Your Partner Is Likely Contacting The Sidepiece At This Time Of Day

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It's not unusual that many people associate infidelity with a specific time of day, but it is a little odd that many people think cheating takes place late night. Some people are absolutely fine with their partner being out all day but will throw a fit if he or she isn't home in bed at night. The reality is that any time of day can present the perfect opportunity to cheat, and it's naive to think otherwise.

A study reveals the time that your partner is most likely to contact their mistress, and it's probably not when you think it is. When you consider the potential reasons that Saturday mornings are the least popular time for cheaters to reach out to the person they are cheating with, it makes perfect sense.

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During the weekend your partner is likely to spend time with you and can't reach out to the sidepiece without raising suspicion. Or it could also be that your partner had already seen his mistress the night before being that Friday evening between 9 and 10 in the evening is the second most popular time.

Just thinking about that aspect is enough to make you want to keep a closer eye on your partner, but it gets worse. If your partner is in fact cheating on you, chances are that he's most likely contacting the mistress between 8 and 9 in the morning while commuting to work. To be even more specific, Monday morning is the time suspected to be the most active time for your partner to send that text message or make that call.

When you think about it, it all makes perfect sense!


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