Forget Ashley Madison! Any Website Can Arrange An Affair

LinkedIn, Google, WebMD, just to name a few.

By now, you've heard about the hacking of Ashley Madison, a website designed to help married men and women cheat on their spouses. So, what now? Are there any other websites that hook up dearly beloveds with nuptial side pieces?

Short answer: EVERY SINGLE WEBSITE CAN BE USED TO HAVE AN AFFAIR. Granted, that wasn't a short answer -- but take a look below to see how many websites can help you "play away from home."

  • Connect with a secret lover on LinkedIn.
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  • Make adulterous plans with a BuzzFeed listicle.
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  • Talk dirty with your foreign lover in one of those sexy Google Translate chat rooms (I think that's how it works).
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  • Diagnose your craving for extramarital activity on WebMD.
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  • Ask Jeeves if he wants some.
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