Ever wonder what your significant other is doing behind the shower curtain? Curious as to why women consistently take longer showers than men? Whether the toilet seat is left up or down or the toothpaste cap is left on or off -- the differences between men and women’s bathroom habits are undeniable.
A recent “Behind the Shower Curtain” study by Water Pik Inc. took a peek at how men and women spend their time in the bathroom, what they value most about their behind-the-curtain experience and the nuances between each gender’s bathroom behaviors. Findings reveal that while a gender divide may exist -- knowledge can be powerful when it comes to conquering bathroom discrepancies between men and women.
The survey’s steamiest findings include:
* If you thought women were notorious for using all the hot water -- think again. On average, men shower only two minutes less than women (14 minutes for women vs. 12 minutes for men).
* While women use shower time to contemplate chores, problems and weight, men spend their shower time thinking about work, sex and day dreams.
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