Post # 1
My Fiance had his iPod in his car, I was going through it while he was in his house and I clicked on the Internet.. there was a site that he had left open called fuckbook… I’ve heard of it but didn’t really know what it was, turns out it’s an online adult dating site, pretty much a site to find people to hook up with. I’m devestated 🙁 I didn’t say anything to him, I’m in shock and really surprised. I keep thinking maybe he’s not physically cheating but email sexting? Ugh, I don’t know 🙁 we had just wrote out our engagement cards before I found this and he was all excited and kept calling me future wifey and acting like a great Fiance . We’ve been engaged for a year and things are amazing in all aspects of our relationship, I don’t understand. I was debating on making up an account and looking up his profile, but at the same time I really don’t want too.. Maybe he’s just being a guy and being curious?
so sad 🙁
Post # 3
@Beebee225: I’m so sorry. I’d definitely talk to him about it.
Post # 4
@Beebee225: You’re going to have to talk to him about this! We really can’t help you. Hopefully there is nothing going on, but you won’t know until you ask him.
Post # 5
@Beebee225: if it were me I would make an account to find him and then ask him about it, giving him a chance to tell the truth. That way you’ll know for sure if he’s lying or something. I’m sorry you’re dealing with this ):
Post # 6
To be fair, I get spam e-mails from fuckbook all the time. I’ve never been to the website, but they’re usually hidden with “Tina messaged you!” titles with just a link to “check the message.” (that doesn’t exist.)
Post # 7
I agree with everyone else. You have to talk to him. My Fiance actually gets spam email from them and has never used the site, but if there are more than a couple pages in the history you definitely need to talk to him.
Post # 8
Could it be a pop-up that he didn’t even know was there? That sometimes happens, i.e. you go to a site, and an advertising window pops up which you then ignore and perhaps forget to close.
Mind you, I think a popup ad for a site called f***book would only pop up if he was looking at porn sites in the first place. But you never know, it might pop up from visiting more benign sites. You could look at his history to find out.
Post # 9
I usually assume the worst but in this case, if this is you have on him, I think you need to s,ow down. There are a lot of reasons someone could end up on an icky site without being a member. . You need to find out more before you discuss this with him. Fr all you know, he was on social media and someone linked to that site. Or he got spammed.
Eta: I know for a fact that going to certain sites, unrelated to pornm at all, Weill bring up all kind of ads that say ” this hot chick wants talk to you!” Etc. who knows what happens when you click on it, but they are in a new tab, so it could well end up on his browser in the iPad.
Post # 10
Wow. First of all, was the site just open on his iPod, or did you actually see he had a username or something? Could it have been a popup-type ad? Because without actual proof that he’s actually using the site’s services, I wouldn’t jump to conclusions.
You need to talk to him about this. Maybe casually bring it up, like say, “oh by the way I was looking for something on your iPod and found this site called fuckbook? What is it? Never heard of it before…heh, maybe I’m becoming irrelevant…” etc, etc. Make it a normal conversation and see how he responds. Cause if he’s NOT cheating and you blow up at him over nothing, it could really blow up in your face.
Good luck :/
Post # 11
i’d straight up ask him what fuckbook is. if he takes longer than 5 seconds to respond, I’d be worried.
Post # 12
I don’t know, I am kinda with the PP who suggested creating an account and finding him on the site because he will more than likely lie to you about it when you confront him. It does seem kind of stalker-ish but this is not just some guy you are dating, he is about to be your husband and I would want to know what is going on before taking the next step. Its one thing to get spam email from random sites, but if the site was left open that is a different story.
Post # 13
i guess you could set up a sting– do it yourself and pm his account and see what happens?
Im sorry bee you even have to question this… better safe then sorry though. xx
Post # 14
thanks for the feedback, I never considered it being a pop up site. It was just a site that he had open, I didn’t see any username. I’m pretty sure you have to pay for it too, and my Fiance doesn’t have A visa or MasterCard . Maybe I’m over reacting, starting to calm down now:)
Post # 15
Well, you can set up an account and see if he really has one, and if so, then confront him about it. I also agree that certain unrelated websites can pop up when you are looking at other things. You need more information…
Post # 16
@Beebee225: Just ask him.. yesterday I received an email from a senior dating website…LOL! I can assure you I’m not a senior and have no idea why I got this email. I Am a reformed snooper…did a lot of sneaky things that involved expensive technology and Ultimatley divorced because of what I found. PM me if you’d like to speak candidly.