It has been said many times and I make no excuse for repeating it, but honesty is almost certainly the best policy in the long term. It is worth saying that when a person has been caught "red handed", there is no limit to the excuses that can be used, after all, "When the stakes are high, always deny!".
Here are some examples:
- When found to have a collection of disks with pornographic pictures on them - "Don't you remember that I bought a batch of second hand disks which I had been assured had been formatted?....."
- When discovered having condoms and lube in his work bag - "Some guys at work must have put them there as a joke!"
- When discovered with gay links on his computer - "I have no idea how they got there - someone else must have put them on my machine" - A variation on this one is "A hacker must have put them on there!"
- When found to have "crabs" - "I must have picked them up from the bed sheets in that hotel I stayed in a few days / weeks ago!"
- When confronted with the truth - he tries to turn it around on his spouse and make her look the guilty party. This is probably one of the nastiest of them.
When discovered with gay porn on his computer - he tries to say that it was on the cookies as a result of pop ups from a popular social site. This is unlikely.
- When found with sexually explicit messages on his phone from another man - "It was just a prank with a mate at work."
- When discovered on the phone to his boyfriend late at night, "Oh, it's
only my boss." Since when was he so conscientious at work?
- When discovered with a magazine with pictures of naked men, "Oh, I was
just comparing their penis size with my own."
- When he was caught on a gay male porn site that he was a member of and was confronted, he said, "I was just curious to see what all the fuss was about and what it looked like..."
- When his wife wanted to have sex with him, he claimed that he had erectile