The Best and Worst Days to Break Up
If things are not going so great in your relationship look out. You could be hearing the ‘bye-bye’ in the next 10 days. David McCandless, a British journalist polled 10,000 Facebook status updates for the words “break up” or “broken up” and then graphed the results.
Here are the five most likely times for breaking up:
Two weeks before Christmas – Why spend a lot of money on someone you don’t really like?
After Valentine’s Day – The heart and soul of a relationship is revealed and you may just find that the relationship isn’t worth continuing.
The weeks leading up to spring break – A week of fun at the beach without a ball and chain is too appealing.
April Fool’s Day – Only sick people would break up on this day.
Mondays are the most likely day of the week to end relationships.
The least likely times to break up:
- Christmas Day