Saturday, February 27, 2010


Her Facebook status changed to "single?" Ur dumped

Digital dumping is on the rise, according to a survey, with growing numbers of people preferring to use email and social networking Web sites to break up with their partners.

Over one third of 2,000 people polled (34 percent) said they had ended a relationship by email, 13 percent had changed their status on Facebook without telling their partners and six percent had released the news unilaterally on Twitter.

By contrast, only two percent had broken up via a mobile phone text.

The rest had split up the old-fashioned way by face-to-face conversation (38 percent) and by telephone (eight percent).

"Digital Dumping will soon take over when it comes to ending a relationship," said Sean Wood, Marketing Manager for DateTheUk dating service for whom the survey was carried out.

"It's often easier, quicker and avoids any misunderstandings."

Source: Reuters

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Monday, February 22, 2010


Men 'always look at women's assets first'

It may appear vulgar, but a new survey has revealed that a man looks at a woman's assets in his first glance, rather than her face.

Men 'always look at women's assets first'

In the survey, half of the male respondents have confessed that they look at a woman's assets even before they look at her face. And, four in 10 men have admitted they look at women's assets at least 10 times a day.

Men from Newcastle are the most likely to sneak a peak at a girl's cleavage before looking them in the eye, the poll of 1,000 adults has revealed.

What's more interesting is that the survey has found that many women have even admitted to checking out other girls' assets up to seven times a day, the 'Daily Express' newspaper reported.

Nine in 10 women look at their rivals' assets, with almost half admitting to having "breast envy" towards friends or work colleagues, the survey has found.

More than half of British women are also unhappy with their breasts with 63 per cent wanting bigger breasts, while almost half of men think their partner's assets are beautiful and wouldn't want them to change them in any way, according to the survey for cosmetic surgery firm 'Transform'.

Source: Indian Express
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Kingfisher Calendar 2010

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