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New Study: Female Friends Over Husband

There was a recent survey by the UK Bingo Site Paddy Power Bingo. It found that more than four in 10 women would rather spend time with their girlfriends than their husband.

Why? It seems that there are a variety of reasons, according to the survey.

The survey found that a third of the women felt it was easier to talk about serious issues with other women, rather than men. Also, about 25% said that they feel like their female friends understand the real them. Finally, one in five women even admitted that they thought their female friends were more interested in their hobbies and what they do.

An inventive 22% of the 2000 women polled said that they would even pay for a service that removed their husband from the house for a few hours.

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