6 years ago
These are the 10 things Irish couples argue about the most
Have you and your other half had a row about any of these?
It's Valentine's Day so love is in the air with couples everywhere declaring their undying devotion to each other.
Valentine's Day is also a day where people reflect on their relationships and see what they might be able to work on.
Silly arguments might be a good place to start, and that's where this survey by Jury's Inn might come in handy.
They've found out the ten things Irish couples argue about the most and, to be honest, we can relate to too many of them.
- Finances and Bills
- Partners not pulling their weight around the house
- Taking each other for granted
- Relatives and in-laws
- Spending too much money
- Constant nagging
- How to raise/discipline the children
- Drinking too much
- What to watch on TV
The research also shows that Irish couples have an average of six arguments per month, while almost 18% row ten times or more each month.