1. TikTok Tops
New research from Forrester has found that the social media app TikTok has taken over Instagram usage in 12 – 17 year olds. TikTok is one of the fastest growing social media platforms in the world, particularly among the Gen Z population. Which is why we have jumped on the bandwagon, you can find us on TikTok at @eopinion, promise we’re not cheugy!
*Cheugy is a slang adjective mocking someone or something as “uncool”—they are out of touch with current trends or trying too hard to be trendy. Similar slang terms are basic or normie.
2. Stalking Spouses
Kaspersky’s recent survey makes Instagram stalking seem like child’s play. The cybersecurity company revealed the amount of people that have installed stalkerware on their partner’s phone. They also unveiled those who don’t have a problem with the secret monitoring software and those who would use it if they thought their partner was being unfaithful.
3. Dating exit surveys
A 26 year old woman has posted a TikTok detailing her recent dates ‘exit survey’. Katrina was sent the survey by her date Graham after a cinema date, in which he asked for feedback and included a rating from charming to awkward. The pair are still dating, so I guess you can deem the bold move successful, although I’m not sure I’d want to know the feedback from the last guys I dated.
BUT if you are looking for a dating ‘exit survey’ get in touch we would be more than happy to offer a personalised eOpinion speedy poll on the house.
4. BMW Psychopaths
However, if you are planning on a date in the near future maybe stay away from the BMW drivers… Scrap Car Comparison‘s recent findings have shown that BMW drivers are the most likely to show psychopathic traits. The survey analysed car models, colours, and fuel types. Advice for those looking to avoid psychopaths, you’re safe with those driving red petrol Skodas but keep away from gold electric cars with personalised number plates.
5. Don’t expect grandchildren.
A growing number of adults that are not already parents say they are unlikely to ever have children, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center. The majority have reported ‘just not wanting to have children’ whilst others have said it ranged from financial reasons to concerns about the world and the climate.
6. Looking for happiness? Move to one of these places.
Rightmove’s recent poll has revealed the happiest places to live in the UK. They have also unveiled the average house price of the top 10 spots. The average house price of the second place holder comes in at a hefty 1.2 million, which may be a little out of range for most but you can bag a home in 2 of the top 10 happiest places to live for under £200,000.
7. Have you experienced JOCO?
The Joy Of Cancelled Outings. Brits love ducking out of plans claims the recent survey from OnePoll. Is there any better feeling than an event being cancelled last minute that you were dreading having to go to? With 58% of us agreeing to social plans we have then gone on to regret, it’s no wonder that such a high proportion of us have experienced JOCO.
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