But rather than getting the response she wanted, which was probably something like her hubby complimenting her on her sexy snap, he took to texting to deal with a whole other issue.
Cheating used to be easy. People could come up with an excuse to slip out of the house, make their way to an inconspicuous meeting spot, and just cross their fingers they wouldn't run into anyone they knew doing the same sneaky thing. But today, things have changed. In a world full of various forms of contact, including the ever-increasing life of social media platforms, it's the complete opposite. Know your significant others iCloud password? You can use that as a GPS to track their whereabouts. Then there's the Ashley Madison hacks that have really exposed just how many people want to step outside their relationships. Simply put, it's just not easy to get away with it anymore. The social media app Snapchat is best known for allowing users to exchange photos that can only be viewed for a given amount of time. One wife went on the app to send photos to her significant other. The next one really went over the edge.
Yikes! While this woman thought she was impressing her man, all she was really doing was proving her infidelity. The moral of the story? Think before you decide what you're sending off. What are your thoughts on how social media has affected our privacy? What are your thoughts on cheating? Source: Elite Daily Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_114150" align="alignnone" width="100"] @BodyRockTV[/caption]