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One-third of Users Have Broken Up By Facebook, Text Or E-mail

A survey conducted by market researchers Lab 42 declares that 33 percent of human beings have broken up with their beloveds by text, e-mail, or Facebook. This survey purports to offer the truths of 550 people older than 18 years old.
The idea that it’s OK to use just a few keystrokes to dismiss the one whose thigh you might have stroked just the day before is surely a little deflating. However, the deflation of this no doubt statistically troubled survey doesn’t stop there. Some 45 percent of cheery, loving couples communicate primarily by Facebook message. And a quite throat-freezing 52 percent change their Facebook status after a breakup immediately. This compares with a mere 38 percent who change their status when they have found someone fresh, new and willing.
Here’s another fun finding that might explain Mark Zuckerberg’s Roman Emperor mien: 57 percent of people who meet someone they’re interested in–you know, in what’s left of real life–immediately send them a Facebook friend request.

Jason Lee

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