Men Spend More Time Gossiping Than Women, Says New Study

Men are bigger gossips than women, according to a new research has sighted.

The study which was conducted by global research company found that on the average, men spend 76 minutes a day gossiping with their friends or work colleagues, compared to just 52 minutes for women.

The study suggested that men have favourite topics they chat about which include the antics of drunken friends, old school friends, and the most attractive girl at work.

It added that men also enjoyed talking about politics, rumours about possible relationships in the office or the boss, promotions, sex well as salaries.

Women, on the other hand were more likely to complain about other women, other people’s sex lives or their own friend’s weight gain.

They also love to discuss soap operas and controversial news about their favourite celebrities. And wait… for women any type of relationship is up for discussion – whether it is their own, their friends, their friends’ friends or even their bond with their mother-in-law.


More than half of women admit they regularly discussed the ins and outs of their private lives with their friends.

The study pronounced that men’s discussions are more often influenced by what is happening at work but women were more inclined to take note of celebrity lifestyles, soap gossip and other people.



Editor’s Note: Written with extra documents from Telegraph, UK (March 2009)


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