How to Cheat and Get Away With It
  • Have you simply fallen out of love with your partner and don’t have it in you to end things?
  • Is your partner not providing or satisfying your sexual desires?

Well, I’m here to help!

Please be advised that while I don’t condone cheating, and feel that if your partner has done something unforgivable, you should probably just end the relationship. I am a firm believer in Karma and feel that whatever you dish out will come back to you 3 fold. However, if you are not prepared to end things or if you really want to stick it to them before you leave, these tips I have provided are from cheaters themselves and are believed to be the ONLY WAY to cheat and get away with it.

1.The only way to keep a secret between 3 people, is if 2 of them are dead.

I’m not telling you to kill people, but if you want to keep your indiscretions discrete, Don’t tell Anyone. Even your best friend, because most likely he is one of two ways, a) He wants to sleep with your partner. b) He is actually a good person. So keep your cheating to yourself.

2. STDs are real.

Penetration is not the only way to get an STD, so please take a minute to check out your mistresses naughty parts before you proceed, and ALWAYS WEAR A CONDOM. Remember, a diamond lasts forever, and so does Herpes, Genital Warts, and AIDS.

3. Go the distance.

Hook-up in public, and you’re gonna get spotted. Don’t go to the bars and clubs where you and your partner go, people have seen you there. Many cheaters have said that they go out of town where nobody knows them to cheat. Makes sense, right?

4. Foolproof your phone and Computer.

The last thing you want is your partner finding something or someone on your phone or PC that looks suspicious. You might want to get a separate phone and email address that your partner doesn’t know about as well. Never give your regular number or email to someone your partner wouldn’t approve of. Always delete your browsing history, but not all of it, and for God’s sake, don’t add your cheating partner to your Facebook or Twitter account. You will get busted!

5. Some girls act crazy.

Yes, even the Hot ones… especially the Hot ones. They may act cool for a while, but eventually they will want to be your full time girl. So beware of that cool chick hook up because they could be your next stalker and go out of their way to get you busted. They could find out where your girl works, and go there to tell them how they have been sleeping with their Man. NOT GOOD! And, the more you go back, the greater the risk of getting caught.

6. Don’t use credit or debit cards for suspicious purchases.

Don’t leave a paper trail of evidence, your partner will find out. Pay cash for everything.

7. Stay mysterious.

Don’t go blabbing all the details of your life to your hookup. Give them as little information about your life as possible, lie to them if you have to. Because if they happen to find out about your life or that they are your tail-on-the-side, results could be disastrous.

8. If your partner finds out, expect your shit to get trashed.

Yes, they will key your car, cut up or bleach your clothes, or tell your Mom on you. Hey, if it happened to me it could happen to you.

9. A well motivated partner will catch you.

If your partner is a good sleuth you will get caught. Watch for familiar cars following you.

Keep things cool at home or with your partner.

Keep in mind that your partner may get wind of your suspicious behavior. Not to worry though, we have tips for that too.

10. Laugh at their suspicions instead of getting mad.

By getting mad and acting crazy is only showing your guilt. Anger also triggers arguments and you don’t want this one sitting in the back of your minds. You want to avoid attaching lingering negative memories to this conversation, and the best way to do that is to keep it from getting heated.

Don’t laugh in a mean or sarcastic way, don’t make fun of your partner for having suspicions, (you are cheating on them, you don’t have to be an asshole too.)

0Simply act surprised or shocked that it didn’t really occur to you that you had been acting that way.

11. Talk to them about their suspicions.

After your nonchalant reaction to their suspicions don’t just turn around and run away, this may make them think you’re not taking things seriously. That resentment can linger and fester, you’d be better off taking this situation head on.

Tell them you are sorry they feel that way and that you didn’t even know that you were causing them to feel insecure.

Allow them to voice their concerns, and be a good listener. Don’t interrupt them or get defensive.

Make note of their specific suspicions, this will help you to know what mistakes you’re making.

12. Promise to make an effort on those trust issues.

A good partner will feel bad for making them worry, so assure them that even though they have nothing to worry about, you will make an effort to pay more attention to them.

13. Change some of your suspicious behavior.

If you let your partner speak honestly, they make give you a list of specific concerns they have about your behavior. If you change your behavior without warning, it may make them even more suspicious. However, if you have an open conversation with them about how you promise to change those behaviors, they will interpret your changed behaviors as dedication to work on your relationship.

Tripping all over yourself to completely change your behaviors might make you look like you’re overreacting or have a guilty conscience. Don’t make dramatic changes.

Simply change your behavior enough to demonstrate that you’re making an effort to maintain trust in the relationship.

14. Stop the affair or put it on hold.

If your partner is too on target with their suspicions, it may be time to call off the affair, or at least put it on hold until the danger passes. Even after the conversation about your partner’s fears, even after you promise to make them feel safer in the relationship, your partner may still have their suspicions. Don’t take unnecessary risks.

Please remember, when you cheat you’re not only hurting your partner, but you’re hurting yourself and others around you as well.