Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Scottish Men are Better Lovers and More Romantic than their English Counterparts, New Survey Reveals

By Kashmira Gander, The Independent UK

Photo courtesy of Entertainment Weekly

As the vote on independence divides Scotland, it seems there is at least one thing that unites the nation – the prowess of their men in bed.

Scottish men are not only more passionate lovers than their English counterparts but are better partners overall, a survey has suggested.

On average, Scottish men scored 7.7 out of 10 across 11 categories, while English men only scored 6.2 in a survey of almost 1400 female members of a dating site.

Scottish men earned a near-perfect nine for their passion and their kissing skills. English men, on the other hand, scored a measly 5 for passion, and a barely-better six for their attempts at lip-locking.

But aside from their physical prowess, Scots also ranked highly in their bid to woo their partners emotionally. Women ranked Scottish men a heart-warming nine for their romantic efforts, and an eight for their sense of humour and their generosity.

They also clinched the secret weapon of a sexy accent from their English rivals – ranking 7 and 6, respectively.

However, all is not lost for Englishmen, as their good looks earned them a 9, compared with a woeful 5 for Scots. (Blog editor's comment- Well, except for Sam Heughan, Rik Rankin and Graham McTavish!) And their their party animal antics – for which the English scored 9 against Scotland’s 6 – is a more dubious attribute.

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