27 Jul '11, 1pm
Half of men would ditch woman who gained weight: Poll Nearly half of men questioned in the poll of 70,000 people said th
NEW YORK - Men are more concerned with their partner's body type than women but they also seem to value family more highly, according to a new survey released on Tuesday. Nearly half of men questioned in the poll of 70,000 people said they would ditch a partner who gained weight, compared to only 20 per cent of women. Two-third of men also said they had fantasized about their partner's friends, while only one-third of women had done so. "Even as men are getting more comfortable with meeting their girlfriends online and less anxious about who she's 'friending' there, other romantic behaviors have proven to be timeless ones: chivalry isn't dead, size matters, and women forgive while men forget," said James Bassil, editor-in-chief of AskMen, which conducted the poll jointly with Cosmopolitan.com. While only 18 per cent of women said they would want their mate to be better end...