Study Reveals The ‘Perfect’ Valentine’s Day

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A quarter of Brits say the ‘perfect’ Valentine’s night ends in sex, according to a recent survey.

A poll of 2,000 men and women asked them to list their top five activities for a dream February 14.

Most men would like a drink, a meal, and sex, while the majority of women would prefer a takeaway and a bottle of wine over a night of steaming passion.

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The research was carried out by Lottoland, with the study carried out by OnePoll, ahead of Wednesday night’s Lotto Plus draw.

CEO Nigel Birrell said:

If you’re looking for a way to impress your date this Valentine’s Day, this survey proves that you don’t need to be flash.

It’s great to see that spending the evening with our partners is a strong favourite, and clearly, we just want to do things together in a world where we are glued to our smartphones and our collective idea of indulgence is binge watching a box set online.

It’s nice to see that our top five evenings involve nothing but good old fashioned favourites like spending time with loved ones and having a slap up meal – no technology required.

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The top five Valentine’s Day activities for women were:

1. Meal in a restaurant
2. Takeaway and a bottle of wine
3. A good conversation
4. Sex with partner
5. Reading a book

The top five Valentine’s Day activities for men were:

1. Meal in a restaurant
2. Sex with partner
3. A drink in the local pub
4. Takeaway and a bottle of wine
5. Watching sport on TV

While a meal in a restaurant came top of the list for both men and women, if you fancy yourself as a bit of a Gordon Ramsay in the kitchen, why not treat yourselves to some heart-shaped sausages from M&S, delightfully paired with some heart-shaped Yorkshire puddings from Aunt Bessie’s?

If that’s not a Valentine’s Day match made in heaven I don’t want to know what is.

Happy Valentine’s Day y’all.

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Charlie Cocksedge

Charlie Cocksedge is a journalist at UNILAD. He graduated from the University of Manchester with an MA in Creative Writing, where he learnt how to write in the third person, before getting his NCTJ. His work has also appeared in such places as The Guardian, PN Review and the bin.