We got this email sent to us yesterday after our “Sexy Time Fun Facts” segment about what is/isn’t considered cheating at a bachelor party. We can’t read it on the air because it’s too dirty……but you can read it here, and then vote: Is it cheating? Yes or No? WARNING: CONTAINS SEXUALLY GRAPHIC LANGUAGE/SITUATIONS
From: Deanna [mailto:XXXXXXXX@hotmail.com]
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2012 8:08 AM
To: Woody and Rizzuto
Subject: ASK WAR Bachelor Party Question
This is perfect as my husband and I have an on-going argument. He has this friend who had a bachelor party in his home (first mistake). His best man hired two girls. In the course of the night, the girls did things with each other while the guys watched…..which was the tamest thing that happened. The girls cut down the stick of some lollipops and the guys would pay the girls, to put the stick part in their (the guy’s) mouth as the girl would then “sit” on the sucker. They also had the groom to be take a dildo in his mouth and slide it in to the girls. What do you think? Cheating or no? No agreements were in place…
CHECK OUT OTHER THINGS PEOPLE CONSIDER CHEATING…
We think it’s worthwhile to know what the majority of people do and don’t consider CHEATING. Even though it may be different than the definition of cheating in YOUR relationship, and won’t be considered reasonable evidence when you fight. A researcher at the University of New Brunswick in Canada is working on his psychology thesis and conducted a major survey of people 18 to 67, asking them what they do and don’t count as cheating. Here are the results.
CHEATING. Anything involving sexual contact, from kissing to sex. The majority of people also include sexual conversations, sexting, and sending nude photos, even though there’s no physical contact.
NOT CHEATING, BUT WORTH FIGHTING ABOUT. Flirting, dancing closely, browsing a dating website, holding hands, and watching a movie alone with someone of the opposite sex at their home aren’t cheating, but WILL lead to serious discussions.
NOT CHEATING AND NOT WORTH FIGHTING ABOUT. The majority of people say that watching porno by yourself, having dinner with someone of the opposite sex, and receiving emotional support from a friend of the opposite sex do not count as cheating. But if you LIE about doing any of those things . . . like you have something to hide . . . THEN they cross the line into requiring a discussion.