A Survey Figures Out the Age When Married Couples Stop Kissing
Here’s a reminder to give your husband or wife a kiss tonight. Just do it. You don’t want to become a statistic.
A new survey out of the U.K. tried to figure out the age when married couples basically stop kissing each other on a regular basis. And the answer is . . . AGE 45.
By 45, the majority of married couples don’t kiss very often . . . and at least one out of five go more than a week between kisses. When they do kiss, it generally lasts under five seconds.
Married couples between ages 18 and 25 kiss the most . . . they kiss about twice a day and most of those kisses last longer than five seconds.
For what it’s worth, age 45 doesn’t definitively mean you’re done kissing. The survey DID find that 5% of couples over 45 kiss more than 30 times a week.