Texting and dating don39t mix
Answering the phone at dinner and using it in the cinema (stock image pictured) also made the list The study, compiled by Talk Talk Mobile, found that over half of British men believe it is acceptable to end a relationship over text, whereas 62 per cent of women think that only face-to-face break ups are acceptable.
While over three quarters of people believe they have good mobile relationship manners, four in ten people have completely misinterpreted a poorly written text - and sarcasm is the most common pitfall.
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