Millions of women and blokes are gagging to romp throughout December after being locked down during last year’s holiday season robbed them of bedroom action.
Sex and relationship expert Jessica Leoni from affairs site Illicit Encounters said: “This year we are going to Christmas party like we never have done before.
“People will finally be face-to-face with the person they have been lusting over in Zoom meetings for almost two years.
“Expect lots of outrageous drunken behaviour and lots of affairs as passion that has been building up since the start of the pandemic finally comes out into the open.”
Two-thirds of women and three quarters of men declared they were set to party harder than ever this Christmas because last year was a “write-off” due to the pandemic.
A survey of Brits’ festive sex plans by Illicit Encounters also predicted flings between work colleagues would soar to an all-time high due to pent-up crushes.
The poll said almost a third of women and 42% of fellas secretly were secretly desperate to bed a workmate despite already being in relationships.
With 76% of UK firms planning boozy festive parties, office affairs are expected to shoot off the charts.
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Almost 40% of women and 31% of blokes confessed to scoring with a colleague at a Christmas do pre-lockdown.
But the survey showed giving in to the temptation of office festive flings left folk kicking themselves the morning after.
Brits named their top five Christmas party regrets as snogging a colleague when drunk, making a fool of themselves in front of the boss, blabbing about hidden passion for a colleague, bedding a workmate – and getting caught slagging off others in the office.
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The study comes after horny, hard-partying Brits have already been hailed for spending months boosting the Covid-battered economy.
Sales of condoms, lube and headache tablets have soared from June to September – confirming predictions a “sexplosion” and mass hangovers would mark the end of lockdown.
Pubs and restaurants also recorded “Christmas trading” levels of booze sales when they were first allowed to reopen in spring after the UK’s lockdowns.
Hospitality data specialists at market analyst CGA said booze buying jumped 113.8% on the first day of outdoor trading post-lockdown, compared to the same day in 2019.
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