HALF OF AMERICANS GO HIDE OUT IN THE BATHROOM FOR ALONE TIME TO GET AWAY FROM THE FAMILY — EVEN IF THEY DON’T HAVE TO GO! Shamefully, parents with children still living in the house are three times as likely to seek refuge in the bathroom.
Need some alone time? It turns out most people go sit on their toilet – whether they have to go or not! Half of all Americans (51%) hide out in their bathroom when they want some much-needed peace and quiet, a recent survey of 2,000 respondents says.
The more people there are in the house, the more frequently it happens, apparently. Parents with kids still living in the house are three times as likely to seek refuge in the bathroom than childless, single respondents (62% vs. 23%). Not surprisingly, children between ages three and 12 stood out as the loudest members of the household (61%) – twice as loud as teenagers (36%) and three times as loud as adults (23%).
Source: Chris Malore
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