It’s hard to get out of bed on a normal day.  It’s damn near impossible when it’s FREEZING COLD.

According to a new survey, published in The Independent, we’ll spend an extra 24 HOURS in bed in the winter.  That’s right:  An entire day out of the year will go toward you hiding under the blanket.

That’s based on spending an extra 16 minutes a day in bed for 90 days.  Which . . . yeah, sounds about right.

The survey also found that the average person is late to work seven times during the winter . . . and one in five have taken a sick day at some point rather than go outside into the cold.

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