Half of us would cheat on our partner...by watching TV without them! According to a survey by Netflix, more than half of us would be willing to cheat on our partner...at least, when it comes to watching our favorite TV show. 51% of us would be willing to watch an episode of a show without our partner...even though we promised to wait for them. 12% of us have already cheated...and 10% of us have been cheated on.
Some may see watching TV without them as cheating…but apparently as we get older the less you see kissing someone else, other than your partner cheating…
When it comes to cheating, we all have different interpretations of what that means. For example, apparently as you get older, the less you see kissing someone other than your partner cheating.
A HuffPost/YouGov poll found that 74% of those 18-29 consider it cheating if their partner kissed someone else on the lips. Only 53% of those ages 30-44, 38% of 45-64 year-olds, and 30% of those 65 and older felt that way.
Slacker believes that couples need hobbies or things of their own that they don’t share…for example Slacker scuba dives and he wouldn’t be happy with her if she also took up that hobby. Slacker’s wife would go onto the DVR and watch their show without him. She will watch the show, and leave two minutes, gone back to resume so he would think that she didn’t watch it. She has watched every show and movie by herself! So Slacker got even and watched Silver Lining Playbook all by himself…
Have you ever had your partner watch your show without you?
I have a handful of TV shows that I always watch with a friend… and when they get ahead of the show, I get a little upset, it’s not cool! It’s like going for a walk with someone and they are already up ahead of you…What is the point of doing something together, if one is just going to go further ahead…
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