SEX FORUM Bonkers Brits choose joy of text!
ACCORDING to new research a shocking 10 per cent of folk check their phones MID-BONK.
The study revealed that people are struggling to stay focused between the sheets with one-in-ten lovers admitting they regularly check their mobiles or send texts.
It found that on average we spent two hours a day looking at our phones, with the alert of a news message or call interrupting pretty much everything we do during the day.
One-in-seven admitted to reaching for their phones at work, while 95% of those polled have checked their screens during a social event.
But the most astonishing figure showed that many adults can’t even bear to switch off their phones when they’re SHAGGING.
Students at the University of Virginia were quizzed over two weeks for the poll which looked at the impact technology has on our everyday lives.
Psychologist Kostadin Kushlev explained: “We found evidence that smartphone interruptions can cause greater inattention and hyperactivity – symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
“The findings simply suggest that our constant digital stimulation may be contributing to an increasingly problematic deficit of attention in modern society.”
Midweek Sport babe Amanda Perry, 21, told us she was shocked by the figures and can’t believe so many people are so obsessed by their mobiles that they even take them into the bedroom.
The gorgeous model, from Oxford, said: “If a guy I was shagging stopped to check his phone, or sent a text in the middle of sex, I would be fuming.
“I can’t believe so many people have admitted they actually do it – surely they can’t be having very good sex if they can’t go the whole hog without their ruddy phones.
“To be honest though, I’ve never had any complaints in the bedroom, so I don’t think I have to worry about my lover getting distracted or looking for entertainment elsewhere.
I know how to hold his attention.”