Sunday, March 18, 2007

It's not cheating right....

Since the dawn of man, we have been searching. Searching for the definitive answer to the ultimate question. What constitutes cheating?

Ok so its not really the ultimate question, but i'd like to know the definitive boundaries none the less. And more importantly when should you tell someone about the actions of their partner if you feel the line may have been crossed?

So let's look at the facts, if a person is in a monogamous relationship, what interactions are only expectable to be conducted with the individuals within that relationship? What actions if conducted with another person constitutes as a cheating act? And now once you have decided that, if an action lies on the boundaries does it then became cheating if they knowingly conceal it? I mean if the president of the United States can claim fellatio is not classified as sex, then where is the line in the sand when it comes to cheating?

Thoughts for a waiting man

Till next we meet,
Paul

4 Misguided mentions... :

  1. AdamMac said...

    Hmmm.. Food for thought!

  2. Anonymous said...

    In Latin, the word for "pot" is 'Aula'. Stirring huh? =P

  3. sharyn~ann said...

    are you any closer to what constitutes cheating? beause an answer would really help me out...not that it matters anymore...

  4. Paul said...

    From what i have argued it can be defined as.

    Cheating: any act of a sexual nature performed with an individual other than a person’s current partner, which should conduce a feeling of remorse, or cannot be freely mentioned to the partner out of fear of recourse.

    Which is of course way too broad to mean anything! I guess what im trying to say is if you know its going to hurt your partner then it must be defined as cheating even if you don’t feel so.