Online Searches For ‘How To Make Sex More Interesting’ Rise By 5,000%
By now, hundreds of millions of people around the world will have spent at least a week staying inside their home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The people who are shacked up with their significant other might be seeing a little jump in their sex lives. Or at least, they want to.
According to AnchorPumps, Google searches for 'how to make sex more interesting' have risen by more than 5,000 percent.
Clearly, couples are looking to spice up their bedroom lives, with that exact search term also seeing a 3,250 percent spike over the past few weeks.
The figures illustrate a world where bumping uglies is a much more regular occurrence because both people are at home more often.
No more nipping off to the pub, to brunch, to watch sport, to play sport; nothing.
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The analytics on sex during this pandemic are pretty interesting.
People seem to be testing their age, with 'how old is too old to have kids' seeing a 2,800 percent jump in popularity, 'how to be good at sex' rising by 200 percent and 'how to increase sex drive men' increasing by 190 percent.
Looks like we could be seeing a big rise in the population in about nine months.
The numbers from AnchorPumps illustrates that people are using this down time to learn a lot about themselves and the world around us.
Other search terms that have seen a more than 5,000 percent increase include 'how to make banana bread', 'pan drawer organiser', 'how to wash your hands for kids', 'how to get in the mood for sex', 'how to cut long hair yourself', 'how to draw a baby Yoda', 'how to make a cushion cover', 'how to prune a tomato plant', and 'how to make hand sanitiser'.
It's awesome to see so many people diving into some DIY projects around the house or get creative with their hands during self-isolation.
Hopefully the people looking for sex tips got the information they needed.
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