Facebook is used for a lot of great things in this day and age. Mostly for connecting with people you know from near and far, using one central platform to keep family and friends in the loop, and if you’re a crazy bargain shopper like me, you can even buy and sell stuff through Facebook now!
One of its downfalls is not so much that of Facebook, but rather that of people who seem to be lacking morals and abuse the private message function.
Such people like a married man who got schooled last week after suggesting an affair to a married woman he’d never met.
After commenting back and forth with each other in some sort of Facebook debate, the man thought he’d take things a little further.
He decided to private message the woman he’d been talking politics with publicly, and chat instead about his intentions.
“Maybe we should go out sometime,” he wrote to her. She acknowledged that she was flattered, but married.
Her relationship status should have otherwise ended their conversation, but instead he pressed further saying he’s also married, and they just won’t tell.
“It will be fun lol,” he wrote.
The woman, who had already declined his invitation, then served up a mic-drop-worthy pot of get-yourself-straight stew, putting the suggestive stranger in his place:
“When I got diagnosed with cancer last year I didn’t have the heart to tell my boys (whom I have always protected) that I could die. My husband had to look in their eyes and say that I was sick. He subsequently took care of me during multiple surgeries, emptying drainage bags, giving me blood thinner shots, holding my hand while [I] was in pain, and going to get chemo infusions.
“During this time there was a song lyric that would constantly loop in my head: ‘Love is watching someone die.’ So my question to you is…who is going to watch you die? Get your house in order and please stop messaging me.”
The exchange was posted to imgur, and there’s no knowing who this savage woman is, but ALL. THE. PRAISE to you, you beautiful and strong woman!
This is one of the most wonderful examples of commitment and true love. You can’t help who tries to break up your marriage, but you can make sure it’s not YOU.