Aged regret not having had more sex
BRITISH pensioners regret not having had more sex while younger, while 20-somethings wish they'd got on the property ladder earlier, according to a survey today.
The generational study questioned 1500 Britons over 65 and the same number aged between 20-29 and asked them their top 10 wishes if they could turn back the clock.
70 per cent of the pensioners said they wished they'd had more sex, with 57 percent regretting they had not travelled more.
Four out of 10 regretted not saving more for their retirement.
Of the younger respondents, 77 per cent wished they had bought their first home earlier, with 56 per cent regretting "wasting" their money on socialising and drinking.
The poll, commissioned by television channel UKTV Gold, found 23 per cent of those in their 20s would have liked to have slept with fewer partners.
The findings also revealed that 21 per cent of OAPs wish they had married someone else.