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How Much of Your Life is Spent Doing Mundane Things

We've all heard the statistics about how much of our lives are spent doing mundane things, like watching TV or eating. For example, based on an average life expectancy of 74.3 years, here's how much time you'll waste in your life:

  • Applying deodorant -- 3 days, 8 hours
  • Urinating -- 29 days, 5 hours
  • Pooping -- 3 months, 8 days
  • Blowing your nose -- 6 days, 2 hours
  • On hold -- 2 months, 2 days
  • Waiting for a computer to boot up -- 16 days, 6 hours
  • Grocery shopping -- 10 months, 17 days
  • Eating at McDonald's -- 6 days, 10 hours
  • Driving your car to work -- 8 months, 1 day
  • Breaking wind -- 2 days, 6 hours
  • Opening junk mail -- 8 months
  • Waiting to see doctors -- 64 hours

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