This Just In: PC Gamers Have Better Sex Than Console Players

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chris-littlechild - November 17, 2015

As we know, PC gamers do like calling themselves the ‘master race' of the gaming world. They're either being snarky, a little arrogant, complete and thorough dickbiscuits, or a little of all three. Whichever the case, there's a real sense of superiority going on here.

‘Console peasants,' to some of these bastards, should be hunted on horseback like foxes in merry old England. Why can't we all just get along?

Anywho, whatever the hell you do, don't tell them this: Science –actual science—has confirmed that PC gamers are better at sex. This is undeniable truth, right here, coming from the leading authorities in this sort of thing. MyVoucherCodes. If you can't trust their scientific knowledge, who the hell can you trust?

This whole business came from a study of 3000 UK gamers and their partners. The idea, PCGamesN reports, was ‘…research into the effects playing games has on relationships. The study requested the console the person's partner used to play games with, and then asked them to rate them on how good they were at the sex.' Overall, we gamer guys didn't fare too well, with only 11% of partners giving an ‘excellent' rating. 27% were rated ‘good,' 26% ‘average' and 20% ‘below average.' 54% of PC players were deemed ‘good' or above, beating out Xbox and PlayStation players.

In other news, the same study also found that 21% of people wanted ‘more sex, less gaming,' while 11% wanted the opposite. So there you go. Airtight irrefutable legitimate research if ever I've seen it.

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