I disagree. I'm also pretty sure he was in his 30s at the time, although I personally don't think the decade makes much difference. He was definitely aware beforehand, although I guess our definitions of "pretty far into it" may differ, but what we were shown was him chatting up the woman, while she pretended to be an exaggerated Jewish stereotype, he suspected the set up, asked his pals, they confirmed, then he thanked them and went off with her, implying they subsequently had sex, although it's not explicitly stated. I don't think he could fairly use the excuse of being able to claim he actually liked her from their chat and found out later, since it was established onscreen he saw through the pretense, I believe, before the two of them were shown to have ever left the room in which they initially met. It's not as though he actually thought she was a nice Jewish girl AND a hooker his friends bought for him.
I don't see sex with a hooker for a single man in his 20s as a horrible thing, especially under the circumstances. He didn't seek out a prostitute and hire her, his friends did it and he was not aware until either afterwards or pretty far into it.
Different women may have different thresholds, but the notion of any hooker disgusts me, and I'd definitely break off a wedding over that. There also wouldn't be enough disinfectant in the world to make feel me clean again, but that's a different story.
Edited by theatremouse, Apr 28, 2012 @ 4:55 PM.