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If you think all that goes on in the office place is work, you’re sadly mistaken. But the real question? What exactly happens other than work?

Luckily, a new survey conducted by Yellow Octopus on more than 1,000 people who work or have worked in an office setting shows that a significant amount of extracurricular activities take place during work, and a decent amount of them are of the sexual nature.

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Per Men’s Health:

Overall, 23 percent of millennial women said they’d dreamt of being with a coworker. That was actually lower than their older contemporaries, as 31 percent of Gen X’ers said “Yes,” and 31 percent of baby boomers said “Yes,” as well. Furthermore, 11 percent said they had engaged in sexual activity with a coworker at work, and 4 percent said they had bumped uglies with a non-employee at work.

When it came to that these daring individuals had engaged in at the office, 82 percent of women who had admitted to having some kind of sexual activity with a coworker said they had had intercourse, 40 percent said they had had oral sex, and 30 percent said they’d masturbated with a partner.

When it came to the actual time of day that these sexual hijinks went down, 72 percent said they’d gotten off after hours, versus 36 percent during office hours, and the 17 percent who had done it in the morning. Finally, if you have had the (dis)pleasure of walking in on two (or more) coworkers going at it, you’re not alone, as 14 percent of those who had claimed to have had sex at work also admitted that they had been caught.

That’s quite a bit of info to unpack, but the bottom line is that you should definitely start looking at your coworkers a little bit differently after seeing these stats.

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