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Online shopping is like reading the news on television.
You don’t actually have to have your trousers on. There’s not even a compunction to wear underclothing.
This is the ultimate in capitalist freedom.
How many people, though, will actually admit not only that they shop online in the nude, but they actually like doing it?
Well, according to a survey commissioned by titillators at PayPal, there are several stages of risque online shopping behavior.
As CNBC reports, 33 percent cheerily admitted that they clutch their iPads and laptops and shop away in their pajamas. It’s unclear how many people were surveyed and what time of day or night they might have been asked the questions.
A stunningly low 15 percent, however, said that they like to have an alcoholic beverage to oil their decision-making.
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