BT found that four in ten customers thought that planning the
happiest day of their lives was more stressful than their day
The telecommunication giant discovered the interesting statistic
after asking customers as to what they wanted to happen next in the
Adam and Jane saga.
The Adam and Jane tale has been told through a succession of
advert come soaps since 2005 that have captured the country's
Four hundred thousand votes poured in to decide the next step in
the relationship. These where used to direct the down to earth,
modern couple through countless relationship landmarks.
BT asked Adam and Jane fans what they wanted the characters to
do next, from choosing the style of Jane's wedding dress to what
they should name their child.
It has shown each step in the pair's relationship both aided
throughout by the use of BTs' technologies.
Also, somewhat surprisingly, the research revealed that the
biggest worry for both men and women was finalising the guests
seating plan for the wedding breakfast.
Furthermore the poll discovered that it wasn't just the day job
that was stressing people out, with over a quarter finding it more
troubling to wed than moving house.
On Saturday the 23rd of April, the Adam and Jane saga will come
to an end as they finally will tie the knot.