The festive season is upon us, and it appears staff will happily risk it all at work gatherings, spending big money – and putting hearts on the line – for the occasion.
British employees seem to have suspicious minds, as four in ten believe their colleagues are involved in an office romance.
According to a study of UK business travellers, most want to embark on “adventurous” bedroom activities when they get back home.
Since it’s Valentine’s Day, we thought we’d spread the love – and warn you that office romances could be permeating your business.
3nder – the app for people looking for threesomes – has come under legal fire from Tinder, which claims the names of the services will confuse consumers, but the former’s founder has hit back and refuses to be dominated by the online dating giant.
Durex has returned with another outlandish marketing campaign, this time attempting to be immortalised in the digital form of a condom emoji as a reminder for consumers to have safe sex – presumably with its products.
A study of British employees has found that people who have sex two or three times a week can earn more than those who are less sexually active.
The Durex Connect campaign continues and the sexual health brand has now actually introduced a smartphone app – for real this time – that will bring couples together and “truly enhance their sex lives”.
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