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Coffee before sex?
More than half of Americans prefer their morning caffeine fix to wake up sex, according to poll

  (Agencies) Most people prefer waking up to coffee over morning sex, according to a recent survey.
The caffeine addicted masses beat out the randy risers in a study conducted by Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts. An eye opening 53 per cent of frequent travelers asked by the chain preferred their caffeine fix to satisfying that other craving.
Even more amazing – over three quarters of respondents were willing to go without alcohol, switch off social media or endure a year of celibacy instead of having to kick the coffee habit over that same time frame.
The product of surveying Le Meridien guests across China, India, the United Arab Emirates and the United States earlier this year, the survey also showed that 51 per cent of people can hold out on sex longer than going without a cup of that heavenly coffee.
With 78 per cent of respondents willing to give up drinking, social media or sex for year rather than go without coffee, and 16 per cent saying ‘they are not able to talk to other people’ without coffee in the morning, it should be no surprise that 81 per cent need it to last through long meetings.
A further 28 per cent of people felt less creative without their favourite brew and another 22 per cent are physically unable to crawl out of bed without coffee, according to the survey. As far as travelers, it may not be too much of a surprise that 73 per cent of respondents would cede in-room internet access or televisions for a perfect cup of coffee while on the road. A further 36 per cent would rather kick back with a cup of joe before having alcohol while staying at a hotel, said the survey, which was spotted by
Of the 7,455 people who responded to the survey, 55 per cent were women.



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