CARSON CITY, Nevada - In a move that state senators hope will help to ease the rising divorce rate in the state, the Nevada Senate has voted 17-4 to outlaw texting during the sex act.
One senator, who asked that we not reveal his name, said that he personally knows of three couples who have gotten divorced just within the past six months because one or the other was texting during sexual intercourse.
The senator added that this texting business has really gotten way out of hand and he and his fellow senators realized that something needed to be done and done soon.
American Spotlight Magazine interviewed one woman whose husband filed for divorce on grounds of coital texting, which is a phrase that has originated in the state of Nevada.
She would not give her name, but did say that her initials are E.Z. She remarked that she is an expert texter and can text with one hand and on occasion she has even texted with her tongue.
SIDENOTE: E.Z. explained that her texting during sex did not affect her performance in bed one bit and pointed out that her husband (Q.Z.) usually watched NASCAR races during their sex act.