Skip to comments.31,427 women sign up to cheat after Mother's Day
Posted on 05/12/2010 11:00:00 AM PDT by Nachum
Last year, the second biggest day for female sign-ups on AshleyMadison.com (the dating website for married people) was the day after Mother's Day.
Momlogic has exclusively learned that 31,427 women signed up for AshleyMadison.com this year -- which is over ten times the average number of women who typically sign up on any given Monday.
Why does one need a website specifically for cheating? Isn’t that what regular dating sites are for?
Anything to make a buck.
As a single man with a woman in my life who I believe I will marry soon, this article makes me sick to my stomach. My biggest fear is that my wife will wake up one morning and not love me anymore, and that makes me want to work that much harder to keep our relationship stable and happy.
The ease of divorce in this world is a pox on society.
Some Moms were not appreciated by their husbands on Mothers Day ...
If those guys refused to do their homework, the women will wander elsewhere...
it does work both ways of course...
Not that its right...
It’s “Mothers Day”, not “Wives Day.”
Unashamed and in the open. Amazing.
In saner times, adultery was a shame of the highest order.
Not to mention one of those pesky Commandments.
The downward spiral and coarsening of American society continues, unabated.
I guess I’m just of the old school that says men should honor their wives as the MOTHERS of their children...
I ducked just in time to avoid the #10 cast iron skillet :-)
Right ... if you got kids and you take this postion you'll be sleeping outside on the stick pile.
Lol! You sound like MY hubby!
Of course, the same excuse works for Father’s day, too.
Sickening. Just sickening...
Amen. So much so, that I will never marry again.
Don't kid yourself. Just look at the recent episode of the sitcom, The Middle for an example of this sentiment.
I bet the day after Valentine's Day is a big day for the cheater site as well.
LOL, I’m the one who has to do all the work for the Anniversary and Valentine’s Day, but I told my kids that Mothers Day was all theirs’, they selected the gift, and I paid for it.
If you have any fear that she is that shallow, DO NOT MARRY HER.
I’m sure that she is a wonderful person, and I don’t mean any disrespect to her. But this is something that you have to be 1000% certain of.
Hollywood, romance novels and the media have convinced people, particularly women, that we should be happy 100% of the time and our relationships should be nothing but strawberries and orgasms. That is not reality. Marriage takes effort. There are good times and bad times. The love you have for each other will grow into a more meaningful one than they one that leads you to marry her in the first place.
Run like hell!
I agree with you. I would not dream of ignoring my husband, who is an amazing father, on Father’s Day, just because he is not MY father. But many men seem to feel that it is a day only for their own mother.
Something tells me you have nothing to worry about. Your future wife is a lucky gal. I hope you will have many years of happiness. I think you will.