Sex is a deeply intimate activity. Accidents in sex often skip past embarassing and land on mortifying. The act of sex itself amplifies the subsequent shame of otherwise ordinary actions. That is, unless, you’re in a long-term relationship and things like farting around your partner have become the norm.

Well, friends, it would appear that these mortifying instances aren’t all that bad. “Killing the Mood,” a new study from online retailer SuperDrug explored the bedroom blunders of 2,000 participants from America and Europe. People’s most intimate and embarrassing sexual mishaps are excruciatingly relatable.

The most common mishap, researchers found, was getting a mid-bang muscle cramp (13 percent), followed closely by premature ejaculation (11 percent). Leaving a window open before getting down to business embarassed 11 percent of respondents, which seems more like an inconvenient oversight than it does an embarrassing mishap. Being walked in on received seven percent of the total vote, followed by spilling something, falling off a bed or couch, breaking a bed frame and bending someone’s penis the wrong way. All of those accrued roughly six percent of the total vote each.
As someone who’s personally fractured his penis, here’s a quick PSA: be very careful in reverse doggystyle or steer clear of the position altogether. The sound, the pain and the look of the injury is a thing of nightmares.

Among the more common sexual mishaps, things like farting and burping during sex, which received five and four percent respectively, garnered the lowest amount of complaints from participants. We all do it.

Among Americans, the most common sex-related mishap was the dreaded muscle cramp. The good thing is, however, that these cramps can be easily remedied and avoided. Just stretch and keep hydrated.

Our nation’s greatest dealbreaker was being called the wrong name amidst the throes of passion. This was found more damning than all other options, which included, “If someone peed a little”, “If someone farted loudly” and, “If someone spilled something”. Respondents from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, France and Belgium all agreed. This means, wherever you go, you have to know your partner’s name.

One surprising finding was that the women surveyed would love it if a man introduced a food item into the bedroom. This was actually the second most appealing request for men as well, only topped by filming sex itself.

As for which food should be brought into the bedroom, the survey doesn’t say. But experts recommend sushi, chocolate truffles, warmed figs, honey and whipped cream. Unfortunately, no list ever recommended pizza, so I will. Try pizza. Or, if you’re a Seinfeld fan, bring a sandwich into the bedroom. Why not? Maybe it’s funny.