It’s pretty common for couples to fight, and often those arguments are over everyday household issues. Well, now aa new report reveals what some of the most common household arguments are about.
A new UK survey, which could easily translate here, finds:
- The average household gets into at least two arguments a day.
- 80% of people admit those arguments are usually over trivial things.
- 32% of women say they are the ones instigating these household arguments, compared to just 20% of men.
- Meanwhile, 47% of women insist they win most of these arguments, compared to just 23% of men.
- 74% of adults agree that trivial disagreements are just a part of living with others.
So, what are the most common household arguments about? Well, the survey reveals the Top 55 disagreements households have.
- The Top 10 include (click here for the complete list):
- Leaving dirty washing on the floor
- Messy bedrooms
- Leaving dirty plates next to the dishwasher rather than in it
- Emptying the garbage but not putting in a new bag
- Someone leaving all the lights on when they aren't in the room
- Leaving the dishes to soak rather than just washing them up
- Leaving toilet roll cores on the floor, windowsill etc. i.e. anywhere but the garbage
- Not changing the empty toilet roll when the last of it is used
- Leaving recycling next to the garbage rather than in it
- Leaving wet towels on the floor
Source: The Mirror