Men Likelier To Cheat If Their Wife Earns More, Says Study
Aug 17, 2010 11:46
The new study claims that men whose wives make more than they do are more likely to cheat. According to the bogus study, which was conducted by a PhD (short for phony, hypocritical dummy perhaps?) student from Cornell, women who earn more than their husbands drive them to seek manly validation elsewhere... WTF! You just know somewhere out there, Jesse James is taking down notes.
So is this supposed to teach all the single ladies out there that in order to have a stable or happy family life, you must prevent your husband from cheating by sacrificing your own dreams and goals? If that's the case, I rather die as a lonely, rich wretch...
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