Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Sombrero, Oct 16, 2016.
If I'm not married but I make love to a married woman that make me a bad perdon? serios pls
Fuch as much as you can.
No you are not. But don't be surprised if her husband nocking on your door one day
I will Fuch thx
"Good person"? "Bad person"? I've mentioned this many times before, but I don't like those absolutes.
Regardless, expect the husband to place a liquidation order.
By the way, you're a horndog. I'm pretty sure you created this thread hoping someone would say that.
ah dogs do that twice or thrice a year in their mating season!
They don't have brains to figure whose married to whom or what marriage is! Even if as a dog you posted I fucked my own daughter that wouldn't surprise!
PS: No offense. All said was keeping in mind that you are "a dog trapped in a human body"
I prefer Sex-murder Monkeys who got a pay raise
Ah, oh typo.
Yes you are very much wrong
You KNOW the answer!
you are not bad, you are just horny and was watching lot of MILF porn in your teenage.
What if you are married and another man have sex with your wife? Is he a bad person ?
totaly wrong. mayb its not crime in all countries , but it directly lead to divorce according to Law, even by naturally it will be very bad her. she just doesnt know yet.
"In 21 states of America, cheating in a marriage is against the law, punishable by a fine or even jail time. The New Hampshire Legislature is voting on a law Thursday that would repeal its anti-adultery law. Currently, adultery is a Class B misdemeanor and punishable by a fine up to $1,200 in the state."
Adultery remains illegal in 21 states across the US. The laws "extend back to the Old Testament", when women were treated as property"
Taiwan's adultery laws are an anomaly in the region, with the offence punishable by up to a year in prison. The country's minister of culture Lung Ying-tai has described the laws as archaic and embarrassing.
The application of the law also overwhelmingly favours men. "If Taiwanese men get caught, they usually apologise, then the wives tend to drop the charge because men are often the economic providers in most families; but if it is the other way round the women are dragged into court," explains Chen Yi-chien, a gender equality activist."
"Laws around the world
South Korea was one of only three Asian countries to still criminalise adultery, alongside Taiwan and the Philippines. All European nations have decriminalised adultery and, while it is not considered a criminal offence in most Western parts, it may still have legal consequences, especially in divorce proceedings. "
"Almost half of all US states and Several Muslim countries still consider adultery a criminal offence"
KARMA is bitch, karma will haunt you sooner or later
You're not going to go to jail for adultery in any state in the USA.
You're playing a dangerous game there mate. Husband can get your a$$ kicked.
Speak with her husband , maybe you can share .
i dont want ethics i want opinions
It depends on your own conscience - will you feel guilty?
What? Those are the same thing for many people.
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