"One of the best things you can do if your sex life has got boring or predictable is to try something a bit different," says Naik."You don't necessarily have to go outside, but just make small changes like having sex with the lights on, in the bathroom, or even just at a different time of day.
Oddly, there also seems to be a Culture of Seriousness that surrounds a ‘traditional date’ over here.
Although most young people have very few concerns about shagging a near-stranger, a lot of Scottish men break into a cold sweat if you ask them out for a coffee.
Over here, it seems that young men and women meet through friends, work or in a bar/club and after meeting and consuming alcohol, the newly acquainted individuals go back to someone’s flat and shag.
Afterwards, it is decided whether or not they are a couple or just a sad pathetic fumble in the dark.
And I don't care how many times someone says that Scottish men are just shy because I'm shy too.
No one actively seeks rejection and heartbreak but, alas, it's a side effect of dating.
So with Valentine's Day just around the corner, what have Scots got planned?
Around a third of you will buy both a gift and a card, as well as plan a romantic evening, while another third will buy a card for someone, yet the remainder of our respondents won't be celebrating the day at all, either because they feel they show their love all year round, or because they dislike the commerciality of it all.
According to our research, the average Scot thinks that we should wait until the fifth date before having sex.
Yet over 15 per cent of our respondents said that a couple should have sex on the first date if they feel like it, making it more popular than at any other point in a relationship. Well, we're having sex two to three times a week, with the most favoured time being a weekend night.
As such, because of the widely accepted practice of courting, men in Toronto seem more apt at making the first move.