They'd still get angry about cheating, but not in the same way we do in the States.
They don't judge the transgression so harshly."Although that might be a healthy way to view cheating, there gets to a point of absurdity.
In 20, Aziz Ansari (yes, that Aziz Ansari, the comedian and actor who stars in Parks and Recreation) and his coauthor Eric Klinenberg, a professor at New York University, conducted a massive, sociological research study that included "focus groups and interviews with hundreds of people in New York City, Los Angeles, Wichita, Monroe (NY), Buenos Aires, Tokyo, Paris, and Doha." The subject of these conversations?
A few hours later, the pair ended up at his place, where they talked a bit more and met up with his roommate. Bustos sent the single father a text afterward: She'd had a good time, she wrote to Hilarie, and wanted to meet up the following night at his place.
The next night, her real intentions became clear, police told The Washington Post.
"Half of the profiles, they don't even put their real name," Jackson said.
"I see girls on there that their occupation is getting money.
The town is quite isolated and doesn't get much traffic from other towns." There are several problems with this set-up, from the lack of options to the pressure to settle down by their late 20s.
"This stigma of being unmarried in your late twenties was never expressed in any of our focus groups in bigger cities." But when you know everyone in your social circle, and have only a couple degrees of separation from anyone else, it's hard to keep going on new dates.
I stay way away from them." Ray, the deputy chief, said it's unclear if Bustos used her real name.
At a news conference, he said he suspected she was experienced with the scheme.
Instead, "They are more invested in the deep commitment to the relationship," which Ansari says, "was a beautiful thing to hear." So maybe we should all be a little bit more like Wichita.