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Woman Hides Under Bed to See if Husband is Faithful, Never Expected What She Heard

If you haven’t spied on your significant other’s text messages, Facebook inbox or email, you may have thought out about. The San Francisco Chronicle recently posted a fictional account of a woman who took this to the next level by putting her husband to the test. A test that ultimately backfired on her.

She wanted to find out how her husband would react if she left him, so she wrote him a letter saying that she was sick of their relationship and that she was leaving him. She put the letter on a table in their bedroom then hid under the bed.

Her husband read the letter and began to sing and dance, as he changed his clothes.

He dialed his phone and said to the person on the other end,” "Hey babe, I'm just changing clothes then I will join you. As for the other fool, it has finally dawned on her that I was fooling around behind her back so she left me. See you soon, honey!"

He wrote a message on the letter and left. She never expected that he was cheating, and began to weep. She got out from under the bed and read the message her husband left.

"I could see your feet, you idiot. I am going out to buy bread,” the letter read.

Source: SF Globe
Photo: 123RF

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