There's an old saying that people should avoid talking about religion and politics at the dinner table . . . because it makes other people uncomfortable.
--But according to a new study out of the U.K., there are seven things we like talking about even LESS. Although most of them have to do with either sex or money.
--Here are the 10 topics we don't like discussing, and the percentage of people who are uncomfortable talking about them.
#1.) Our sex lives: 32% said they were uncomfortable discussing it.
#2.) Our infidelity: 31%.
#3.) The state of our finances: 28%.
#4.) Our salary: 25%.
#5.) Family planning: As in, "When are you going to have a baby?" 19%.
#6.) Our relationship with our current partner: 18%.
#7.) The value of our home: 16%.
#8.) Politics: 13%.
#9.) Serious illness: 9%.
#10.) Religion: 7%.