Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Inside Out...

The link to the BBC Inside Out programme aired last night.  And I only had a couple of nasty messages, things are obviously improving lol


Monday, 22 October 2012


Last chance to listen to the interview I did about cheaterville.com on Radio Tees.  A very interesting debate about the destructive nature of the site, and how affairs don't have to blow your world apart.


Saturday, 22 September 2012


Here is a link to the article I did for the Daily Express yesterday.

What do you think is the perfect amount?  Is 30+ too many?  Is 2 too few?  I don't think I know anyone who has had less than 20 :)

What is your magic number?  And do you regret it or embrace it?


Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Andrew Marr....

Tut tut Andrew, at it again!  Proving my point though, once a cheat - always a cheat, or every man will take the opportunity if it's presented to him at the right time.

Anyway, we were discussing this on the Mike Parr show on Radio Tees yesterday morning.  And also debating the question - 'Is sorry every enough?'

Andrew Marr's wife is incredibly upset with him, understandably, but will his 'Sorry I was drunk' comment cure all?  They have a forced separation for a week or two due to his work commitments, will that help or hinder the crisis?  Who knows.  But all men in the public eye should really sort themselves out and stop being so bloody indiscreet!

Men! :)

Here's the link to my interview with Mike, and the lovely Rosie Freeman-Jones was on before me too.

On from about 34 mins into the show.  Rosie starts about 20 mins in.

Enjoy  xx


Tuesday, 7 August 2012

This Morning....

I had the pleasure of debating the subject of cheating with Emiliana Silvestre on This Morning, with the lovely Eammon and Ruth.  Emiliana has written a book - 101 Ways to keep a man and claims that even a serial cheat or player can be converted if he's in the perfect relationship, with the right woman.  The debate raised the question of 'Once a cheat, always a cheat' following the revelations in the press recently about Grant Bovey and Anthea Turner.

So, do you believe a cheat will always cheat?  Or can he/she be changed into the epitome of monogamy with the right person?  Emiliana says the woman should make the effort to prevent him from straying, and in some respects I agree with her.  I've always advocated wives should try harder and their husbands would (possibly) not cheat if they are happier - however, the thought of constantly trying would be exhausting.  Should a woman really spend her life 'preventing' an affair rather than trusting her man?  As far as I'm concerned, and from experience and research, I genuinely believe men, given the right opportunity, will always cheat.

Anyway, you can check out the show on This Morning Cheating Debate.  We are on from 45 mins.  Enjoy.

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Female First....

The Diary of a Mistress is going really well on the Female First website.  It is also on the Malextra site, so guys can read the female perspective on infidelity - and how we think after dates, good and bad.  I'm enjoying writing for them, however, my blog is suffering, but don't worry, there will be more appearing here soon :)  Watch this space...

You can catch my latest Female First part here:

I can't quite believe it is up to Part 8 already :)  

Yay!!! :) 

Hope you're enjoying reading it xx


To whoever left the anonymous comment regarding a photograph, how am I supposed to respond if you are doing it under the cover of anonymity?  My email address is available on this site.  I suggest you contact me directly to discuss the matter further.  Wouldn't that be the most sensible approach?  I will leave the choice up to you!

Thank you.

Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Mike Parr....

Yet again, the Jools Oliver subject rumbles on.  I was on the Mike Parr show this morning, on BBC Tees.  This is the link if you want to listen in.  The whole interview starts at 45mins.  A very interesting piece, with Rosie from IE, a woman whose husband cheated, me and then the lovely Denise Robertson - always fun!!  It goes on till about 1hr 20.  Well worth a listen.


Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Jools Oliver...

Jools Oliver has hit the press today because she has freely admitted to checking husband Jamie's phone, email and Twitter account to make sure he's not cheating.  Fair play to her, she was open about it, and he clearly knows she does it, but is it a huge invasion of privacy, or something anyone in a serious relationship should be happy to allow?

BBC Three Counties radio were doing a piece about it on their Drive show with Roberto Perrone this evening.  They wanted the opinion of a Serial Mistress, so here I am.  I'd love to hear your opinions on the matter too :)

Available for the next 7 days


And I'm on from 2hr 20 mins

Sunday, 8 July 2012

20 things you never knew about orgasms...

Some interesting facts about orgasms:-
  1. Ever wondered what your partners' orgasm feels like? Researchers have found that men's and women's descriptions of hitting bliss are in fact very similar.
  2. The average guy takes between two and 10 minutes to hit nirvana, whereas women take over 20 minutes.
  3. But on the other hand, a man's orgasm tends to be shorter than a woman's, which will last between three and 15 seconds.
  4. The word 'orgasm' comes from the Greek orgasmos, 'to swell as with moisture, be excited or eager'.
  5. Women lucky enough to experience female ejaculation usually expel less than 1 teaspoon of pale, sweet tasting fluid when they climax.
  6. No matter what his shape and size down below, the likelihood of hitting the jackpot in bed doesn't change.
  7. Usually, a woman's orgasm produces ripples of pleasure towards her stomach, which is thought to help draw sperm towards her eggs. But during her period, the contractions travel in the opposite direction.
  8. The older we get, the shorter our orgasm will last, which is a great excuse to get cracking now.
  9. It might not always seem that way, but a man's bits get super-sensitive after he hits his bliss point, just like women's do.
  10. Ever wondered why we can't help pulling faces when we reach the big O? It's because the parts of our brain that control pain and orgasms overlap...
  11. .... but the plus side to looking like we've just stubbed our toe is that we're half as sensitive to pain when preoccupied.
  12. It's possible to climax while we sleep, but if we wake up feeling horny it doesn't mean we've been practising an unusual form of sleep-walking - night-time pleasure is created in the brain, rather than by physical stimulation.
  13. An orgasm burns just two or three calories (that equals one measly M & M). The good news is we burn around 50 getting there - enough for a whole handful.
  14. It's official: orgasms are good for our health. Benefits include boosting our longevity and immune system, and cutting the risk of heart disease and cancer.
  15. Although its rare, some men have found their orgasm so overwhelming, they've died on the job. And it's more likely if they're in the act of cheating on their partner.
  16. One in three men aged 18 - 59 suffers from premature ejaculation. And that makes for a lot of frustrated women.
  17. The G in G-spot is short for Grafenberg, the researcher who first wrote about it in 1950. Other spots to look out for include the A-spot (located on the vaginal wall, just past the G-spot) and the U-spot (either side of the urethra).
  18. Women might be great at faking it, but when the Big O is real, there are usually some tell-tale signs - the heart rate and breathing increase, the pupils dilate, the vaginal muscles spasm and the skin flushes.
  19. Although a man's orgasm feels very similar to a woman's, ours come in waves of pleasure, whereas men feel theirs as a single, blissful peak.
  20. The more times a man gets his rocks off in a lifetime, the lower his chances are of getting prostate cancer. So what are we waiting for?

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Graham Torrington...

Oh my, he was tougher than I thought he'd be.  But he was certainly tougher with me than he was with the married woman who was cheating on her husband.  Why is that?  Why is it the single mistress is the devil but the married woman isn't?  There are always double standards when it comes to infidelity.  It's an interesting show though, with three of us doing our piece :)  Well done to all of us.  He wasn't easy.


Thursday, 21 June 2012


I'm an injured gazelle?  FFS!!!

Why does a woman who sees married men have to be seen as damaged?




Dr Drew....

What a shame the point was missed again.


This is the first 6 mins of the interview that took almost 45 mins.  Its a shame they don't give a feed to the whole thing.  I tutted and shook my head through most of it because their 'experts' missed the point completely.  One day they might listen to me, not judge me on what I look like, and realise I have a realistic and valid viewpoint.

One day!

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Fifty Shades with Adrian...

I had a great chat yesterday morning with my old friend Adrian Goldberg - I miss out late night chats on TalkSport.  Anyway, the lovely BBC WM team have turned it into an Audioboo for you all to listen to :)  It was so much fun.  And I do love to make Adrian blush :)



Sunday, 17 June 2012

More man facts...

  • 32% admit to cheating on their partner while at a wedding reception without their other half
  • 4% have flashed at their Xmas party
  • 50% say they would give up sex for six months in return for a 50 inch plasma TV
  • 34% of single men admit they don't have a girlfriend because they are too fussy
  • 10% would have sex with anyone for £100.  Even a bloke???? Surely not! lol
  • 19% try to copy their favourite male celebrity's outfits
  • Holiday pictures have encouraged 47% of men to lose weight
  • 20% think their girlfriend takes them for granted
  • 37% say their computer is in their top three most-prized possessions
  • Men, on average, have the best sex of their lives aged 36
  • 5% say their car brings them the most happiness in their life. Losers!!!
  • 61% think white underwear is sexier than red
  • 22% have chosen a restaurant for the first date so they can use a money-saving voucher
  • 17% of married men wish they'd known how much time they'd have to spend with their in-laws before they got married
  • 15% iron their socks and pants
  • 70% say brains are the most attractive feature in a woman
  • 76% think text flirting is completely innocent
  • 3% have slept with over 100 women
  • 49% claim to be scared of drinking sour milk, more than spiders and heights
  • 3% have shaved while driving to work
  • 75% said they spend more time thinking about food than sex
  • 65% say they've struggled to perform in the bedroom at some point
  • 23% would sacrifice one month's wages to see their football team win the league
  • 17% have only slept with one woman
  • 50% have stayed with a partner they no longer loved because they had an anniversary coming up and felt bad
  •  20% of single men only change their bed sheets once a month
  • 1/3  use their phones to flirt with women
  • 24% have had a threesome
  • 2/3 want more romance in their lives
  • 11% think adultery should be made illegal
  • 22% regularly have a back, crack and sack wax
  • 27% prefer fake boobs to natural
  • Men are more likely to pay for a date if they think the girl is really attractive
  • 44% have been caught with their flies undone in public
  • 8% don't think their girlfriends are good in bed
  • 14% like to wake up by having a morning quickie

Friday, 15 June 2012

For some.....

I don't have time to hate people who hate me

I'm too busy loving people who love me 


Hope everyone has a fabulous Friday - I know I will 

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

My side....

There are so many more people visiting my blog since the press hit the fan recently.  Many have had a lot of hideous, insulting comments to make about me, and I have to accept that, but I thought I'd start from scratch for any new ones who don't really know me and why I do this.  If you already despise what I do then this won't make a difference, but if you just wanted more background info about me, maybe it will help 


This is my chance to set the record straight. I'm sure it won't silence the haters, but I never claimed to be a Jackass Whisperer. There will always be people quick to judge on looks alone, quick to jump to conclusions based on a headline, regardless of whether it is true or not, and quick to form an opinion without knowing all the facts. Gossip sites wouldn't be gossip sites, and newspapers wouldn't sell so many, if those people didn't exist. But thankfully, my blog gives me a voice to give you the facts. Most will still hate me, and hate what I do, despite what I write today, and you are all welcome to that view, but if I manage to change the opinion of just one person then I will be satisfied.

I have been dating married men for six years. And by dating I mean exactly that – DATING. I originally went on the dating website for married members simply because I had met so many supposedly single men on 'normal' dating sites. They claimed to be unattached but dropped off the planet every evening and weekend. How many of you reading this now, even the ones who despise me, can honestly, without a shadow of doubt, say they have never dated/kissed/flirted with another person's spouse or partner? Either knowingly or in complete oblivion, I can guarantee a huge proportion of readers will have done something with someone who wasn't completely available.

I chose the site so I would know what I was getting in to. And as I preferred my single life, and every single man I had dated wanted something serious too soon, the married man fitted into what I was looking for at the time. I thoroughly enjoyed my single status, and still do. I could do what I wanted when I wanted and had to answer to no one; something a lot of people initially struggled to understand, but ultimately envied. I also realised I didn't NEED a man to complete me. I was secure and confident, with an active social life, lots of friends and a great family, so I didn't feel there was space for a full-time man. I still wanted the company of a man occasionally, but certainly didn't 'need' one.

The first married man I met slotted into my life perfectly, as a companion and a great friend. We spent time together once every couple of weeks until he moved away, and we parted. We are still good friends now but don't get chance to meet up. I moved on to another married man from the site, and our arrangement worked just as well as the last. It left me time for the things I wanted to do, and gave him the ego boost he needed to go back to his wife with a spring in his step.

As time went on I met more married men via illicitencounters.com and became good friends with many of them. Occasionally the chemistry wasn't quite what I expected, or circumstances/distance/work commitments invariably got in the way, so eventually over the years it amounted to over 50 men. Now and again something developed and we became more than friends, but I can assure you it was certainly nothing like the 50 men quoted in the original post about me.

I am, and always have been, incredibly choosy about my men, and I take my time over anything that could progress past friendship. How many single women reading this can say they have been so choosy with single men, either from the internet or in bars? Over the six years I can remember, fondly, each lover I have had. Would I be able to do that if the numbers were over 50? Can you remember all of your single lovers over the years? Honestly?
In the last few days it has made me question what actually constitutes cheating. I have dated many men but not bedded them as it has been claimed, but does that count as an affair? Where does the affair begin? In his head when he makes the conscious decision to join a website to look for a mistress? Or the minute his penis enters any part of the other woman?
In the press, infidelity can vary from indiscretions on Twitter, through exchanging naked pictures via text message, to Bill Clinton 'innocent' oral sex, and Tiger Woods' serial adultery. But where, in reality, does the line actually lie? And from the mistress perspective, when do I go from being a normal, single woman getting to know a man, to the evil mistress who should be vilified? How many of you have flirted a little with someone at work? Or smiled sweetly at a stranger across a bar? Does that make you a mistress? How many have got to know a man and found out later he was attached, but carried on the friendship anyway? How many can say they don't have at least one phone number of a married man saved on their mobile? Does that make you all mistresses? Or are you just innocently friends with a married man? This is my point exactly. The majority of the time I am just that – friends with a married man. Rarely does it become more serious or physical, so can you honestly still call me a whore, slut, slag, slapper, trailer trash, c*m dumpster?

Yes, I know sleeping with married men is shocking, but I have never and will never wreck any homes. If anything gets serious, I end it. If he gets restless at home and sees me as his escape route, I end it. And if his wife ever finds out and questions him, I end it. I want no part in any destruction or upset, so I keep my feelings in check, and enjoy the man for his charm, sophistication, intelligence and wit. We each know where the boundaries lie and never cross them, and that is how it will always be.

Judge me for what I do, I understand that will always happen. Don't judge me just for what I look like – we all have different tastes, and I do OK thank you. Wouldn't the world be a dull place if we all looked alike? Judge me for coming forward to talk about this, but understand that I am not bragging. I'm simply highlighting an alternative lifestyle, and trust me, I'm not the only single woman in the world doing this. But don't judge me for dating so many men, can you all say you are completely innocent when it comes to your previous dating history?

As the saying goes:
He who is without sin cast the first stone.

I am not here to justify myself, or back out of some bad press, but this is MY site, so I can use it to rant, to explain, to laugh and to vent.  It's up to you if you read it with an open mind or not. 

Saturday, 9 June 2012

Ahhh, Daily Mail readers......

You never change! lol

The comments on the Daily Mail piece today have been beyond hilarious.  Still so many people look at the picture and COMPLETELY miss the point!  I love them all.  I wonder if they sail through their lives judging each and every person on looks alone, and never actually taking on an alternative opinion, blinkered to every other view.  I can't honestly imagine living in such a small world where only one way to live is allowed.  I wonder how many of them are vegetarians or naturists :)

Mind you, their opinion hasn't really been helped by the newspaper themselves.  An 'exact' copy of the Mirror article was meant to appear, but all of a sudden I've gone from 'dating 50 married men' to 'having an affair with over 50 men in a shocking confession'!  What a pile of crap they create.  Of course I'm going to be hated by their readers if that is how they portray me.  Of course the judgemental will jump on the judging bus as fast as possible if that is the headline they are faced with.  So I will have to swallow my pride, and swallow the dishonesty, arrogance and spin that the MailOnline are so good at, and chalk yet another mistake up to experience.  Idiots!

And I thought the Mirror were into scandal and embellishment!  How wrong I was!

Friday, 8 June 2012

Female First... second :)

And my second instalment of the Diary of a Mistress has appeared on the Female First site.  Different style, slightly less serious, but entertaining - I hope.


I'd be interested to hear your comments on here too :)

Daily Mail (again).....

Good afternoon everyone, and I hope you're enjoying this fabulous weather!  Eeuughh!  Roll on summer!

The Daily Mail Online have run with a piece today, a copy of the story in the People mag.  But at least this time the pics are nicer! :)


Friday, 1 June 2012


Sent to me today, so I thought I'd share it with you :) 

See, a mistress doesn't have to be a supermodel 

Have a fabulous Jubilee weekend everyone, and eat all the cake you can :) 

Wednesday, 30 May 2012


Gosh, I'm quite surprised.  I didn't get as many hateful comments as I expected on the Daily Mirror site, and none at all on The People article.  Could it be that I'm actually making people realise I'm not the evil witch they think I am?  Or have they figured that I will justify what I do in any argument or discussion I have?

Yet again, I have been criticised purely for what I look like, rather than what I do.  It's hilarious how shallow some people can be, and quite sad that they would accept what I do if I looked like Cheryl Cole!  Ah well, it will never change, but neither will I :)  I'm not planning on pushing a lettuce leaf around a plate just to be accepted by the small minded anonymous few who wish to comment on my life.  I have loved me, and my looks, since before Gok started championing the idea.  Many would probably tell me to look in the mirror and 'get over myself' - as one email advised - but surely confidence and self-esteem are far more attractive than a size 10 with body image issues - because skinny women have those too :)

The positive comments have far outweighed the negative comments I have received.  I have had numerous emails supporting me, many more asking me out, and apparently I'm now famous in Turkey and Taiwan :)   The first time I hit the press I became a star in India, but according to Facebook I am now the hottest thing in Europe and the Far East.  Some of the mails and friend requests I have received have been hilarious and I will post the best here soon, but it's nice to know, I may not be what the British public deem 'beautiful' but it seems I am stunning in Turkey! :)  It must be the blonde hair and the child bearing hips lol

Anyway, I wanted to say a big thank you to all my followers and friends who have supported me, and a big 'Whatever!!' to those who criticised me.  It won't stop me doing what I do, I simply love it too much :)

Writer's Block....

I've got writer's block.  There I've said it.  I can't put anything I want to say into words.  I have to though.  I have people waiting for me to produce something witty and interesting, but so far - nothing.

I was advised a while ago, by a dubious literary agent, that I should save my best writing for the book, but that has meant my blog has suffered, badly.  But now I've started writing for my blog again I just can't say what I want!  It's driving me mad!!

I used to write for fun and didn't care if anyone liked it or not.  I didn't mind if my followers found my writing immature or incompetent.  But now my writing has to step up, a considerable amount.  With offers and potential offers in the pipeline, now is the time to get serious.

I am my own worst enemy.  I am incredibly self-critical and I dissect everything I ever produce, finding fault at every point.  I've done that most of my life with practically everything I have ever produced, but it made me strive harder to be the best I could be.  Lately I've criticised my writing even more, because it's under such scrutiny, far more than when I started my blog.  But I've decided to just write as I speak, and speak as I find.  I won't ever produce a literary classic, but I didn't enter the world of the serial mistress to do that.

After recently reading the Fifty Shades trilogy (while the whole world went crazy for it, and it became an instant best-seller) I have realised that what you write about is far more important than how you write it.  A word of advice, the first Fifty Shades book is badly written, but it should act as a filter for those who want good grammar and wish to avoid repetitive drivel - the second and third should be avoided at all costs.  Especially if biting lips and breath catching grates on your patience after one chapter.

So, if Ms James can write three best-sellers, and become a millionaire overnight, I can sure as hell write one, a few columns, and a blog.  Maybe now the summer is here I will work better in the garden, rather than being distracted by the ironing pile, or the washing up, in my house.

Saturday, 26 May 2012

York iPlayer....

For those who missed it yesterday, here is my interview with Jonathan Cowap on Radio York.  He gave me time to speak, and the response was 'varied' to say the least.  The consensus of opinion around York seems to be 'she's no better than a whore', but hopefully I managed to make them see my perspective.  Maybe one day these people will open their minds, look past their anger, and listen to me! :)

The lovely Jonathan at least gave me the opportunity to answer my critics, and clarify a few points.  All in all, it was a great interview.

I'm on from the top of the show for about half an hour, and then I'm back on about 1hr 51mins in.  Enjoy.

And I hope everyone has a fabulous weekend xxx


Friday, 25 May 2012

Radio York...

I'm sorry my blog seems to be short posts and links right now, but obviously it's a bit busy.  Had lots to do in the press (again) and lots to sort out in my private life.  Normal service shall be resumed very soon :)

I'm going to be on BBC Radio York today at 9am.

You can listen live here - or I'll post a link to iplayer later.


Have a good day everyone xxx

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Heart attack....

No, don't worry, not mine, and not one of my married men, although it seems they may need to visit the GP for a check up after being around me :)

Very interesting article.


The Mirror...

Oh it's going to be a busy day.  I wonder how many death threats I'll get on this fine sunny morning :)

For those who are wondering what I'm waffling on about:


But I'm also a headline - in fact I'm the first story - on the main home page of the Mirror!  Ooops.  I thought everyone was bored of it by now, I didn't realise the Mirror would go for it in such a big way.  How funny!!!

So, if I go quiet after today, you know I've been tracked down and murdered in my sleep by someone who has missed the whole point of the article :)

Have a fabulous sunny day everyone xxxxxx

Saturday, 19 May 2012


For those who follow me and are interested, I will be in The People newspaper's colour magazine (Take It Easy) tomorrow (Sunday) as part of an infidelity feature, and in the women's section of The Mirror on Wednesday.  They are both interesting articles and should make fascinating, if controversial, reading.

For those who hate my guts and wish me dead, there will be pictures so you can throw darts at them all week :)  Fill your boots!!!! lol

Monday, 14 May 2012

Radio Humberside...

Well, I was going to post a link to iplayer, but Radio Humberside are on the ball :)

This is the Audioboo of my interview this afternoon.  Thanks Radio Humberside, and sorry Carl, I know you hated what I do, cos you're happily married, but hey, not everyone is.


Wednesday, 9 May 2012


I  hope you all caught the Lovehoney documentary last night.  It was hugely entertaining and very interesting.  And it's lovely to see that even in hard times (scuse the pun) we are still having fantastic sex!

If you missed it, you can still catch it here for quite a while.  Give it a go.  It might open your eyes.  And remember you can order from Lovehoney via my page, so please feel free to go and browse, it is one of the best online companies I have ever used.


Click here for Love Honey

Monday, 30 April 2012

Fifty Shades...

I've recently been reading the Fifty Shades of Grey novel, classed as 'mummy porn', which I can't quite understand, but I suppose, as a mainstream book, it is 'interesting', even though it's badly written.  With better editing and less repetitive prose it would have been a 5* book, but sadly, too much eye-rolling and lip-biting became irritating after the first couple of offences.

I would consider it titillating and light hearted fun but most certainly not a literary classic.  However, I am a huge fan of an amazing author from America.  Phil Torcivia has had many ebooks published - available on Amazon for the Kindle - and writes an engaging and entertaining blog.  He is currently writing his own version of the Fifty Shades trilogy - Fifty Shades of Silver Hair and Socks - a little tongue in cheek but a far better read.

Find the time to visit his blog and catch up on the daily excerpts, it brightens my mornings and I'm sure you will enjoy it just as much.

Fifty Shades of Silver Hair and Socks

Monday, 9 April 2012

BBC Radio London .....

Modern technology, does it help or hinder being unfaithful?

I'm on from around 1hr 46mins. 

(Lovely woman, but frustrating when she interrupts!)


Thursday, 15 March 2012

My new rules for dating....

  1. I will not get naked on the first or second date. 
  2. Waste anyones time if there's no spark.
  3. Tolerate unemployed, illiterate, rude men who don't make any effort for me. 
  4. Stop asking stupid questions like 'Who was your favourite Womble?' and 'If you were a biscuit, what sort would you be?'
  5. Not answer any ridiculously personal questions before I meet, such as 'Do you spit or swallow?'

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Rude Magazine...

A fabulous online magazine I was introduced to this afternoon.  What a great source of fascinating information.  A must read for all of my followers :)

Rude Magazine

Tuesday, 6 March 2012


His hair is sexily chopped, he smells of Chanel, his suit is Armani, and what's that on his feet?????  Donald Duck socks, of course!!!  What is this shit???

Grown men padding around in primary-coloured cartoon-character socks is neither cute nor endearing.  But you can't just blame the boy-men: give a slap on the wrists for those bad-taste women who buy them the shameless socks in the first place.  Kick those Disney socks into touch, please!!!

Maybe, the wife hopes it will put off any advancing woman and, in this case, it worked!

Sunday, 22 January 2012

More Man Facts .....

More interesting but true facts about my favourite subject...

  • 1/3 of men have never had a romantic breakfast with their girlfriend
  • One fifth of men have had a steamy Skype session
  • 70% of men have watched porn online. I think the others are lying
  • 27% of men would sleep with someone 'repulsive' for £1m
  • 96% of men wouldn't send flowers to their partner's work
  • 18% of men go on a diet because of a new partner
  • Men think a loose bun is the best hairstyle for a first date
  • 11% of men admit to flirting at work
  • Men spend an average of £235 a year on looking good
  • 42% of men say they're single because they are shy
  • 57% of men would prefer a month without sex than a month without their mobile
  • 28% of men don't know girls pluck their chin hairs
  • 27% of men would date a married woman
  • 50% of holiday romances last less than a week
  • 33% of men say they feel depressed on 'fat days'
  • 1/4 men wee in the shower
  • 79% of men think it's most likely they'll meet their next girlfriend at work
  • 16% of men have pretended a ready meal was something they'd cooked to impress a date
  • 15% of men have left an extra-large tip because they fancied the waitress
  • 9% of men don't know the main ingredient of cheese
  • 10% of men are terrified of spiders
  • 10% of men say they're less attracted to women who can't cook
  • Only 35% of men wear clean pants everyday!
  • 10% of men have a teddy bear that they hide when a girl stays over
  • 62% of men are baffled by flat pack furniture
  • 22% of men have a bank account they don't tell their partner about
  • Men are prepared to spend an average of £55.47 on a first date
  • Larger men last longer in bed than skinny men
  • 7% of men have used their partner's toothbrush

It's been a while....

I've been getting grief for not posting, so I've decided to start again.  Various reasons stopped me writing but I've missed it.  I've been keeping up with my posts, on paper, but just not on here.  I realised it wasn't what I started the blog for, so here I am again.  Time to get back into it, and start enjoying what I loved doing in the first place.

If anyone has anything negative to say about my return, please crack on, but nothing is going to stop me posting any more.