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by David Covucci on February 5, 2014

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Which means that… what… almost a hundred percent of us are doing it? Because I’m sure a lot of people lied about it.  

A new study by online security giant McAfee found that pretty much everyone in this country is using their smartphones to send sexy pics and texts.

McAfee wrote that … 49 percent [of people] send or receive sexual content via video, photo, e-mail, or messaging. People also store this provocative correspondence — 50 percent of adults store sexts and images they receive.

Well, of course. What are you supposed to jack off to? Fleeting images stored in your brain? That’s for fuckers in the 1920s and me at 13. Plus, unless it’s SnapChat, your phone will naturally store these photos and messages, so it’s not like us people are doing anything shiesty.

Of course, McAfee found, the TEENS are getting off left and right with the help of their iPhones.

Unsurprisingly, the age group that is most keen on sexting is 18 to 24-year-olds — 70 percent of people in this age group receive sexually suggestive photos and messages.

Whatever happened to good old sex letters, eventually submitted to Penthouse Forum? These kids will have no clue how to masturbate when the apocalypse comes.

Want to know something weird the study found? Of course you do.

While the majority of sexters, 77 percent, send this racy content to their significant others, 16 percent send it to complete strangers.

Now that is some pervy shit. And that means one in six Americans is a pervert. Wait, who am I kidding? We are all pervs.

[Sexting via Shutterstock]