Here’s Why You Should Wash The Dishes If You Want To Get Laid

A new survey reveals how you can actually turn her on

Korin Miller |

When you want to get something going with your partner, you probably pour some wine, light a few candles, and turn up the charm. While that can be sexy and all, apparently pushing a vacuum around will have the same effect.

That’s the main takeaway from a new LG survey that found women and men both get really turned on when their partner does chores. The results from the survey are kind of mind-blowing and might completely revolutionise the way you try to get laid.

According to the survey, the majority get turned on by their partner doing housework. However, more women are into it than men—57 percent versus 46 percent.

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Nearly 55 percent of women say they would rather have their partner sext them a photo of them doing chores than wearing a bathing suit.

Almost half of people who live with their partner say they’d rather receive a free pass on chores for a month than an expensive gift, and 48 percent of women say they’d rather get a free pass on chores than designer jewelry. Keep that in mind for the holidays.

And if “sorry” isn’t in your vocabulary, know this: Apparently 17 percent of people would rather their partner do chores after a fight than apologize. Speaking of fighting, if you’re really ticked at your partner, skipping out on chores or doing a crappy job at them is a good way to make that known—40 percent of people say they committed “chore revenge” to get back at their S.O.

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But if you’re single, this still applies to you: Nearly 60 percent of people say that they think a person who is good at chores is more likely to be good in bed. Apparently, bragging about your dusting skills should be your next big pickup line.

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