Revealed: The things Doncaster people loveÂ about being single '“Â and how long they leave before their next relationship
Single people in Doncaster love having the bed to themselves, watching whatever they want on TV '“Â and found that on average, people wait more than two years before moving onto their next relationship.
According to new research, being able to spread out in bed was the best thing about being single, followed by having the choice to watch exactly what want, when they want on TV. Â Eating whatever and whenever scored highly '“Â closely followed by skipping social events you don't want to go to, like family gatherings. Â READ MORE: Sex survey reveals more than 400 people in Doncaster cheating on their partner Â And Doncaster single folk also like being able to spend all their money on themselves, according to the study. Â Greetings card retailer,Â Love Layla Designs, conductedÂ research around how long Brits stay single for in-between relationships and what the ultimate top five BEST things about being single are.Â Â READ MORE: Low life satisfaction for Doncaster people, report reveals Â The survey also found that on average, Brits spend two years and 7 months being single before moving onto their next relationship. Â It appears that the majority of the population are '˜relationship people', with more than half (51%) staying single for less than one year before they move on to their next relationship. Â Despite our keenness to start the next chapter of our love lives, research suggests that there are amazing benefits that come with beingÂ single,Â and that taking time out to work on yourself in between relationships is healthy rather than rushing quickly into a new relationship shortly after a break-up. Â READ MORE: Doncaster people have the best sex in the UK, according to new survey
Lifestyle blogger and Youtuber,Â xameliaxÂ agrees, saying: 'Being single is ace - you have all the freedom in the world and you don't have to share your food with anyone!'
Although men and women are in agreement on the top five answers, the stats show that men are more than twice as likely to celebrate '˜being able to flirt with other people' than women (29% vs 20%).
Even more shocking is that men are also more than twice as likely to prefer being single because it means they can '˜sleep with whoever they want' (29% vs. 12%).
Discussing the results, mentor and life coach, Lynn Anderton says: "I love my single life becauseÂ basicallyÂ I can do what I want when I want, I miss aspects of being in a relationship such as affection but I like having the freedom to be myself and be with friends and I get the remote control all to myself".
Commenting on the research, Director and Co-Founder at Love Layla Designs, Stacey Dennis, said: 'Often when people mention being single, they're perceived to be lonely, lurking on online dating platforms on the hunt for a date, whilst those in relationships are labelled as '˜settled down' and content.
'Yet, we've seen a huge increase in the number ofÂ divorceÂ and break up cards, suggesting that it's not always a bad thing and the freedom really is something to celebrate!'