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Topic # 190807 13-Jan-2016 09:10
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According to an item in my local paper Monday, Kiwis of both sexes are amongst the world's highest consumers of porn. Sorry, no link, though it might be in the Herald. 

Anyway, it is good to know that we have the work/life balance right here.





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  Reply # 1468929 13-Jan-2016 09:52
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Good to see the UFB network is being put to good use....  wink

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  Reply # 1468930 13-Jan-2016 09:54
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That would explain all the eager singles "in my area" - even my neighbour apparently!

even though I know all my nearby neighbours and they certainly don't look like the pictures....

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  Reply # 1468935 13-Jan-2016 09:58
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Link to Herald article and source research (NSFW site), I found the read rather interesting but of course it is simply one site among many. What has porn got to do with work/life balance?

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  Reply # 1468949 13-Jan-2016 10:08
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Well, a lot of us do work from home



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There is no pornography in my house..... I don't even own a pornograph to play it on.




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  Reply # 1469016 13-Jan-2016 12:05
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Wheelbarrow01: There is no pornography in my house..... I don't even own a pornograph to play it on.


I've read you can buy a pornograph machine cheap at Dick Smith. They come in different sizes, some with 4GB RAM or 8GB RAM. You can use for no porn stuff too.






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  Reply # 1470118 13-Jan-2016 15:30
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Had a funny conversation with a female friend at new years about porn watching habits. She seemed genuinely shocked that A. I watch porn, and B. I would openly admit to watching porn, lol... and when I told her her husband probably watches just as much as me she looked at him with a look of horror and was like "really?" he shuffled around nervously and said "maybe now and then", hahaha....

 

I know some women who absolutely hate their partner watching it, even considering it a form of cheating! Crazy! Thankfully my wife doesn't give a rats and probably watches it herself.

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  Reply # 1470131 13-Jan-2016 15:50
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Good to see how Chatham Island's faster P2P internet is being used :)




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  Reply # 1470153 13-Jan-2016 16:32
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According to the radio this morning, Gisborne has the highest porn-watching per capita in NZ.



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  Reply # 1470392 13-Jan-2016 21:36
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  Reply # 1470453 13-Jan-2016 22:40
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frankv: According to the radio this morning, Gisborne has the highest porn-watching per capita in NZ.




I thought this was interesting actually, are the IP databases in NZ actually accurate? Almost all of the time I appear to be in Auckland (all those hot singles are so far away...)

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  Reply # 1470464 13-Jan-2016 22:57
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Rikkitic: According to an item in my local paper Monday, Kiwis of both sexes are amongst the world's highest consumers of porn. Sorry, no link, though it might be in the Herald.

It hardly matters. The porn site is looking for free promotion with this news release and they got it so lots more visitors for them. They could make stats from thin air.

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MileHighKiwi: Had a funny conversation with a female friend at new years about porn watching habits. She seemed genuinely shocked that A. I watch porn, and B. I would openly admit to watching porn, lol... and when I told her her husband probably watches just as much as me she looked at him with a look of horror and was like "really?" he shuffled around nervously and said "maybe now and then", hahaha.... I know some women who absolutely hate their partner watching it, even considering it a form of cheating! Crazy! Thankfully my wife doesn't give a rats and probably watches it herself.


My ex and I used to enjoy watching porn together.

I was kind of surprised by the percentage of women that watch it.

A long time ago I did see a statistic about internet usage, 95% of the internet is porn, the other 5% is people complaining about all the porn.

Maybe not technically accurate but quite an amusing statistic!

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  Reply # 1470514 14-Jan-2016 08:11
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I would thought this is all expected and we should be gratefull for porn.
After all porn was the killer app that funded the introduction of the video recorder making it available for other uses.

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  Reply # 1470847 14-Jan-2016 13:58
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Perhaps newspapers should run a story on the quality of journalism in this country v the rest of the world, rather than printing these studies that use unscientific methods. Now that would make for some interesting and probably depressing reading.

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