- Really? August 6
Ah, Tuesday morning. You've made it through the first day of the work week, you've had your (first) cup of coffee, and you're settling in at your desk. You're feeling good, you've got energy — you want to do something big.
No, we're not talking about proposing a new project at work or asking your boss for a raise. No, apparently Tuesday morning is prime sexting time, according to a recent poll by Retina-X Studios, a computer-tracking software company.
You read that right. The survey, which consulted 4,800 people, found 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Tuesday mornings to be the most popular time for sending scandalous messages. Apparently a too-cold office with the possibility of your boss reading over your shoulder is a more titillating environment than the dark sky as Saturday night turns into Sunday morning. Who'd have thought?- -
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