Taylor Lautner & Wife Tay Reveal Their Biggest Pet Peeves About Each Other (Exclusive)


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Taylor Lautner and Taylor Lautner (née Dome) know exactly what gets on each other’s nerves — specifically which household habits can bug them from time to time. During the pair’s exclusive video interview with News47.us, the Home Team actor, 32, and the registered nurse, 27, revealed their biggest pet peeves about one other while promoting their STEM™ partnership and the new STEM Attracts & Traps Flying Insects Light Trap.

“Tay’s a very organized, clean person, and I’m … not so much,” Taylor pointed out, before Tay noted that her husband has “gotten better” with his habits over time. Tay went on to explain that she is “just very clean and [needs] things organized,” adding that this is “just how [her] brain prefers things.”

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Despite having different cleaning habits, Tay noted that she “can’t be mad” at the Twilight actor because, “Taylor just doesn’t really see it, which I’ve learned isn’t him ignoring it.”

Taylor also made sure to note his biggest pet peeve about Tay: toilet paper. “I like the toilet paper hung a certain way — it goes over the top, not under,” he said while the two shared a laugh.

Despite the occasional complaints about their at-home habits, the spouses have been happily married since 2022.

“Tay and I have been together for seven years now, nearly two years of marriage, and we had little bugs about each other that we certainly worked through,” he pointed out, before explaining his and Tay’s latest partnership. “But something that STEM is familiar with are bugs, and we have used [the] STEM [Light Trap] is our house before this partnership. … It is the most simple device. It’s just a sticky cartridge with a UV blue light that you stick into your wall.”

The brand conducted a survey which proved that having insects and other bugs around the house can exacerbate feelings of annoyance between partners. Fifty-two percent of respondents even agreed that they are more likely to feel bugged by their partner while they’re in the presence of bugs in their home.

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Taylor Lautner and Taylor Lautner (née Dome) know exactly what gets on each other’s nerves — specifically which household habits can bug them from time to time. During the pair’s exclusive video interview with News47.us, the Home Team actor, 32, and the registered nurse, 27, revealed their biggest pet peeves about one other while promoting their STEM™ partnership and the new STEM Attracts & Traps Flying Insects Light Trap.

“Tay’s a very organized, clean person, and I’m … not so much,” Taylor pointed out, before Tay noted that her husband has “gotten better” with his habits over time. Tay went on to explain that she is “just very clean and [needs] things organized,” adding that this is “just how [her] brain prefers things.”

Despite having different cleaning habits, Tay noted that she “can’t be mad” at the Twilight actor because, “Taylor just doesn’t really see it, which I’ve learned isn’t him ignoring it.”

Taylor also made sure to note his biggest pet peeve about Tay: toilet paper. “I like the toilet paper hung a certain way — it goes over the top, not under,” he said while the two shared a laugh.

Despite the occasional complaints about their at-home habits, the spouses have been happily married since 2022.

“Tay and I have been together for seven years now, nearly two years of marriage, and we had little bugs about each other that we certainly worked through,” he pointed out, before explaining his and Tay’s latest partnership. “But something that STEM is familiar with are bugs, and we have used [the] STEM [Light Trap] is our house before this partnership. … It is the most simple device. It’s just a sticky cartridge with a UV blue light that you stick into your wall.”

The brand conducted a survey which proved that having insects and other bugs around the house can exacerbate feelings of annoyance between partners. Fifty-two percent of respondents even agreed that they are more likely to feel bugged by their partner while they’re in the presence of bugs in their home.

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