That certainly explains a few things.
For example, remember that time that you were using our family computer for cheating websites and porn? I do.
Do you remember your response when I told you that I had found your cheating profiles and your apparent preference for virtual women and the unique kind of entertainment they provide instead of me, your wife? I do.
After I told you that I had found your extramarital activities, in my own home no less (desktop in our family room), you looked at me with that angry red face of yours and in all sincerity said, “stay off the Internet.”
That was not what I was expecting. I was expecting something like, I’m so sorry, that was wrong of me and I will never do it again.
Funny freaky Narcissists, can’t live with them.
I know, that’s an awkward sentence above. It sounds unfinished but it’s not. I said exactly what I meant.
Serial adultery, pornography, one night stands, hookups, affairs, all very exciting for you. Unfortunately for me, the word devastating comes to mind. Oh, and nauseating, that word too.
Mr. Cavalier man, no remorse, just anger that the wife had discovered your secret life. You weren’t even ashamed or embarrassed. What’s up with that?
Our family computer history should have been rated XXX! I saw things that to this day I can’t get out of my head. I had no idea what was available via the Internet.
I’m sorry, I suddenly feel sick, gotta go.
P.S. I will always miss the original misconception that I had of you, the man I thought I married.