We’ve all been there, haven’t we? We’re cruising to where we’re going when we make a turn that seems ill advised, and we tell the GPS lady to go *$%# herself. Don’t be ashamed. More people than not have sworn at their GPS. And guess who’s more likely to swear, men or women?
According to a new survey by Direct Line car insurance, women are more likely than men to swear while driving.
Nearly HALF of all women . . . 48% . . . admit to cursing behind the wheel. Only 40% of men do. Here are the five things most likely to make us swear:
1.) The GPS: 55% of people who use one say they’ve sworn at it.
2.) Getting cut off by another driver.
3.) People who don’t use their turn signal when turning or changing lanes.
4.) People who talk on their cell phone while driving.
5.) Someone driving slow in the fast lane. This is the ONLY thing that MEN were more likely to swear at than women. 15% of men mentioned it . . . while only 7% of women did.