ONE in five would rather have a bar of chocolate than sex, according to a survey.
And the younger they are, the more likely they prefer a sweet treat to bedroom action.
Overall, 19 percent told the pollsters that they were excited about a Twix.
For 18 to 29 year olds, however, the figure rises to 25 percent.
Those over 60 were the least swayed, only seven percent preferred a rolo to a roll in the hay.
Pollster Jon Horsley said, “It’s fascinating to see that chocolate is preferable for Gen Zs – and the older you get, the more likely you are to opt for bedroom antics.”
Among the other age groups, 21 percent of 30- to 44-year-olds preferred chocolate over sex, compared to 15 percent of 45- to 59-year-olds.
The findings come from a survey examining the nation’s chocolate habits.
People eat an average of three bars a week, with 67 percent describing chocolate as one of life’s little pleasures.
However, 16 percent would describe themselves as chocoholics.
A similar proportion say they can’t drink a cup of tea without craving chocolate.
Milk chocolate was preferred by 67 percent, with 22 percent opting for dark and 11 percent opting for white.
Additionally, 31 percent prefer the type of bars they ate as a child. Fruit in a bar was widely considered taboo.
Perspectus Global researchers’ poll also found that Dairy Milk was the nation’s most popular bar, followed by Galaxy and Flake.
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