I learned this week that almost one in five women have ended a relationship because of their other half's gaming or internet habits, (hmm, what habits might those be, I wonder?)
Website myvouchercodes.co.uk quizzed 1,823 UK residents, and four-fifths of the fairer sex revealed their partner dedicated more time to games and the internet than they were happy with.
About 70 per cent claimed the problem has led to verbals, with war-based shoot 'em-up series Call of Duty causing the most arguments.
This brings up painful memories for me, Dear Reader, as my first girlfriend dumped me due to my Pac-Man addiction. I got it down to four hours a day - surely she could have met me halfway?
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