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How many days you will spend having sex, cleaning and commuting revealed in quiz

Are you using your time wisely?

Kashmira Gander
Thursday 31 December 2015 14:27
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You have just over 30,000 days to spend on Earth – if you looked back at the end of your life, would you be happy with how you spent that time?

When the daily grind gets us down, many of us pledge to leave work on time more often, put down our smartphones and spend longer doing the things we love, but such promises are often quickly forgotten.

So, would seeing your life laid out in front of you be the kick start you need to change?

A new tool has now made it easy for people to pinpoint just how much of their lives they are spending on different activities: starkly showing exactly how were are whiling away our days.

A snapshot of the quiz which can unpick how you will spend your life

The interactive quiz created by the WatchShop calculates how long you will spend doing daily tasks such as commuting, working, sleeping, showering and cleaning.

It also measures the more pleasurable aspects of like, including having sex, drinking and having a chat about the weather.

The tool works by churning up information users give about their lives, and applying this to the average 83-year lifespan.

Questions can be skipped by clicking the “None of your business” option.

Users can then compare their stats to how the average Briton spent 2015, using data collected from the 1,300 people who have taken the quiz in the UK.

The results showed that men spent four days cleaning, 24 commuting, 80 sleeping, 3 having sex, 8 drinking, 7 exercising, 18 showering and 12 talking about the weather, Mail Online reported.

Women, on the other hand, will apparently get a rougher deal on average, by spending 6 days cleaning, 24 commuting, 66 sleeping, 6 drinking, 4 exercising, 23 showering, and 19 talking about the weather.

However, they will spend one extra day having sex than men, according to the data.

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