5. Putting their phone face down, all the time. Via spuddey.wordpress.com After checking a text, receiving a phone call or just all the time, if your partner puts their cell phone face down, they may be hiding what's in it. We don't really care for who ever invented having a text message pop up on your screen even when the phone is locked. Obviously, that person was honest and not a cheater. 4. Cell Phone Always on Vibrate Via play.google.com You can understand why their cell phone is on vibrate when you're in a theater or nice restuarant, but it doesn't have to be on vibrate in the home every time you're over. Another sign that, hmm, something may be fishy and it's not the Salmon that you're having for dinner tonight. 3. Vague Answers to Not So Vague Questions Via gurl.com Ever ask you're partner who they're hanging out with, and the response is "I'm with the typical people, you know!," or "some co workers." Ok, so then you might ask, with who exactly? And still they respond, "You know, John, Casey and them." Let's not beat around the bush, you're partner may be beating around the bush. Vague answers can definitely be a sign of a hidden agenda. Just answer my damn question already. 2. Cell Phone Off when you attempt to call Via wired.co.uk Now you've known you're partner for years, and have you ever been with him/her and saw that their phone was off. You've spent numerous days together out and at home and have never seen the phone powered off. Yet, all of a sudden, when you aren't together, their phone is constantly off. You were just home all night, why was you're phone off? Don't you have a charger? Since when is this a normal routine of yours? Hmmmmm. Not saying you're cheating, but you may be lying. Well, maybe you just didn't feel like talking. But try an be honest about it. 1. If your intuition says they're hiding something, then they're hiding something. Via pinterest.com Now i'm usually not in support of the phrase, "women's intuition is always right." But in this case, i'm just saying that if a person's intuition says "something is up," then something is up. Now I wouldn't say that they're cheating or anything in that nature, but I am saying, something is probably up. It Could be a simple white lie, like "I didn't want to tell you that Jason was their because I know that you dislike him, and he came with his wife." Trust you're instincts when it comes to asking a follow up question when your gut says ask a follow up question. Dig a little, but don't be a psycho.