Pillow fights don't count.
A recent survey revealed that couples bicker in the bedroom a whopping 167 times a year. That's nearly half the year, and that's just in the bedroom.
The bedroom is ideally reserved for sleep and sex, so exactly what are couples fighting about in there?
You may think you're a law-abiding American, but I bet you've broken at least one of these local laws.
By Anna Breslaw, Glamour Magazine
Even something as innocuous as getting undressed for bed in front of a man's picture could get you thrown in the slammer in Oxford, Ohio!
I propose a road trip to each of the below locations, breaking laws as we go. It'll be just like Superbad, you guys!
Honey, I've been cheating on you…with money.
Money is often a source of conflict between couples. Toss in the fact that nearly half of people in committed relationships financially cheat on their spouses, and money can downright destroy a relationship.
It just seems so much easier to not cheat.
A 25 year-old Canadian man was jailed last month after he was caught faking his own abduction to hide an affair from his girlfriend. And no surprise—the terrible decision was made after a long night of crack smoking.
You can travel for free, but it'll cost you.
"Are you attractive but don't have the money to travel?" asks new dating site MissTravel.com.
Well, fear not! For now you can hang out with a rich but desperate lothario who will give you a vacation—simply for being hot!
Not quite as fun as speed dating.
Divorce can be traumatizing, so it's no surprise that people want to get it over with as quickly as possible. But because divorce is usually a complicated process, rushing through it can be risky. One certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) has found a way to help people make wise divorce decisions, speedily.
You mean…actual human interaction?!
Me So Far is a new monthly dating event in Chicago where singles present themselves onstage via PowerPoint. Hey, it works for business meetings, why not love?
Another case of love when you least expect it.
Jude Curran and Margaret (Peggy) McBride were neighbors in Kilkenny, a town in Ireland, for nearly two decades before they began dating, just over a year ago. Then, in March, the two decided to tie the knot.
Their romance started with a spark—literally. Peggy's house caught fire over a year ago, and that's when she and Jude became close.