Enjoy sending sexy pictures and texts to your significant other? Just make sure it goes to the appropriate person -- a mistake made by 11% of sexters.
A poll conducted by U.K.-based mobile news site Recombu among 2,000 adults revealed that almost half (47%) of the England sends sexy texts to their significant other. Of that adventurous group, about 11% have mistakenly sent sexts to the wrong person, such as family members or friends.
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Men are most likely to be the culprits in accidentally sending sexts to someone else, as 16% of men have sent one to a family member and 8% of women have done the same.
But overall, women tend to send more sexts than men. About 48% of women surveyed have sent a sexts to a partner, followed by only 45% of men. About 12% said they find it easier to send texts with sex-related verbiage than to say it in person.
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Men and women are also keen on deleting sexts from a mobile phone to keep others from finding out.
The study also looked at how men and women communicate via texts. Both men and women said they will typically wait an hour to respond to a text from a potential date or new partner.
Meanwhile, about one in five women will wait for the man to text first, while one in 10 men will wait to hear from a woman first before sending a text.
This story originally published on Mashable here.