Research studies regarding sex and relationships are a dime a dozen, so suffice it to say, most of the time, we’re rarely surprised by a study’s results. But sometimes there are those rare instances when a study or survey surprises us with unforeseen insights, both good and bad.

That’s exactly what happened when jewelery manufacturer Forktip released the results of a sultry study titled “Kinky Couples & Modern Relationships.” In the study, Forktip asked 5,000 adults what really happens in relationships today. While some of the information discovered in the study is not at all surprising (men are almost twice as likely to want more sex in their current relationship than women, for instance), others are far more revealing—like, for example, the fact that 71 percent of men and 50 percent of women said they would replace their partner with a sex robot if the sex was better. We present some more surprising insights below.

Women are more likely to lie about their number of exes than men.
While half of men confessed to lying about their own number of exes, women were found to be the guiltier gender, with 79 percent fessing up to fibbing. Of these liars, most narrowed their actual number of exes by half. So, in the future, to find the truth, multiply by two.

Men are more likely to cheat.
While women may be likelier to lie about their past, men prefer to lie about the present. According to Forktip, 40 percent of men admitted they’ve cheated on their current spouse, while women trailed at 30 percent. Of these cheaters, 52 percent cheated more than one time, while 30 percent admitted their sexual tryst was ongoing.

Women are relatively open to threesomes.
Forktip’s research found that one in three women would be open to a bisexual “event,” including one with another woman. While the wording is pretty odd—an ‘event’ may be something much more innocent, like kissing—it’s safe to assume the real-world ratio is likely significantly less. But still, not bad.

Women like to hear one specific word in bed a lot.
According to the study, what women like to hear in bed, in ascending order: that he “makes me call him daddy”, he “tells me how tight it is” and he “tells me how much he is enjoying it.”

While the latter two are understandable considering these are forms of compliments, making a woman call him daddy is less obvious as a one-liner between the sheets. Rest assured, though: sex educators have remained firm that the prevalence of the word “daddy” in the bedroom has nothing to do with fetishizing your father. Instead, it’s often issued to simply indicate that somebody is an authority figure.

About half of us are down for an orgy.
Well, kind of. Half of respondents said they’d consider having a threesome under two conditions: That the other couples involved in said orgy are “hot” (20 percent) and that alcoholic beverages were served beforehand (24 percent).

People do a lot of shady stuff behind their partners’ backs.
While exact numbers weren’t released for this portion of the survey, it was found that couples do in fact engage in unethical behaviour when their partner is not around. Though incredibly disparaging, here’s what people in relationships were likeliest to do when they were alone: use Tinder or other hookup apps, watch porn and they secretly Snapchat an ex.