survey: March 2012 Archives

275x250.jpg Brit holidaymakers start to miss home four days and 14 hours into their sunshine break, a study has revealed.

Researchers found a yearning for popular television shows, home cooking and the perfect cup of tea leads our thoughts drifting back to Britain.

Drinking tap water without worrying was a huge miss for 40 per cent of the survey, while one fifth missed keeping up with the news.

A dedicated one in ten Brits miss their job while on holiday and even admitted sneaking a call to work while away, to catch up on news or gossip.

275x250.jpg Twelve million men are sat at their desks this morning wearing something which was chosen for them by their wife or partner, it has been found.

Researchers have found two thirds of blokes rely on their partners to pick out clothing such as a tie, shirt, shoes or even suit, with many blaming their lack of confidence in the style stakes.

It also emerged half of men were physically ‘dressed’ by the significant other this morning in the shape of a helping hand doing up their tie, or inserting collar stiffeners and cuff links.

A spokesman for StylePilot.com said: "Many men want to be better dressed, but lack style knowledge and confidence.

"That’s why millions of men are relying on other women in their lives – particularly their wives or partners – to help choose what to wear to work so they look good not just at work but for other occasions."

275x250.jpg British holidaymakers start to miss home four days and fourteen hours into their sunshine break, a study has discovered.

Researchers found a yearning for popular television shows, home cooking and, crucially, the perfect cup of tea leads our thoughts drifting back to what’s going on in Britain.

Just being able to drink the tap water without worrying was a huge miss for 40 per cent of the survey, while a fifth long for a dose of news from their local paper.

And a dedicated one in ten Brits even misses their job while on holiday and even admits to sneaking a call to work while away.

275x250.jpg The key to a perfect night’s sleep is going to bed at exactly 10pm, wearing pyjamas and enjoying a nice cup of tea beforehand, it has been revealed.

A study of 2,000 adults who claim to enjoy a wonderful sleep every single night of the week has highlighted how to achieve a decent slumber.

It shows the events of the evening have an impact on the night ahead – with most people ensuring they have at least two hours and seven minutes ‘down time’ before hitting the sack.

The average person will watch at least an hour and three quarters of television, opting for soap operas or comedy quiz shows.

And when going to bed, Brits have another 20 minutes rest time before finally falling asleep at 10:26pm.




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