Disciple of Marduk
- Aug 24, 2001
- HM The Tower of London
Not the case. Someone may lie in a trivial way, e.g. 'Yes, I love your new hairstyle', which doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things.To claim that he cheated all the time because he cheated some times is not provable. (By analogy, if anyone has lied at least once, we can assume that person lies every time. Hmmm. That is everyone!)
This doesn't compare to 'I did not have sex with that woman!'
Actual cheating, in any context, is an instant tell.
Ask anyone who has caught their significant other at it, or who has played sports or games against a cheater. That cheater cannot be trusted again and anyone who trust them hasn't learned their lesson. There are even folk sayings about it.