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Men are bigger wilfers than women


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British Internet users spend an average of two days a month surfing the web aimlessly, or "wilfing" as the activity has been dubbed.

Although people log on with a purpose, they are now being offered so much choice and online distraction that many forget what they are there for.

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Wilfing? That's a new one to me.

My Google homepage can be a major distraction. I fire up a browser window to look for something, get distracted by content on my homepage, and forget what I was going to look for. :whistling:

*admin should probably go back to the non-personalized homepage.
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I don't call that 'wilfing.' I call that being 'bored.' :whistling:
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Yes, it's truth. :whistling:
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Yeah I wouldnt argue too much with that :whistling:
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