1 in 5 men would sleep with their best friend’s partner
A study by the UK’s leading daily city deals website has found that 19% of men would sleep with their best friend’s partner and 12% would sleep with their best friend’s ex-girlfriend. A further 6% value their own sex life over their friendships and 8% have slept with a friend’s partner or ex-partner.
A new poll by the UK’s leading daily city deals website, http://www.Groupola.com has found that 1 in 5 men, 19%, would sleep with their best friend’s partner if the opportunity arose and a further 26% admitted to finding their best friend’s partner attractive.
The study by http://www.Groupola.com asked 1,182 men across the UK how loyal they are to their best friend and if they would ever consider sleeping with their partner behind their back.
The results by http://www.Groupola.com revealed that the majority, 52%, would ‘never’ consider sleeping with their best friend’s other half. However, 12% of the respondents admitted that they would sleep with their best friend’s ‘ex-girlfriend’ or partner.
Almost 1 in 3 of those asked, 32%, claimed to feel more loyal to their best friend than they do their siblings. In contrast, 6% cited that they value their own sex life more so than their friendships and 8% have in fact slept with a friend’s partner or ex-partner.
The study by http://www.Groupola.com found that more than 1 in 10, 12%, of the male respondents admit to having slept with the same girl as their friend in the past. One of the respondents even admitted to sleeping with their brother’s partner.
When asked, ‘do you put your male friends before romantic relationships with women?’ 41% answered yes, 6% answered no and 23% ‘mostly’ put their friends before girls.
Mark Pearson, managing director of http://www.Groupola.com has said the following about the findings;
“I was very shocked with these results; I thought that men would be more loyal to their friends than the study has shown. I am surprised with the 6% that admitted to valuing their own sex life more so than friendships, as friends are normally such an important part of life.”
“If a group of friends need some time to have a bit of quality time together, Groupola.com is specifically designed for groups and group activities. The site offers discounts on a variety of things such as fun days out and meals in restaurants, so there’s something for everyone.”
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