Helpful survey reveals which age bracket of women likeliest to have sex on a first date
It's the dream of all men - sex on the first date. Yet is there an age bracket of women that are more likely to do the no-pants dance after dinner? Apparently so.
According to an incredibly helpful survey from the folks over at Datewithamate.com, women over 30 are far more likely to put out on a first date than their younger counterparts. What a nice bunch of ladies.
The study was conducted by the site to understand the way single women of all ages respond to the societal pressures of dating and featured 1,171 participants in total.
While only 12 per cent of 24 to 27-year-olds said they would stay for a nightcap after a first date, 34 per cent - just over one-third - of participants in the bracket of women over 30 said that they would.
"Everybody has different views on "dating etiquette" and ultimately it is an individual choice," reckons the site's founder Luke Pomaro.
"The only thing we would advise is that people are safe on dates and always take responsible precautions."
Before any of you twenty-year-olds out there get excited and attempt to grow distinguished-looking moustaches to fool older ladies, however, we should mention that over half of all respondents said that they would wait until the third date, while a worrying 86 per cent said that they hoped they would meet their life partner "soon". It all sounded too good to be true, right?