Alan Pearcy wrote this post.
To poke or not to poke? That is the question--and apparently a growing number of adults in the U.K. display proclivity to the former.
At least that's what a new study by PollOne.com (and first reported on by AllFacebook.com) would lead us to believe.
According to the survey, which questioned 2,000 adults on their online habits and sexual activity, researchers concluded that approximately 11 percent of Britons have had sex with someone they met on Facebook.
But that's not the only revealing thing this naught little poll reveals offers. Among others provocative results:
• 50 percent have had a one night stand
• 35 percent have 'sexted' nude photos of themselves
• Brits have sex, on average, biweekly
• 10 percent have had sex with a coworker, with 50 percent of those incidents occurring in the workplace
These results come on the
heals heels of a newly revamped British airing of "Sex Rehab with Dr. Drew," with the survey having been commissioned by the U.K. TV channel Really.
The results also coincide with a growing number of online dating websites, begging the question, what happened to good old-fashioned snogging?
Romp 'n' roll, Britain--romp 'n' roll.