Four out of five men prefer 'women with flaws'
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One man in four also secretly thinks their partner has let themselves go a bit after they settled down into their relationship.
Just four in ten men were confidently able to say that they fully understand their partner.
A puzzled seven in ten said their partner often confuses them with mood swings that they didn't see coming.
However, British men do appreciate their other halves ¿ a quarter admit that they are 'punching above their weight' in relationship terms and 45 per cent would readily admit their partner is the more attractive person.
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