My girlfriend and I figured out that we’ve said “I love you” to each other about 45,000 times so far.

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  1. My parents told me about a game they recently played at a party, in which couples were separated and asked a series of questions.  Then the couples were brought back together and their answers were compared (sort of like the Newlywed Game).  One of the questions was: When was the last time you said “I love you” to one another.   One of the couples, who had been married for 15 years, both answered that they last said “I love you” on their wedding day! 

  2. By the way, I enjoyed the kissing article you posted.  I read a study a few weeks ago which found that couples who have been together for more than 10 years, and still felt passionatetly for one another, kiss deeply for at least 10 seconds every single day that they’re together. 

  3. As sweet and sentimental as that all is, (and yes, I admit to saying “I love you” quite a bit myself) I want the mad as hell and I’m not going to take it any more blog entries, not the mushy kissy love stuff.

  4. Hehe, that made me smile :o)I’ll RYC in my next blog post… eventually :)I’d say some things here, but I kind of want to think about it more… could be a decent entry. :PHappy Wednesday!

  5. Also… I had no idea you wrote so much! I’m so busy these days I hardly have enough time to write on my own xanga let alone read others’… But I browsed around your sites… very nice. Wish I had more time to read that stuff and less school reading to cram in today…Thanks again for the smiles… 😀

  6. So, that reminded me of something an old repair tech I worked with at Sears once told me, many years ago. He said that, the first year you’re together, you should put a jellybean in a jar every time you [CENSORED]. Then, in subsequent years, you should take a jellybean back out of the jar every time you [CENSORED]. He said you’d spend your whole life trying to empty the damn jar.
    RYC: I only hope they don’t screw things up (as Hollywood usually does). The short story, “Mimsy Where the Borogroves” holds a special place in my heart, which may cause me to forgo seeing the movie (I’ve still never forgiven myself for watching the [supposed] cinematic adaptation of Asimov’s “Nightfall” (he says, wincing in pain)).

  7. Good for you – I hear “I love you” at least 3 times a day and get an IM or email with it at least once a day. I hope I keep up but I know I say it at least 3 times a day and everytime I do – I mean it! I don’t think we are at the level you guys are but we’re getting there:)

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