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TigerText is a new startup that helps you send text messages that vanish from both the sender and receiver's phones after a set period of time. (WSJ)

It's already popular with celebrities in Hollywood who don't want to end up on TMZ, but there are plenty of other potential applications... like cheating on your wife.

That's not the application TigerText would like you to focus on, though (short-sighted — that's a big market they're ignoring!).

They have an enterprise version that costs $10 per employee per month and is popular in industries like healthcare and banking. For example, using TigerText allows doctors to message each other about patients without violating rules around professional secrecy.

A problem with TigerText is that both users have to download the app for the system to work. (So, if you find TigerText on your spouse's iPhone... Maybe you should have a word with them.) But that's not too bad given how many people download so many apps these days. And secrecy is a good reason to download an app. TigerText has raised $2.2 million from angels so far.

All adultery-related kidding aside, we like the idea and if the execution works, it sounds like something that can be very useful for many people.

http://www.businessinsider.com/tigertext-2011-2

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I know the answer to your silly question! Because it's the best sex you've ever had every time because there's always a threat of getting caught, it's fun, it's a huge adrenaline rush, it's exciting...until you get caught.


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I know the answer to your silly question! Because it's the best sex you've ever had every time because there's always a threat of getting caught, it's fun, it's a huge adrenaline rush, it's exciting...until you get caught.

Wouldn't sex in public places give the same thrill, without jeopardizing your marriage? Then, if you get caught, well, it can be a great way to meet open minded couples.

ETA: Or singles.

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Wouldn't sex in public places give the same thrill, without jeopardizing your marriage? Then, if you get caught, well, it can be a great way to meet open minded couples.

ETA: Or singles.

It's different. It really has to do with endorphins, hormones, and genetics. Researchers actually found a gene that leads people to cheat because they get a huge rush from it. I think it was the same gene that leads some people to become addicts (I could be wrong about this part). Let me see if i can find the study.


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People who are unfaithful to their partner may be genetically predisposed that way. Certain genes linked to sensation-seeking behaviors have been identified by researchers from State University of New York in Binghamton. Their findings are published in the scientific journal PLoS ONE (Public Library of Science). Apparently, the is a certain type of dopamine receptor gene - DRD4 - with is associated with infidelity and one-night stands.

The authors explain that human sexual behavior varies considerably, not only between different populations, but also within them. Even though evolutionary theory is rooted in sexual behavior and sex-related characteristics, scientists do not know much about how genes affect individual differences in how we behave sexually.

Justin Garcia and team set out to determine whether DRD4 could have an impact on the motivation (compulsion) behind some sexual behaviors, such as infidelity and promiscuity.

181 young adults were interviewed regarding their relationships and sexual behaviors. Samples (buccal wash) were taken for DNA testing.

77% of those interviewed said they had a history of sexual intercourse.

The researchers found 50% of those with 7R+ - a genetic variation of DRD4 - had been unfaithful to their partner, compared to 22% of these without 7R+.

The impact of 7R+ on infidelity and/or promiscuity in males and females appeared to be about the same.

Garcia said:

  • "What we found was that individuals with a certain variant of the DRD4 gene were more likely to have a history of uncommitted sex, including one-night stands and acts of infidelity.
    The motivation seems to stem from a system of pleasure and reward, which is where the release of dopamine comes in. In cases of uncommitted sex, the risks are high, the rewards substantial, and the motivation variable - all elements that ensure a dopamine rush."

The researchers stressed that further and larger studies are required to confirm their findings. At this point it is not possible to confirm a cause-and-effect link between sexual behavior and genetic traits. However, genetics do appear to play a role in how we behave and the decisions we make in life.

The relationships are associative, the scientists stressed. In other words, some people with the genetic variation will not be unfaithful or promiscuous, and some people without the variation will be.

As the relationship is associative, "The study doesn't let transgressors off the hook,", Garcia added.

So it may still be a bit early to blame it all on one's genes.

The same genetic variation has been linked to gambling addiction, alcoholism and a love of horror films.

"Associations between Dopamine D4 Receptor Gene Variation with Both Infidelity and Sexual Promiscuity"

Justin R. Garcia, James MacKillop, Edward L. Aller, Ann M. Merriwether, David Sloan Wilson, J. Koji Lum

PLoS ONE 5(11): e14162. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014162

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/210277.php


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It really has to do with endorphins
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what about oxytocin, adrenaline, vasopressin?

WhatWhat? Do you need help with oxytocin again?

me recommends tantric massage, each and every time.


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