We asked girl to tell us about all the times they’ve cheated on guys, and why
‘This guy was just waaaaay hotter’
So I've cheated on every guy I’ve ever dated and don’t feel the least bit sorry. But every time I tell someone that, they get all guarded, unsure of what to say since we're interacting IRL and they can't just reprimand me by calling me a whore in my Instagram comments or whatever.
Unless you're in an open or polyamorous relationship, people see cheating as a breach of trust — not that you can really cheat in an open or poly relationship — and immediately distrust anyone (specifically girls) they've heard about doing so. They call you "undatable," "too gross to fuck," or "sad and lonely."
But the only undatable, sad, lonely fucks I see are the guys we're all busy cheating on.
Hoes on here crying bout they boyfriend 24/7 damn bitch just cheat on him
— BBB™Caravaggioひ (@leastcurved) March 18, 2018
I was extremely unhappy in one of my relationships, but he was a loser so I felt bad breaking up with him.
Anyway, I ended up sleeping with a hot guy I went to school with and it felt amazing. I went home the next day, kicked my boyfriend out and told him I cheated. I'm basically a terrible person.
Once I was dating this guy and I was frustrated at him because our relationship was kinda fizzling out. I saw the guy I had broken up with earlier in the semester at a frat darty, and basically just started making out with him in public. We went upstairs and had unprotected sex in the living room, and then I went back to my other guy.
The next day I had to buy Plan B and felt like a slut because it was for the cheating sex I had, not my boyfriend. But really, I don't regret it.
this mf talk to me with an attitude like i wont cheat on him
— mikaela (@mikaelapeach) March 21, 2018
I've definitely seen two different guys at once… never confirmed terms with either, but they'd definitely both have been fucked off if they knew I was talking to someone else.
I slept with my boyfriend's best friend and still haven't told either of them. It's kind of exhilarating when we all hang out even though I do feel bad.
I'm in a pretty well-known band, and the other members are all guys. I was "exclusively" dating a man quite a bit older than me, but he was nice enough. But I'm just not a one-man woman, you know? Took me a while to realize it, whatever. So one night, we're playing at Radio City Music Hall and I invite my boyfriend along to hang backstage. Unbeknownst to him, I've been hooking up with the lead singer for months now. I know it's wrong, but who really cares? I was so turned on watching them meet each other with my boyfriend having NO CLUE that I was fucking the other guy behind his back.
And the best part was I could always tell my boyfriend was a bit jealous of him, and I'd have to assuage his insecurities. Eventually we broke up because clearly I'm a narcissist, but I always think about that.
I made out with my gay best friend one night with my squad at a group sleepover. My BF at the time didn't want me to be drinking and so I made out with him and his lesbian friend. I never told him I kissed another guy and a gay girl. He was a pussy. Like deadass, fuck him. He's lucky I was nice enough not to fuck my GBF and his friend, because they def woulda let me.
cheat on him first sis, it won’t hurt as bad
— A (@InsideAysia) March 13, 2018
I actually cheated on one of my boyfriends over the course of a year. I was kind of in love with two people at the same time, and it was so messy and I didn't know how to choose between them. I still talk to them both and they never found out, but now I feel like I could never really be with either of them long-term again since I feel a little guilty and I'm pretty sure they were both in love with me.
In high school, I dated this guy on and off for four years. One night on winter break, a bunch of my friends and I went to this party with people from a different town. I got so wasted and ended up hooking up with this other guy. The next day, I didn't feel guilty but I told my boyfriend at the time. We broke up and I started dating the guy I hooked up with later that year.
I am still in contact with both guys. It's something I wouldn't do again but it was definitely not the worst thing I've ever done.
Can’t wait to get a bf and cheat on him, inshallah.
— Kenny ? (@LeBaerut) March 21, 2018
I cheated on my boyfriend all the time while I was in college. He still lived at home, and I couldn't help but feel like single whenever I was going out. I kind of think it's always that way in long-distance relationships. How are you supposed to not get bored of sleeping alone?
I have cheated on every single guy I've dated, because for some reason after I was with the other person the feeling for the one who is special grows more and more. But it's my case, don't judge me. It's like when you're at the finest hotel but nothing is better than the Mac n Cheese at home.
My boyfriend and I had been dating long distance for two years. I really was in love with him, but my "forever person," the guy I'd been obsessed with since middle school, was visiting my friend and we all ended up going out and getting drinks together.
He asked if he could come home with me and before I could think about it I was like, "YES!" so he did and we had sex. Twice. I don't regret it because I always wanted to know what it would like to be with him. I feel like I got closure for something that was never really open to begin with?
I've been seeing this guy for about a year — still seeing him, actually — and I have no idea why but every time I'm out and super, super drunk, I cannot help but cheat on him. I don't know what I would do if I found out since I don't want to break up with him, but there's something so tempting about seeing what else is out there.
I used to cheat on my boyfriend like, every day.
I did it because I was a sex fiend and we were long distance so much of the time. And drinking and partying at school didn’t help that situation.
?? this dude told me he ain’t cuff me bc he think i would cheat on him
— mari?? (@datolerazzleD) March 12, 2018
I cheated on one of my exes multiple times with multiple people (I believe it was about 8 different guys). I don't really think it's excusable, but I also don't regret any of it. I had some good times, TBH.
I was seeing this guy exclusively freshman year of college and got drunk at a party and met someone who I flirted with all night. He brought me back to my dorm and I fucked him, and then I broke up with my boyfriend because I realized there was no real connection there.
gotta cheat on him before he cheats on you
— ??♀️ (@crsavsu) March 13, 2018
I was with this guy my whole junior year of high school, so he took me to his senior prom. In New Jersey, you go to the shore for the whole weekend after, so I went with him there too.
He kept trying to have sex (we were both virgins), but I wouldn't let him because my shallow ass didn't want to lose my virginity to someone I didn't think was that hot. Instead, I wound up losing my virginity to this waaay hotter guy in my grade that weekend.
I snuck away from my current boyfriend twice so we could fuck. I broke the kid's heart. But was it WORTH IT to have such a beautiful face as the person who took my FLOWER!? Yes.
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