Tuesday, November 14, 2006

67 Percent Of Women Spy On Their Men

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When it comes to snooping, most American women have James Bond beat.

According to a survey by Lifetime, 67 percent of ladies admit they’ve spied on their lover and 58 percent have snooped on their kids.

In addition, 15 percent have spied on their boss.

Maybe they shouldn’t have snooped, because 43 percent admit they learned something they regretted knowing about.

As far as top snooping areas, 54 percent love spying around the medicine cabinets; 42 percent check out their partner’s wallet and 32 percent comb through their lover’s e-mail.

However, only 10 percent bother going through credit card bills for evidence.

Finally, while 76 percent of respondents believe women are more trusting then men, 68 percent believe they’ve been spied upon themselves.

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