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Woman Sparks Debate With Her Definition Of ‘Cheating’

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Woman Sparks Debate With Her Definition Of ‘Cheating’

A woman has sparked a lively debate after claiming that deleting messages is 'cheating'.

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TikTok user Jill - or @jillt01 - firmly divided opinions with a recent video in which she claimed that cheating isn't necessarily a physical thing.

In the clip, which has been viewed tens of thousands of times, Jill said: "Cheating isn't always flirting, kissing or more.

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"If you're deleting messages or you daren't leave your phone with your partner, you go into panic mode - then you're already there."

Some people agreed with Jill's definition, with one person writing: "So, so true - I've been there and suffered that."

Another commented: "This is so true my ex was always like this."

Credit: Niek Verlaan/Pixabay
Credit: Niek Verlaan/Pixabay
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While a third person added: "This woman is so right."

But others disagreed and claimed they had never cheated but still wouldn't hand their phone over to their other half.

One person said: "Well, I wouldn't let my partner have my phone or go through it. It's private business as is his - like a diary. Doesn't mean they're cheating."

Someone else argued: "Never done any of that... but why would I leave the phone with a partner it's private, I'd not look at hers either. If she didn't trust me she'd be gone anyway."

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Another person said he deleted messages if he was planning a surprise for his partner, posting: "Isn't this just absolutely wrong? If I want to buy my missus something nice or plan something as a surprise, then I'll remove emails and messages."

Earlier this week, a US influencer claimed she caught her boyfriend cheating thanks to an iPhone feature.

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In a clip uploaded to TikTok Serena Kerrigan explained: "When the guy you're dating says he misses you but then you click the live photo."

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Live photos are an iOS feature which captures the moments shortly before and after a snap is taken.

In essence then, a short video is created, which can be viewed by the recipient - in this instance, Serena's 'cheating' fella sent her a photo of an empty bed, but she was able to play back the live photo and see another woman jump into the shot.

Awkward.

TikTok user commented: "My jaw dropped faster than she did."

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While another added: "If you save their Live Photo you can also check your camera roll for the date time & place it was taken. Go off ladies."

Featured Image Credit: Pixabay

Topics: Viral, Interesting, Relationships, TikTok

Claire Reid
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