London, UK (PRWEB UK) 12 January 2013
A UK money saving website is celebrating the launch of its dedicated saving section for adult products by revealing the top 10 most commonly stolen items from one night stands, according to its community.
The survey, conducted by http://www.VoucherCodesPro.co.uk, polled a total of 2,797 site members from across the UK.
According to the study, just under half of the respondents, 46%, admitted that they’d had a one-night stand in the past. These respondents were then asked to stipulate what item(s), if any, they had taken as mementos from a one night stand. The top answers were as follows.
The top 10 most commonly stolen ‘one night stand mementos’ by women:
1. Warm Jumper/Hoodie- 23%
2. Loose change- 21%
3. Toothbrush- 19%
4. Cigarettes- 17%
5. CD/DVD- 16%
6. Photo of the person on a camera phone- 15%
7. Boxers- 14%
8. Watch- 9%
9. T-shirt- 8%
10. Food- 5%
The top 10 most commonly stolen ‘one night stand mementos’ by men:
1. Knickers- 25%
2. Bra- 24%
3. Food- 22%
4. Cigarettes- 18%
5. Alcohol- 17%
6. Photo of the person on camera phone -17%
7. CD/DVD- 15%
8. Phone charger-10%
9. Unopened condoms-9%
10. Loose change- 8%
When asked why they had stolen something from a one night stand, the majority, 44% explained that they simply needed the item in question; such as a jumper or t-shirt. 31%, said it was because they wanted a memento of the evening, whilst 22% explained that they wanted to prove to others that the night in question had occurred.
Speaking about the results, http://www.VoucherCodesPro.co.uk Marketing Director, George Charles, said:
“What better way to celebrate the launch of our new section dedicated to helping people make savings on adult products, than to delve into the murky world of one night stands and see what cheeky mementos people take to keep a memory of the passing of fluids?! However, what we found were less cheeky mementos, and more general theft. Watches, DVDs and CDs all made it into the top 10, something that staggered us all, especially as some watches can cost thousands of pounds.”
“We weren't hugely surprised to see that taking things from the fridge came out so high for men! Although, we're not sure this is for keepsakes reasons, but more about satisfying their hunger after working up an appetite.”
For more information please contact Neil Lewis at VoucherCodesPro:
Email: neil (at) vouchercodespro (dot) co.uk