Utah man’s viral story about cheating on wife has a twist – and everyone loves it

5 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

7 Quotes That Make This Husband’s ‘Almost Cheated’ Post Better Than a Hallmark Movie.

“Kind of embarrassed to admit this, but I think I sort of cheated on my wife today,” begins a Utah man’s Facebook post that has been shared over 200,000 times. A Utah man’s Facebook post detailing how he ‘checked out’ a beautiful woman ahead of him in the line at Target — only to realize just a moment later that the object of his admiration was, in fact, his own wife — has split online opinion, having been praised as sweet and romantic, and been accused of being a total creep.A man’s hilarious story about not immediately recognizing his wife in public has gone viral, and now some strangers are even thanking him for giving their own relationships a boost. Jason Hewlett, 37, from Salt Lake City had visited the department store by himself to pick up a few things and couldn’t help but stare at an ‘amazingly beautiful’ woman a few feet away. Because while the Internet might sometimes seem like it’s only good at trolling and lolling, it’s very, very good at standing up for victims and throwing shade at villains.

He writes that he had stopped by the store to get “a few manly things,” including eyebrow tweezers, beef jerky and a loofah, when he “saw some woman in line that knocked me out.” “I was taken aback by how amazingly beautiful she is once again,” he wrote. “I believe I see it often, but today, not knowing she was at the store, I saw her with new eyes and just couldn’t believe I get to be her fella.” He goes on to detail his myriad of reactions to the fact that his wife failed to notice him in return. I thought, “Wow, some lucky guy is with her”, and in a split second I realised it was my wife!” “I was ultimately so pleased to see her in complete confidence on this day, as the independent, capable, humble, fun, sweet, kind, awesome person she is. So no, the Internet is not applauding a man who cheated on his wife — they’re aww-ing at a man who bumped into his wife at Target, didn’t realize it was her, and thought she was beautiful.

From the good: “That she didn’t see the creepy dude with the overgrown mink on his face peering over her shoulder;” to the bad: “Like what if it hadn’t been me? Jason tried to hit on her via text message, sending her cutesy lines like ‘Hey Hottie’ and ‘What are you buying now my Babelicious?’, but she didn’t check her phone. As for Tami, she’s written her own Facebook response to the whole thing, assuring skeptics that her husband’s post was no stunt, and that he did indeed write it himself. “He probably did not recognize me that day because I actually got ready,” she wrote. “He usually sees me in a braid and in my ‘good sweats’ and he loves me that way too!”

I never said anything, didn’t flag her down, just watched her walk away, admiringly, knowing she’s my wife and I love everything about this woman.” I’m grateful that he sees the beauty in all people.” “And believe that this kind of love really does exist, because I’m here to tell you it does!” she concluded. “I love you Jason Hewlett, my Dweebie husband.”

However, a few have pointed out the double standard that Jason said he was glad to know his wife ‘doesn’t have a wandering eye’ — even though he admitted that he does. ‘[But] her husband obviously has a roving eye because he was looking at this beautiful woman some guy was lucky to have before he knew it was his wife,’ wrote Monessa Aites-Shifley. ‘Anyone else think this is really funny and the guy is a total creeper?’ asked Jeremy Hill, while Simon Marcellus Geddie succinctly offered: ‘I almost threw up.’ So I gave up getting her attention, as you can imagine I easily could have humiliated her by leaping on the register as a Raptor and really making her publicly proud, and instead just stood back and silently observed my feelings about this woman.

It made me blush – but no one could see it under my huge monster Movember beard.” Hewlett wanted to point out that your spouse does lead a different life when they aren’t always around you. Some people think that he is being misleading with some of the things he wrote, but others believe him to be nothing but sweet and providing a point that others should realize.

But it was also bad because I realized how close I came to not ever winning her love in the first place, and the herculean efforts I had to make all those years ago to even get her attention just to say yes to one date! I am secure enough with myself and I know who he chooses.” She had a lot more to say on her Facebook page, and even called her husband “dweebie,” but it’s all out of love. Lesson of the Day: It’s good to look at those we love with fresh eyes whenever we can to remind us how lucky we are to have their light in our lives.

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