Sunday 7 - Issue #46 | eOpinion

Happy Sunday eOpinion tribe, I hope that you are all looking after yourselves this weekend.

Welcome to issue #46 of the eOpinion Sunday 7.

As always, firstly some housekeeping – here is Friday’s Daily eOpinion if you didn’t get round to it yet.

Now time for the Sunday 7 round-up from this week, enjoy!

Sunday 7 - Issue #46 | eOpinion

1. Morphing into Mum and Dad

A new survey from OnePoll found that half of people believe they are morphing into their own mum or dad.

The top 20 signs you are turning into your parents include nodding off on the sofa, repeating the same jokes – and saving old boxes, tins and bags ‘just in case’.

On average, this transformation happens at precisely 32-and-a-half years of age, talk about the Sunday scaries.

Read more of the signs here.

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2. Shopaholic Sins

The average shopper has 26 items of barely worn clothing worth £200 in their wardrobe, a survey from Stitch Fix UK shows.

Almost two thirds (65%) of people admitted to having at least one item of clothing they’ve never worn.

However, nearly half of us want to buy items we can wear over and over again and the average adult reckons a fifth of their clothes don’t fit.

Read more here

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3. Man U Most Toxic?

Manchester United’s supporters have been voted the most toxic fanbase in an online SPORTbible poll.

SPORTbible first put the question out on social media, then created a poll with the top 4 most commented clubs.

The clubs were Manchester United, Real Madrid, Arsenal and Liverpool.

Click here to see second, third and fourth place.

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4. Teabag Travels

New research from has revealed the home comforts that Brits need when travelling abroad.

The survey found that nearly a third of Brits won’t travel abroad without teabags.

Items like coffee (15.2%) and crisps (9.1%) also proving popular with those travelling abroad.

Other items include chocolate, cereal bars, ketchup, a packet of noodles and marmite.

Well, I guess us Brits are known for our love of tea.

Read more here

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5. M&S is Best

Marks & Spencer has been voted the UK’s favourite in-store supermarket despite a strong showing from discounters Aldi and Lidl as consumers face up to the cost-of-living crisis.

The high street stalwart’s upscale food offering received a customer score of 78% in the annual Which? survey, receiving five stars for store appearance, customer service and the quality of its own-brand and fresh products.

It’s not just any supermarket, it’s a M&S supermarket.

Find out more here

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6. Lots of love for cancelled plans

You know that feeling when a friend cancels weekend plans . . . leaving you with nothing to do . . . and you’re EXCITED about it? That’s not weird. It’s more common than you think.

In a new study by the Idaho Wine Commission, 71% of people said they actually look forward to plans being canceled so they can just stay in.

70% of people agreed that nights in WITH friends are “much-needed therapy sessions.” And a casual night with friends should include things like wine . . . sports . . . and pizza… sounds like my kind of weekend.

Learn more about our weekend plans.

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7. Vivacious Vegans, polled members split equally by meat-eaters, pescatarians, vegans and vegetarians on their bedroom antics to gather whether there is a correlation between the things that we eat and the sex that we have.

The study found that meat-eaters have the least amount of sex compared to their fish and veggie-eating counterparts.

Vegans are the raunchiest lot with a whopping 36% claiming they have sex 5-6 times a week.

Read more here

Thank you for having a read of our Sunday 7. I hope you found it a little bit interesting and entertaining.

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