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HINCH EFFECT: 6 in 10 Brits Would Rather Do Chores Than Have Sex

  • The household chore that Brits dread the most is cleaning the toiletwith 61% voting this as their least favouriteto do
  • The household chore that Brits feel the most satisfied after completing is making the bed with a whopping 89%of votes
  • When asked if the same satisfaction experienced with household chores was better than sex, 59% of participants agreed it was

Thanks to the Queen of Clean herself, Mrs Hinch, it seems even more Brits are turning to cleaning and organising as a way to seek satisfaction. 

But what feels better? Sex or completing household chores?

This inspiredHeatingForce.co.ukto find out what chores Brits found the most satisfying after completing and compared them to everyday things we do for pleasure.

To do this, HeatingForce.co.uk surveyed 3,234 participants and asked them, out of the 15 common household chores, which ones they dreaded doing the most and which chores they felt the most satisfied after completing.

THE RESULTS

Most Satisfying Chores Brits Hate Doing

The household chore that Brits feel the most satisfied after completing is making the bed with a whopping 89%agreeing that the feeling of their bed being made compares to no other.

Although more than half of respondents voted this chore as one they dread doing, in second placeischanging the bedsheet with 74% of participants agreeing that there is no better feeling than sliding into a bed with clean sheets.

Ranking third with a satisfied 71% is tidying up. Thereafter in fourth place is washing up (70%) and in fifth place is doing the laundry with 68%.

The household chore that Brits dread the most is cleaning the toilet with 61%, with only 38% voting they feel better after the chore… something a ‘Tik Tok cleaning hack’ can’t fix. 

Better than…

When the participants were asked if the satisfactory feeling they get when they complete eachhousehold taskwas better than sex, 59% collectively agreed it was.

When asked if the satisfactory feeling was better than watching TV, 61% of participants agreed it was.

When asked if the satisfactory feeling was better than shopping, only 49% agreed itwas.

Mirela Sula is the CEO and Founder of Global Woman Magazine and Global Woman Club. Mirela has worked in media and education for the last 20 years and has a speaking experience from all around the world. Her background is in psychology and counseling, journalism, teaching, coaching, women’s rights, and media training. Mirela is also the organiser of the Global Woman Summit and Global Woman Awards. She has appeared on Channel 5, London Live TV, BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour, Sky TV and has also been featured in the 'Evening Standard', 'The Guardian', “Marie Claire” etc. She is best selling author and has helped more than 100 women to publish their books. It was in 2014 Mirela created Migrant Woman Talks, a platform for women to share their stories and experience of life in a new country. By the end of 2019 Mirela had created more than 25 Global Woman Clubs for women all over the world, and she has helped hundreds of women to unlock their potential, start their business and take it Global! Mirela has received many awards for her work, including the ‘Inspirational Award for Women 2015’ for Human Rights, the ‘Best Up-And-Coming Inspirational Influencer’ Award from The Best You, in 2017 and the Universum Donna Award 2017 from the Universum Academy of Switzerland. Mirela is passionate about empowering women worldwide and always stands up for inclusion, diversity, gender balance and supporting the next generation. Her mission is to create a global movement to improve the future for women, by economically empowering each woman.

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