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An anonymous study of 2,000 British men and women concluded that out of all jobs, computer geeks make the best lovers.
They were found to be the most selfless in the sack, the most adventurous and more likely to use love gadgets.
Seventy-eight per cent of techies that were questioned also claimed that sex toys were part of their love life.
Eighty-nine per cent of them, though, believed that the phallus was a sex toy.
Okay, fine, I made that last line up. But really, the methodology of the study is suspect—from the article, it seems that it was based on questions asked to these men. Like they’ll tell the truth. Nice try. Duh.
And bloggers were not part of the survey. I’m sure they would have found that bloggers are even better in bed than IT workers. For starters, they’d be able to do it several times a day. How’s that?
And ya, I know, Twitterers, if that is the term, would do it even more frequently. But it would be over too quickly. Where’s the fun in that?
(Link via email from YV Sai Madhav.)