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Survey Lists Top 20 Things That can Make a Woman Happy

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on February 16, 2015 at 5:26 PM
 Survey Lists Top 20 Things That can Make a Woman Happy

A new survey has revealed that going on a holiday, getting a freebie, winning an argument with customer services, dodging parking tickets, eating cake and flirting with a stranger are some of the things among the top 20 list of everyday pleasures that can make a woman's day. The survey was commissioned by vitamin firm Nature's Way Alive!

Going on holiday took the lead spot, with 41 percent of women saying travel plans got them excited well ahead of having sex, which was chosen by only 26 percent women. Getting freebies were rated by 18 percent of women followed by cake, 8 percent, victories over customer services, 5 percent, and dodging a parking ticket, 1 percent. 5 percent of women admitted that flirting with strangers made them feel most alive, while 2 percent said they enjoyed cheeky banter with work colleagues.


Bex Bradburn of the survey firm said that these simple day-to-day activities could make women feel the most alive. The study also revealed the 20 things that can make women most unhappy.

Source: Medindia
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