Sunday, December 13, 2009

Why cheat? What is wrong with these women making money by cheating?

This whole Tiger Woods thing has me thinking about two big things; why do men cheat, and why do women cheat with high profile men and then feel it's ok to capitalize off of it?

Why do men cheat? Let me start here, honestly people in general. What is the purpose of marrying someone to turn around and cheat on them? Let's speak specifically about high profile athletes and celebs first. These men travel all the time, and see the opportunities as being easy and quick. They just do and don't think.On the other hand there are regular men who cheating and who aren't traveling or living extravagant lives. There is a difference between the two. High profile men are essentially hunted by women who are trying to have the experience of sleeping with them. Regular men aren't always hunted, a lot of times they're the hunters, or it's just circumstance. Is either more wrong then the other? I think cheating is just wrong, especially when you're married. You stand up before god and take vows then lay down with someone else, it just seems unimaginable. I sure hope when I get married my husband never does it, and if he chooses to be with other women then he should just ask for a divorce. Honestly men who can't be with just one woman shouldn't get married in the first place!! 

I was watching the Khloe Kardashian wedding earlier on my computer and I couldn't help but hope the best for the girl whose married to an NBA player, but in the same breathe I couldn't help but wonder when he'll start cheating. It'd be so interesting to know how many athletes have actually stayed faithful to the women they're with. Do these women who have cheating athlete husbands actually think their husbands are being faithful. After what happened to Steve McNair you'd think some of these athletes would have gotten their shit together and now Tiger Woods drama came out. Each and every one of them thinks they'll get away with it.

As a single woman who still believes in happily ever after, all of this frightens me. Am I just being foolish, should I give up hope now on having happily ever after? After all more then 50% of marriages end up in divorce. Finding a good guy first and foremost is worse then finding a needle in a 1000 mile long hay stack, so then once you find him you have to hope he's not sneaking behind your back.

So here is the other side of the issue, what kind of women are these who are cheating with these high profile men simply to make a buck off of them in the end? First of all they're cheating with a man whose married, they're believing whatever BS he has to tell them about how he's not happy, or they might not even need an excuse, they just need to know who he is. These women are risking their futures for 15 minutes of fame and payoffs from gossip magazines to get them through to long term success. Are they not considering that after we're done reading OK magazine for a few months they'll become irrelevant and a laughing stock in all professional worlds. What would make someone risk everything to be someones side whore?

I'm disappointed that affairs are really this huge in the media, do we really care that much that Tiger Woods has slept with a lot of desperate women who just want money? I know I sure as hell don't care. Do we care that his wife won't leave him, because all she ever was was a nanny and she won't have much without him especially if the prenup is tight. 

An interesting thought is that if these high profile men REALLY wanted to go out and do their thing on the side why would he continue to choose women with nothing. Those women have the most to gain. Go do your side thing with women who have everything they need, they're the least threatening. Why choose a waitress, nanny, cheerleader, they've got everything to gain from a man messing up and leaving evidence.

This is just wrong lol...but hey don't mess with the wrong women!! HILARIOUS!!

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