I love surveys, no matter how poorly sourced they are. Time Magazine has one about sex and money. This study was conducted by some financial firm called Yodlee, and it found that the majority of those surveyed, 62%, thought about money more often than they thought about sex.

Considering men are supposed to think about sex multiple times per minute, that’s pretty impressive. I’m not sure I believe it, though, considering the study was done by a financial services company. The study also found that for 27% of respondents, worrying about money interferes with their desire to have sex. That one I thought was a little low; everybody gets in a bad mood about money. Does worrying about money get in the way of your love life?