Days of Our Life wasted on this:

 

 

Would you think twice about performing those small daily tasks if you knew just how many days, months even, they were taking up of your life? From things as simple as applying deodorant and opening junk mail. are cutting down your days. These numbers are based off an average life expectancy of 74.3 years:

  • Applying deodorant– 3 days, 8 hours
  • Urinating– 29 days, 5 hours\
  • Pooping–3 months, 8 days
  • Blowing your nose– 6 days, 2 hours
  • On hold–2 months, 2 days
  • waiting for a computer to boot up–16 days, 6 hours
  • Grocery Shopping– 10 months, 17 days
  • Eating at McDonald’s–6 days, 10 hours
  • Driving Your car to work– 8 months, 1 day
  • Breaking Wind– 2 days, 6 hours
  • opening your junk mail– 8 months
  • Waiting to see your doctor– 64 hours