Third Of British Men Prefer Gaming To Sex

Posted: Apr 4 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:44pm CDT, in News | Gaming

Third of British Men prefer Gaming to Sex
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Wow! This I find hard to believe, but a recent survey showed that out of 1,130 men questioned 32 per cent would rather bash a button on a game controller than get naughty in the sack with their partners.

Amazingly the figures increased to 72% when the same question posed to them involved the temptation of playing a newly released video game. The men admitted their partners were “too hard to please” and “not as much fun”. The funny thing I find in all this is that the actual survey does not reveal how many of the men actually have girlfriends. The survey goes on to uncover that if given £50 to spend, 41 per cent of men would spend it on a new video game. A sensible 3 per cent would spend it on paying bills – no doubt their electricity bills are exceedingly high from being up playing GTA all night.

Well girls, if this is your man that has been surveyed then good luck with that, or get into video games like our Virtua Fighter Babe.
Via CVG.

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