1 in 3 women believe men have more fun than they do
Cyndi Lauper's classic disco 'Girl's Just Wanna Have Fun' was a hit, but it is now revealed that it is actually men who have more fun.
Because of busy work schedules and the pressures of raising a family, women are finding it harder to enjoy their social life.
In a new study, a third of women has admitted being 'a bit boring' after getting stuck in a rut in their work and social lives while they are they convinced that men are having a better time, the Daily mail reported.
Many women believe men have more fun than they do, with three quarters saying it is because partners have 'less responsibility in the home' and over half believing it's down to men caring less about what others think of them.
And 39 per cent say men are more joyful, simply because they have busier social lives, the research by bingo website Jackpotjoy revealed.
But for some women it's their personality that prevent them from enjoying their life, as some women in the study has admitted that they are just too shy to get the party started.
Only one in seven women claim to take the lead as an 'extrovert' or 'instigator of fun'.
Furthermore, just five per cent of women say they make themselves laugh most, while a third say their husband or boyfriend is most likely to make them giggle.
On the other hand a quarter of British men view themselves as fun-loving extroverts and eleven per cent even insist they make themselves laugh more than anyone else.
"Women feel they are still shouldering more of the household responsibilities, giving them less time to step back and have fun," the paper quoted Consultant psychologist Anjula Mutanda as saying.
"Couples need to stop psychologically dividing household tasks into men's and women's work and adopt a more 50/50 approach," she stated.
The research also found that men dominate lists of people we think are most fun and who make us laugh.