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That way it can become something thrilling and exciting again."But if Scots' sex lives are evolving, we are also more romantic than the stereotypically dour image we often project.Only 13.2 per cent of you think that romance is dead, with the widest-eyed romantics being in the Highlands, where every single one of our respondents think romance is still alive and kicking."You don't necessarily have to go outside, but just make small changes like having sex with the lights on, in the bathroom, or even just at a different time of day.Doing something slightly different keeps things fresh and more exciting."When it comes to our partners, a healthy number of us think we have the same sex drive as our significant others, with only a small minority thinking there is room for improvement in your sexual relationship.When it comes to the subject of who should pay the bill on a first date however, the traditionalists are out in force, with 65.6 per cent saying a man should pay, 32.8 per cent believing in going Dutch, and a tiny 0.2 per cent thinking the woman should get her purse out."That's quite unusual these days for people in their twenties," says Naik."A lot of younger women would think that if the date paid for you then they wanted something.Normally there would be an ad in this spot but you're using an Ad-Blocker.That's cool, except that Make Friends Online is ad-supported & we need money to run it.
Nevertheless, I thought I should try and attempt to offer up my advice once and for all - albeit, at the risk of repeating myself.
[: I saw Gerard Butler walking down Byres Road a couple weekends ago with this current-model girlfriend, and although my heart was a flutter at the idea of Gerard Butler, in reality it was a bit of a let down as he looked pretty hung-over].
As a Canadian dating in Scotland, I initially found it quite difficult as there isn't the same culture/ tradition of dating as there is in North America.
But almost 40 per cent of you also complained that you or your partner were often too tired for sex, with nearly a quarter responding that they were too stressed out or that children often got in the way.
A surprising 8.5 per cent, meanwhile, think chocolate is better than sex, while 2.1 per cent of you admitted that you preferred a nice cup of tea and an early night."We're having less sex now than even ten years ago because we're all so much busier," says Naik.