The newest risky behavior of late has introduced a new term into our language: c-h-e-x-t-i-n-g.
“Cheating” via text message.
It has been practiced by several regretful celebrities … and many regular folks.
And like other technological wonders, it leaves both a visible and a hidden, but recoverable, electronic trail.
Which means that chexts may find their way into evidence in family court trials.
And inspire a lot of spying on significant others’ cell phones.
Read more in this Reuters article: Perils of “chexting” hit spotlight.