How much do you want to know about a woman’s dat­ing his­tory?

CLEO (Malaysia) - - COVER STORY -

“Our pre­vi­ous re­la­tion­ships and the mis­takes we’ve made are what make us who we are, so I don’t get too up­set talk­ing about them

… for a bit.” SCOTT DETTRICK, 29, AD­VER­TIS­ING CRE­ATIVE “I never ac­tively ask for or seek out this in­for­ma­tion but if the past is in­flu­en­tial or dramatic, it’s good to know about any emo­tional scars, real scars or STDs.” MARTY BRIGHT, 24, SPORTS AND

RE­CRE­ATION OF­FI­CER “All I’d re­ally like to know is what their ex-part­ner did wrong, as a means of know­ing not to do that my­self so that things run smoothly and I feel as though I’m the best thing

for them right now.”

REECE PIPER, 24, JOUR­NAL­IST “I don’t think you need to dwell on your part­ner’s last re­la­tion­ship. A cer­tain level of cu­rios­ity will al­ways be there, but it’s the stuff you go through to­gether now and in the fu­ture that re­ally mat­ters.” JOSH CO­HEN, 20, SOUND TECH­NI­CIAN

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