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Who are the best and worst lovers?

A survey made by the site OnePoll interviewed 15,000 women from 20 different countries to make a list of the best and worst lovers in the world.

The results are not very surprising for Latin lovers who acquired a reputation of being real stallions: Spain, Brazil and Italy monopolized the podium.

But the poll may be grimacing in Germany. The Germans are indeed named the worst lovers; women respondents accused them in questionable personal hygiene. The English (too lazy), followed by Sweden (too fast) also drop out as the dunce cap. Let's see at those results.

The best lovers

  • Spaniards
  • Brazilians
  • Italians
  • French
  • Irish
  • South Africans
  • Australians
  • New Zealanders
  • Danes
  • Canadians

The worst lovers

  • Germans
  • English
  • Swedish
  • Dutchman
  • Americans
  • Greeks
  • Welsh
  • Scots
  • Turks
  • Russians
 
 
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