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Not admitting adultery

  • loserinlove
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25 Oct 07 #5238 by loserinlove
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My ex won't admit adultery cos he didn't sleep with his new woman till 2 days after he left me - sad sod thinks that that time difference means it doesn't count!!

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25 Oct 07 #5242 by LittleMrMike
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Technically, it's still adultery till Decree Absolute.

Mike 100468

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25 Oct 07 #5246 by gone1
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Yes its still adultary. Your still married. Chris

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