52% of americans tell this lie during the holidays [+12 worst things about going home for the holidays]

52% of americans tell this lie during the holidays [+12 worst things about going home for the holidays]

52% of americans tell this lie during the holidays [+12 worst things about going home for the holidays]

Holiday festivities with family often make for tight sleeping quarters, and 52% of American adults have admitted to inventing excuses “specifically to avoid uncomfortable sleeping arrangements” at relative’s homes, according to a new study. During the holidays, 62% of respondents said they’ve slept on the couch and 44% said they’ve spent the night on the floor in a sleeping bag. 39% said they had been assigned a bed that was uncomfortably small. 13% of adults polled said that they’d been relegated to a child-themed bed, and 7% even said they’ve had to sleep in a tent.

For these reasons, and limited options, 46% of respondents said that figuring out sleeping arrangements are more likely to cause arguments than agreeing on a television program or movie for everyone to watch together.

(12 worst things about going home for the holidays)

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