25% Would Head To The Bedroom If They Had An Extra Spare Hour Each Week
May 20, 2009
London, UK (RPRN)5/21/2009
-- If there was an extra spare hour each week, 25% of the population would rather spend the time having casual sex
than any other activity, according to My-Fbuddy, a new upbeat and light hearted adult dating site.
With stereotypical UK working hours being some of the longest in Europe, individuals would revel in having an extra spare hour each week and the recent survey revealed that a quarter of both men and women think the same and would spend the time in the bedroom with either their partner or their sex buddy
Sex beats watching television, playing sport and catching up on sleep to the top spot showing that a quarter of us are either sex deprived or, sex mad.
Andy Hammonds, Founder of My-Fbuddy, commented: “I had a feeling that sex would be high on the list but not first, especially beating watching television. It just goes to show that no strings fun
is on the brain of both men and women. Even if people are single, adult dating sites such as My-Fbuddy, mean that people can sign-up, meet people online and organise casual sex when and where they want it, so if there was an extra spare hour each week, sex is available to all who want it.”
My-Fbuddy is free to join, enabling you to browse the site and view thousands of Fbuddy profiles. You can pay a subscription fee, from as little as £7.50 per month which will allow you to create and view video profiles, send personal messages, and offer sexy virtual themed gifts. As a Member you can also use your mobile to upload photos to your profile as well as receive text messages notifying you that other Fbuddies have sent you a message.
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