It’s enough to put the brakes on any relationship – five percent of married men say they spent longer looking for a new car than they did while searching for a wife, according to a new survey.
More than one in ten males also told researchers they spent more time deciding what car they should buy than they did choosing names for their own children, or purchasing a new house.
Meanwhile two thirds of women took less than three months to decide their choice of new car, but one in ten said they spent longer searching for a new car than they did searching for their wedding dress.
Sounds just like Thailand, where men spend around two bottles of beer while choosing their lifetime’s partner. (Hillary told me!)