proof your boyfriend is cheating. What if you do cheat and find out he never did? How will you feel then? If you don't know what I'm talking about, here is a link to your answer: http://www.answerbag.com/a_view/957102.
  • No it's that cheezy saying Two wrongs don't make a right. You should leave not lower yourself to his level.
  • I went and did it after an old GF cheated on me. Believe me! It didn't make me feel any better.
  • Sure, it's okay to cheat if cheated on... but why stay with a cheater. Leave the relationship and enjoy sex guilt-free with other people.
  • If it is okay for them, then it should be okay for you, isn't it? But first it is generally not okay to cheat and second many cheaters will not find it okay to be cheated on. But you could also confront them and ask them this very question.
  • I think its time to call it quits;)
  • No way ! If someone is jumping in a well to die, will you also jump ? If he/she is doing wrong, just break up but never cheat anyone ... and it may also happen that your next partner will not be able to believe you.....

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