Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (Topic: Had a fling)

Dear Brett Jolly,

 

 

 

 

Subject: We had a fling

 

 

 

 

John and I have known each other for many years. We started doing volunteer work and ended up in bed after one of the projects. We are both married and felt awkward afterwards. Our spouses do not know this happened and we are going to the same surprise birthday party this weekend. I feel strange going. What should I do?. I have not seen him since our encounter.

 

 

 

 

If you want your marriage to remain intact then you don’t need to see him. You both made a mistake, but you are both human. You cannot change what happened, but you can do your best to make sure it never happens again. Unfortunately, you are going to have to live with the fact that you committed adultery. There is no getting around that. It may be in your best interest to face your demons and get this party over with as soon as possible. If his spouse is attending with him and yours is attending with you then I doubt that much will happen anyway other than a few eye stares from across the room to each other. However, if the both of you are going there alone then it might wrestle up some emotional feelings (and you don’t need that). It is going to be an uncomfortable feeling for you both, but that is what happens when you cheat on your marriage. You will probably see him there at the party, but by no means do you need to be alone with him or have an extended conversation with him. As long as you stay with your husband (and he stays with his wife) then hopefully you both should be able to stay out of trouble. By the way, the next time you want to contribute to a charity, do yourself a favor and just send them a “check” instead! Here is the Phantom Poet to corrupt your weekend:

 

 

 

 

To err is human, but to forgive is divine

 

But to have sex with someone’s spouse is not a good sign

 

He was also married, but then he knew he was doing wrong too

 

But the thought of that didn’t stop him from going to bed with you

 

You both made a mistake, and hopefully you can leave it in the past

 

And let’s just hope that at the party neither one of you gets trashed

 

What’s done… is done, and you cannot change what you both did

 

But if you want to keep your marriages happy, then keep this secret hid

 

Hopefully you both will realize when you meet up for the birthday

 

You need to say hello, shake hands, and then walk the heck away

 

I guess there is one thing that seems to be over abundantly clear

 

You really go the “extra mile” whenever you “volunteer”

 

Of course, I am sure that this incident was in essence a rarity

 

Work, money, and/or time are the ONLY things you should give to charity

 

Once the word gets out about the what your charity work entails

 

Be prepared to receive a LOT of new charity offers in the mail

 

In fact, they will BUILD new charities for you, some are now under construction

 

But I don’t think your sexual favors will earn you any tax deduction

 

So when volunteering your services, I’m sure your hard work is felt

 

Just come prepared with work clothes, a good attitude and a chastity belt

 

So when you see this guy again, keep quiet for everyone’s sake and health

 

Because what they don’t know won’t hurt you or anybody else

 

So if you plan volunteer work with a married member of the opposite sex

 

Try to avoid temptation and pay your marriages the proper respects

 

Try to resist the urge and leave that person alone

 

Because the marriage you save might just be your own

 

 

 

 

Yet ANOTHER scintillating masterpiece from the Phantom Poet

 

James Ingram and Brett Jolly, along with Sheldon Reynolds, (formerly of Earth, Wind and Fire) and Johnnie Croom (formerly MD for Boyz II Men, Genuine and Aliyah)

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