Mornings with Dave & Jen

Beer and Your SEX Life
Beer and Your SEX Life

Did you know that your favorite brew speaks VOLUMES about your sex life?

The dating site Zoosk knows…here’s what they found:

Domestic beer drinkers are more likely to be looking for someone to MARRY.  They also tend to be traditional, and don’t like public displays of affection.

Microbrew fans have had more ONE-NIGHT STANDS than any other type of beer drinker.  74% have had at least one of them and 54% said that in a perfect world, they’d have sex EVERY DAY.

People who prefer imported beer are more likely to still be VIRGINS.  But it’s just 4% of them, so it’s not a crazy high number.  They’re also more likely to be introverted, which goes along with the virgin thing.

92% of LIGHT beer drinkers are willing to date someone with kids.

People who opt for LOW-CALORIE beers are the most prone to LONG-TERM relationships…in fact 75% have been in at least one of them.

Hope it helps you find “the One” this weekend at your local watering hole!

D&J

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