Women Cheat On Men Who DON'T Do House Chores

Submitted by: trimble 1 year ago in Lifestyle
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If this survey is to be believed, housework counts for a lot more than guys thought.

An excerpt from The Telegraph:

A poll of 10,000 female subscribers to Gleedon – a top site for married and unfaithful people – suggests that the best way to a woman's heart is by doing the dishes and the vacuum cleaning. Some 73 per cent of female members of the site quizzed on the matter claimed that they were driven to infidelity because their partner was found wanting in the house work department, from cleaning the toilet to emptying the washing machine.

There are 22 comments:
Male 5,214
"Hey, honey. Remember last night you said you'd vacuum the living room? And you didn't? Well, this morning I just fucked the UPS guy. It's on you. Have a nice day!"  Sometimes I am really, really, really glad I'm single.
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Male 8,715
Welp, I'm screwed.... (But this does align with my stance on previous posting: Women are better a rationalizing it: If a husband cheats, it's because the husband is an asshole. If the wife cheats, it's because her husband is an asshole.)
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Male 1,249
I guess I missed this memo. My partner could lift a finger once in a while but I ain't no cheater.
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Female 4,607
utter bullshit. These sows made a conscious decision to fuck another man (or woman). No one put a gun to anyone's head and forced them to spread their legs. (its not a "mistake" either, god that pisses me off when I hear "everyone makes mistakes" yeah.. coloring outside the lines is a mistake.) If you're attached, it makes you a cheating pos and to blame it on anyone but yourself shows that your true colors fly even lower than before.
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Male 41,184
It makes sense that a man who is less interested in his household or less attentive to his wife would be seen by the woman as inadequate and therefor she would cheat on him. But it's really just an excuse (like WhoSaid suggests) and not a 'reason' for it :/ Cheating and such things have become so commonplace they barely raise an eyebrow any longer.
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Male 1,891
This sounds like a case of excusse-itis. I've been married for 19 years, together for 21. We both look but neither of us strays. These women wanted to cheat and just found an excuse. If there was a real problem that was going to make them leave, they should have left first then found the next d!ck to ride with a paycheck.
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Male 1,940
I've personally never understood why some people have such a hard time keeping their pants (or skirts, as it applies) on. I've got 21 years of marriage under my belt now, and have spent quite a bit of that time working on the road, so I've certainly had plenty of opportunity. However, I've never cheated. I've certainly had the desire to do so, more than once, but I've never acted on it. Perhaps people don't actually understand their marriage vows? Like that part that says something along the lines of "forsaking all others, cleave only unto her (or him)". Either that, or they just don't care, and didn't mean the vows when they said them.
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Male 4,281
I would never cheat on my wife. Having said that, I've never been alone with Katy Perry while she pulls out the fun bags and asks if I want to play so who knows?
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Male 413
Katy Perrys Funbags! http://imgur.com/gallery/n5Iyc
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Male 4,281
Yeah, that's what I'm talkin' about.
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Male 6,243
Agreed
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Male 3,733
people change. sometimes the person you fell in love and married changes and is not the same person anymore. sometimes you change. sometimes, people find themselves in a loveless marriage. everyone deserves to be loved. so if someone wants to go out and seek affection elsewhere when they cant get it at home, im not going to blame them. i do hope they try to work it out, they owe it to each other to at least try.
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Male 4,099
@robthelurker: If that's the case then the person needs to talk to their partner about getting a divorce, getting counseling, or having an open marriage. I don't see cheating as ever being in anyway correct. Simply saying it's ok to cheat on your spouse because you don't really like them anymore or their not putting out for you is the epitome of selfishness and is the total opposite of everything that marriage represents.
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Male 4,099
Furthermore, I hold no empathy for those who knowingly have sex with someone who they know is cheating on their partner or simply know about the cheating and don't say anything. I can't say if they are ethically just as bad as the one cheating on their partner but they are definitely party to the corruption taking place.
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Male 1,940
My thoughts exactly, Richanddead.
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Male 6,100
In other words, "It's HIS fault". Nothing new there. They could have just said, "The excuse given by 73% of cheating bitches is the man's failure to do housework." So now, what's the excuse given by all the cheating male SOBs?
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Male 41,184
73% of men cheat when wives complain they don't do enough housework ;-p lolz!
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Female 4,607
lmfao
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Male 6,100
Me too!
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