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Genetically prone to cheating

People who have a particular gene, scientists have found, are more likely to cheat on a romantic partner.

Read The love-cheat gene: One in four born to be unfaithful, claim scientists on DailyMail.co.uk.

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  1. one_step_at_a_time says:

    the first time i pushed back against the sock puppets, a howl rang out. of course, i didn’t know they were sock puppets at the time – i thought they were shitty friends and family – but boooy did she get nasty. i put up with it for about 2 months from one of them, and about 2 seconds from the next. you know, if she hadn’t howled and snarled she could have strung me on longer..but then, they are not necessarily able to maintain the con when the n. wound becomes more important.

    that’s an interesting dynamic – that switch that flips between win win win (because they are being successful at conning), to being wounded and lashing out when they feel they are not successful at the con. why does it tip? when does it tip? what’s the dynamic?



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  2. one_step_at_a_time says:

    from the article at the beginning of this thread – ‘In cases of uncommitted sex, the risks are high, the rewards substantial and the motivation variable – all elements that ensure a dopamine “rush”.’ so , they are low in dopamine……can’t tell you the way the sock puppets went on about needing dopamine to literally be able to live.

    so, she knows a bit about herself. never said she was stupid…just evil.



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