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Zillow Digs surveyed homeowners from around the country to find which popular DIY home improvement projects people regretted the most and least.
Athletes also regretted not being more sociable, not meeting more people and being "too closed off.
Steven Gerrard admits he may regret turning down the chance to join Real Madrid - but would have regretted leaving Liverpool even more.
The midfielder will captain Liverpool tonight in the Champions League against Real Madrid, and he says although he may regret not moving to the Bernabeu, he would have regretted leaving Liverpool even more, Independent reported.
Clarke said that he had no regret about being extremely honest with Anderson, but regretted that everybody heard it, and accepted that it was not a good example to set to aspiring cricketers or youngsters.
Women, however, more frequently regretted picking the wrong person as a sexual partner.
I once had a friend who regretted virtually everything she did, right down to the selection of the restaurant as soon as the check came.
In his response, Asif Yasin Malik regretted for not holding the local bodies elections in the cantonment board areas despite court orders.
Unlike his dad Mike, who regretted his own decision of choosing education over sport, the younger Querrey chose sport and a few years down the line has no regrets.
While 62% regretted getting wed, the most popular reason for having a downer on marriage was the loss of freedom, while a quarter of those surveyed said they missed being able to flirt with strangers.
Dr Sarah Brewer, medical adviser to Electric Zebra, said it was no surprise 64per cent of smokers regretted ever starting.