Only one in seven person switch off their phones during sex.
Uno su sette persone spengono il cellulare quando fanno l’amore.
Una persona de siete, apaga el celular cuando hace el amor.
By Chris Williams
Published Monday 24th July 2006 14:02 GMT
A survey into Brit’s MobileLifestylesâ„¢ has revealed a paltry 14 per cent have the courtesy to switch off during sex with their partner, lest they get a txt msg from their m8 asking if they fncy a pnt.
More than one fifth of the 18 to 24 year old category, or the Generation Mobile tribe to give them their approved marketing wonk’s moniker, have ditched someone or been sent to Dumpsville themselves via SMS.
In fact, the study by Carphone Warehouse and the London School of Economics found texting has usurped voice calling as the main thing people use their phones for. The all-conquering rise of the mobile phone is illustrated by the shocking finding that young adults place it above even television as the most revered bit of electrical kit.
According to Carphone Warehouse boss Charles Dunstone, mobiles have become “the social glue that connects us”. Unless you’ve had your social glue nicked, that is: overall one in 10 say they’ve had a phone stolen, with the rate among young women almost double that numbers.
Having sex is beautiful, don’t ruin it because someone is calling you.
Fare l’amore e’ bellissimo, non lo rovinate perche qualcuno vi sta chiamando.
Hacer el amor es bellissimo, no lo ruinen porque algien esta llamando.