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By contrast, if you look at guys who are very religious, that’s about 15 percent of guys, and most of them really are devoutly religious, really dedicated to their partner.
There’s way more of that than guys that are having three partners per year for three years.
There are a few surefire ways to get revenge on an ex.
And if you don’t want to go the burning their shit and slashing their tires route, there’s always the subtle shade throwing.
If you follow those guys over time the number of guys who have three or more partners a year for as long as three years, that drops to about 5 percent.
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