Being “hangry” leads to an average of four arguments per week, according to a new survey. And the top reasons we get hangry are waiting too long to eat . . . and not eating enough at a meal.
There are plenty of things that can make us angry, but it’s possible that NOTHING is more consistent at making us angry AND mean than being hungry.
According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, being “hangry” leads to an average of four arguments per week.
And here are the top five reasons we get hangry:
- We waited too long to eat.
- We didn’t eat enough at a meal.
- We didn’t like what we ate.
- We’re on a diet.
- We sacrificed something that tastes good for a healthier but much less delicious alternative.