London: Rudeness is the most common reason for a fall out, a survey has claimed. According to the poll, 31 percent have had a serious row with their other half in the last five years - 33 percent of women and 30 percent of men, a daily reported.

About 22 percent had a fall out with a pal in the same period and 17 percent with a co-worker.

Parents got angry with their children and vice versa, although 14 percent admitted arguing with their mom compared to just eight percent who argued with their dad.

The survey of 1,000 people by car insurance giant Esure also found that nine percent had clashed with another motorist.

Among under-30s, 24 percent said that they argue with people more now, compared to eight percent of the over-60s.

Other causes which led to the fall out included noisy people, which made 16 percent lose their temper, while 11 percent were angered by a neighbour who blocked their driveway.

Only 35 percent reported that they had not fallen out with anyone in the last five years.


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