Your thoughts? People really go through the hassle of doing this?
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|Wed, 10-02-2013 - 2:17pm|
This was quite a few years ago, but I still think about it every now and then. My fiance, "Gage," unfortunately cheated on me (not physically) a few years back. One thing I still think about were the emails exchanged between him and the random girls whom he met via dating sites, Craigslist, etc. He never cheated on me with girls he knew personally, at least I don't believe so. That's why I'm here; to figure that out.
Within the email exchanges were photos of his **ahem** and old pics of him in his Military uniform. (He's no longer in the Military and I didn't know him when he was in the Military). The women would in return send photos of themselves touching themselves and many nude ones of all races and sizes. A few in particular I still question to this day; there were many photos of women that actually went through the trouble of photoshopping those "comment bubbles" and would say things like, "Lick me Gage" or "Do you want this Gage." I feel kind of silly thinking about this because I may very well be reading too much into this but I sit here and wonder how so many people would go through the trouble of "personalizing" stuff like that. It gives me the idea that they knew him personally. Is it silly of me to be thinking about this? I honestly don't believe he fooled around with women he knew. This is just me, but if I were to go through the hassle of personalizing a message within a photo like those women then it would be for someone I knew personally. Do you think these women actually knew him?
What are your thoughts everyone?