Top 10 Couples' Argument Triggers

Money? Religion? Nah, more like bathroom habits
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 22, 2011 1:29 PM CST
Turns out the most common argument triggers aren't money, kids, religion, or any of the really big stuff.   (Shutter Stock)
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(Newser) – The average couple has 312 arguments a year—and most of them are over really silly things. A new study reveals the top 10 argument triggers, and though they may seem innocuous enough, the Daily Mail notes that one in five Britons have considered breaking up over them:

  1. Stubble left in the sink
  2. Dirty marks (ew!) in the toilet

  1. Flipping through TV channels
  2. Not replacing the toilet paper roll
  3. Leaving the toilet seat up
Click for the complete list, which actually gets even grosser at the end, and to see the day and time one of these arguments is most likely to occur.

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