If you don’t have a pain now, you will in the next 3 days
The average Briton suffers from 9,672 minor injuries over the course of a 78-year lifespan.
A yearlong study from Great Britain found an individual has at least one cut, ache, sprain or other minor ailment at any time; and if is not present, something will likely happen in the next three days. In a single year, the average Briton was found to cut themselves at least twice while shaving, get one electric shock and three paper cuts, among other minor mishaps.
The data suggested each citizen would suffer 9,672 ailments over the course of a 78-year life span.