Look, I didn’t need a study to tell me there’s more fighting than sex going down in the bedroom.
My husband and I generally retire to different bedrooms at night because we simply cannot reconcile our sleeping requirements.
A new study shows we are not alone. Far from it, in fact.
The study, released last month in the UK, shows that couples argue in the bedroom an average of 167 times a year. That’s what? Um… Not so good at math but that’s a lot of fighting!
Now, as the Express reports, the couples surveyed are from the UK but I’m willing to wager American couples are no different.
So with one in 10 couples in Britain fighting at least twice a week over bedroom time, what exactly are the big bones of contention? Heh heh heh. I said big bone. About a story in the bedroom. See why that’s funny? Because if this study is right there are probably no big bones in the bedroom. Because big bone means… WHAT? Not funny?
Anyway, here are the top 10 reasons the only bone in the bedroom at least twice a week is the big, bad bone of contention.
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