Men are the worse cheat as compared to their counterpart gender, females. Unlike men, females cheat wisely without leaving traces and suspicions. I am not here to condone and connive with people who cheat with their partners. However, I find it hard to understand the frequency and mode with which men cheat against their partner.
Not less than 36 hours after Desmond had his match with Jennifer, he was spotted with Innies of season 5 who was paired with Fareed. They were seen doing unimaginable things which dates must not do. In one of the pictures, Innies was carry Desmond at her back and this is unpardonable since "things" were touching "things". In the other picture, Desmond was caught giving a peg on the left cheek of Inies.
Why do such immoral acts prevail over good acts? I think Desmond did this out of vengeance. Maybe to retaliate and send a message to Jennifer that if she is the only one who thinks can cheat on him, then she is wrong.
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