According to a new survey conducted by mobile phone technology Company Telstra, about 40% of women check their partner's phone for romantic text messages. Hence, men, who are indulging in extra-marital affair, should beware of mobile snooping.
About 250 participants in Australia were interrogated on their mobile phone use in flirting, as a part of a quiz.
A per the findings, respondents revealed that they have caught their partner 'flirtexting' with a bit on the side, either via SMS message or email. The study also offered some advice to people who wish to start an adulterous relationship.
It disclosed the fact that too many abbreviations, writing in caps-lock and overusing smiley faces were the biggest disgust in texting. About 41% women engage in flirtexting as compared to 30% of men.
Respondents falling in the age group of 18-39 shared that it was acceptable to ask someone on the first date via text message. About 14% of those surveyed in NSW have digitally dumped someone. About 13.5% Victorians reveal that they had broken up with a partner via SMS. About one in five people had sent a flirty text to the wrong person by mistake, revealed the study.
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