What did you get Mom for Mother’s Day? Better yet, husbands, what did you get for your wife?
According to Noel Biderman, owner of cheaters anonymous website, AshleyMadison.com, the day after Mother’s Day always shows a huge spike in female signups.
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“That day is a day of neglect,” he said. “It just reinforces that their marriage is going the wrong way.”
The New York Post reports that an average Monday brings in 25,000 signups to AshleyMadison. The Monday after Mom’s Day? 100,000-150,000, with women outpacing men 65 percent to 35 percent, a complete turnaround from the usual 35 percent female registrations, 65 percent male.
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Post-Valentine’s Day is the only day that even comes close, with a 20 percent jump in signups, 55 percent being female and 45 percent male.
Yes, both holidays are based in consumerism and have close commercial ties. Jezebel noted the beginnings of Mother’s Day and how it has nothing to do with flowers, chocolate or kisses from Kay Jewelers. That being said, when your significant other forgets or ignores said holidays, women feel it, and they go looking for love somewhere else.
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For those who want to stay in your committed relationships, Valentine’s Day is February 14 and Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May every year. If you forgot either, or both, go out now and grab some flowers, chocolate and a necklace. Maybe it’s not too late.
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