For Valentine's Day, Cupid arrows ditches, opt for e-cards

Romance is not dead.

It has simply been reduced at a friend request, a bag, and privacy controls.

Often, in that order.

How else can we interpret the incredibly predictable research - carried out on behalf of SOASTA, the curiously named company that tests for cloud and mobile - which suggests that more than a third of American people send an e-card for Valentine's Day?

It is true that some e-cards can be fun, inspiring, even offering instant surprise on a day otherwise moribund. But can they really encourage a feeling of love for America sweetie most commercially year?

You will be surprised that you love for the rest of your days when I tell you that - of American adults surveyed in 2474 - men seem a little brighter on Valentine e-cards than women.

In fact, this research has provided only 47 percent of men aged 35 and 44 indicated that the love of their life merited only a few clicks and retains an expression of love.

Next enthusiasm were men aged 18-34, 41 per cent of them let their fingers do the loving.

But do not mess these men, no more than they deserve. 41 percent of women aged 18-34 also stated that e-cards have their chosen method for their chosen race.

Obviously, convenience is at the heart of this enthusiasm e-card, as it is at the heart of modern romance.

Respondents were radiant with the idea that e-cards are free. 35 percent beamed as they offer the possibility of animation. A very serious and 34 percent felt the need to emphasize that they were environmentally friendly.

A surprisingly meager 6 percent admitted they liked e-cards, because you can include content NSFW happy. Because ours is a society acquisitive, those who send these free things convenient for expressing their undying love is temporarily expecting something in return.

A kiss is expected 8 percent. A fulsome 10 percent expect sex. They must be part of those who believe that you can get something for nothing.

There will be those who reach for their Latin and whisper: "Sic transit tragoedia mundi." (Oh, look at e-carders.)

But when a new version of any personal self is being created and spun line, which can be surprised that other expressions of love may seem not only happen, but downright expressionless?

E-cards surely help you a width much larger than the paper cards or balloons to display precisely what you really think the most important person in your life.

Which, in the case of three percent of respondents to this survey movement is "the hot receptionist to work."
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