Has A Lack Of Love From The Public Driven Bankers Into Extra-Marital Affairs?

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That's the bizarre conclusion drawn from the results of a recent survey by affair-facilitating website IllicitEncounters, despite the fact that none of the financial services hacks surveyed responded to the question, "Why are you cheating" with the answer "because the public just isn't giving it to me like it used to." Here's what they did say:
* "Just want to feel loved"
* "For the thrill"
* "Unstable home life"
* "To escape the mundane"
* "To boost the ego"
* "To avoid costly divorces"
* "To lavish my hard earned money on someone"
* "I'm entitled to it"
* "Because I can"
* "Peer pressure"


Obviously though, perhaps we're just not reading between the lines. Maybe the longer version of the Goldman Sachs employee's response "just want to feel loved" is "just want to feel loved; wouldn't have to B my L on some T's that don't belong to my W if the public would stop hating on me." Regardless of your decision to dip your wick in someone strange sweet, take heart! You no longer have to hide it from your colleagues. Everybody does it and they want you to talk about it:

Says one respondent: "Where I work, many of the tops dogs are open about their affairs. Having a mistress is like having a flash car."

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