The seven-year itch has become the three-year anaphylaxis, according to a survey mentioned at CBSNews Healthwatch.
This is where it gets ugly:
The survey of 2,000 adults in steady relationships – commissioned by Warner Brothers to promote the release of its new comedy, “Hall Pass” – showed that couples spend less time in the bedroom as they become more annoyed with each other. Fifty-two percent of couples in new relationships reported having sex at least three times a week, as compared to 16 percent of those whose relationships were at least three years old. . . . it’s perfectly normal to think about straying as relationships evolve.
Since when does Warner Brothers conduct a survey that’s deemed relevant to a “health issue”?
When marketing a movie about a marriage-free week, of course.
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