It's incredible how many people are using Facebook to cheat these days
What happens when you give people — with an insatiable lust for other horny humans — the ability to scroll through a catalog of would-be hookups in an archive of close to a billion people worldwide? Do you think that, maybe, a few of them might succumb to their carnal desires (even if they're not physically cheating on their partners all of the time) and stalk those complete strangers every now and again and, maybe, get emotionally attached to the visage of a better life on the other side of the fence?
Because, surprise! That's exactly what's happening with the advent of social media. People are so completely engrossed in their online lives where the grass is greener, that they're more or less forgetting there's a vast and wonderful existence out there without the help of a screen. A large majority of divorces now even cite "Facebook" as a main reason for the split — as much as 67 percent of cases nation-wide.
A new study from StopProcrastinatingApp.com surveyed 5,000 Facebook users and got their side of the whole Facebook meets Real Life paradigm. It's pretty depressing, actually ...