Lori Gunderman (laurel714) wrote in polloftheday,
Lori Gunderman
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Poll #1815040 True Lies

Scenario: You are in a committed relationship and you sometimes suspect your significant other is smoking cigarettes. You are a former smoker with a huge dislike of smoking. When questioned, they repeatedly deny smoking. After several years, you finally learn the truth; they have been smoking at work - and lying about it - the entire time. Is this a valid reason to end the relationship?

I am a female and I think it is a valid reason.
23(40.4%)
I am female and I don't think it is a valid reason.
30(52.6%)
I am male and I think it's a valid reason.
1(1.8%)
I am male and I don't think it's a valid reason.
3(5.3%)

Same scenario as question #1 - Would you be emotionally hurt and consider it a breach of trust when you learned of the deception?

Female - yes.
54(87.1%)
Female - no.
4(6.5%)
Male - yes.
3(4.8%)
Male - no.
1(1.6%)
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