Josh Martin

Honey, What’s That Noise!
Honey, What’s That Noise!

Who gets that ever-so-fun task of checking on the strange noise heard in the wee hours of the morning at your house? A new survey from a security company finds that one-in-five men say they’d be happy to send their wife downstairs to investigate a suspicious noise at night, and a quarter of men admitted to pretending to stay asleep after hearing a strange noise! Wow, a true knight in shining armour (add heavy amounts of sarcasm). Two-thousand adults were surveyed, and one-fifth of men estimated that their wives were braver than they are! 44-percent of women and 28-percent of men admit to often lying in bed worrying they forgot to lock one lock. Two-thirds of women and just over half of men said they have a nightly routine which involves them checking all door and window locks. Ladies, you may want to have this discussion with your man now, before a noise does occur, and your the one getting kicked out of bed to check it out!

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