"A lot of younger women would think that if the date paid for you then they wanted something.Yet for the older generations, it's still very much the belief that the man should pay."And our taste in partners seems fairly traditional as well, with the ideal man for Scottish women being Sean Connery.
According to our research, the average Scot thinks that we should wait until the fifth date before having sex.Yet over 15 per cent of our respondents said that a couple should have sex on the first date if they feel like it, making it more popular than at any other point in a relationship. Well, we're having sex two to three times a week, with the most favoured time being a weekend night.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.Almost a third of you think online dating is perfectly normal in this day and age, and more than a quarter of you use text messaging to keep in touch with your partner.We will only share your information for the purposes of providing services which you have engaged us to perform on your behalf, such as placing your insurance, and/or providing you with insurance-related products and/or services, as applicable, and as otherwise permitted or required by law.
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On average, we're having it for 45.3 minutes at a time, although an energetic 1.7 per cent of you told us you were indulging in it for longer than three hours, with most of those respondents coming from the Highlands. At the other end of the scale 1.3 per cent of you are managing it for just five minutes or less, a statistic that leapt to 10 per cent in Grampian region. Commenting on the variety in times spent on sex, Anita Naik, advice columnist and author of The Lazy Girl's Guide To Good Sex, says: "The best balance is to try and make things different every time.
Sometimes a quickie can be great, and sometimes a really long drawn out thing can be amazing.
I don’t know about dating but I married two Scotsmen.