Now you have a reason to love Twitter just a little bit more this Valentine's Day — a new study shows that Twitter users might be sexier than Facebook users. Well, at least they think so, anyway. The study, which polled 1,000 US men and women over 18, found that 40 percent of Twitter users would call themselves sexy vs. 28 percent of Facebook users. But let's face it — it's not just all about looks. Do those sexy Twitter users have actions to back up their claims? The study says yes, with 42 percent of Twitter users calling themselves "sexually adventurous" and 33 percent being a "skilled lover," while only 33 and 28 percent of Facebook users say the same, respectively. What's interesting, though, is that the study shows that 55 percent of sexy Twitter fanatics get it on at least once a week vs. 46 percent of Facebook users. That's not that big of a percentage gap, which means it's possible that Twitter users are just a bit more confident in calling themselves sexy than those that stick to Facebook.
But if you're single and ready to mingle this Valentine's Day, you'll have better odds if you start with Twitter — 53 percent of them have engaged in online flirtations vs. 46 percent of Facebook users. Happy hunting!