Two in three angry Britons have fallen out with a friend, relative or neighbour at least once in the past five years, claims a recent survey.
The poll found that 31 per cent of respondents have had a serious row with their other half in the last five years (33 per cent of women and 30 per cent of men). About 22 per cent of the respondents had a fall out with a pal in the same period whereas 17 per cent with a co-worker. Only 35 per cent had not fallen out with anyone in the last five years.
In a parent-children relationship, it was found that parents got angry with their children and vice versa. However, 14 per cent admitted to arguing with their mom as compared to just eight per cent who argued with their dad. Another survey of 1,000 people by car insurance giant Esure suggested that nine per cent had clashed with other motorist.
Noisy people were another main reason for fall out, making 16 per cent lose their temper while 11 per cent were angered by a neighbour who blocked their driveway.
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