Tim White

Things That Women Hate About Their Boyfriends/Husbands
Things That Women Hate About Their Boyfriends/Husbands
  • Seven out of every 10 women admit that their significant other has annoying habits, according to a new survey. (Presumably, the other three are lying or in denial.) But the behavior that most drives ladies nuts? Stubbornness. In fact, a whopping 54 percent say their boyfriend’s worst habit is refusing to admit when he’s wrong, with most saying it’s the #1 cause of arguments between them. Meanwhile, four in 10 women complain about both their partner’s reluctance to give up the remote and insistence on passing gas in public.

 

  1. Never admits he’s wrong
  2. Hogs the TV remote
  3. Unable to multitask
  4. Snores
  5. Never surprises me
  6. Ignores me when I’m talking
  7. Never does housework
  8. Blatantly checks out other women
  9. Spends too much time watching sports

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