| | Re: Dare ya to answer!
Whenever they say for example 60% of men cheat. What they fail to do is put it in any context.
i mean, for every man that does cheat, a woman has to be involved.
So without the context (ie 60% of men cheat and on average 9 times out of ten, the woman is in a relationship also) its not as meaningful, yuo can do anything with statistics to make it look better/worse either way.
Hard to explain what I mean here, but surely every man that cheats, they can't all be with women who are not in a relationship, therefore making the woman side of the argument less meaningful. And my main point is to include Vise Versa...
*Scratches head, but knows what he meant it to sound like*