They say that the best way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. Which doesn’t work anatomically . . . but it looks good in a meme. And if that’s the case, maybe we shouldn’t spend so much time arguing about food.
In a new poll, 45% of couples say they argue about where to go out to eat. And that’s probably conservative. A while back I heard that the average couple argues 156 times a year over where to order dinner from.
Does this sound familiar? hahaha I know my wife and I can never get on the same page where to go for dinner. Maybe you and your significant other have these same arguments in common with other couples have about food:
Biggest Gripes amongst couples
My partner doesn’t cook as often as I’d like them to . . . 42%.
One of us followed a recipe incorrectly . . . 42%.
What to cook for dinner . . . 35%.
What groceries to buy . . . 37%.
What the grocery budget should be . . . 20%.
Who should cook dinner . . . 10%.
And 43% of people say they’ve dumped someone because they were a bad cook.