Your best friend's getting married.

It's time to celebrate and that means bring on the bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Get ready to pay up, it's gonna cost you big time.

Bachelor and bachelorette parties are a lot different today than they used to be.

It's no longer one night out with close friends, but rather an entire weekend of activities and partying.

Heading to Nashville, Las Vegas, Miami, Mexico or Key West has become the norm.

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Not only is it going to cost you financially, but it may cost you your relationship.

The gambling website Bonus Finder conducted a survey across the country to find the state where the most people cheated.

Let's start with the number one state most likely to be unfaithful at a bachelor or bachelorette party.

Photo by Eric Ward on Unsplash
Photo by Eric Ward on Unsplash

The answer is Delaware.

The report shows that out of the 6,000 respondents, 88.9% engaged in some naughty behavior.

Of these, 61.1% took place at a bachelor party and 27.8% took place at a bachelorette party.

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash
Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

It's important to note what they consider cheating.

They include sexual intercourse, receiving a lap dance, kissing, flirting and signing up for dating apps while attending the party.

Some of these can be debated, do you consider flirting to be cheating?

Maybe you say yes, but someone else may say no.

Anyway, the big question is how does New Jersey rank?

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Photo by Siora Photography on Unsplash

Here's what they found:

New Jersey is among the most FAITHFUL states!

Tying with Florida and Oregon as the 5th most faithful state.

Females from New Jersey admitted to cheating the most at 50.9%.

If you're looking for the MOST faithful state, you'll have to move to Nebraska.

They rank #1.

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