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... and I promise not to overuse the word "yap" when you call.
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I decided to get into radio when I was 16. It all started out when I was working at McDonald's and discovered I could hit on girls over the drive-through speaker.
... I was fired shortly after I made that discovery.
I call Greenfield home, so if you ever hear me make a wise crack about your area, know that it’s either
1.) in jest, and/or
2.) completely true.
But all joking aside, Milwaukee rocks!
You'll probably run into me taking my dog "Stoli" (and yes... he's named after the vodka) wasting away afternoons near Bradford Beach, and it's ok if you pet him... he won't bite.
Me on the other hand...
Before we get to some of the numbers, I just want to throw it out there that if you cheat, you're a scumbag who deserves all the worst life can throw at you.
Now that THAT'S out of the way...
There's a new study out that shows some pretty big differences on how men and women view cheating. A recent survey of over 2,700 singles across the US by Christian Mingle and JDate found that men and women are definitely not on the same page when it comes to what's cheating and what's not. Not only did gender play a large roll, but so did religion.
Then again, maybe we shouldn't take a survey by what I can only assume is a bookmarked site on Tim Tebow's computer too seriously, but...
• While 100% of the women surveyed thought kissing is cheating, only 86% of men believed the same
• 82% of women "believe texting or online flirting counts as infidelity," and 56% of men felt the same way
I'm with the ladies on the kissing thing. That's no bueno. But online flirting? I mean I guess I can see how SOME online flirting can go too far and cross the line into cheating territory, but I think most of the online flirting that goes on is pretty harmless. What do you think?