While most individuals may get offended on getting a phone call during private moments, when it comes to Britons it doesn’t seem so. In a survey, one in three Britons said it was okay to attend a call while making love, The Sun reported.
Half of the people said it was fine to take a call at a wedding while 54 percent would not mind picking up during dinner, the poll of 2,000 adults found.
Fifty-seven percent find it reasonable to use a phone in the loo, though more men than women. Eight out of 10 people have numbers on their handset that they will probably never call.
But 40 percent of those quizzed by Vodafone opined that the art of conversation was dying, with 21 percent blaming social media and text messaging for it.