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(Those numbers very slightly increased for folks who are in committed relationships or married, but not by much. ) The rest of the single folks responded accordingly: I'll admit, I'm totally guilty of doing the old phone check when a date takes a bathroom break, but I feel like that's fine, right?
I wouldn't leave my phone sitting on the table* or scan my Facebook page while the guy was telling me about his siblings and where he went to college, but I don't feel bad doing the occasional sneaky text if he's locked in the little gentlemen's room.