If you had the opportunity to have an affair with someone married, would you?

Whether you are single or married.

I had the opportunity. I declined and avoided him like the plague..

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  • iroc
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    life is short.

    Missed opportunities will haunt you later.

    Source(s): life
  • 1 decade ago

    i have had the opportunity and i have taking it on several occasions i was much younger then but now i regret it because now the time has come for me to get married and at times i remember the dirt that i did and the homes that i shattered because some ended n divorce and if i could take it back i truly would the bible say be not deceived for God is not mocked for what so ever a man soweth (meaning do) that shall he also reap

    (meaning get back in return) so u see now the shoe is on the other foot and i feel a little bit afraid so u did the right thing

    God bless u happy holidays

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    ABSOLUTELY NOT!!! First of all I play seconds to none and Im not a sideline ho. Secondly I wouldnt do that because if a person is married and will cheat on their spouse then what would do to me. It's just wrong and you did the right thing because what goes around comes around and it smacks you twice as hard. That person is a LOSER. No wonder the divorce rate is so high. What happened loyalty, morals or trust in relationships these days. Thats a shame

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm married and I've done it with a married friend and with 2 unmarried friends. Your decision not to is probably wise. The situation is terribly problematic especially if you and the other persons spouse are friends, co-workers or both. Relationships that are supposedly friends with benefits are never what they seem. I guess there are a great many that this works for but I've always had a difficult time holding the line between sex buddies and my commitment to the woman I married. Thats not to say I don't still do it but it tends to be more of a short term situation.

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  • 1 decade ago

    NO! I had the opportunity myself, and declined to. The funny thing is, that person and her husband both know about it, and are friends with me still.

  • 1 decade ago

    It's not about opportunity - if there is nothing there to start with - if there was a very strong pull to that person then maybe but not just for the hell of it

  • 1 decade ago

    NO, not ever!! I know all too well what it feels like to be on the other end of that. I have been cheated on in the past and would never hurt someone like I was hurt

  • 1 decade ago

    No way...Unless the divorce was finalized. In the event that someone tries wwith you..and they are married....Then they may be a plague.

    Source(s): Intuition
  • 1 decade ago

    Absolutely NOT. I don't believe in messing around with people who are already in a relationship. I am married and believe in the commitment and sanctity of marriage.

  • 1 decade ago

    No I won't its just a sign of respect for his/her family... I f you'll dwell into such relationships you'll just make things complicated either for you or for them... It is also hard dividing time or sharing time with another... you could not get his/her full attention and time cause you know you are just stealing a little time for yourself with him... besides there are other people out there and they are single too ^^,

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    sure would

    it is one of the safest ways to do it

    they really can't bother you after wards, if they become a bother you just say leave me alone or I am telling, and they leave you alone...

    and if you want some you just ask and most married people are starved for attention they will give you the attention you want

    it is the safest way

    good luck

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