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Sarah’s Day and Kurt: What gives them the ‘ick’ after two years of marriage: Biggest turn offs

Fitness star and her husband confess what gives them the ‘ick’ about each other after two years of marriage – as Aussie women confess their VERY specific relationship turn-offs

  • A married couple from Sydney shared what gave them the ick about each other
  • Popular health and fitness influencer Sarah’s Day revealed an ‘ick list’
  • The list included beard scratching, inability to multitask, and booger balls
  • Her husband was sick of her excessive stuff, television habits, and farting

A popular health and fitness blogger shared what gives her the ‘ick’ after two years of marriage – and her husband returned the favour.

Sarah Stevenson, from Sydney, posted a TikTok on her account ‘Sarah’s Day’ with her husband Kurt sharing the top three annoying and infuriating habits the other person has.

‘We’ve been married for two years and this is what gives us the ick about each other,’ Sarah said at the start of her video.

An ‘ick’ is a trait that leads to someone being immediately turned off and unattracted to another; they’re usually oddly specific.

Sarah [right], who blogs under the name Sarah’s Day, posted a TikTok with her husband Kurt [centre] sharing the top three annoying and infuriating habits the other person has

A popular health and fitness blogger shared what gives her the 'ick' after two years of marriage - and her husband returned the favour

A popular health and fitness blogger shared what gives her the ‘ick’ after two years of marriage – and her husband returned the favour

Aussie women confess their biggest relationship icks

Sarah started with something fairly inoffensive – the sound Kurt makes when he scratches his beard.

‘The way you always scratch your beard when you’re contemplating something – the sound – it’s a big one for me,’ she said.

She also took issue with several of Kurt’s driving habits. 

‘Secondly, you can’t talk and drive at the same time – you cannot multitask,’ she said.

The influencer then turned to her viewers and revealed: ‘If we’re driving and I ask him what we should have for dinner, he will stop before he can answer my question.’

An 'ick' is a trait that counts as an immediate turn off and makes you less attracted to a person

Sarah started with something fairly inoffensive - the sound Kurt makes when he scratches his beard

An ‘ick’ is generally defined as a trait that counts as an immediate turn off and makes you less attracted to a person

Seven ‘just not that into you’ relationship red flags 

* Spending a lot of time on their phone

* Never making plans to meet

* Never asking questions about you or your life

* Avoiding introducing you to friends 

* Always saying they are busy 

* Failure to hold eye contact

* A niggling doubt or gut feeling that something isn’t quite right 

The mum-of-two also could not stand how her husband had to stop at every pedestrian crossing, no matter how empty the roads were.

‘At every pedestrian crossing – even if there’s no one – even if we’re in a desert town, he’ll stop,’ she said. ‘It’s safe but it’s really annoying.’

Lastly, Sarah was ‘grossed out’ by Kurt’s unsanitary practice in her car.

‘Every time you drive my car you pick your nose and flick a booger ball onto the floor,’ she said. ‘You don’t even have the curtesy of flicking it out the window – it’s always on the floor of my car.’ 

The mum-of-two also could not stand how her husband had to stop at every pedestrian crossing, no matter how empty the roads were

The mum-of-two also could not stand how her husband had to stop at every pedestrian crossing, no matter how empty the roads were

On the other hand, Kurt was generous when it came to revealing which of his wife's habits bothered him

On the other hand, Kurt was generous when it came to revealing which of his wife’s habits bothered him

On the other hand, Kurt was generous when it came to revealing which of his wife’s habits bothered him.

‘I hate it when you ask me to get your keys from your bag because there are about eight bags, and in every single one of those bags there are way too many items!’

His wife’s television habits were also difficult to deal with.

‘Every time we watch a female show like The Kardashians or something like that – Sarah decides she has to get angry at me if I scroll on my phone,’ he revealed angrily.

Kurt added, ‘It’s a boring show! I don’t want to watch it.’

The entrepreneur’s final ick was hilariously telling.

‘Most nights our bedroom smells like a gas chamber … and it’s not because of me.’

Thousands thanked the couple for their ‘open’ and ‘honest’ portrayal of how married couples can still annoy each other and have it be responded to in a healthy way.

‘I like that the both of you can poke fun at each other,’ a woman said. 

Another added, ‘This is so funny and relatable!’ 



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