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The Recently Taken profiles were completely normal (no insane declarations of immorality).
Like the Brazen Cheats and Married Maybes, they described hobbies, work, traveling, and so forth.
I therefore placed them in the five most ‘unfaithful cities’ in America, according to Ashley Madison.com, a dating site that's marketed to people who are already in relationships.
In other words, a website people visit to cheat on their partners.
While my cheaters began to attract attention on OKCupid, I thought I’d shift my focus to the victims of cheating.
I paid a visit to Twitter to find out what people who have been betrayed by their boyfriends, husbands, girlfriends and wives have to say about it.
Once they were on board and I had nice natural shots of 10 attractive men and women, I allocated them in pairs to five American cities. I wanted my bait to have the best possible chance of cheating on their nonexistent wives, husbands, girlfriends and boyfriends.
The ten people in this category were my extreme cheaters.
Unlike most real people, they wouldn’t even attempt to hide the fact that they were on the dating site to cheat on their significant others.
I wanted to find out: I began by searching for tweets containing the key phrase I then scraped thousands of the most recent tweets containing that phrase, and used other keywords to determine whether they were made by men or women.
It was while looking through the results that I noticed that a lot of the tweets weren’t about real life betrayal, but rather the dreams and nightmares of being cheated on that people had experienced and then tweeted about.