The Butabi brothers could be short on dry-humping options if they’re still spending their nights at the Roxbury. That’s because more people prefer to meet online, according to a survey of 2,000 people coordinated by social networking site Badoo.com.Focusing on the British singles, the results showed that 1 in 3 of us would rather meet online, compared to only 1 in 6 who prefer bars and parties, and 1 in 12 who prefer nightclubs.That doesn’t come as a big surprise as the taboo stigma of online dating has faded. Eight-four percent said they wouldn’t have a problem meeting someone in real life who they originally connected with online.With online dating, there are gains for both sexes, as neither has to shower, shave and get prettied up. There’s no cover charge, lineups or loud music to talk over, and there’s a
much better chance of filtering out shirtless morons and psycho types online.On a global scale, the Spanish lead the way, as 80% said they had met someone in person after talking online, followed by Brazilians (69.6%), French (70%), Italians (69%), and Americans (58.6%).