Eating in bed is the number one bedroom pet peeve

Apr 27, 2021
What grinds your gears in the bedroom? In a recent survey, 1000 people in the UK were asked about their bad habits and those of their partner. According to the survey, conducted by Bed Guru, eating in bed in the number 1 pet hate between couples.
With nearly 42% confessing to scoffing snacks between the sheets, and nearly 41% admitting they find it annoying when their partners do it.
Nearly half (43.69%) said they’d rather sleep in the spare room than put up with their partner repeatedly chomping food in bed.
  • Eating in bed - 40.61%
  • Leaving clothes on the floor - 38.08%
  • Snoring - 35.76
  • Not making the bed - 35.15%
  • Duvet Hogging - 26.26%
  • Leaving the bedroom light on at night - 25.45%
  • Not closing wardrobes or drawers properly - 24.34%
  • Passing wind in bed 18.38%
  • Not washing duvet or pillowcases regularly - 16.46%
  • Setting too many wake up alarms - 13.43%
  • Playing on the phone at bedtime - 13.13%
  • Twitching whilst asleep - 12.02%
Eating food in bed is sometimes considered a luxury and can be a romantic experience between a couple. Conversely, it could cause relationship problems.
Carl Walsh at Bed Guru: “The bedroom should be harmonious and calming. If there are clothes on the floor or crumbs in the bed, you will feel distracted, which can cause your mind to feel overwhelmed, and this could impact your sleep.
“This could lead to strained relationships between partners. Sleep deprivation can cause mood swings and irritation with the people closest to you.”
• Data was gathered in March 2021.
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