You Know They Want It: Greeks World Leaders in Sex Time

ATHENS – Greece hasn’t been able to qualify for the soccer World Cup or Olympics in basketball for years but it has the Gold Medal – again – when it comes to romper room time in the bedroom.

A survey by the condom maker Durex ranked Greeks again first in the world for having sex the most, beating out the favorites Brazil and France, who will to settle for getting their kicks at the World Cup in Qatar later in November.

The survey’s category of the Top 10 Most Sexually Satisfied Countries put Greece number one, with 87 percent having sex at least once a week, with Brazil second at 82 percent and Russia third at 80 percent.

That was followed by China, Italy, Poland, Malaysia, Switzerland, Spain and Mexico to round out the top 10 with the poor Japanese frustrated again in finishing last with only 15 percent getting it weekly. So much for the Samurai words.

While Greeks are doing it often they’re not always doing it right because the country ranked only fifth in satisfying performances at 51 percent hitting the Big O (hint: not Oscar Robertson); Nigerians ranking first at 67 percent, Mexicans at 63 percent, Indians at 61 percent (no fair, they have the Kama Sutra as a handbook); and the Poles (who would have thunk it?)

That was followed by The Netherlands (maybe they’re busy tilting at windmills); South Africa, Spain (too busy doing the Flamenco?); Canada (well, it’s cold there); and the USA, where they prefer to work apparently.

The findings pretty much followed the 2021 results with Greeks and Brazilians saying that sex was an integral part of their health and well-being so maybe they will meet in the finals. The betting window is now open.


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