Here's a pretty simple rule: Don't cheat on your significant other.
However, if you feel absolutely compelled to cheat -- say, for example, an eco-terrorist in protest of how our government is treating the “wood” of the world has attached a bomb to your head that will detonate unless you have sex with a bunch of people who aren't your girlfriend -- please, for God's sake, try not to get caught.
Getting caught cheating is simultaneously the cruelest and dumbest thing you can do, and publicly shaming someone for doing it seems to be one of the more common strategies for people who've been slighted.
What's the worst way to get called out? Social media. After all, people have been horrible, cruel morons forever, but now we have the Internet to permanently preserve their idiocy for generations.
Here are a few of the dumbest examples. Shall we begin?
I mean listen, the guy plays guitar. That's just cool.
"I knew we should have gone to Chili's."
Judging from their profile pictures, this couple should be glad their children can't read or speak or carry concealed weapons.
And for all you people out there getting away with it, the social media equivalent of a wanted poster has arrived.
This is the opposite of what Snapchat is supposed to be used for.
Cover your face! They won't know it's you!
In fairness, you should be prepared for payback if you make anyone go to a Detroit Lions game.
Not technically social media, but too good to pass up. I don't know about you, but I LOVE treasure hunts.
I'm sure we can all relate to this.
Cheaters really need to stop leaving their Facebooks open.
L O G. O U T.
L O G. O U T.
That time one man politely offered to send a guy some pictures. Also, let's say "slut" less, people.
...Of course there are two sides to every story.