IRISHMEN ARE MOST FAITHFUL HUSBANDS.
Byline: LYNNE Lynne may refer to:
IRISH men make the most faithful husbands, a new survey has found.
Three out of four Irish males resist the temptation Temptation
Terror (See HORROR.)
as fruit of the tree of knowledge in Eden, has come to epitomize temptation. [O.T.: Genesis 3:1–7; Br. Lit. to cheat on their wives.
The poll, by Woman magazine, also found that only 27 per cent of Irish men have ever strayed from their partners.
Editor Carole Russell Russell, English noble family. It first appeared prominently in the reign of Henry VIII when
John Russell, 1st earl of Bedford, 1486?–1555, rose to military and diplomatic importance. said she was most surprised that one in two women felt a kiss was enough to qualify as being unfaithful.
She added: "We were genuinely surprised by the strength of emotion that emerged from women on this subject. We didn't realise our readers were such a moral lot."
In all, 200 women were quizzed about their attitudes to cheating.
Although nearly half had thought of having an affair, less than a quarter had actually been unfaithful.
Twice as many men as women had cheated on their partner, according to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. the survey - but six out of 10 females said infidelity by a partner would destroy their trust.
The most unforgiving women were the Welsh.
More than two-thirds said they would immediately dump an unfaithful partner.
Almost half the women from the north of Britain reported infidelity in their relationships.