The post then invites readers to do their own detective work to see if they can identify her soon-to-be ex-husband, who's 56 and works as a "contractor-type," and his mistress, also known as "the proud new doormat for a middle-aged man." "So the following may be you, or it may be 'multiples' of you. (He's done it twice) His family will hate you (they're weird, you'll see), and he has a tendency to do incredibly stupid stuff," she writes. Get out while you can." The Craigslist post is hardly the first attempt to shame a cheater in public. Lisa." When infidelity website Ashley Madison was hacked this year, data suggested cheaters really are everywhere. It has since been shared more than 2,300 times on social media, with comments ranging from "I'm laughing so hard" to "atta girl." "She went all detective on him haha so something I would do," one Facebook user wrote. "Good luck to the wife and may God forgive the other two." The original post reveals the couple is getting divorced, and the author says she's taking half of the money from everything they owned over 15 years, including their house, his new truck, tools and two purebred dogs.
He walked me to my car and asked me if I'd like to get together for dinner some time. By the look on my face, I could tell he realized this. From that moment forward, I was cast into the world of dating in the electronic era.This past September, a jilted lover bought a billboard sign in England that said: "To my cheating husband Paul. Sherri Shepherd has quite the view on her ex-husband.However big your gang is, ICQ has got room for everyone.The first time I ever received a text message was about five years ago. "Um, no." "Well, let me teach you," he said enthusiastically. " By the time I took my phone out of my purse, he was able to take it from me, press a few buttons and show me the text he'd just sent me.and determined that by Sally's own agreement in two separate legal judgments, New Jersey has exclusive and ongoing jurisdiction over this child support issue and all matters must be dealt with only in that state.