If you don’t have trust in a relationship, then you don’t have anything. I would NEVER snoop on my girlfriend’s phone because we have so much trust. She wouldn’t have time to cheat on me anyway. She works all day, then goes straight to the gym with her personal trainer, Sven. Sometimes her workouts last so long that she doesn’t get home until 2 AM, so yeah, not much time for cheating (if you’re reading this, I love you my little Jujubee < 3 < 3 Tell Sven I say hej haha)
But a lot of people aren’t so lucky, enduring toxic relationships marred in mistrust. The numbers are surprising: 50% of Americans admit to snooping on their partner’s phone. And if my math is correct, 50% is half. There are two people in a relationship (more if you’re a 20-something artist in a “polyamorous relationship” or a Mormon) which would mean basically 100% of relationships involve at least one person peaking at the other’s phone. Which would mean that since I don’t look at my girlfriend’s phone, statistically speaking, she’s looking at my pho–
“ALEX, WHO THE FUCK IS AMBER AND WHY DID YOU SEND HER A PICTURE OF YOUR TINY FUCKING COCK??”
THAT’S JUST MY UROLOGIST, JUJUBEE. Shit. You guys scroll through for the facts and figures. I gotta run.