If you’re in your happy marriage and then you met your soulmate…what do you do? One guy loves his wife, but thinks that a new coworker might be his soulmate. They’re both married with no kids, and have tried to resist the passion for six months…but it’s not working.
So what do you do if you’re married to a Grade A woman that you love…but then you meet someone who’s an A+? Well, this weekend they’re about to ask their spouses for permission to “dabble in dating.”
Bert’s got an update from his friend; they went through with the asking, and let’s just say it worked out how you would imagine..and how you wouldn’t have thought.
Should Bert’s friend meet up with the husband, or is that just asking for disaster?
Well, Bert’s friend, his ‘soulmate,’ and the scorned husband met up in a public arena…and the outcome was not what we expected. At all.
Bert’s got an update on his friend who gabled his marriage…the stakes were high, so was it worth it?
So Bert’s friend has apparently been keeping up with the website, and isn’t exactly too happy about the way things went down…so he sent Bert a pretty vitriolic (putting it lightly) email. It’s about to get beeptastic in here.
I just got done listening to your segment about my f—ing life! I had NO idea that you were making my real life part of your f—ing radio show. You’re an a—ole. And I love the part that says you won’t be friends with me anymore. Who are you to judge me? If you met somebody you thought was better suited for you, are you telling me you wouldn’t pursue it? At least I lived my life honestly. Yes it was ugly. Yes it’s not normal. But at the end of the day I followed by heart and lived my life with truth. Have I been burned by that truth? You bet! But I want to tell you and your judgemental listeners that I wouldn’t have changed a f—in’ thing. Anybody that lives their life satisfied with the norm is wasting away. I was in search of what I thought would be a better, even more fulfilling life. I think you’re a coward if you wouldn’t have done the same thing. In fact, I never once cheated on __________. But If I wouldn’t have pursued this I think I mentally would have been cheating on her my entire life.
So f–k you.
And f–k you for selling me out. And f–k you and your listeners for judging me.
You’re damn right we’re not going to be friends anymore. Anyone that would try and benefit from somebody else’s pain really isn’t worth being a friend with anyway.
F–k yourself, Bert. F–k you. F–k you. F–k you and f–k your family. Righteous piece of s–t.
And now there’s more. Somehow, despite having sent the above, vitriolic letter, Bert’s friend is back in touch with him…and is APOLOGIZING to Bert!
But he’s not given up all hope, yet…
He still plans on reaching back out to his ‘soulmate,’ despite the fact this his wife left him and that she’s back with her husband!
And now the ‘soulmate’ wants to meet up with Bert’s friend!
He met with her and…well, at least someone wants to get with him:
Now this guy is back…with a surprising double twist to the soulmate saga!