Sneaky Sneaky

@lisa0351 (303)
United States
August 13, 2008 3:12am CST
My friend and co-worker was telling me about a weird situation tonight. Pretty much, another friend of ours has been thinking that her boyfriend is cheating. She has something on her computer that records keystrokes and she knows his whereabouts online, and also his screen names and passwords. She is paying my friend to create fake accounts and try to arrange a date with her boyfriend. While on that date, she is going to show up instead of the girl he thinks he is meeting. I am really concerned because every time we have ever been out with her, he seems really violent and gets upset. I am afraid something will go terribly wrong. Also, if things were so bad, why doesn't she tell him instead of getting another person involved? I told her to call Cheaters, and embarass him publicly, plus make his cheating ways known. Something just doesn't seem right about this situation, what do you think?
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@subha12 (18453)
• India
13 Aug 08
i think its going to be matter of risk. she can risk herself.of course she tries to arrange for some other peopel to meet bhim, its going to be good. but its bettter to get the proof and leave him.
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• United States
13 Aug 08
oh dear..i can see that whole situation getting waaay out of hand, especially if he has a tendency to violence. like the person above me says..she should just get the proof (thru the emails or "discussions" with her friend-they shouldnt meet) and then leave him. "setting him up" is just plain asking for trouble..and from the way you describe him, asking to possibly get physically hurt. if she is that suspicious of him, then the relationship is already doomed anyways. there's a fine line between "having a feeling" and suspicious to the point of installing keystroke software and setting him up to be caught. its plain time to move on.
• United States
13 Aug 08
rather..its MORE than a fine line between the two lol! if she has made that big jump to setting him up...its a done deal that the relationship is over.
@lisa0351 (303)
• United States
13 Aug 08
I totally agree, I could actually see someone getting hurt out of this. My friend is scared to be the "bait" and I don't blame her. She needs to show him the evidence she had allready and bust him out on that, not just create a big drama filled show in a public place.