PDA becomes unacceptable when you`re older
London: A new study has claimed that Public Displays of Affection ( PDA) is unacceptable after a certain age.
The study has revealed that one should not get a tattoo over the age of 31 because having a tattoo was viewed as a teenage rebellion and 31 is an appropriate cut off point for a new one.
Study contained cut-offs for other stuff as well like kiss in the street (24), men wearing baseball caps (32), ending emails or texts with a kiss (29) and other emoticons at the age of 26, the Daily star reported.
A similar list of age rules applied for women revealing that women over 48 should not opt for bikinis regardless of the fact that how good their bodies are and high heels should be avoided by women over 34.
The survey was carried out by Forza Supplements.