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There was a business associate, a handful of family friends and even a dad of my kid’s schoolmate. I first learned that S was using Ashley Madison on Christmas Eve 2013.I always thought he was a decent guy, and here I see he spent ,000 on the site. I call it D-Day, cuckold-speak for “Discovery Day.” The breach — which exposed credit card names associated with accounts, profiles, email addresses and more — brought all of that pain back like a sledgehammer.I’ve learnt fan language, which is how people secretly communicated with each other under the noses of chaperones, though when I try it out at balls, most blokes just think, “What are you doing?

‘I’ll be driving to, say, a ball and need to fill up, so I’ll go into Asda in my Empire-line frock. I’ll say, “Good day, sir, this is a fine establishment.

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‘We talk to each other and write letters in Regency-style language.

I bake traditional Regency food for our picnics by the river, though sometimes I do cheat and just stick something from M&S on a Regency plate and hide the bag.

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