On 09-Oct-2017 In Relationship
Getting caught red-handed is one of the most disastrous and heartbreaking conditions one could get involved in. It's as bad as destroying the very foundation of any relationship.If you don't believe in Newton's concept that "every action has an equal and opposite reaction," then you may start thinking about it after reading these texts which are convincing enough. These screenshots about cheating are cases where the partner sent their confession of infidelity to the person they were cheating on, and it's both a hard learned lesson and hilarious fail. Like in one of the incidents you'll see a woman blaming the autocorrect for calling her boyfriend with another name before she finally admits that she was cheating on him with his best friend.All these texts are taken from the internet where people shared them online to revenge their cheating partners.Have a look!
Lesson learned: Confess your feelings to anyone in this world, but at least check the name before you type.
Lesson learned: When you're unfaithful, you can't rely on 'I love you,' that's not enough.
Lesson learned: Stay single or stay loyal. If you double cross two people, you'll be left with none.
Lesson learned: When you lose something, it's not that easy to win it back.
Lesson learned: You should always respect relations in your life, wheather they're with you or not.
Lesson learned: Always listen, understand and then respond. If you answer directly without understanding, then nothing will be left to interpret again.
Lesson learned: It's simple, make sure you make love to someone who respects privacy.
Lesson learned: Never lie, especially when you're in a crowd, and someone asks you the question.
Lesson learned: Bang anyone, anywhere but never use your text services when you're drunk.
Lesson learned: You should never be doing anything else while talking, it may give you a shock.
Lesson learned: Her best friend will always be her best friend, you can't judge girls.
Lesson learned: You don't need to put everything on Snapchat.
Lesson learned: The most underrated learning of all time, check well before sending.