Friday, February 08, 2008

Another old chestnut

Going back to the post that I wrote a couple of days ago, I'd like to dispel another old chestnut about adultery: that you can't commit adultery after you have separated from your spouse. Wrong - you can. It is still adultery - there is no requirement that you are living with your spouse, only that you are still married to them.

It would be nice to think that everyone I deal with reads this post and I never have to explain the above again, but I suppose that is a forlorn hope...

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