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Peak-boring, the day you’re no longer cool
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Peak-boring, the day you’re no longer cool. According to research done by AirBnB Experiences the age where we reach peak-boring is 39 for men and 35 for women.

Are you boring? Here’s their checklist.

Those in their 30s are less likely to…

  • Stay out until the wee hours on a school night
  • Try a new hobby
  • Go out of the way to make new friends
  • Book a spontaneous holiday
  • Learn a new skill
  • Visit a friend unannounced
  • Change jobs
  • Go on a spontaneous shopping trip
  • Ask someone out
  • Try out a new sport

What’s your peak-dullness age? Everyone freaks out about reaching 40. I always say 36 is the worst. In most cases you get to tick the next box 36-50 when asked your age. Then you rethink that at 60 because you tick 60+. There’s no more boxes after that.

On the positive side, research discovered that over 50s were 22 per cent more likely to book a spontaneous holiday and 11 per cent more likely to go for an expensive meal out!

For more check out AirBnB Experiences .


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