07
Apr

Men Named Wayne, Liam, or Ryan More Likely to Cheat, says Survey

The DailyMail UK reports, “Men called Wayne, Liam and Ryan are mostly  likely to cheat on their partners, so says a recent survey  anyway.

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A study of 2,000 women looked at their  experiences with men and saw Wayne ranked as the least trustworthy name when it  comes to love.

Liam, Ryan and Matt also ranked highly in the  list of ‘love rat’ names, with Craig, Steve and Scott closely following. 

Sadly, straying celebrities such as Liam  Gallagher,  Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs do  little to rescue their names’  reputations.

Dean, Mark and Lee appeared among the shifty  top ten, while lads named Harry, Ashley and Nick also raise a red flag for  women.

Screenshot (20)The survey found 68 per cent of women have  fallen victim to a two-timing Casanova at least once.

One in ten is currently dating a man accused  of being a ‘love rat’, regardless of their seedy reputation.

The research into trustworthy names was  commissioned by domain name registration site Siteopia.com and found seven in  ten women had been hurt by a love rat in the past.

Yesterday a spokesman for Siteopia.com, who  conducted the study, said: ‘It’s telling that the top three names women try to  avoid are also the names of well-known celebrity cheaters.

‘According to the results these men may well  have more of a wandering eye than others, but of course it’s a person’s actions  they should be judged on not the name they go by.

‘Names have great power and we will naturally  recall bad experiences and make certain associations with a name if we’ve been  affected by people with that name in the past.’

Suspicious names that came lower in the top  20 included Daniel, John and Sean, followed by Darrell, Tom and James. The  popular boy’s name, Jack, ranked at number 20.

The main reason a man becomes a love rat is  if he has more than one girlfriend, claimed 63 per cent of women.

Other tell-tale signs were texting behind  their partner’s back, being generally untrustworthy, and men spending more time  with friends than their girlfriend.

The Siteopia.com spokesman  added: ‘We should never underestimate the power of a name in influencing our  opinions, even if we’re not conscious of it.

‘If people have a bad experience, whether  with a person, a company or a service, that name will stay with us a long time  and influence us going forward.

‘Even in business, a name says a lot. Picking  the right name and making sure it communicates the right things to the right  audience is crucial.'”

 

 

 

Source: DailyMail UK

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