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Lockdowns from the COVID-19 pandemic have brought those we live with closer together. The non-scientific survey of 2,000 Americans shows the average American now has six conversations a month with their partner while one of them is on the toilet.  At a time when we can all use a little more “me time,” 64% said they’re breaking such toilet taboos because of their new lockdown living situations.

Seventy percent of those polled say they took a bath in front of their partner for the first time after the pandemic started; 30% copped to doing “number 1” in their company; 25% admitted to having their partner around when they’re doing “number 2.”

However, just because it is happening, doesn’t mean both parties are cool with it: 31% say while they’re comfortable chatting while they’re on the commode, their partner isn’t cool with it.

TOP BATHROOM BOUNDARIES BROKEN DURING THE PANDEMIC … According to a new survey of 2,000 people by One Poll

Taking a bath 70%

Washing face 68%

Showering 68%

Peeing 30%

Flossing 29%

Brushing teeth 28%

Pooping 25%

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