Ah, Valentine's Day. A day of love, of chocolates, of roses and sonnets and cheating girlfriends.
Cheaterville Inc. a social media company that lets users post information about alleged cheaters, released some downright depressing statistics this morning, just in time to screw up everyone's V-Day romance. Among the revelations: Of all the alleged cheaters posted by the site's 300,000 users, a staggering 81% are women.
But don't worry, men. On Valentine's Day, the number of unfaithful lovers who are women drops to 65 percent. Well, that's a relief.
And it doesn't end there. According to the report, women aren't just overwhelmingly unfaithful to their lovers; they're also disloyal to their gender. Ladies post 42 percent of the reports on Cheaterville, meaning there are just as many girls ousting cheating women as there are jilted male lovers.
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Other sad numbers from the report: 17 percent of the alleged cheaters on the site are married; one in three alleged cheaters did the naughty with a co-worker; the average age of an alleged cheater is 24; and the majority of alleged cheaters are Scorpios.
The news definitely puts a damper on the upcoming Valentine sap-fest. But don't call the Cheaters detective squad on your girl just yet. There's a reason we're overusing the word "alleged" in this post: Cheaterville doesn't verify the claims of its users, so there's no way to know if these numbers indicate real cheaters, or just really pissed off ex-lovers. The site's posting policy indicates that individual users are legally responsible for their claims, stating, "All CheaterVille posts will automatically include a legal disclaimer stating that all posts by the author, guest author and visitors reflect personal thoughts and opinions which are not necessarily those of the company."
Translation: Post your bitchy allegations here, but if they're not true, you're the one getting sued.