10. HouseworkTimes Online reports that over 60 percent of woman enjoyed housework rather than sex. 6 out of every10 women said that cleaning their houses “made them feel in control of their life” and the same proportion found cleaning “mentally therapeutic”. Three quarters of the women surveyed kept up this regime of cleaning despite being in full or part-time work. Only 22 per cent of respondents enjoyed the process, but 64 per cent found happiness in the results of their labours.
Nearly half admitted some sort of addiction to cleaning; a similar proportion wished that they could cut down, and 4 in 10 said that they were “no longer in control of their cleaning habits” and said that they found more satisfaction in cleaning than in sex. While 80 per cent compared the cleanliness of other homes with their own, 6 out of 10 mothers thought that a messy house would lead visitors to believe they were a “bad mother”.
9. Unwrapping the Present and Finding the Thing You Wanted
According to the Sleep Well website based out of Stanford University there are at least ten reasons why sleep is better than sex. It says “you don’t feel guilty about doing it alone, no one will start rumours about how much you do it, you won’t complain in the morning about not getting any, you don’t have to pay for it, you don’t need to sleep after sleeping. It can last a good eight hours. (or even more) and while sleeping, you can have sex with anyone you want, and of course it’s legal to sleep in any position whichever country you live in”. A study conducted at the Edinburgh Sleep Center reported that over 79.2% people (out of 8500) preferred good night’s sleep over sex.