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What is the average time someone spends on the toilet?

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The average person spends 1 to 1.5 years on the toilet. The time per week spent on the toilet is estimated at an hour and 20 minutes to an hour and 45 minutes.

According to the Crimson, the estimated time that an average person spends on the toilet during his or her lifetime is 525,600 minutes, the number of minutes in a year. Other research done in the United Kingdom in April 2014 found that an average person spends 1.5 years in the bathroom. The amount of time per week spent on the toilet is different for men and women. Men average an hour and 45 minutes per week on the toilet, whereas women average an hour and 20 minutes per week. However, women spend more time in the bathroom than men overall; it is estimated that women average 1 year, 7 months, and 15 days in the bathroom during their lifetimes.


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