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Couples argue 312 times a year,mostly on Thursday at 8pm for ten minutes. Domestic bliss? A fifth of Brits have considered splitting up with their partner over their annoying habits
Domestic bliss? A fifth of Brits have considered splitting up with their partner over their annoying habits. There are the really big issues that divide couples … and then there are the very, very small ones.
And the latter don’t half add up. Minor irritations such as leaving wet towels on the bed, flicking between TV channels and hoarding bits and bobs cause most of the 312 arguments that the average couple has each year, researchers say.Those little annoying habits can become such a big problem that one in five Britons have even considered them a reason to split up – with a Thursday evening the most likely time for a row to develop.

According to the researchers, women tend to become more frustrated with their partner’s habits than men. The most common complaints include loo roll not being replaced, lights that aren’t switched off, channel hopping and the lavatory seat being left up. But men aren’t immune to getting irritated either.They grit their teeth when their partner takes too long to get ready, clogs up the plughole with hair or nags them about chores. The statistics emerged in a study of 3,000 adults by

The study found the kitchen is also a common battleground for arguments about cleanliness.Although men were more relaxed in general they are more likely to consider ending a relationship over things like taking too long to get ready and nagging them about chores.Other habits that partners listed as annoying included leaving dirty cups around the house, hoarding stuff, flicking TV channels and leaving tissues all over the house.Eight out of ten people said they often found themselves cleaning up after their other half rather than continue to nag them. One in four credit their nagging with changing their partner’s behaviour. A fifth of Brits have even considered splitting up with their partner over their annoying habits.


1. Stubble in the sink

2. Dirty marks in the toilet

3. Flicking TV channels

4. Not replacing the toilet roll

5. Leaving the seat up

6. Leaving lights on

7. Leaving dirty cups around the house

8. Leaving wet towels on the floor/bed

9. Hoarding stuff

10. Not flushing the toilet


1. Taking too long to get ready

2. Nagging about chores

3. Leaving lights on

4. Hair in the plughole

5. Hoarding stuff

6. Overfilling bins

7. Leaving tissues around the house

8. Leaving dirty cups around the house

9. Flicking TV channels

10. Watching soaps


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  • Reply Elena 19 ianuarie 2011 at 18:03

    312?!…uff e greu cu partenerii 😀 eu sunt cea cu „vicii” in cumplul nostru…si majoritatea din ele sunt listed above..chiar se poate gandi la break-up?! (panick) Tre sa ma corectez!

  • Reply Nataly 21 ianuarie 2011 at 21:26

    cam des… dar asta-i viata de zi cu zi, rutina noastra fara de sfarsit…And who is taking the garbage out?….it’s like always me..
    you know what? Real love is sacrifice…everyday sacrifice.

  • Reply free online translations 22 ianuarie 2011 at 16:28

    Tre’ sa recunosc ca materialul e super bun. Atata adevar si intr-atat de bine expus. Stiu ce inseamna viata de cuplu, stiu cum e sa-l vezi deranjat pe partenerul tau de micile tale neatentii care se petrec aproape involuntar. Si totusi de 312 ori pe ani? Parca nici nu-mi vine a crede.

  • Reply marina 23 ianuarie 2011 at 20:58

    cand ultima data te-ai indragostit, Nata?

  • Reply pentru Natalia de la un om din Romania 29 ianuarie 2011 at 22:11

    sunt cam nebuni englezi astia,noi luam ce este mai rau de la toti idiotii.Ei sunt dependenti de televizor sau pc si iau in calcul numai lucruri banale.Hai sa traim frumos,sa iubim mult si devenim mai ingadutori cu sotul/sotia,asa cum au trait si strabuneii nostri de pe ambele maluri ale Prutului………

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