Yi! I have a dilemma and am writing in with the hopes that you'll be able to help me. I work at a hotel and found a lost phone. When trying to investigate whose it was, I looked through texts and pictures. I figured out it was one of our guests who I had previously met and seemed like a nice guy. Only problem was that his phone had a bunch of text messages from two numbers. One - from looking at his pictures is his fiancé saying love and miss you and so on. The other - from pictures he received last night is a girl he met at a bar saying graphic stuff about what they did last night. Pics from the girl posing and naked were in his phone. I called the first missed number to make sure it was his phone and cheating girl answered. She said she didn't know his last name but they'd only met last night. Do I leave it alone or should I say something? Thanks! Love your show! --Dana
Slacker and Steve both think that she should just try to mind her own business and Steve wouldn't even go as far as returning the phone. Slacker would return it, but wouldn't want to meddle in the scandal. You can't confront a total stranger like you could your brother. Then again, Slacker would just go and find the guy's email address and not go through all his texts. Dana's invested now! What's a girl to do?
I’m a little torn on this one. A part of me wants to say that it’s none of her business because all she did was find a lost phone and another part of me wants her to say something because he’s engaged and being a cheating d-bag! I wouldn’t know what to believe if I had heard from a worker at a hotel that my fiancé was cheating on me…I might not even believe her. I’d probably tell her “thanks, but why are you meddling in my life?” If I were in her shoes, I would want to avoid the drama of potentially breaking up a soon to be marriage…but I would want to help the poor girl that’s being cheated on as well. I would either ignore the situation or I would send a discrete message to the fiancé’s phone number from my phone letting her know about the situation.
Do you think she should say something or leave this alone?
Until Next Time, xoxo—Intern Elizabeth