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Cheaters exposed by partners in hilarious Facebook status updates

Couples may use social media to reveal relationships and announce engagements but increasingly, scorned lovers are turning to Facebook to shame cheating other halves.

They say that social media sites like Facebook make it easier for men and women to cheat on their partners because they can make discreet plans easier.

But it appears that scorned lovers are now hitting back – and using the networks to expose their cheating boyfriends and girlfriends.

Increasingly, people are using status updates to announce that a partner has done the dirty on them to their family and friends.

Source: Cheaters exposed by partners in hilarious Facebook status updates

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