Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Women And Men Can’t Agree On Cheating

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When it comes to cheating, men and women have very different ideas.

According to a survey by Women’s Health and Men’s Health magazines, 45 percent of men think talking to one’s ex on a regular basis is cheating but only 27 percent of women agree with that definition.

That’s not all: 45 percent of men say getting a massage from a friend of the opposite sex constitutes cheating but only 35 percent of women are touchy about that.

Men might be more particular about the definition of cheating but only 32 percent of men admit they’ve been cheated on compared to 45 percent of women.

However, 32 percent of ladies admit they’ve been the ones doing the cheating while only 16 percent of men confess to being a cheat.

Finally, 50 percent of men believe cheating has ruined at least one past relationship but only 27 percent of women will make that claim.

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