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Tweet! I Just Got Laid!

A new survey reveals that 36 percent of people under 35 admit to updating their status on Twitter or Facebook right after they have sex. I guess it was just a matter of time before the postcoital tweet replaced cancer-causing cigarettes. Hot.

Tellingly, men were twice more likely than women to use social media after sex, and only 8 percent of people over 35 admitted to doing so.

While we don't know what exactly people are sharing with the world after they get laid, it's highly likely that they have sex on their mind and on their profiles. Last week most of you seemed grossed out by IJustMadeLove.com, a website that lets you pinpoint the exact location where you've had sex. But judging by this latest survey, the creators of that site are probably on to something — mixing intimacy with social networking really turns people on!

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