So I just moved back home after spending the summer in Alaska and have been hanging out in the garage late at night so I can be my usual loud self while everyone goes to bed at 8 pm in this house. Well unbeknownst to me my step mom has the same phone as I do and as I walked through the kitchen her phone received a text, which has the same alarm as I do. So without thinking I picked it up, thinking it was my phone. Well, the text was from some dude named "Bill" and it said something suggestive around the lines of "I want you to ride me hard". I was about to respond thinking it was some wrong number/crank text until I realized that I don't know anyone named "Bill" and that the name was programmed into the phone. Then I realized it wasn't my phone. Then I realized what the fuuuuuuck. Well of course I had to go through the inbox to see what the hell is going on. Well, there were about 6 older texts that were sent with responses that were equally suggestive. I guess it would be considered sexting although I always equated that to sending pictures. Although there was nothing in the messages that make me believe she is having an affair, it is still very incriminating stuff. The weird question is why would she just leave her phone right on the table like that? I mean, my dad is the most technological illiterate person around and probably wouldn't know how to open a text if his life depended on it, but still, what the fuck? The dilemma obviously becomes do I confront her about it. I certainly have no interest in breaking apart the family and do love her and my little step brother but it is kind of ridiculous. This situation is really like shooting game winning foul shots. You never think that it will be you that it happens to but you'll eventually find yourself getting fouled with no time on the clock. Focus: Ever cheated, been cheated on, or caught someone red handed and joined in for your ultimate fantasy? Alt. Focus: What is your stance on snooping on your partner's phone or email? Should you have nothing to hide so what is the problem or is it still none of your business?