Leigh Keck Is Not Sorry For Sleeping With Your Husband

Today in “uh…ok” news, a post over on Purple Clover titled “A LETTER TO THE WIFE OF MY BOYFRIEND” is starting debate about where sisterhood and feminism end and slut shaming begins.

Dear Wife of My Boyfriend,
I’m not sorry.
I’ve done countless undeniably repulsive things — all without an ounce of regret. I kissed him on the stoop of your house while your birthday party was blazing in the backyard. I didn’t wake him when he fell asleep after sex, so he’d spend the entire night in my bed. I made sure (you don’t want to know how) he stayed over far longer than he intended to and had to rush home at 3:30 a.m. without showering first. He must have reeked of my scent when he walked in your bedroom door. I took pleasure in knowing that.

She goes on to say that the only reason the affair ended was because it was causing the mistress pain, which was something the husband simply couldn’t handle: “Cheating on you, he could live with. Hurting me, he couldn’t bear.” She then expresses the desire to take the wife out for a drink so the Mrs. could see what a totally nice gal the author is.

I understand that humans are complex, and it’s possible to feel many conflicting emotions and motivations at the same time. But isn’t it a little ridiculous to protest about how you aren’t heartless moments after detailing the ways you enjoyed making another person hurt?

  1. Yeah, I’m sure she’s just a peach to know.

  2. avatar Bene_Gesserit

    What a piece of work.

  3. avatar Anastasia Beaverhausen

    Fucking slapper.

    • avatar Pollyjenna

      “Slapper” is my favorite insult. Points to you.

      (I always say ‘dirty old slapper’ and I can’t stop giggling whenever I do. Like right now.)

    • avatar rococcobang

      Prince “who farted?” GIFs are the best. There’s another one out there of him on a moving staircase with the same look.

  4. avatar lilmissunshine

    In other new GOMI changes it’s name to Sociopaths of the Internets.


    ….what a bitch.

    you don’t do that to other people. it takes two to cheat, but it only takes one half to be such an awful human being to enjoy causing someone else pain.

    • avatar mona pizza


      • avatar snoogerbot

        She looks like the wife who poached Betty Broderick’s husband in San Diego. What a freaking mess THAT was. I didn’t like the husband, the mistress (then 2nd wife), or Broderick.

        • avatar Cougar Bride

          Yes, that’s the second wife — I remember the picture from reading “The Twelfth Of Never” a while back. My mom read my copy of it and afterwards commented that it was one of the rare cases where everyone involved got exactly what they deserved.

          • avatar snoogerbot

            Betty sure got shafted, though, after putting the louse through school only for him to find the trophy wife. Ugh. He was a controlling asshole, reducing her alimony for every nasty phone message she left. Would’ve been really interesting in today’s time, with all of the social media, etc. That Suburban Wife is vaguely reminiscent of this.

          • avatar rococcobang

            That divorce case was probably the most poorly handled of all time, by all parties.

  6. avatar Cakes

    I don’t always use the word “cunt” but when I do, it’s specifically for people like her.

    • avatar Nancy Grimm


      • avatar Saint Dorothy Mantooth

        I’d never heard the word “cunt” before I saw this movie. Then I listened to the DVD commentary and the director’s (I think) story about people walking out of the screening when she yells that, and I learned the useful additional info that it is not a casual epithet.

        Thank you, DVD commentaries, for rectifying my sheltered existence before I had regular internet access!

        • avatar Notarealperson

          I just spat out my drink laughing at your username. Just wanted to share.

    • avatar Pollyjenna


  7. avatar Bears Beets Battlestar Galactica


  8. avatar CMJ

    What in the ever-loving hell?

  9. avatar sjune

    What a sociopath.

  10. avatar GrumpyMcPants

    A cheating father who dumps her is her idea of love?

    ” I don’t believe in a loyalty we all owe each other as women. I do believe that I owe it to myself to fall in love and stay in love for as long as is humanly possible.”

    • avatar The Old Bailey

      Wow, some big goals she has for herself there.

      • avatar rococcobang

        Yeah…that last line sounds super duper healthy, both to herself and others.

        It would be one thing if she didn’t really care how the affair did or didn’t affect the wife, but it is quite another to be this vindictive about it.

    • avatar Who am I again?

      This is irrelevant, but as I scrolled down my browser hung up for a second, and I thought your user name was Groupon My Penis. Thought I’d share.

  11. avatar Kitty Likes to Scratch

    “I do believe that I owe it to myself to fall in love and stay in love for as long as is humanly possible.”


    What an entitled little cunt she is.

  12. avatar armparty

    there are some people that could fall off a cliff and I would not be sorry. she sounds like one of those people.

    • avatar Harriet Chetwode-Talbot

      Yes. This piece was way over the line, if not completely delusional. If the tables were turned and she was the wife and her husband’s mistress wrote this to her, she’d be singing a different tune.

    • avatar Nancy Grimm



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