Brits spend more time on social media than in the pub
The average British person will spend more than three years of their life updating social media, a new study has found.
The Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch survey also found that we spend on average eight months laughing, as opposed to 30 hours crying - but five weeks arguing.
And a stereotypical Brit will spend 235 hours waiting in a queue, seven months commuting, and 12 months in the pub - although the data shows that English people will be in their local hostelry for longer than their countryfolk in Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
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