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Love Letters Go Digital

Tuesday, February 2, 2010 17:31 GMT

REDMOND, Wash. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The most romantic way to woo someone is via email.

According to a survey by Windows Live, the vast majority of young professionals ages 22-35 actively exchange digital love letters in cyberspace.

In fact, 79 percent have sent or received a love letter online within the past two years.

Gone are the days of putting pen to paper since 27 percent of people have been told “I Love You” for the first time over instant messaging or email.

Another 36 percent have had a love affair or relationship via email or IM.

The online romancing doesn’t end there: 59 percent of people would send an email love letter while at work.

Unfortunately, 9 percent have sent an email love note to the wrong person by mistake.

A whopping 45 percent of people would like to read an email love letter exchange between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, while 16 percent dream of getting a lovey-dovey email from Scarlett Johansson.