By Wyatt Earp | December 20, 2008
Apparently, people are unwrapping more than presents this Christmas season . . .
WASHINGTON — ‘Tis the season for making whoopee.
The Christmas-New Year’s period produces a year-high spike in sexual activity and conceptions in the United States, according to biorhythm researchers and makers of sex-related products.
They attribute the increase to holiday leisure and New Year’s resolutions to have children. New Year’s irresolution fueled by alcohol and partying is another contributing factor.
“Right before New Year’s Eve is our highest sales peak,” said David Johnson, group product manager for Trojan brand condoms, the leading U.S. seller.
As expected, the holiday urge surge also expresses itself as a peak in U.S. births in September, according to David Lam of the University of Michigan’s Population Studies Center in Ann Arbor. (H/T - Drudge)
Hey, don’t lump me in with the rest of these pervs. My children were born in January, February, February, and December. So basically, April (my birth month) is the Earps’ “active time.” I guess that’s because when I get my birthday wish, I usually make the most of it. Heh.
FYI: The eye/brain bleach is in the second cupboard on the right.
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