In a resurfaced survey from 2018, results show that out of 1,000 British men, on average, spend 7 hours a year in the toilet for the specific reason of hiding from their families.
The results also state that 25% of men “don’t know how they’d cope” with the trials and tribulations of being at home without the bathroom rest bite, and 23% called the bathroom their “safe place.”
“It’s very much a sanctuary, somewhere we can cut ourselves off from the outside world, albeit just temporarily,”
1/3 of the dads surveyed admitted to using the bathroom as a hideaway for having some “quiet time” and, “when their other half is ‘nagging’ them and to avoid the children.”
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Peace and quiet are considered sacred to both mums and dads but clearly men take the opportunity to get this where they can — usually in the toilet.
But is this just a dad thing?
1,000 mums were also polled, with 20% reporting that they also use the bathroom as an escape. Although, unsurprisingly, 72% of mums also say that they’re the ones who keep it clean on a regular basis.
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The survey also turned out that 10% of households have adopted a “do not disturb” rule in regards to ‘toilet time’… but 85% of those rule-setters still get interrupted during it.
So it turns out that 7 hours of hiding in the toilet a year is actually just 15% of the intended mini-getaway’ for many dads…
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