E-vil  

bedroomice2003 43M
359 posts
7/9/2006 2:03 am

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E-vil


It's confession time.

Name one bad thing you've done, and it better be evil.

How evil?

Really evil. Like you would say it was ee-veel, like it was the froo-its of the dev-eel.

You will be graded.

rm_wetfingeraz 53F
3012 posts
7/9/2006 4:46 pm

How about having unapologetic sex with a married man? I know, the men will all be, "Alright!" (except for the resident nut case), and the women will all be calling me an evil, homewrecking slut.


bedroomice2003 43M

7/9/2006 7:29 pm

OhBaby199, there's nothing wrong with shameless self-promotion when it works, so it's only quasi-evil. Or is it the Diet Coke of evil? But then I know just how e-vil you're capable of being, so I'll let it slide this time.

wetfingeraz, I don't believe any of us should ever apologize for our desires, and it seems to me this guy knows exactly what he's doing and its potential consequences. It's not evil, it's just human.


rm_wetfingeraz 53F
3012 posts
7/9/2006 8:35 pm

    Quoting bedroomice2003:
    OhBaby199, there's nothing wrong with shameless self-promotion when it works, so it's only quasi-evil. Or is it the Diet Coke of evil? But then I know just how e-vil you're capable of being, so I'll let it slide this time.

    wetfingeraz, I don't believe any of us should ever apologize for our desires, and it seems to me this guy knows exactly what he's doing and its potential consequences. It's not evil, it's just human.
Absolutely he does. We discussed it at length before becoming intimate. But other women would vilify me for it. How could I do that to another woman? What if somebody cheated on me? Etc. Well, been there, done that, bought the t-shirt. Maybe I'm buying bad karma for the future, or maybe I'm walking a mile in the "other woman's" shoes. I have learned that there are two sides to every story, and while this is probably not the best solution, two people are taking a little joy where they can find it.


bedroomice2003 43M

7/10/2006 1:54 am

wetfingeraz, I completely agree, although I respect those who feel differently. And really, I've never understood how some people can be so pious and self-righteous when everyone is looking for a little happiness and connection.


SweetDarlinAngel 39F
2996 posts
7/10/2006 1:25 pm

hmm....
Could getting pregnant while with one man's baby while married to a woman be considered a bit on the sinister side ... *giggles* ... I may have unveiled my evil half here ...

~Angel


bedroomice2003 43M

7/10/2006 6:44 pm

SweetDarlinAngel, well probably not actually e-vil, but definitely a Jerry Springer moment.


herotherside 40F
463 posts
8/1/2006 6:13 am

wetfingeraz, boy have you stirred up a few memories for me. It seems most of my past encounters with men have been with married men. My moto was, "So what, I'm not the one cheating. That's his problem." As for the dumb ones that can't cover up their cheating, oh well, can't blame me for their divorces. I'm not gonna erase my number off their phones for them. I'm not gonna ask if they paid cash instead of using a credit card for the flowers they sent me. I will however tell a fool to wear a dark shirt next time and hand him something to wipe the lipstick stain off with.

Now, I just stick to the swinger lifestyle where no one's (supposedly) cheating. The wife knows me, the husband knows me, the girlfriend knows me, the boyfriend knows me.

In the past, I have been with other women's women before, but my day will come when I have that woman who is cheating on her husband, and he thinks we're just good friends.


bedroomice2003 replies on 8/1/2006 2:56 pm:
No one ever said engaging in this sort of activity was easy or without risk. But some people are just stupid about it and take unnecessary chances. I'd prefer the swinger option.

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