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1 in 3 admit to cheating during pre-wedding parties
1 in 3 admit to cheating during pre-wedding parties

Well, this is sketchy: One in three people admit to cheating on their future spouse at their bachelor or bachelorette party. But chances are, you’d never find out if your partner did — because a whopping 92 percent say they’ve never told their significant other. The #1 excuse? “I had too much to drink and things got out of control.”

However, 74 percent say that they did worry that they’d get ratted out by friends and family who attended their pre-wedding shenanigans. How sweet… not.

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