Maybe you don't think of it as "snooping," but if you've Googled a blind date, rifled through a boyfriend's sock drawer or peeked at his e-mail after he accidentally left it open, you've officially snooped. The good news? You've got company: 83 percent of glamour.com readers copped to snooping. So right or wrong, since most of us are doing it, we wanted to share some ground rules-you know, to keep you out of jail, er, trouble.
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by Kristin Koch, Glamour
CN Digital StudioDO consider just asking.
Most guys don't volunteer details about their personal business so freely, but not necessarily because they have something to hide. "We think differently-we don't want to know about your ex, so it doesn't occur to us that you'd want to hear about ours," says John, 27. If you're curious, ask.
DON'T jump to conclusions.
Monique, 33, learned this lesson the hard way. "My boyfriend's phone started ringing off the hook in the middle of the night," she says. "He said he didn't recognize the number, but I didn't