London: The happiest moments for a human being come when he or she is nine years of age or 68 years old! So says a research study by sweet brand Juicy Drop Pop, reported.

It is clearly wrong to think that the wedding day or the child's birthday are the best times in one's life. The research says the "prime of life" years the 20s and 40s are not when one enjoys life.

A total of 2,000 people between the ages of five and 80 were surveyed. The firm studied the exact points in life where Britons prioritise fun.

Two thirds 64 percent of those aged 68 claimed that having fun was one of the most important driving forces in their lives, a sentiment shared by 80 percent of those aged nine.

Almost three quarters 72 percent of those in their 20s and 40s said having fun did not even register in importance compared to other priorities such as paying off debts and furthering careers.

Almost half the children 47 percent of those surveyed believe their grandparents are far more fun than any other family member.


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