Sunday, October 21, 2007

World Rooting

Forget your holiday to Thailand guys. New Zealand is the place to go and it might only cost you the price of a couple of Bacardi Breezers. So when your flights turn to fancy, buy yourself a flight to the land of the long white cloud and be assured of high odds of getting your leg over. From The Sydney Morning Herald.

New Zealand women have the most sexual partners in the world, according to a global sex survey reported on Saturday.

They have an average of 20.4 sexual partners, according to a survey by condom-maker Durex - well above the global average of 7.3.

The Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global survey, which questioned 26,000 people in 26 countries, found that Austrians topped the male list with 29.3 sexual partners, more than twice the global average of 13.2.

New Zealand was the only country where women were more promiscuous than their men, who averaged 16.8 sexual partners, The Press newspaper said, reporting the survey.

The survey showed that Austrians were the youngest to lose their virginity at an average of 17.3 years, followed by Brazilians (17.4), Germans (17.6) and New Zealanders (17.8).


  1. I certainly know that my New Zealand friends would disagree. What a matter of opinion such a survey is. Could you argue that all Australians are laid back?

    Land of the long white cloud... I have never heard that before but I like it.

  2. I would take it with a grain of salt.

  3. I've been to Kiwiland so many times but I didnt come across any promiscuous hunks..o well this is abt Kiwi GIRLS anywways :)


  4. "I would take it with a grain of salt."

    Indeed! Given the source of this information is the Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global survey (I believe it is a branch office of the famous 'Ponds Institute') I would expect the figures to be a bit rubbery.

    Boom! Boom!

    (Runs away shamefaced - but not Camerafaced - again.)

  5. Me either when I was there Keshi.

    (I believe it is a branch office of the famous 'Ponds Institute') Should I take this literally?