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When Do Married Couples Stop Kissing?

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If you’ve been married for multiple years, you may have noticed the amount of kissing in the relationship is on the decline.  But don’t worry, you’re not alone!  A recent survey has come up with an exact age when married couples stop kissing on a regular basis.  And what age group of married couples kiss the most?  But if you want to avoid becoming a statistic, go home and kiss your spouse, no excuses!


A new survey from The Telegraph wanted to know the age when married couples stop kissing each other on a regular basis. And the answer is, 45 years old.

At least one out of five go more than a week between kisses. But when they do kiss, it generally lasts under five seconds.  Just a little peck on the lips and that’s it.  Come on, go for the tonsil hockey!

So, who kisses the most?  Married couples between ages 18 and 25 kiss do, kissing about twice a day and most of those kisses last longer than five seconds.

However, there is some good news, so don’t give up hope just yet!  The survey did find that 5% of couples over 45 kiss more than 30 times a week.  Get it girl!

You can read the entire article here.

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