Who knows is right! I know I don't. lol
Thank you for MHO.
What a sweet story. Thanks for sharing.
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The ample majority it is! We are coming down to the wire and the Coach is running out of questions to ask! LOL
As Carrie says... "But first give me a kiss, and make it a good one, cause it's the laaast single girl kiss."https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RCKjUk3z6M
I have to admit I used to love that show! LOL
No shame in that. Great show.
I now have the tune in my head... ba ba bah ba ba... bahhhhh bahhhhh ba ba... ba ba ba... Ha
i know. All those years, and still the pink tutu opening.
I am not disagreeing with you but many people stay together out of loyalty and in death do us part. I am not sure I would correlate every couple who has chosen to stay together still "IN LOVE." Not to say some aren't... but generally speaking I think the study is correct. I think mother nature has one job and that is to procreate. She could give a shit about whether or not the two people she is putting together stays together. The divorce rate will prove that out although millennials are staying married and making everyone else look bad!
I think the "love" itself changes over the years from mad, passionate love to care about, still don't want to live without love. No, it doesn't always happen, but it does happen.We don't "All" win the lottery but doesn't mean it doesn't happen. If I didn't still love my husband, it wouldn't of hurt so much to watch him get sick and become less and less of himself till the died. It wouldn't 'still hurt" 6 years later. The"problem" is people are letting society dictate how they should treat their spouse or a woman or a man. And young people are very influenced by social media which is affecting/ruining relationships Look at the older couples. That's where the love is because they are doing their relationship their way not society's way.
yes the older couples for sure! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkvE25_gyos
We're agreeing again? 🤣 lolSome of those "studies" only poll a % of people. I used to do statistical surveys for a living, the demographics they use to determine eligible participants is sometimes flawed like everything else in this "great" world of ours. lol I personally don't take much stock to those studies 🤷 I just go by what I see and experience and see if others around me. Do I think it's going to come to that point.It might the more people don't get the meaning of love, hell the meaning of life.🤷
These studies are the real deal ha ha ha... you don't really think i care about some study? I just trying to find something interesting to ask here on GAG. If you haven't figured it out.. . I am a content creator not a legitimate dude in need of advice lol
Yes I get it. But everyone young and old can always learn something new lol
Ha Ha Ha Yes they can... I agree! ding ding ding whooo hooooo
😂😂 oh and raging Grandpa lmaoI'm really feeling Grandma old today "my baby" turned 21 yesterday. Her older sister took her to strip club. Lol Guess I raised em right lmao
Very nice lol
lol and no, before you ask, I'm not drinking lmao
I was just typing it out lol
aha ha ha what I figured lol
So it's a no based off that one couple? Okay
... its a no based on the endless evidence against it.
Good to know and congrats that is awesome!
So you can put your creepy cult of monogamous touch on them? lol
@coachTanthony. Is being monogamous thought of as creepy now?
@Eagle_93 It's a joke between the two of us. But to answer your question... no lol
@coachTanthony. Oh haha. Ok thanks for the response.
I couldn't agree more.
Well good for them... thats awesome.
The studies were not about limerence.
You mean your parents have been in love for over 35 years? People can choose to stay together out of loyalty.
Good point. I don't know if they're still in love. Seems like they are but I never asked
Coach thank u.
Do you believe the 7 year itch is a real thing?
Yes, i do. I had it. Just just have to switch it up. Keep it interesting
I agree... some people see a new relationship as a way to feel that love again and some choose to see their partner with new eyes making that relationship even better.
Well at this point, its at 20yrs nowBut 4 days ago i found out some junk.
Lol cute. Im sorry tmi
That is part of it yes.
I am pretty sure it's correct. Now not saying there are many that beat those odds but there are many that don't.
So you believe it lasts longer?
My grandparents were in love when they dated, through marriage till the day my grandfather died and even then my grandmother never stopped loving him, she never dated after he passed and never looked another man the same way she did him and even now she still wears her wedding ring. My family is full of examples like that that prove that very statement wrong.
So the 7 year itch isn't real? It's all a hoax?
Thats wonderful that you have that family legacy. Thats loyalty.
@WarningWarning Won't be much of a legacy if I don't have kids, otherwise my family name dies with me.
Git er dun!!!
I am joking. You will.
@WarningWarning Been trying for the better part of 8+ years, no luck, beginning to wonder if I ever will.
Yes you will.
@WarningWarning I hope so.
You are a cutie pie
Fair enough man... thanks for the comments!
@WarningWarning Lol thank you.Coach, yup.
The bigger the better?