What's better than monogamy? A "monogamish" relationship in which partners are only mostly faithful to one another, according to a new survey. One in five U.S. men who participated in the survey said they'd rather be monogamish than monogamous--which isn't surprising, considering the survey also revealed that more than 40 percent of men 25 to 34 have discussed having a three-way with their significant other. Meanwhile, more than half of the survey's respondents (both male and female) agreed that monogamy "is a social expectation, but not a biological reality." Affairs for everybody!