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Football First, Sex Second for Croats

CroatiaBad news for Croatian women just days before the start of the month-long football World Cup in Brazil, with the results of a survey indicating that Croatian men prefer to watch an important football match on TV than have sex with their wives…

The survey, conducted by agency Ipsos Puls, asked more than 200 married men across Croatia between the ages of 30 and 50, if they would rather watch a final of a football match on TV or have sex with their wives, with 88% preferring the football. Around 50% of those surveyed said the best way to watch a match on TV was at home with friends. 30% of those surveyed had two televisions in the house, which helped them keep the peace, especially during the busy World Cup period. (pic: Facebook)

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