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. avatar CantCantCant

    Yeah. Fiction.

  2. avatar squishedhed

    What a pig she is.

  3. avatar RollsRoyceRevenge

    Do we actually think she even exists? Google turns up no one of that name who would appear to match the profile of this person. Obviously she could be using a nom de plume for this piece, but with the recent levels of horseshit GOMI has unearthed the idea that some sophomoric man wrote this as a gag suddenly doesn’t seem so hard to suspect.

    • avatar Michele

      I’m calling bullshit on this as well. Another story made up or embellished for clicks.

      • avatar RollsRoyceRevenge

        Yeah, amusing as the pile-on has been, I doubt this person has ever existed for more than the length of time “her” bullshit story took for Lunchtime O’Booze to type it out.

        I have never known a woman of any stripe, no matter how bereft of morality, who would proud to send her partner in adultery home smelling like her cooch. That’s one step up from shitting the bed and rolling in it.

        • avatar Michele

          Haha! No kidding. Especially that last part.

          You know, this story is well written enough (or at least captivating enough) that she or he should have just gone ahead and published a soft core, “summer read” novella. The crowd responding with comments could have instead diddled their skittle, which would have been so much more rewarding for everyone involved. So many orgasms lost… so sad.

          People need to masturbate more.

          • avatar Michele

            Shit. Not that I’m suggesting adultery is erotic. No. Ugh. Never mind. I mean use the creative energy and come up with some soft core erotica.

            • avatar RollsRoyceRevenge

              Actually, that story was already written: “By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept,” about the poet Elizabeth Smart’s brave (so brave!) decision to fuck a married men while his wife looked on. Fuck him she did; book did she write; the gorge, I lost it. Wife did not write “By Grand Central Station I Beat the Shit out of that Sniffy, Whorish, Narcissistic Cunt, Elizabeth Smart” so who knows what reality is like at the end of the day.

              • avatar Michele

                You’re rather awesome. Let’s make shit up together on the Internet and see how far we can push reality and still have people believe it.

        • Uh there are women who would do that. One of them was fucking my ex. Women can be some petty “every little victory” cunts, and making you smell their gross when your boyfriend walks in the bedroom from her arms is about as cunty as it gets.

          • avatar BPDSurvivor

            Word. I always say these bitches have mommy issues, because it is more about beating the woman than it is about the man.

          • avatar squishedhed

            Yep. Been there. Divorced that.

        • Lucky you, never meeting my ex’s side piece. The smell of her snatch is forever lodged in my brain, despite the fact that I never met her.

        • avatar lucrezaborgia

          You haven’t met my co-worker then. She’s currently in a battle with her boyfriend’s baby-momma and told me that she hopes she enjoys the smell of her pussy when he goes home to her at night.

      • avatar Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan

        If this is an embellished story then my faith in humanity has been restored a teeny-tiny bit. As in maybe more often-than-not the other person in an affair gains some insight and sense of worth to realize they themselves don’t deserve all the ick that goes with an affair.
        Perhaps I’m simple-minded; it just seems to me there comes a point when we all need to decide we’re worth more than a fug of sex and having satisfaction at being sneaky.

      • avatar dontcallitacomeback

        Thank you! This is complete bullshit and I’m really surprised that so many on here are buying it.

        • avatar Who am I again?

          Many of us are buying it because we’ve lived it. My ex-husband’s mistress called at 6:00 in the morning (I was 8 months pregnant) because, she said, she’d heard sirens a few minutes after he’d left her house and wanted to know if he had gotten home okay. I don’t see anything unbelievable about it because it mirrors my experiences perfectly.

          TBH I’m kind of envious of you, that it seems to patently fake – that you can’t imagine anyone doing anything like that. May it always be that way for you.

          • avatar Fresh Manatee Posing as Gay

            Yes. Envious indeed, to be so hopeful and unknowing.

            • avatar RollsRoyceRevenge

              I am not hopeful or unknowing. It’s less that she did what she claims; it seems less likely that she’d boast about it a year later.

              I have done some pretty fucked up stuff to people in the midst of rage/lust/what have you. One year later, I had no reason to spread it around the planet as proof of my! poundcake! levels! of! awesome! I had every reason to cringe at my past behavior. I behaved like a shit and I’m embarrassed. That’s about as far as it goes.

              But who knows. I know that Mrs. Jakob Lodwick’s wife’s vagina looks as if it somehow has a dent in it, so obviously my idea of what is appropriate to share with humanity is sadly out of date.

              • avatar Who am I again?

                Well, what you said initially was that you thought it might be a man writing it for click-bait, and that “I have never known a woman of any stripe, no matter how bereft of morality, who would proud to send her partner in adultery home smelling like her cooch.” There are 5 or maybe 6 ladies just in this particular comment string who have experienced that very thing.

                And my response was technically to Don’t Call It a Comeback, who called it “complete bullshit” and said she (?) couldn’t believe so many of us are “buying it.” My comment was in response to that: We’re “buying it” because it’s not bullshit at all. It happens. Probably every day, probably a lot more than most women will admit unless they’re able to confess in a semi-anonymous venue like this one.

                Is her timing suspect? Maybe; she seems still obsessed with him, so maybe seeing them in a restaurant did make her worked up enough to bring it up (especially if the wife reads, or has friends/acquaintances who read, her blog). Is it weird that she’s not ashamed of herself, hasn’t matured? Sure, but some people never ever DO mature to that level; you did, and that shows you are a person with a conscience. She might not have one.

                The one thing I will agree with you and Michele on is that I don’t believe she has no feelings of remorse. If not “remorse” in the proper sense, that she behaved execrably and should be ashamed of herself, then at least some regret – that she didn’t push harder or do something different to “win” him away from the wife.

                Not having ventured to read anything else on her site, I don’t know how old it is – if this is a recent blog and this is one of her first posts (say, within the first 10-15) then I’ll concede that it was likely polished and packaged for maximum outrage/clickage.

                But despite my own very robustly skeptical nature, I have not a moment’s pause in believing everything she wrote. (Or, well, believing that SHE believes it – I don’t believe the boyfriend truly made some heart-wrenching sacrifice because he couldn’t bear to see her unhappy – first of all that’s not logical or likely in a situation like what she described, and second of all it smacks equally hard of denial (on her part) and of bullshit (on his part). But her role in things, yes, I can totally believe them exactly as she’s portrayed.

          • avatar Michele

            Oh, I’ve experienced my fair share of bullshit cheaters. But I’m still not buying this tightly, perfectly laid out story and “her” claiming to feel zero remorse about the whole thing. I am just not buying it. It’s not that I’m naive. In fact, I tend to be cynical, which is I guess why I think this is fake or embellished a great deal simply for clicks and outrage. And boy did that work!

            Yes, scenarios featuring every last bit of this have taken place, but all of it just so and then penned down and put on a site with ads? Nope. I don’t believe this particular human being, or this perfectly laid out story exists.

            When I read it, I pictured it being written by a gay man. Haha!


      • avatar sowhatimbutter

        I knew one person who had an affair with a married man and unfortunately she acted just like this person describes. Maybe it IS her. Normally, I would definitely be all about calling this a work of fiction, but it sounds SO much like this other woman I knew.

    • avatar lilmissunshine

      Well then lets just do what “The Stir” does and say: “She MAY have lied but does it really matter?”
      Because at least she’s bringing attention to woman who listen to their hearts regardless of consequences.

  4. avatar instagremlin

    She needs an intervention, no post or edgy bit of writing is worth itemising your darkside and then trying to claw back some of your humanity with your ability to see he looks at his wife the same way he looked at her. I won’t round it up to love. She portrayed herself as spiteful, shameless and stalkery – just wandering by the place you know they go every Friday night eh, fancy that. You don’t regain people’s respect by being able to admit you were not on the top of this pile of shit.

    Also, she has NFI what the wife really thinks. For all she knows the wife is happy with the facade of monogamy and the side eye at the double date was about propriety, not fidelity. Maybe she has her bit on the side also and/or as long as everything is on the downlow and she’s getting what she needs out the marriage, it’s permissible or even just overlooked. Love to see the wife’s harsh, edgy brave blog post in response.

    • avatar Loves Dogs

      I dont think an intervention is what she needs…..
      ….couldn’t help myself

  5. avatar Central Scrutinizer

    Slut shaming her would be obviously wrong. This letter has less to do with pride in being sexual and more to do with pride in being a villain.

    • avatar Who am I again?

      I want to type the word “THIS” in 72-point font, bolded, underlined, italicized, and blinking.

      • avatar Central Scrutinizer

        Yet reading your description typed out of the gif made it decidedly more awesome than a gif. Thank you for this!

  6. avatar Babby Forming Despite Life-Threatening Heels


    Also, it must really suck to be her. To have to tell herself all these lies in order to keep going.

    • avatar The Old Bailey

      Well, that’s clearly my long-lost daughter.

    • avatar iLoveDavidTennantSoMuch

      Oh my did that actually happen?God I wish I had cable TV.

  7. avatar squishedhed

    Whores are always anonymous on the internets. So it’s probably a made up name. Even though she’s oh so proud of her actions.

    • avatar RollsRoyceRevenge

      “Leigh Keck” is not an anagram of “Lying Crock.”


  8. avatar Munchausen-by-drama


    Girl is deluded, she made up this tragic star crossed lovers scenario in her head to feel better about being rejected. He wanted easy pussy with a thrill attached and he got it, you probably got too demanding and he scarpered. Simple as.

  9. avatar Liminal

    The day will come when this chick meets her match.


  10. avatar constant threat of pizza


  11. avatar Liminal

    No one can outfloozy Miss Harlow



    • I bet this article was written by Jean Harlow. She was so busy writing it that she missed her train. And it crashed.

      • avatar mona pizza

        She’s one of my absolute faves. Cheap, tawdry, shameless, and I love her from head to toe.

        (Yet she had some class.)


  12. avatar Popple

    I don’t even understand sometimes! Not the first ” Letter from a Mistress” I have ever read, and a lot of them always go the same..they aren’t sorry..and the wife is stupid, and yadda yadda. The one-upmanship is just…wrong.

    • A woman who bangs another lady’s husband isn’t really one to differentiate between “right” and “wrong” very well.

      • avatar Popple

        You make a point there, right and wrong usually play no part. I sometimes wonder…how much is the truth and how much is bravado, ya know what I mean? Like..YEA I CHEATED AND I AM AWESOME sounds more like…”I cheated and fucked up but no way am I going to let someone know that”.

        • I think you hit the nail on the head, Popple. I don’t actually think any of this is her being honest. She may think she’s being honest, but this is bravado. This is postering. This is pride. This is her not wanting to admit she was taken for a ride. She would rather demonize herself and appear unsavory, than admit she was fooled by a man.

          Damn shame, that.

          • avatar Popple

            Exactly! She thinks she’s being tough, and honest, and out there with what she’s doing..and maybe this is her last ditch effort in this “relationship”, the last thing she can do, the last hurt she can inflict because she herself hurts.

            I think she realizes now, that as much as she was able to distract him, and keep him from home, he eventually WENT HOME, no matter what she did. So she’s doing that thing people do when they hurt, striking out.

            • avatar Central Scrutinizer

              There is also, not to besmirch the Franzia, a metric shit ton of alcohol references in her narrative. I just can’t take anyone seriously who has to drink tequila to be “honest”.

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