23.2 C
Ljubljana
četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Men and women agree on biggest bedroom turn off as they share what not to do

Your bedroom can have a big impact on your chances of getting lucky – so make sure you get it right.

Taking a partner back to your bedroom for the first time can be a daunting experience for you both. 

As your key goes into the lock of your front door, your head swirls with all the possible embarrassing things you may have left on show. 

A new survey asked 2,000 single Brits which items or decorations would be the biggest turn off when entering someone else’s room for the first time – and surprisingly the biggest no-no was the same for men and women.

Both agreed that being faced with nude posters or pornography would be unacceptable, although women were more adverse with almost half putting it top compared to 22% of men.

 

Read MORE

 

Share

Latest news

The EU wants to “homogenise” Europe’s cultural diversity

By Mariann Őry The European Commission deliberately looks the other way when it comes to national minorities, and there is a political motive behind this,...

Slovenian and Hungarian ministers discuss security, migration

By: P.T., STA The home affairs ministers of Slovenia and Hungary, Aleš Hojs and Sandor Pinter, met in Celje on Wednesday on the sidelines...

Entrepreneurs laud work of commercial diplomacy

By: J.S., STA Business executives and entrepreneurs taking part in debate at the 10th Day of Commercial Diplomacy at the International Trade Fair in Celje...

Slovenia part of new UNESCO five-country biosphere reserve

By: P.T.,STA UNESCO, the United Nations educational scientific and cultural organisation, has formally declared a biosphere reserve spanning the Mura, Drava and Danube rivers,...

Related news

Slovenia part of new UNESCO five-country biosphere reserve

By: P.T.,STA UNESCO, the United Nations educational scientific and cultural organisation, has formally declared a biosphere reserve spanning the Mura, Drava and Danube rivers,...

Best of Slovenia’s contemporary dance on show in Ljubljana

By: P.T., STA The best of Slovenia's contemporary dance production over the past two years will be showcased at the 10th Gibanica biennial in Ljubljana,...

Globetrotter Alma M. Karlin in focus of Vienna exhibition

By: J.S., STA An exhibition on Alma M. Karlin (1889-1950) will open today at the Weltmuseum Wien, shedding light on the life and work of...

Cavers break over 1,000 metres deep

By: J.S., STA Cavers from the Ljubljana Cave Exploration Association have surpassed a depth of 1,000 metres in a cave under the highland glacial karst...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share