Call it research, because there are very few people who can get away with analyzing something like this while at work. I was researching for a story earlier today, and I stumbled across a website that I initially thought was a joke; a website created as a parody of some of the other, more famous, check-in websites available to people across the planet. Boy, was I wrong. " I just made love!" is a website/app that actually exists! And, there are people all around the world who use it. They're probably using it right now, as I write this. So what exactly does it entail? Well, you don't have to imagine too much, because it's exactly what it claims to be -- a check-in app for people to log where and when they got it on. You can 'pin' a location anywhere in the world, add a comment and details of your encounter, like the position and who you did it with. It's all anonymous, however, but you get to see how many people around the world were getting it on at the same time as you. (Or if they were nearby.) According to their website, the app lets you: - Create a personalized love map - Compare your love stats with the whole world - See how people make love in your area While the website isn't new (it's been around since 2009), it's certainly gaining notoriety in a world where the lines between public and private moments are quickly blurring, thanks to social media. As it stands, the app has been downloaded between 50,000-100,000 times for Android devices, and it's also available for iPhones on the app store. Would you ever use an app like this? If you would, I'd like to know why. Please let me know in the comments section, below. I can't imagine the thought process that would go into being with someone, then reaching for your phone to check-in and give a brief, yet detailed account of your encounter. In fact, the app won't let you check in more than once. You have to wait the 'necessary' 20 minutes, before you can check in again. It also got me thinking about our Sex Survey from earlier this year. We asked our Canadian readers across the country to share some of the places where they've had sex. Here's what we learned: For more interesting information about the sex lives of Canadians surveyed, be sure to visit our results from the 4th Canadian Living Sex Survey.