While you're stuck at home in quarantine, and you've bled your Netflix watch-list dry by now, you're probably looking for innovative ways to pass the time. Whatever those may be, this new discovery is going to make you want to do things differently.
Don't say we didn't warn you...
According to a recent study done by marketing agency, Boutique, women that are named Emily are most likely to cheat at board games. Seriously.
It all started after the questionnaire asked the British public who in their families they deemed most likely to cheat. Sure enough, those named Emily were hilariously propped front and center.
"I’m not going to lie, I’ve cheated at Monopoly before and I don’t feel bad for it. Cheating is just to easy to do when you have sisters like mine," one shameless Emily revealed to Unilad.
Well, folks, it appears the study might have been on to something after all.
What do you think? Will you be risking it all for a not-so-heated game of Monopoly? Or will you take to the safety of your Netflix instead, opting for a dry rerun over a defeat?