We're happy to present this post from one of our favorite sites, HowAboutWe.
We're happy to present this post from one of our favorite sites, HowAboutWe. Lessons from a Weiner: always take a sext seriously, especially if it makes him a repeat offender.
Watching Huma Abedin flank her cyber-philandering husband during Tuesday's press conference, there was just one thing I wanted to say to the Hillary Clinton aide: "It's not going to get any better."
The most recent revelations about Carlos Danger (as her husband, the New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, likes to refer to himself and his man bits in virtual discussion) were that he had engaged in salacious conversation with women after that very activity forced him to resign from Congress in 2011.
The new sexts, first released on thedirty.com and printed just about everywhere in the past few days, are so explicit that it becomes necessary to take a shower and make the sign of the cross after reading them.
Huma is standing by her man. God only knows why.
The first illicit sext you find is just the tip . . . of the iceberg.
I've been there. I was once looking up directions on an ex's phone while he was driving. In the midst of determining which tunnel would ferry us off the island of Manhattan faster, a text popped up on his phone with a photo attached.
Why you should be suspicious.