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One of the best blog posts I’ve read about the pathetic Other Women (OW) – also known as ‘whores’ – was written by pabloswife on her blog ‘I Never Said I Loved Her‘. Her post ‘The Other Woman, or as I Prefer to Call Them, Whores’ was a brilliant look at all the boo-fucking-hoo stories spouted by the skanks who have affairs with married men (MM). How sad it is that they have to leave their MM so he can go back to his wife. How miserable those men must be. How it aches when the whore hears he had sex with his <gasp> WIFE.

Fuck me, bring out the violins.

A few days ago, I read an interview with one of these treacherous Other Women on the self-help blog Affair Resources and Advice, ironically written by a woman – oops, MAN – who cheated on his partner for TWO GODDAM YEARS. Anyone want to take advice from anyone with those credentials? Didn’t think so.

Anyhoo, as you can imagine, in this interview, the cheating wife and OW ‘Kaitlyn’ craps on about how she fell for a married man ‘Arthur’ and how devastated she was when his wife discovered the affair and he ditched the bitch, (aka the Other Woman), to go back to his wife.

How devastating!

In the interview, Kaitlyn drops this pearl: “To answer the question on if I’ve ever cheated before, well, no. Not really.”

I’m sorry, NOT REALLY?! What the fuck does that mean?

Well, by the time I got the end of this miserable interview, I was seething. You can read it for yourself here.

So I left the following comment: “You hope that his wife realises he is not alone to blame for the state of his marriage?! My goodness, is this how you justify the affair to yourself? Is the reason you sleep at night by telling yourself their marriage must have been complete shit? You awful, selfish whore. I hope you live the rest of your life in fear [of your husband finding out]. I feel for your husband – you’ve made a fool out of him and the truth will eventually come out, Just you wait and see.’

Despite writing up this interview and placing it on the internet for all to see, the blog owner had the temerity to say: “Judge if you must, but if you must, please do it silently.

Fuck that, this is the GODDAM INTERNET! If I want to comment, I will. If you don’t want to publish it, then don’t. That’s your choice. But don’t tell me I can’t speak.

You’d be right if you guessed my comment didn’t go down too well with the blog’s owner.

Instead of sending my comment to spam, or – I don’t know – IGNORING me, he wrote me this lovely reply which I am pasting here for you all to see:

“I deleted your comment because apparently you have an inability to read, and you are a nasty, gutless, and rude person, hiding behind an anonymous blog and log-in. As I stated above, I asked that if you must judge, then please do silently. This woman has come out of the shadows to tell her story. Not to brag, but in the hopes that others will learn from what she did and hopefully avoid infidelity altogether. She is very remorseful. And hurting.

but people like you have to come along and throw nasty words and invectives at people like her. Why? She isn’t the one that cheated with your husband, I presume. So why would you be such a jerk?

Answer? because it’s easier than looking in the mirror. As long as you can write off a total stranger as “an awful whore”, then you don’t have to actually determine what YOUR part was in your husband’s affair. You can avoid looking in the mirror. Because frankly, one way or another, you do share blame for your husband’s infidelity:

Either you neglected him and or your marriage (or outright abused him emotionally or otherwise), or you married a person of very low character, and yes, you chose him, so you are partly to blame either way.

So before you start throwing stones, take a long look in the mirror. The fact that you would come here and act like this NOT to the woman that apparently ruined your “perfect marriage” (cough, cough, sputter), but would say things like this to a total stranger speaks volumes about you as a person. Your character. Your maturity. Your ability to deal with disappointment and hurt. And none of it is good. If this is any indication how you talk to your husband, I assure you that unless he has no other options, he will ultimately leave you. Your attitude is the opposite of understanding, compassion, maturity and forgiveness. I wish you luck. Clearly my blog is not the place for you. I suggest you avoid it. But please don’t bother commenting. Your types of comments are not wanted here. I demand civility if nothing else.

I rarely call people like you out on the carpet here. I merely just “spam” your comments. But frankly you deserve to be shown up. Your comments are completely uncivil and uncalled for.

I hope to God YOU never make a big mistake in life, because karma is a bitch when it hits you. “

Baby, don’t worry about karma getting me. Karma’s saving for her best stuff for cheating whores such as yourself and Kaitlyn.

And I have news for you, Mr High-and-Mighty, you’d be hard-pressed to find a Betrayed Spouse (BS) who doesn’t refer to the other woman (OW) as a complete whore.

Any woman (in this case, a MARRIED ONE) who KNOWINGLY engages INAPPROPRIATELY with a married man is a WHORE. Make no mistake about that.

Are you seriously having a go at me for writing my blog and commenting anonymously? I don’t see a name on your blog. Or any defining information about your friend Kaitlyn. NEWS FLASH: this is the internet and anonymity is afforded to us all. That doesn’t mean a real person doesn’t exist behind these words – they aren’t written by a robot.

I follow plenty of blogs written by betrayed spouses (BS), wayward spouses (WS), and other women (OW). I’d say 99 per cent of them are written anonymously.

The ones written by the cheating spouses usually have comments turned off. Why? Because they realise the amount of non-sympathetic, abusive emails they’d get. D’uh!

But not you, no. You CHOSE to leave comments ON, and I ask myself why.

Did you expect comments of encouragement and sympathy for Kaitlyn?

Do you feel the other woman worthy of our decency or compassion?

If so, you’re delusional.

By all means, don’t let the betrayed spouses out there tell her how it really is. Let’s leave her in her own little fantasy bubble where everyone feels sorry for her.

And if you think the other woman is suffering, how the fuck do you think the wife is coping? A thousand times worse, I can guarantee that.

The other woman has completely destroyed everything she knew about love, her sense of self, her sanity. She will spend forever asking why this happened, how it could have happened to her, how she will ever trust her husband again, and how you rebuild a marriage with a cheat.

Every marriage has its challenges, but the spouse who feels it is so unbearable they feel the need to look for sympathy and intimacy with someone else, needs to man up and say “Hey, we have a problem, what can we do?” rather than run to the first whore who will stroke their ego.

You left comments on but you don’t want anyone calling out the other woman for her thoughtless, selfish, egocentric behaviour (which of course the cheating husband is also guilty of). I’ve said it once, but it bears repeating: she KNOWINLGY engaged INAPPROPRIATELY with a married man. She fell in love with him. There was no grey area.

I don’t believe I said anything about having a “perfect marriage” in QUOTATION marks, no less. But I do know a thing or two about being the betrayed spouse. My husband cheated on me with a married woman who bitched and moaned that her own husband paid no attention to her. So what does she do? Go after someone else’s. It’s a low act.

So feel free to not have the backbone to publish my comment (gutless in itself) but please don’t think this erases the truth.

You didn’t like what I had to say, but you felt it was perfectly OK to send me a long, bitchy reply (which is why I initially thought you were female).

I didn’t quite understand the level of vitriol in your response until I noticed your name: Recovering WS. Ah, all makes sense now – you’re in the same cheating boat as skanky ‘Kaitlyn’.

Guess I hit a nerve.

And as for Kaitlyn hurting and being remorseful?

BOO.

FUCKING.

HOO.

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