When the website Ashley Madison, which is designed to assist married individuals with finding a little nookie on the side, was hacked recently, the identities of 36 million adulterous users were leaked to the public.
Turns out, a large number of college students and professors wanted a piece of some forbidden strange: 75,000 of the leaked accounts were registered under .edu email addresses.
From The College Fix:
Almost 75,000 accounts to the adulterous dating site Ashley Madison were registered with .edu emails, more than all registered government emails, Inside Higher Ed reports.
The universities hungriest for some taken tail were also revealed:
— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) August 21, 2015
It is important to note that these figures may not be a completely accurate representation of how many college students and professors used Ashley Madison. Many people keep their student email addresses after they have graduate. Also, some of the accounts may have been a set-up. Much like the disgruntled citizens who registered politicians for the site on fake accounts, some students may have done the same to difficult professors.
The Hill explained that many of the government accounts are likely fakes since “several emails were registered at ‘whitehouse.gov,’ whereas White House officials use ‘eop.gov’ for email communications.” The same could be said for any professors on the list, who could have been added by spiteful students or pranksters.
It makes you think twice about what may have seemed like a righteous action taken by the hackers. Sure they exposed cheaters for who they really were, but at the same time, many happy marriages were likely ruined because of pranksters capitalizing on the leaked information.
Either way, many, many people who did participate in extramarital affairs were caught red-handed. Let this be a lesson to you cheaters. Next time you want to have sex with someone other than your woman, just sit on your non-dominant hand ‘til it goes numb, then jerk it like a monkey in a mango tree. It’ll feel like a tug job from a sloppy stranger..
[via The College Fix]
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