Study: 56 percent of cell phone owners use their mobile devices on the toilet

Picking up on what’s happening around the water-cooler is one thing. Checking in on the toilet is another—figuratively and on Foursquare.

A study from Insight Express’ Digital Consumer Portrait sought to answer this question, and the results are—interesting.

Turns out people use their phones practically everywhere, even in places they shouldn’t—planes, stores, even church.

That’s right; nothing is sacred—not even the porcelain god.

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