Four in five women have confessed to finding certain behaviour of their husband irritating, a new UK survey has revealed.
The study, which found that women are more irritable in marriage than men, asked more than 800 women who were over 50s.
Women are far more annoyed with their men than the other way around, the research by Saga, the insurance and travel provider for the over 50s, shows, reports the Telegraph.
Men are more forgiving, with four in ten finding nothing irritating about their spouse, according to the study.
In total, only one in five people said that nothing irritates them about their spouse.
Emma Soames, Saga Magazine Editor-at-large, said: "This survey celebrates the differences between men and women.
"Christmas time is one of the few periods throughout the year when married couples spend a lot of time together."