Oh no. There's trouble in Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's paradise ... that is, if you believe the National Enquirer. The tabloid reports that Justin's been sexting with Vanessa Hudgens and that Selena is none too pleased with what's been going on. While I have no idea what is or isn't happening between Justin and Vanessa, I do have an idea about how to passive-aggressively end a relationship.
All you gotta do is start sexting with someone you think is hot, leave your phone out around your significant other, and wait for the screaming to begin.
Assuming you'll get caught sooner or later, sexting behind your significant other's back is a surefire way to get dumped. Everyone knows it.
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Which is why I think people who don't like to do the dumping, but who want out of their relationship, fall back on this terrible plan. Lovahs who want the breakup without the burden of "the talk," so to speak, act out so that they're the ones who get left behind, and it's just so lame.
Forget whether or not sexting is cheating, all you need to know is that it's public. Oh, please. We've all seen someone's sext, be it a celeb photo on the Internet or a friend's message from someone they met at a bar. Sexting isn't private in the least, which makes it pretty enticing to those non-dumpers out there who want to get caught.
If you're not happy, man up, or woman up, and be forthcoming with your feelings. Explain what you think isn't working, and state whether or not you think it's something that can be worked on, or if you think it's time you go your separate ways. Be understanding, be kind, be firm, don't sext. Words to live by.
Do you think people who sext want to get caught?
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