Wives spend 7,920 minutes a year nagging their husbands about household chores, their drinking and their health.
This equals two-and-a-half hours of earbashing each week - which totals 11 hours a month or five-and-a-half days a year.
A study of more than 3,000 people carried out by health campaign group Everyman concluded the most common subject women nagged their partners about was not helping to tidy the home.
I read it in The Daily Mail, so it must be true.
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