Majority Of Women Cheat The Day After Mother's Day — Here's Why

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Cheat After Mother's Day
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Husbands better step up their game this year!

Mother's Day is the day where everyone puts in a little extra effort to make mothers feel appreciated for all that they do. But sometimes, families get lazy and get gifts they obviously bought last minute, or they don't have any real plans for the day. 

It's infuriating! These women spend most of their days being a good wife and mother, so hurt feelings are completely understandable if others don't take the holiday seriously.

So, what do wives and mothers do when it's obvious their families don't care that much? They cheat the next day.

According to Ashley Madison's reports, last year, their numbers of sign-ups spiked by 442 percent after the holiday, all thanks to women searching online to have an affair. They expect their numbers to spike again by 500 percent this year.

How should men avoid disappointing the hard-working mother of their children? Give them what they want.

Ashley Madison conducted a survey with 10,817 moms and found that 58 percent want to have a romantic evening with their husband, 33 percent want to get away and relax at the spa in the afternoon, and only 9 percent want time alone to relax.

However, their special day looks nothing like this. Instead, they are still stuck with mommy duty!

The survey found 66 percent of moms end up taking care of kids with a planned activity, 21 percent get a card and flowers, and 13 percent get breakfast in bed from their kids ... but have to clean afterwards.

Husbands, take notes if you don't want her stray!


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