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09/13/2007 07:48 PM ID: 64891 Permalink   

Alibis 'R' Us

 

A six month old web-based business in France was founded on the hopes of providing would-be adulterers with excuses. The service provides such necessities as fake invitations and emergency phone calls to help cheaters get out of the house.

The services provided by Ibila can range from US$27 for the simplest of excuses to more than US$200 for more complex ruses. Ibila was found by a former private eye, Regine Mourizard.

The company was founded after Mourizard envisioned a "safe" way of helping alduterers do what they want to do. Now rather than catching them, she is helping them.

 
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  17 Comments
  
  ahhhh  
 
Ibila = Alibi backards!

Brilliant!
 
  by: erasedgod   09/13/2007 08:45 PM     
  Geez  
 
I sure could have used this company in the past. I would have saved about $40,000 I lost in a divorce.
 
  by: John E Angel     09/14/2007 12:34 AM     
  New business idea for it's creator.  
 
Selling the details back to their spouses =P
 
  by: azrael darkchyld   09/14/2007 12:57 AM     
  @John E Angel  
 
There was another way to avoid it.
 
  by: David M Barger     09/14/2007 01:34 AM     
  Flexible Morality..  
 
Here's a question, who is more amoral, an adulterer or someone who starts a business to help them...?
 
  by: StarShadow     09/14/2007 03:05 AM     
  @starshadow  
 
The former.
 
  by: erasedgod   09/14/2007 03:34 AM     
  Nice  
 
Pretty wild story, oh alduterers is spelled wrong.
 
  by: FreakKeeper     09/14/2007 04:10 AM     
  Laws  
 
There should be some kind of law to prevent this.

The moral fabric of society is being destroyed because of people like this.

We need to ask ourselves, do we want to live in a world where everyone is faithful, or where it is easy to be unfaithful.

My personal opinion is that being unfaithful should be in the list of crimes punishable by death.
 
  by: Anglo_Englishman   09/14/2007 09:40 AM     
  Death  
 
"My personal opinion is that being unfaithful should be in the list of crimes punishable by death."

Now I hate deceit of any sort and I believe there should be harsher laws for adultery but I must say this my friend is a little over the top, don’t you think? :)
 
  by: captainJane     09/14/2007 09:49 AM     
  Personally  
 
I disagree with adultary, or any type of decietful behaviour. I'm not surprised though, look at the role models us westerners have (well ok, people at the top):
John Major
Bill Clinton
David Blunkett
Charles Clark
John Prescott

I can't think of anymore, but, if people at the top are all acting deceitfully, no one is being set any kind of example.

It's up to couples at the end of the day, if a partner is cheating, kick them out. We sould be thinking and acting for ourselves, not whining because no one does it for us.

If this company screws over clueless people in a relationship, they need to be ready for said clueless people to wake up and come after them. It'll all sort itself out.
 
  by: Maxx20     09/14/2007 10:33 AM     
  @captainJane  
 
I am a very very harsh person when it comes to things like this.

I read a story once about the olden times (When men were men and women were damsels in distress). A knight left his wife at home to go off on the crusades or some other war in Europe. He returned to find his wife had cheated on him, the man got hanged and the woman thrown in prison for the rest of her life.

If you are not fit for a realtionship then the chances are you wont raise your kids to be fit either, so you need to be prevented from having any.
 
  by: Anglo_Englishman   09/14/2007 11:00 AM     
  Uh. Wow.  
 
Sorry, but seriously, if you're going to cheat, that's bad enough --- but if you even need to pay for professional help to keep it a secret, perhaps you should find a new method of entertainment.
 
  by: velger   09/14/2007 11:28 PM     
  Geez  
 
You with the holy attitudes! Yeh, Im talking to you! Get real. Marriages dont last. You must be in your 20s and still in love. Death penalty for cheating? Move to Iraq pal.
 
  by: John E Angel     09/14/2007 11:36 PM     
  Another business  
 
There was a company in Japan you hired to make your spouse cheat on you. They'd hire a model/actor who would come onto the individual and set him/her up.
 
  by: shawn1flog   09/15/2007 01:12 AM     
  @John E Angel  
 
and that is exaclty why the rest of the world is sick of having USA's immoral crap (it calls entertainment) stuffed downs its throats.
Marriges used to last.... if you make an oath till death do us part then keep it.
It amazes me that americans can claim to be christians when they consider Carnal Sin wholesome entertainment, watch a rap film clip and wonder if that has anything to do with it.
Hard to believe you were founded by Puritents.
 
  by: veya_victaous     09/15/2007 03:15 PM     
  @veya_victaous  
 
I understand where you are coming from, but sometimes people fall out of love and just need to move on with their lives. I think it would be extremely unhealthy for two people that dislike each other to force themselves to stay together for no other reason besides being too proud to admit they were wrong. That being said, these people should have never been married in the first place, but shit happens you know? And as for the Puritans, haha, I've never read anything good about them...and that's not to say they didn't do any good, just that I'm biased towards them because I've never heard the other side of the story. They are usually depicted as overly pious hypocrites with a tendency of violence towards women and anyone who was different. For all I know that could be extremely inaccurate that's just what they teach in schools around here.
 
  by: koenig32   09/15/2007 05:27 PM     
  Hah  
 
John, WILL YOU marry me? I sure could use an extra 40 thousand dollars, at the moment!! ^__-

Jokes aside, marriage has a different meaning for everyone. Sorry if your alls is/was/will be less meaningful for you than others, but not everyone gets to be a rocket scientist either. Last I checked there are plenty of good marriages that have lasted strong late into their life, while others get divorced every few years.

Seems like some people can make them work, some people can't, and the rest are miserable. So cheer up!! ;D
 
  by: Rajl Al-Mumtir   09/15/2007 05:46 PM     
 
 
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