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The survey, commissioned by two niche dating websites, Christian and JDate.com, found that on a date, 96% of singles keep their phones out of sight — yet 67% say they find a way to check them."It's amazing how quickly the norms become established, because when people violate them, people take offense," says Daniel Post Senning, 36, the great-great-grandson of etiquette maven Emily Post.Senning of Burlington, Vt., is "single and dating" and says he has tried to answer some of these questions in his book Emily Post's Manners in a Digital World, which came out in April.
New research by Mobile Phone Checker has found that 73% of men have ended their relationship over a text message, phone call or social media instead of meeting to do it.Interestingly women are slightly more likely to shoot off a breakup email than men are—18 percent of them have done it, compared to 15 percent of men.Such trends are reflected in popular culture too as evident by news of celebrities like Britney Spears and Russell Brand initiating divorces via text message.People send and receive texts seemingly at random – they never know when to expect a text message. But it is extremely rude and more than a little cruel to send a "We need to end this" text message without knowing what the recipient is doing at that specific moment.
Above all, a text message may not make your intentions or the reasons of the breakup completely clear.
This scenario runs exactly counter to the foremost argument forwarded in favor of digital breakups, that they do away with any possibility of tear-filled tantrums and screaming matches.