10 Cities to Avoid If You Don't Want To Marry a CheaterI get the feeling that you guys do not approve of cheating. Hey, I don't either, which is why I was intrigued and a little appalled at the following information...
Ashley Madison, a dating website that encourages people in relationships to cheat on their spouses (gross), has released a list of the top 10 cities for cheaters. Basically, this means the cities where they have the most members on their site.
And the number one city is...Washington, D.C. Not very surprising considering the scandals we're used to hearing about from politicians. According to the founder of Ashley Madison, speaking to the "New York Daily News", there's a good explanation: "The more successful you are, the more prone to cheating you are...and Washington is full of successful people looking for something outside their marriage." I don't think every successful person is more likely to cheat, but it might be a good point as to the apparently rampant behavior in our nation's capital...of infidelity.
Curious to know if your city made the list? Rounding out the top 10 are:
Salt Lake City
Oklahoma City, I expected better from you.
Are you surprised by these statistics? Do you live in any of these cities, and if so, do you feel like cheating is all the rage there? Are you as horrified as I am by a dating website specifically catering to cheating spouses?
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