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It turns out using the winking, eggplant and peach emojis in text messages has some serious benefits -- more dates and more sex!
The Doctors share how two studies found that people who use more emojis end up going on more dates and have more sex. The panel feels the use of emojis can help people be more expressive, better share emotions and ultimately connect more.
Our Doctors all admit to sending emojis but explain there are certain symbols reserved for certain people.
Speaking of your phone and your sex life, find out the shocking number of people who admit to checking their phone while having sex -- cue our shocked emoji face!