When was the last time you kissed your spouse? A new survey revealed that nearly one in five married couples go without kissing for as long as one week at a time. And when they do finally lock lips, it will last no longer than five seconds for 40 percent of them. How you could go an entire week without kissing your spouse is mind boggling. If you do not count a ‘goodnight or good morning’ peck, when was the last time you actually locked lips?
These stats seem hard to believe! Five percent of those age 45 and up squeeze in more than 30 kisses per week, which averages out to just over four per day. So, not counting a presumed “good morning” and “good night” kiss, that leaves two others. Even younger couples age 18 to 24 — not necessarily married — make some time for romance, with an average of 11 kisses per week, or less than two per day.
How often do you and your spouse kiss?
Info courtesy of Positive Prep LLC