Cheating Fiance

posted 1 month ago in Relationships
Post # 16
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743 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: City, State

alisonwedger :  Fuck that shit.

How can he do this and say that he loves me?

He can’t. He doesn’t. Run.

I can guarantee you that your guests are paying less for the trip than you will pay a divorce attorney. Do you really want this man to legally make decisions for you and own half your shit?

Like if you get hit by a bus and end up in a coma in three weeks, guess who can pull the plug.

He can’t keep his dick in his pants, he doesn’t deserve you. So again I say, fuck that shit.

ETA woman to woman, YOU DESERVE SO MUCH BETTER

Post # 17
Member
801 posts
Busy bee

Call it off.  Call your parents and let them know what’s going on.  The people who love you do not want you to get married to a cheater just so you won’t disappoint them for spending money.  

Post # 18
Member
53 posts
Worker bee

Oh my God I can never believe it when people do shit like this! There is no excuse!

Post # 19
Member
1940 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2017 - Pearson Convention Centre

Call off the wedding

Post # 20
Member
1222 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

 Even if I was $100K into planning a wedding and found this out I’d still cancel the wedding. Nothing is worth a lifetime of heartache and deceit.

You’re very lucky to have found out now. Walk and don’t look back 

Post # 21
Member
82 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Call it off. Those who have already paid for travel arrangements can keep those travel arrangements and come have a party with you – just minus the cheating dirtbag!

(I called off my wedding and had family that was planning to come down come down anyway – we had a party the afternoon I was supposed to marry a [probably] cheating dirtbag and it ended up being a nice day.)

Don’t go through with it out of guilt or obligation. If you really can’t look at him and can’t imagine marrying him, don’t!

Post # 22
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14 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2020 - City, State

I am so sorry you’re going through this.  However, you DO have a choice.  If he can’t be trusted now, he never will be.  Call it off while you still have the chance.  I’m sure your family and friends only want the best for you and will understand.  Your happiness comes first, and it’s clear that he has caused you a great deal of pain.  Much love to you <3 

Post # 23
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5753 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2016

It’s WAAAAAY less expensive to call of a wedding than it is to deal with a divorce and/or an STD that you caught from your skank of a husband.

Call it off. Let people know asap. You could send out one of those announcements “Picked the wrong guy, gave him the wrong finger.” People will be very understanding, believe me. Moreso even than if they fly out, send or bring gifts and then you’re filing for divorce in a couple weeks.

Post # 24
Member
588 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Call off the wedding and change your username if it’s your real name. 

Post # 25
Member
8947 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

Also you can call off the wedding and not cancel the party (if you have to pay anyways). Have a I didn’t marry an arsehole party or invite an aged care facility or homeless shelter or domestic violence shelter to have a kick arse party.

If anyone is angry at you for not marry this guy then they are the problem, not you.

Post # 26
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50 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2019

Do not marry this cheating bum! Call. It. Off. You will regret committing your life and 1/2 of your net worth to someone who is not committed to you. Divorce will cost you wayyyy more than calling off the wedding.

I am so sorry this is happening to you bee, but a fresh start will be best. You deserve someone who is faithful!

Post # 27
Member
100 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Guys like this don’t change. Take it from me, I was married to one. After we divorced he said something I’ll never forget… he said “I always loved you, but I’ve always loved myself more”. That was our 15 year marriage in a nutshell. Don’t go down that road, it’s much harder to extricate yourself once you marry him.

Post # 28
Member
421 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2019

Call off the wedding!!! If you don’t, you’re saying that cheating is okay and you’re willingly signing on for a lifetime of it. Please don’t do that, you’re worth more. 

Post # 29
Member
493 posts
Helper bee

Fuck that shit…call off the wedding. If you don’t, your saying that cheating is ok.

If i were you i’d drop his ass so fast his head would spin along w/ calling off the wedding. If he can’t be loyal & faithful to you then he doesn’t deserve you bc once a cheater always a cheater & trust me when i say this, you deserve so much better! 

So if i were you i’d RUN while you still can & not marry this cheating scumbag. You are worth more than this! 

 

Post # 30
Member
248 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2020

I am sorry for what you are going through, but you are seriously considering going through with the wedding?  Call that sh!t off!  And if you have angry travelers, let them know where to direct their displeasure.  

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