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A Post-Coital Tweet Is the New Cigarette

Fri, Oct 23, 2009

News, Research

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A¬†new study has found that 36% of people under the age of 35 Tweet, text, or check Facebook right after sex. For the over-35 group, that figure drops to only 8%. Are we totally giving away which side of the 35 dividing line we are located on when we say, Seriously, people? That’s really what you want to waste your post-coital warm fuzzy glow on?¬†We see the future of sex, and we don’t like it one bit: We’ll be forced to dish sex advice like, “Next time someone’s going down on you and you feel like their attention is wandering, why not lift the covers just to make sure they’re not Tweeting?”

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5 Responses to “A Post-Coital Tweet Is the New Cigarette”

  1. rhapsodyblue Says:

    My beau and I are definitely under 35, but we don’t Tweet after sex – we play Left 4 Dead together. Only use post-coital tech that provides a bonding experience, people. You can hold back on the bragging ’till you’re out of the bedroom, at least.

  2. Vio Says:

    @rhapsodyblue- that is an awesome use of warm and fuzzy post-coital feelings. Activities together, talking, video games etc. are the best, not solo brag tweets. What says bonding more than killing zombies together? :) An ex and I had a “sex book”. It was just a novel we reserved to read aloud to each other only after the big bang. We got through quite a few books together. ;) We had similar tastes in books and he had a super sexy reading voice.

  3. Seth Jeffery Says:

    So much for spending warm and fuzzy time together with the person you love. “Excuse me honey, I just need to let my 300 followers know that we just did it.”

  4. Madamoiselle L Says:

    What has happened to our youth, when they think that the minutia of their boring lives is SO interesting to others that they will ignore a lover to live yet an other 15 minutes of fame?

    Are so many people SO self involved that they really feel what they did DOESN’T exist, unless they POST it somewhere?

    Too many people seem to forgo LIVING their lives for blogging about it.

    Try living.

  5. Kristen Says:

    Wow. As someone who is a vague Twitter user and definitely has a way to go before I hit the 35 mark… that makes me really sad for my peers.

    rhapsodyblue’s response gave me a bit of hope, though. That’s just cute.

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