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The Day People Are Most Likely to Cheat

Written by Carly Walker
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Relationships are complicated, and unfortunately there are couples who cheat on each other. One dating site called 'Illicit Encounters', designed to match a married person with someone else, said there is one particular day that people are most likely to be unfaithful.

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300 people were surveyed, and the result was that 72 percent of the people polled said they were most likely to cheat on their partner on November 18. The reasoning is that some of these people thought this could be the last time they could be unfaithful before the holidays start.

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The dating site survey revealed that their website received 30 percent more traffic on November 18 than it does on any other day.

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Christian Grant of 'Illicit Encounters' explained his take on this date, saying, ‘Unfaithful Friday, and the days that succeed it, represents the last chance an adulterer has to sneak away with their mistress. In the weeks to come, they’ll simply be overwhelmed with nativity plays, Christmas shopping, decorating, and of course Christmas and New Year’s. Their kids will have time off from school, and their familial responsibilities will take priority.’

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The dating site survey revealed that their website received 30 percent more traffic on November 18 than it does on any other day.

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Christian Grant of 'Illicit Encounters' explained his take on this date, saying, ‘Unfaithful Friday, and the days that succeed it, represents the last chance an adulterer has to sneak away with their mistress. In the weeks to come, they’ll simply be overwhelmed with nativity plays, Christmas shopping, decorating, and of course Christmas and New Year’s. Their kids will have time off from school, and their familial responsibilities will take priority.’

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