Online Socialising Sucks

A study of more than 8,000 people in 16 countries shows that most prefer talking face-to-face with friends and family, as opposed to Twittering or Facebooking.

A study of more than 8,000 people in 16 countries shows that most prefer talking face-to-face with friends and family, as opposed to Twittering or Facebooking.

The study, based on the Coca Cola Happiness Index, found that 40 percent of people said catching up with their family was their highlight of the day, while a miserly five percent liked catching up online. An even smaller two percent looked forward to their first morning text.

Unsurprisingly more than 80 percent said their main source of happiness was family, followed by 15 percent who said it was friends.

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