Most Brits have internet regrets
The typical Brit apparently deletes ten posts a year from their social networks, when they sober up or just basically come to their senses.
From rants about bosses, or photos of them with their knickers around their ankles or having uokhun? style outbursts get deleted from feeds when the user has usually had a word from a concerned friends.
Sam Allcock of Custard Online Marketing, who are behind the study of 2,000 people, said: "In the last 10 years, the number of Brits using social media has grown rapidly - even our grandparents are on Facebook now. But it's important to remember how many people have access to our photos, status updates and even our reaction to other people's behaviour online."
"It's perhaps not surprising that so many adults have regrets lurking on their social media profiles, as our frequent access to smartphones and tablets makes it easier for us to post photos and comments at times we really shouldn't. We suspect that everyone has made the mistake of posting too much information online, so at least it's something everyone can relate to."
Allcock added: "Alcohol can play a big part in the amount of regrettable social media posts - it's a bad mix."
There's a Top 15 of the most popular internet regrets so let's look at it:
1. Unflattering photographs
2. Raucous, drunken photos
3. Immature comments
4. Boring status updates
5. Over-emotional outbursts
6. Posts giving an opinion I no longer have
7. Photos of me, doing things I shouldn't have done
8. Photos of me in skimpy clothing/underwear
9. Loved up or soppy comments about an ex or partner
10. Bad language
11. Controversial opinions that people get offended at
12. Jokes in bad taste
13. Bitching about someone
14. Vain selfies
15. Pictures of food