New Study Says WiFi Is More Important To Americans And Europeans Than Sex

Don't ever leave us, internet.

Tommy Gimlerby Tommy Gimler
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Even with the number of outrageous sex positions we know, it’s really not that shocking when you consider that it’s a hell of a lot easier getting a “raring to go” Lisa Ann on your computer screen than in your bed.

According to the International Business Times, a new study conducted by the folks at iPass revealed the sad fact that the majority of Americans and Europeans would rather have a solid internet connection than a solid night of humping. The 1,700 working professionals surveyed also said getting online was more important than eating chocolate or consuming alcohol.

Photo: 35007 (Getty)

Photo: 35007 (Getty)

The survey asked those working professionals to rank the importance of WiFi against other “human luxuries and necessities” on a scale of 1-4, with 1 being most important and 4 bring least important. 40.2 percent said WiFi was the most important while sex came in second at 36.6 percent. Chocolate (14.3 percent) and alcohol (8.9 percent) were caught sniffing their asses across the finish line.

If you’re wondering just how in the hell WiFi became more of a necessity than sex, take into consideration that 75 percent of respondents said WiFi had improved their quality of life while 72 percent of them said a hotel’s WiFi availability has an effect on their travel choices.

Plus, they’re doing some pretty unbelievable shit over at Brazzers these days.

And sex is hard, man: 10 Ridiculous Published Sex Positions That Will Definitely Send You To The Emergency Room