• 18
  • Apr
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Just 19.9 Minutes…6th Quickest!

 


via NST:

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians spend an average of 19.9 minutes when they make love.
Hardly the stuff romance novels are made of, they ranked sixth quickest in the world in terms of time spent in a love-making session.

However, if it’s any consolation, the average time spent is above the global average of 18.3 minutes.

India’s lovers were the world’s quickest, spending only 13.2 minutes per session.

Nigeria once again topped the ranking on a leisurely 23 minutes.
Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand and Australia were all well below the world average time.

haha…at least we beat 2 of our neighbours =)

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  • 28
  • Nov
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Blogging Asia: A Windows Live Report

 


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via PRNewsWire:

Key Findings:

- Nearly half of those online in Asia have a blog
- 74% find blogs by friends and family to be most interesting
- Young people and women dominate (except India where it is overwhelmingly a male domain and Korea where blogging is a part of everyday life for all)
- 50% believe blog content to be as trustworthy as traditional media
- 41% spend more than three hours a week blogging
- More than 40% have less than 10 visitors per week

Netizens in Asia are most interested in those blogs written by friends and family (74%) while blogs by work colleagues were the second most popular blog but were a distant second with only a quarter of respondents showing interest. In Korea and India however respondents are most interested in blogs covering a specific topic of interest.

Politicians fared poorly across the region with only 14% interested in reading their blogs except in Malaysia where they were quite popular with 20% listing this type of blog as being of interest. Sporting personalities also failed to impress in general with only 8% expressing interest –suggesting we are more interested in their talents on the field or the pitch than their views or perspectives on life.

India stood out with half of all respondents showing a strong interest in business blogs, ranking them as the most interesting, versus the rest of the region where just over a quarter were interested in blogs written by business leaders. Korea also showed high interest in this area.

Interesting…guess the survey kinda reflected what’s happening on mamakk now, with majority of posts focussing on politics and religion in Malaysia.

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